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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

U know that CSGO is heavy CPU game?
My GPU is not even using 50% of power when while playing. Its about optimalization.

I think i found solution.
Drivers 347.25, Changing GPU to MSI-MODE and disabling powermizer in regedit looks like give me some fps boost and my game works smoother. (i need to play for some time,maybe its just placebo. lets see)
post #2032 of 3506
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

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.
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.

im still on 350.12, about year. 150 fps is a good for fps. Better if you can lower the ping to server - it will add lower latency. I play in CoD with 200 fps but it no so different from 144 fps.

So, I want ask someone....on modern platform as z97...disable IntelSpeedStep, TurboBoost and other...- does it take the lag minimise/fps boost? On my z97 ASUS HERO-I7 4790k-GTX970-144hz monitor i cannt see difference.... I see only different mouse movement when my mousepad or mouse need cleaning
Edited by Rty345 - 10/23/15 at 1:44am
post #2033 of 3506
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

U know that CSGO is heavy CPU game?
My GPU is not even using 50% of power when while playing. Its about optimalization.

I think i found solution.
Drivers 347.25, Changing GPU to MSI-MODE and disabling powermizer in regedit looks like give me some fps boost and my game works smoother. (i need to play for some time,maybe its just placebo. lets see)

What you mean under powermizer?
post #2034 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

im still on 350.12, about year. 150 fps is a good for fps. Better if you can lower the ping to server - it will add lower latency. I play in CoD with 200 fps but it no so different from 144
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

im still on 350.12, about year. 150 fps is a good for fps. Better if you can lower the ping to server - it will add lower latency. I play in CoD with 200 fps but it no so different from 144

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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

What you mean under powermizer?

1) I tried 350.12 once, pretty sure it's the GTA V Driver, and my game felt choppy, but I only tested it in one Aim Server. The difference between 150fps & 300fps in CS:GO is extremely noticeable, and I think most would agree with me when I say you need at least ~250fps stable to play CS:GO comfortably.
2) Pretty sure Powermizer is for laptops.
post #2035 of 3506
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post



1) I tried 350.12 once, pretty sure it's the GTA V Driver, and my game felt choppy, but I only tested it in one Aim Server. The difference between 150fps & 300fps in CS:GO is extremely noticeable, and I think most would agree with me when I say you need at least ~250fps stable to play CS:GO comfortably.
2) Pretty sure Powermizer is for laptops.


Aaa,ok) Yeah,in CS GO it can be important.
What about power in OS...Im on win7, make manual unparking and left all by default in BIOS. Doesnt difference
post #2036 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

What you mean under powermizer?

https://play.esea.net/index.php?s=forums&d=topic&id=643733

i think that powermizer do something at PC too. My game is noticeable smoother
Edited by mrlimatic - 10/23/15 at 2:48am
post #2037 of 3506
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

https://play.esea.net/index.php?s=forums&d=topic&id=643733

i think that powermizer do something at PC too. My game is noticeable smoother
You have Powermizer in your registry, on a desktop? A lot of that is basic info, but do not use MVP Virtu.
post #2038 of 3506
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

You have Powermizer in your registry, on a desktop? A lot of that is basic info, but do not use MVP Virtu.

i am not using mvp virtu.
I followed this guide about disabling powermizer : https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/solved-dropouts-cracks-pops-on-windows-7-and-nvidia-gfx-card.126080/
post #2039 of 3506
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

i am not using mvp virtu.
I followed this guide about disabling powermizer : https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/solved-dropouts-cracks-pops-on-windows-7-and-nvidia-gfx-card.126080/
Again, do you have a Laptop?
post #2040 of 3506
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Originally Posted by agsz View Post

Again, do you have a Laptop?

nope
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