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Counter Strike : Global Offensive microstutter in fullscreen windowed/windowed mode.

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Hi, i recently put in my Gigabyte HD 7970 GHz edition and when i started playing CS:GO on my normal config everything maxed settings (Tried with triple/double and no vsync) no differences. I experience micro stutter not 100% sure but here is a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzr08lZ9JkU&list=UUqqjWlo22EPunjMVux6rUSg&index=1 video is really shaky sorry. But yeah i tried limiting the fps to 60, 120, 250. Nothing worked it sometimes fixes it when i restart it a couple times it runs fine. But other than that its normally micro stuttering an sloppy. Any help is appreciated! biggrin.gif:D:D
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Hi, i recently put in my Gigabyte HD 7970 GHz edition and when i started playing CS:GO on my normal config everything maxed settings (Tried with triple/double and no vsync) no differences. I experience micro stutter not 100% sure but here is a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzr08lZ9JkU&list=UUqqjWlo22EPunjMVux6rUSg&index=1 video is really shaky sorry. But yeah i tried limiting the fps to 60, 120, 250. Nothing worked it sometimes fixes it when i restart it a couple times it runs fine. But other than that its normally micro stuttering an sloppy. Any help is appreciated! biggrin.gif:D:D

It's not the card or any of your hardware. It's a problem with GO.
I am having the same issue, so are about 6 people I play with, mind you some of them have nVidia cards, and some have AMD cpu's ect. Also if you do a search on the forums, many people are experiencing this after the Arms Deal update. Valve just screwed the game up a lot.
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