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fps issue i think cpu issue or bottleneck

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hi guys

ive been having this issue for too damn long with no full explanation why exactly neither a cause....

ive been playing csgo for around 2 years and a couple of months ago i started to have a massive fps drop while ingame, normal and smooth gaming for csgo and ideal fps should be 300 stable or doesnt drop below 250 then u start having stuttering and lag. anyways so recently i launch the game and its 230 and drops lower to 90 or 80 if heavy action, any idea what is going on ??
i had 2 pc with same problem,

old setup: amd fx8320, 8gb ram, gigabyte GA990FXA-UD3, nvidia zotac gtx560ti and also with upgrade to evga gtx760SC, 500HDD, 650W psu.

current setup: amd fx6300, 8gb ram, 550W psu, nvidia gtx650ti, 500HDD, ASUS M5A78L-M USB3

i have dont plenty of tests on OCCT and other programs, first its not temperature as even when i wake up and turn it on its still the same, from occt result i see a slight drop in the cpu clock speed, from 3.5 drops to 2.6 or 2.7 for a second then back to normal same as fps,

could it be bottleneck ?? because i have tested everything. motherboard, ram, psu i cant think of a good reason... help please
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Look´s like a driver/gpu problem with the gtx650ti GPU, or a lack of GPU processing power in heavy "game loads".

CS GO engine is not that heavy. Quite weird. Also 90fps is not a problem at all.

So your OLD setup had FX-8320 + GA990FXA-UD3 + GTX760-SC and the new setup have FX-6300 + M5A78L-M USB3 + GTX650 ti ?


Going backwards ?

Also, check your GPU load in the game GPUz or HW Info64. The GPU should be near 100% load at all times during game play.

If the GPU is near 100% during game play, is not a CPU bottleneck. Looks like your GPU is a little weak.

Edited by jclafi - 1/24/16 at 5:09pm
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Haha no but old setup was my original. Current is my brothers pc. I havnt tested gpu as I had exactly same issue with 3 different graphics cards all nvidia gtx. The 560ti, 760SC and 560ti. Can it still be the graphics card ?
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