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CS:GO got these modern kids too spoiled... ninja.gif
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Originally Posted by Trull View Post

CS:GO -> Runs at a playable frame rate on a freaking 2 watt Atom SOC on a tablet at near-HD resolution. Runs at like 300+ fps on mid-range desktops at HD resolutions. Overall flawless game, technically speaking.



Every other game out there (except the obvious ones) -> Struggles to run at playable frame rates on high-end desktop systems many years after its release. Has multiple other technical problems.



Recent AAA example:




CS:GO "poorly optimized", my ass on a bike. bike.gif

30 FPS is playable? 300+ FPS on mid-range Desktop PC's? I really hope you're trolling. The game requires over 200+ FPS stable just to feel smooth, and people with 980 Ti's even get horrible FPS drops in smokes. You shouldn't need NVIDIA GTX Titan's to play CS:GO. From it's debut in 2012, until now, it has gotten worse with nearly every update.
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30 FPS is playable? 300+ FPS on mid-range Desktop PC's? I really hope you're trolling. The game requires over 200+ FPS stable just to feel smooth, and people with 980 Ti's even get horrible FPS drops in smokes. You shouldn't need NVIDIA GTX Titan's to play CS:GO. From it's debut in 2012, until now, it has gotten worse with nearly every update.

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30 FPS is playable? 300+ FPS on mid-range Desktop PC's? I really hope you're trolling. The game requires over 200+ FPS stable just to feel smooth, and people with 980 Ti's even get horrible FPS drops in smokes. You shouldn't need NVIDIA GTX Titan's to play CS:GO. From it's debut in 2012, until now, it has gotten worse with nearly every update.

if we are talking about fullHD and higher resotutions its true. U need to have 2 graphic cards (minimum gtx970) for ~200fps in SMOKE. Sometimes even 1 card is not enough,even gtx980ti and titans.
if we are talking about lower resolutions, older GPUs are good,but AMD. Nvidia has problem with drivers. I just swapped mine GTX660 when fps drops were to even 120 and now with hd7950 it doesnt drop lower than 200 and game feels better than ever.
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if we are talking about fullHD and higher resotutions its true. U need to have 2 graphic cards (minimum gtx970) for ~200fps in SMOKE. Sometimes even 1 card is not enough,even gtx980ti and titans.
if we are talking about lower resolutions, older GPUs are good,but AMD. Nvidia has problem with drivers. I just swapped mine GTX660 when fps drops were to even 120 and now with hd7950 it doesnt drop lower than 200 and game feels better than ever.

I was meaning to create a CS:GO Survey, to see if AMD GPU users have less issues and smaller FPS drops in smokes. Valve really needs to re-do the smoke grenade particles, but that will never happen. When a smoke pops, my CPU usage goes from ~50%, down to ~25%, and GPU Usage goes from ~20-30%, up to ~99%. I don't know how the coding/engine works exactly, but it seems like the hand-off that occurs is where the issue lies somewhat.
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c216 chipset family usb enhanced host

i have two of those someone disable those things? they make any benefits?
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did some testing on Win32PrioritySeparation set to 26 to let cpu synchronizing all IRQS whats give more beeter latency off every USB


on GPU the most important to set on 20 (LOW)

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did some testing on Win32PrioritySeparation set to 26 to let cpu synchronizing all IRQS whats give more beeter latency off every USB


on GPU the most important to set on 20 (LOW)


Would you like to explain? guide plz
post #2349 of 3438
why is it recommended to disable Multithreading when disabling HPET? What do HPET have in order to be a requirement to have it enabled when using Multhreading?

"If you disable HPET, you most likely do not want to run any virtual cores." -R0ach He's not disabling Multithreading because of Latency but because you're disabling HPET, reasoning? I would think Multithreading is perfectly capable of using TSC to schedule commmands on its virtual cores, and it'd perform even better than with HPET, is there something I'm not seeing?
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Guys, don't install the intel chipset on windows 10, for windows 8.1 it is a must , but install only the driver that comes with your motherboard.

I had weird lag input/lag banding when playing multiplayer games. the FPS was steady which was not that great compare to without the intel chipset or the right version and the MS was like always.

so after uninstalling one by one of the intel chipset 10.1.1.13 I think which was and is the newest the problem was fixed, that's the only thing I did. I did need to reinstall some of the drivers, like Nvidia and the Realtek HD . but I used the same driver and it's not like something was changed since I used this driver. the only thing I did do is not using the intel chipset 10.1.1.13 , I did needed to install the chipset because on my laptop I'm using windows 8.1 Asus G751JT because of the Nvidia screw up with Gsync, so only way to get Gsync enabled is using windows 8.1 with NVidia drivers 347.88 + GameNab Gtools beta 2.

I played Heroes of the Storm and League of Legends and I did not have this problem at all since I did that. no other settings was changed. so don't use the newest intel chipset or not at all in the windows 10. I had other issue with my SolaFlare 6212 10gb server network card, for some reason after I did everything on my windows 10 x64 desktop computer, I saw new settings that I did not have before, like Flow Control Auto Negotiation or Receive Large Offload which is greatly needed for this type of card and which the reason I bought it. After I did all that on the desktop which I needed to uninstall intel chipset completely since version 9.4 to 10.1.1.9 - 10.1.1.7 one by one again and again and scan again for the hardware again, installing every single driver from Creative ZXR , Nvidia, SolarFlare drivers. for some reason after this I had those settings showing in the device manager for the SolarFlare card in the advanced settings. The weird thing is , my friend has the same card , same windows, different chipset Z87 , I have Z77 . and he did have intel chipset installed, I think version 10.1.1.9 and for him we did not uninstall it, we just roll back, and after we installed the drivers and updated things , he did not have the same settings I have. so there must be some weird things after installing the intel chipset or something else.
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