Originally Posted by r31ncarnat3d
Don't know of anyone on here who does these things regularly. Some things you can do to help us though:
1. Download this
and post screenshots of the CPU and Memory tabs
2. Download this
and post screenshots of it after half an hour of gaming. If you're playing full screen, you'll have to alt-tab out and take a screenshot as quickly as you can.
3. Download this
and take a screenshot of your Graphics Card and Sensors tabs. For sensor, it's also best that you do so after half an hour of gaming as described above.
These three things should provide everyone with necessary info to eliminate most common problems (driver conflicts, bad cooling, bottlenecks, throttling, etc)
OK i will get this done tomorrow and post results.
Originally Posted by rockgod213
First step would be to make sure all the bios settings are correct. Chances are some kind of power saving mode is enabled. In addition, can you provide us with a picture of the inside of the rig? Also, not even being able to open up your own computer you paid 5 grand for is completely ridiculous. I would give them a piece of my mind after shelling out that kind of money.
I cannot give you a picture of inside sir, it will void my warranty
Originally Posted by Cyrious
Damnit, didn't wanna post that just yet.
download and run the latest version of open hardware monitor.
Up near the top, open the sub menu "View" and select show plot
once this has been done, i need you to select the following among the values on the list:
-CPU Core speed (all of them)
-Total CPU load
-Generic Memory Load
-GPU 1 Core Clocks
-GPU 1 Core Load
Once you have selected these and the plot is recording the data, go play CS:GO for a bout 20-30 minutes. After that is done, select the Plot window by clicking on it. Once done, right click and move to time window. Click on the 45 minute option. The time range for the charts should adjust accordingly. If the data is not in "Stacked Axes" mode, right click again and click on Stacked Axes so that there is a check mark next to it.
Once all of this is done, fullscreen the plot window then make a screenshot of it (click on window to select, then ctrl + alt + printscreen (which is between F12 and scroll lock). Open Paint, then press ctrl + V to paste it into paint. Save it to wherever you want). Once the screenshot has been taken, post said screenshot here so we can take a look at it.
OK sir, I will get this done tomorrow and post results.
Originally Posted by Bit_reaper
Is CS:GO the only game you are getting bad performance in? How about running some other benchmarks and getting the results back to us. Unigine heaven or Catzilla would do nicely.
Also go over your CS:GO settings and see if you have mutli-core rendering enabled.
How much AA are you running?
Are you running the game in full screen?
Have you checked that SLI is enabled in the nvidia control panel?
CSGO is the only game I play man, i dont have any other games to test. i will look into this Unigine heaven or Catzilla and post results tomorrow for you.
yes multi core is enabled.
I dont use any AA at all, I dont like it.
Yes i run the game full screen at 1280*960
yes I have checked that SLI is enabled, the nvidia control panel says it is.