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hi,my fps in csgo game is between 180 to 220 and all settings are on low,i run 1920*1080 144hz though
my specs:
cpu:Intel Core i5 3570K @ 3.40GHz
ram:8.00GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 686MHz
motherboard:ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. P8H77-V LE (LGA1155
vga:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 4gb

is that fps normal for this pc?and what should i upgrade first to get +200 stable fps

thanks
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  1. There's some room there with the GPU but my question would be: Why? Humans can't see 200 fps and even if they could the best of the best OC'd monitors these days only go to 165hz so there's no way to display that information.
  2. yeticorn said:
    There's some room there with the GPU but my question would be: Why? Humans can't see 200 fps and even if they could the best of the best OC'd monitors these days only go to 165hz so there's no way to display that information.


    the problem is game is not clear because fps is going up and down alot.and in csgo to play average u need at least 150 fps,people play with +300 fps
  3. storm0946 said:
    yeticorn said:
    There's some room there with the GPU but my question would be: Why? Humans can't see 200 fps and even if they could the best of the best OC'd monitors these days only go to 165hz so there's no way to display that information.


    the problem is game is not clear because fps is going up and down alot.and in csgo to play average u need at least 150 fps,people play with +300 fps


    What exactly is meant by "not clear"? What issues are you experiencing?
  4. yeticorn said:
    storm0946 said:
    yeticorn said:
    There's some room there with the GPU but my question would be: Why? Humans can't see 200 fps and even if they could the best of the best OC'd monitors these days only go to 165hz so there's no way to display that information.


    the problem is game is not clear because fps is going up and down alot.and in csgo to play average u need at least 150 fps,people play with +300 fps


    What exactly is meant by "not clear"? What issues are you experiencing?


    game is blurry,and i get around 50 to 70 fps in h1z1 game,i mean the performance seems bad
  5. The idea that you need above 150 fps to play a game is absurd. I understand that CS:GO is a competitive game but it is still played by human eyes. If I remember correctly, the pro scene for that game uses BenQ monitors that max out at 144hz. This means that absolute maximum display-able FPS is 144. Anything above that is wasted.

    To clarify, those frames are only "wasted" when vsync is not turned on. If vsync is on (and it should be) the GPU and monitor are synced in which case the maximum frames produced by the GPU is 144.
  6. From a raw numbers perspective it appears you are getting the best performance you can. What monitor are you using?
  7. storm0946 said:

    ram:8.00GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 686MHz

    thanks


    You meant 1866 mhz? Because if it's really only 686 mhz, that's awfully low, and would be the reason why you don't get more fps.
  8. DRagor said:
    storm0946 said:

    ram:8.00GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 686MHz

    thanks


    You meant 1866 mhz? Because if it's really only 686 mhz, that's awfully low, and would be the reason why you don't get more fps.


    on ram its written 2400mhz
  9. storm0946 said:

    on ram its written 2400mhz


    Well, it does not matter what is written on ram. It DOES matter how bios sees it. With incorrect bios settings even a fastest ram will work slowly.
  10. DRagor said:
    storm0946 said:

    on ram its written 2400mhz


    Well, it does not matter what is written on ram. It DOES matter how bios sees it. With incorrect bios settings even a fastest ram will work slowly.


    http://imgur.com/4JSTYCG
    see this pic and my ram is corsair vengeance pro series 2400mhz
  11. Ok, I'm not familiar with a program you used, but still it looks to me like your RAM is working half speed or even less. A little strange as both the mobo and ram have XMP, but...
    I need to know exact RAM model number. It's something like "CMY16GX3M2A2400C10R". You can find it on chip itself , and on the RAM box probably as well. Second thing, I would like to know the BIOS memory setting. It's under Advanced Mode->AI tweaker->Memory frequency.
  12. CMY16GX3M2A2400C11R is the serial number and about the memory setting i took these two pictures tell me if its not what u want

    http://imgur.com/pQJ8Gg1

    http://imgur.com/mwWCXAr
  13. storm0946 said:
    CMY16GX3M2A2400C11R is the serial number and about the memory setting i took these two pictures tell me if its not what u want

    http://imgur.com/pQJ8Gg1

    http://imgur.com/mwWCXAr


    Okay, thanks for pictures, that'll help.
    First, your CPU is overclocked: first picture, BCLK/PEG set to 103, while normal is 100, also AI overclock tuner set to 'manual'. Next setting CPU/DRAM ration mode set to auto, meaning that RAM is also overclocked by the same factor as CPU (1.03). Check the top of the picture, "Target DRAM speed" showing 1372. That is base RAM speed 1333 times overclocking ratio 1.03 = 1372. And that is the speed your RAM is operating now, while it should be able to run at 2133 (according to mobo manual it's the max allowed). EDIT: actually, aSUS website says it 2133, manual in one page says 1800, 2400 in the other. Little confusing :)

    Now why it runs at 1333x1.03 and not at 2133x1.03? Probably it was unstable at higher speed. Needless to say whoever was setting up your pc didn't made good work.

    As for the solution, I'm no expert here, I'll need to read a bit more before coming up with something. I'll post later.
  14. Disclaimer first: "Changing anything in the BIOS can cause PC to become unstable, or even not boot at all. You do that at your own risk"

    Next thing: while your RAM is definitely running slower then it should, it's hard to say how much impact it has on overall gaming performance. If you are not sure you can handle any problems that can arouse from making changes in BIOS, don't do it. Especially if you do not have secondary device capable of internet access.

    Ok, now to the solution. there's more then one way to do that, so let's start with the easiest one.
    First set the "AI overclock tuner" to "X.M.P." setting. Next, go to "BCLK/PEG" and select "Profile 1" (it may autochange to that after step 1). Save BIOS setting (F10) and reboot. Check Main>Memory frequency, if it's 2400, you are at home. If at 2133, that's probably mobo limit, but still good enough. Anything else, another way may be required to achieve success.
  15. well i did change those options and after the restart pc was running but no screen,had to shut it down and turn it on again and settings were as u recommend but memory was the same(1333),had to change it back to normal to make it work
  16. Best answer
    Strange. Both your mobo and RAM are XMP capable, so that SHOULD work. The fact that PC would not boot after turning XMP on is a sign of hardware problem, either RAM or mobo is not working 100% ok.

    Btw, there was another similar post on csgo running low fps. The solution was to enter game audio settings and switch from 5.1 to stereo. You may try that as well and see if it helps.
  17. alright thanks alot man
    gonna take it to a shop and let them check the hardwares
  18. one last question,im almost sure that one of my rams is not working properly
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 1 x 8GB DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz PC4 21300 C16 Memory Kit - Red | CMK8GX4M1A2666C16R
    is this ram compatible with my pc if i want to buy it?
  19. storm0946 said:
    one last question,im almost sure that one of my rams is not working properly
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 1 x 8GB DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz PC4 21300 C16 Memory Kit - Red | CMK8GX4M1A2666C16R
    is this ram compatible with my pc if i want to buy it?


    Not really. It's 2666 Mhz, while your mobo could not go higher then 2400 Mhz any way. But more importantly, it's not compatible with the RAM you already have. I doubt they would run together at all. Your current RAM is CL11, this one is CL16.
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