Csgo fps problem

Im playing csgo with very low settings and fps_max 0, with a 4gb ram @2133 megahertz, windows 10 pro OS, msi gtx 1050ti gaming x pentium g4560 and 700 watt psu. I watched youtube videos about csgo fps test that could reach 250+ fps on Dust 2 @ MAX SETTINGS WITH THE SAME BUILD AS MINE and i was disappointed of my fps that is struggling to reach 100 fps even on very low settings. The only app running is csgo and steam. Please help me
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  1. Are you actually plugging the monitor into the video card and not the motherboard?
    have you tried uninstalling the drivers with DDU and then reinstalling them?
    You can use fxaa and that will also improve frames.
    Reply to Mark RM
  2. Well anyway if you have a 60, 120 or even 144hz 250+fps is useless as your screen can only display the amount of its hz so 60 frames for 60Hz for example.

    If you don't wont to use Vsync as you are the kind of person that hates input lag (i have never noticed it) then just keep Vsync off and use a software like Nvidia inspector or afterburner to cap your frames to 59. You will get tearing but that is what your gonna have to put up with.

    On the subject of your current framerate issue i have never seen a computer show fps as 0.

    I recommend:
    -You check your CPU socket pins aren't bent
    -That you reinstall your GPU (try a different PCIE slot if possible)
    -Plug the HDMI into the GPU not the Motherboard
    -Use GURU 3D's Display driver uninstaller to wipe your current drivers
    -Install your new driver 'http://www.nvidia.co.uk/download/driverResults.aspx/129154/en-uk' (you can do custom install so to avoid the install of the 3D drivers or/and Nvidia experience if you prefer)
    -Restart your pc
    -See if there is any improvements?
    -Also FYI enable 'High Performance' power profile.

    Hope this helps
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  3. Mark RM said:
    Are you actually plugging the monitor into the video card and not the motherboard?
    have you tried uninstalling the drivers with DDU and then reinstalling them?
    You can use fxaa and that will also improve frames.


    Wayfall said:
    Well anyway if you have a 60, 120 or even 144hz 250+fps is useless as your screen can only display the amount of its hz so 60 frames for 60Hz for example.

    If you don't wont to use Vsync as you are the kind of person that hates input lag (i have never noticed it) then just keep Vsync off and use a software like Nvidia inspector or afterburner to cap your frames to 59. You will get tearing but that is what your gonna have to put up with.

    On the subject of your current framerate issue i have never seen a computer show fps as 0.

    I recommend:
    -You check your CPU socket pins aren't bent
    -That you reinstall your GPU (try a different PCIE slot if possible)
    -Plug the HDMI into the GPU not the Motherboard
    -Use GURU 3D's Display driver uninstaller to wipe your current drivers
    -Install your new driver 'http://www.nvidia.co.uk/download/driverResults.aspx/129154/en-uk' (you can do customer on not install the 3D drivers or Nvidia experience if you prefer)
    -Restart your pc
    -See if there is any improvements?
    -Also FYI enable 'High Performance' power profile.

    Hope this helps


    Thank you so much for the information and your help!!
    Reply to rogueguy18
  4. yes, the HDMI is attached to the GPU not the Motherboard, but thanks a lot
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  5. rogueguy18 said:
    Mark RM said:
    Are you actually plugging the monitor into the video card and not the motherboard?
    have you tried uninstalling the drivers with DDU and then reinstalling them?
    You can use fxaa and that will also improve frames.


    Wayfall said:
    Well anyway if you have a 60, 120 or even 144hz 250+fps is useless as your screen can only display the amount of its hz so 60 frames for 60Hz for example.

    If you don't wont to use Vsync as you are the kind of person that hates input lag (i have never noticed it) then just keep Vsync off and use a software like Nvidia inspector or afterburner to cap your frames to 59. You will get tearing but that is what your gonna have to put up with.

    On the subject of your current framerate issue i have never seen a computer show fps as 0.

    I recommend:
    -You check your CPU socket pins aren't bent
    -That you reinstall your GPU (try a different PCIE slot if possible)
    -Plug the HDMI into the GPU not the Motherboard
    -Use GURU 3D's Display driver uninstaller to wipe your current drivers
    -Install your new driver 'http://www.nvidia.co.uk/download/driverResults.aspx/129154/en-uk' (you can do customer on not install the 3D drivers or Nvidia experience if you prefer)
    -Restart your pc
    -See if there is any improvements?
    -Also FYI enable 'High Performance' power profile.

    Hope this helps


    Thank you so much for the information and your help!!


    rogueguy18 said:
    yes, the HDMI is attached to the GPU not the Motherboard, but thanks a lot


    Any performances changes? If not i'd RMA it's arse for a replacement.
    Reply to Wayfall
  6. MERGED QUESTION
    Question from chestercabardo123 : "CSGO low fps on G4560 GTX 1050ti 4gb RAM 2133mhz"

    chestercabardo123 said:
    Csgo couldn't even reach 90 fps and custom settings high all, bilinear, off fxaa, off multicore rendering. unlike benchmarks and videos it could reach 200+ fps in differents maps even at max settings with the same specs as mine, gpu drivers are updated and no background apps running except steam. I need you help guys


    Tomatoes said:
    have you tried fps_max 0 ?


    chestercabardo123 said:
    Thank you very much for your help Tomatoes
    Reply to rgd1101
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