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post #2021 of 3611
how we can compare amd drivers vs nvidia drivers in CSGO game?
Is AMD better (lower inputlag) than nvidia's drivers?
post #2022 of 3611
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Originally Posted by AndiWandi View Post

Why should winsat introduce any input lag? It's only benchmarking the system, then creates a file to store the results. Further it may also make changes to the registry, such as disabling slow file caches if your write speed is good enough.
When benchmarking in CS:GO when testing different NVIDIA drivers, my results are worse if I don't run WinSAT. (Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit)
post #2023 of 3611
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

When benchmarking in CS:GO when testing different NVIDIA drivers, my results are worse if I don't run WinSAT. (Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit)

You tested with roach*s recommendations for Nvidia ( 1 frame prerender, thread optimize off and other)? I try default and roach*s, dont understand what is better....its similar
post #2024 of 3611
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

You tested with roach*s recommendations for Nvidia ( 1 frame prerender, thread optimize off and other)? I try default and roach*s, dont understand what is better....its similar
Yes, but Threaded Optimization @ Auto. Not sure how or why, but that yields the highest frame rate with the lowest frame rate variability, compared to On / Off. Ran about 20 tests per setting (Auto / On / Off) too. I really don't know how WinSAT helps in Windows 7, but it seems to do something.
post #2025 of 3611
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

When benchmarking in CS:GO when testing different NVIDIA drivers, my results are worse if I don't run WinSAT. (Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit)

Is this Winsat thing you're talking about is "winsat formal -restart clean" ? Like after updating any drivers, you just run this command afterwards?
post #2026 of 3611
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Originally Posted by rivage View Post

Is this Winsat thing you're talking about is "winsat formal -restart clean" ? Like after updating any drivers, you just run this command afterwards?

Yes. In my opinion, on win 8.1 it help with optimizing soft and hard
post #2027 of 3611
How much input lag (in ms) would using onboard audio in FPS games be adding?
I have a wireless USB headset, and as far as I know there is no way of using those with a dedicated sound card.
I'm trying to work out whether the latency eliminated would justify the costs of a new headset and sound card.

Thank you
post #2028 of 3611
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Originally Posted by Stridezz View Post

How much input lag (in ms) would using onboard audio in FPS games be adding?
I have a wireless USB headset, and as far as I know there is no way of using those with a dedicated sound card.
I'm trying to work out whether the latency eliminated would justify the costs of a new headset and sound card.

Thank you

Audio card will add some lag always. More or lower,so,it doesnt matter what kind of sound card you will use
post #2029 of 3611
anyone tested how bunch of new drivers working on w7 64bit with nvidia 600 series?
I am looking for some fresh one's,old drivers have some performance issues for me (bigger fps drops in CSGO)
post #2030 of 3611
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

anyone tested how bunch of new drivers working on w7 64bit with nvidia 600 series?
I am looking for some fresh one's,old drivers have some performance issues for me (bigger fps drops in CSGO)
Still using 344.11 here, that and 347.09 BETA seem to be the two drivers people approve of on here. I also tested 347.25, which seemed pretty good too.
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Originally Posted by tekwiz99 View Post

does playing CSGO pay your bills? then don't complain having low fps just because you have 600-series card
If he has a 660/670, he shouldn't have any issues in CS:GO. They keep breaking the game, reverting my game to last year, my FPS didn't even drop in a smoke on 1920x1080, but currently it drops to 150~ at the lowest and I have an i7-4790k @ 4.4 GHz + GTX 770 2GB.
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