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I'm using Windows 10 and unfortunately the oldest compatible driver is 20.1, currently I'm using 21.0.
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it's not completely cleaned up (some windows defender stuff lying around still) http://imgur.com/a/98exZ
For WIN services and shedulded tasks spam F5 because theres stuff that doesnt always show up.

Did it lower your DPC ? unchecking all the sys files ?
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Strange issue, ive been trying out windows 10 and before it would automatically set timer resolution to 0.5 when using applications. Now it only goes to 1.0. Anyone know how to get it back to change to 0.5? Mightve been a windows update that changed something
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EDIT: Also, I'd like to mention my thoughts of Windows 7 vs Windows 10 with a comparison. In CSGO Windows 7 I get a solid 299 fps, doesn't flicker, even in smoke. On Windows 10, it flickers between 240 - 299 (drops below 260 in smoke) or roughly 280 for firefights. This is with both systems as optimized as I can currently get them. Windows 7 being almost impossible to get any more tweaked, and Windows 10 has a long way to go.

Came across a post saying that after you boot from Sleep / Hibernate etc,. Windows pings a few IP's and I can't remember what data was collected / sent / retrieved but I think it was to do with your systems information, processor states that type of thing.


I'm starting to learn that Windows (even 7) is riddled with things behind the scenes.


I'm also starting to find an interest in Linux. A friend of mine says it's an absolute God send. Apparently the community works on updates / bug fixing / development / features which in turn makes it more efficient / effective / secure. (I'm not entirely sure about this though.)


I came across a neat lightweight program called "Spybot AntiBeacon" which disables a bunch of elementary data etc,.
Makes the process a little easier / streamlined.

https://i.imgur.com/RiPuxa2.png


On another note, Windows 7 Task Manager. Got it looking very minimal. I wonder if I can make it even more bare bones?




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There are some powershell scripts that disable unnecessary apps and various other stuff. Definitely worth checking out if you are trying to optimize Windows 10. Debloat Windows 10. Another cool program I found is called ServicesSuite, it let's you import/export your services.
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There are some powershell scripts that disable unnecessary apps and various other stuff. Definitely worth checking out if you are trying to optimize Windows 10. Debloat Windows 10. Another cool program I found is called ServicesSuite, it let's you import/export your services.
How do you run those powershell scripts as adminstrator?
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EDIT: Also, I'd like to mention my thoughts of Windows 7 vs Windows 10 with a comparison. In CSGO Windows 7 I get a solid 299 fps, doesn't flicker, even in smoke. On Windows 10, it flickers between 240 - 299 (drops below 260 in smoke) or roughly 280 for firefights. This is with both systems as optimized as I can currently get them. Windows 7 being almost impossible to get any more tweaked, and Windows 10 has a long way to go.

Came across a post saying that after you boot from Sleep / Hibernate etc,. Windows pings a few IP's and I can't remember what data was collected / sent / retrieved but I think it was to do with your systems information, processor states that type of thing.


I'm starting to learn that Windows (even 7) is riddled with things behind the scenes.


I'm also starting to find an interest in Linux. A friend of mine says it's an absolute God send. Apparently the community works on updates / bug fixing / development / features which in turn makes it more efficient / effective / secure. (I'm not entirely sure about this though.)


I came across a neat lightweight program called "Spybot AntiBeacon" which disables a bunch of elementary data etc,.
Makes the process a little easier / streamlined.

https://i.imgur.com/RiPuxa2.png


On another note, Windows 7 Task Manager. Got it looking very minimal. I wonder if I can make it even more bare bones?




I benchmarked on both, Windows 7 I had ~430-450 fps via timedemo benchmark, Windows 10 I had 360-390fps. Disabled all the useless stuff as well. Maybe it was just a bad Windows 10 NVIDIA driver? I think Windows 7 is still better performance wise for CS:GO, at least on my hardware.
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I benchmarked on both, Windows 7 I had ~430-450 fps via timedemo benchmark, Windows 10 I had 360-390fps. Disabled all the useless stuff as well. Maybe it was just a bad Windows 10 NVIDIA driver? I think Windows 7 is still better performance wise for CS:GO, at least on my hardware.

I also still find win 7 better than win 10. Using both
Both passmark and firestrike tests gives me better scores in win 7
    
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How do you run those powershell scripts as adminstrator?
you can run windows powershell ise as admin and just load in the scripts from there
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My watch has ended here.

Finally I could somehow by luck found out what was causing the problem in my system.
I have FX-8350 @Stock and 1600MHz LP Corsair rams along with Asus M5A99FX Pro.

I have always had massive input lag, especially in source games. Now with that fix, maybe it was my rams gone bad (already ordered a new one so I can tell you all if it was them) or maybe it was the memory controller of mainboard somehow.

When I was cleaning my pc from dust, I wanted to take of the second stick and go with single channel ram. As a result, input lag was not gone but got really low. But still it was not enabling me to play games competitively.

Then I tried to troubleshoot settings related to RAM, and after disableng DCT UNGANGED MODE setting in BIOS, voila!

I have no lag now. It is such an historical event for me that I can name that day and celebrate it every year as it took me months to find out what was that.
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