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post #21 of 33
Well average is always gonna be lower just because it's measuring times when you're at really low load. 97% is probably closer to what you're getting consistently during game. I still stand by replacing the 460 with something on par with what I mentioned earlier.
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post #22 of 33
You should be able to run CS on high, try running 2x msaa and high settings see if your fps is better.
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post #23 of 33
Yeah a 460 should be able to max CS out
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post #24 of 33
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Yes, I can play on max settings, but I don't want to, I only like the 4xMSAA Anti-Aliasing.

Game video settings:


I want to increase my stable fps, I don't want to have drops fps below 100 in some hard action, because when that happens I got texture tearing which I hate on my 75Hz monitor.

So you think that I should change GPU to in example GTX 560ti?, because I don't like mix Intel+AMD, I really like Intel+nVidia.
Edited by majkool - 10/18/12 at 7:15pm
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post #25 of 33
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Yes, I can play on max settings, but I don't want to, I only like the 4xMSAA Anti-Aliasing.
Game video settings:
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I want to increase my stable fps, I don't want to have drops fps below 100 in some hard action, because when that happens I got texture tearing which I hate on my 75Hz monitor.
So you think that I should change GPU to in example GTX 560ti?, because I don't like mix Intel+AMD, I really like Intel+nVidia.

wth.gif

Interesting... If you really want stable high fps you could turn everything on low, including msaa... Honestly, I think you are vram limited from the msaa as I believe you gpu is powerful enough. Have you tried vsync with the screen tearing?

May I ask why you like those settings, as I believe having your settings on high while having msaa at 2x will next better performance AND better graphics. Also, turn on Multicore rendering.
Edited by IBooNI - 10/18/12 at 7:18pm
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post #26 of 33
Mixing intel+amd means or vice versa means nothing, they all play together fine, especially for something like CSGO. 560ti(448) and 660 are in comparable price range if you want nvidia, but IIRC 7850 is one of the best cards at ~200, at least as far as bang/buck.

Anyways, I was only suggesting a card as an upgrade because upgrading your cpu wouldn't net you nearly as much performance increase, and is cheaper than the upgrade you were considering.
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post #27 of 33
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Interesting... If you really want stable high fps you could turn everything on low, including msaa... Honestly, I think you are vram limited from the msaa as I believe you gpu is powerful enough. Have you tried vsync with the screen tearing?
May I ask why you like those settings, as I believe having your settings on high while having msaa at 2x will next better performance AND better graphics. Also, turn on Multicore rendering.

I don't want to disable 4xMSAA Anti-Aliasing because texture will tearing as hell on some place, my eyes hate it, I need to use this settings.
But when I disable it I don't get any increase of stable fps.
I will check but what I know with vsync on crosshair movement will be delayed and I hate it too smile.gif
Maybe my bad was that I installed monitor drivers, maybe I shoould stay with Windows one, I will unninstall and test about texture tearing.

About the settings, I really like it, I don't like too much visual additions.
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Mixing intel+amd means or vice versa means nothing, they all play together fine, especially for something like CSGO. 560ti(448) and 660 are in comparable price range if you want nvidia, but IIRC 7850 is one of the best cards at ~200, at least as far as bang/buck.
Anyways, I was only suggesting a card as an upgrade because upgrading your cpu wouldn't net you nearly as much performance increase, and is cheaper than the upgrade you were considering.

Hmm, I see, so I will strongly think about this GPU, can you send me some link to good one?
Edited by majkool - 10/18/12 at 7:28pm
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post #28 of 33
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I don't want to disable 4xMSAA Anti-Aliasing because texture will tearing as hell on some place, my eyes hate it, I need to use this settings.
But when I disable it I don't get any increase of stable fps.
I will check but what I know with vsync on crosshair movement will be delayed and I hate it too smile.gif
Maybe my bad was that I installed monitor drivers, maybe I shoould stay with Windows one, I will unninstall and test about texture tearing.
About the settings, I really like it, I don't like too much visual additions.

Well at the very least, turn on multicore rendering.
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post #29 of 33
Here is a site that can test your computer to see if its the CPU or GPU that's the problem with your game.


http://www.yougamers.com/games/
     
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post #30 of 33
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Well at the very least, turn on multicore rendering.
Yes, do that.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102998&name=Desktop-Graphics-Cards
^If you want my opinion for best mid-grade card, that is it. There are a couple manufacturers who make a cheaper version, though I am very partial to sapphire.
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