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What about laptop savings and fullscreen/windowed mode?

Also, you need to watch your CPU usage when you get the FPS drop. With the CPU usage between 30% to 60%, are you getting 300FPS in game?

No i never get stable 299-300 fps it always varies between 300-200-150 range, which is annoying with this setup i could easily run csgo at 300 fps stable!
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As suggested . . . Turn off Hyperthreading (HT in bios). see if it helps.

Also, please run a synthetic bench - Firestirke - and post a link of your score here.

https://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2683/futuremark-3dmark-2013-v2-0-2067

in case you don't have the paid version.

Post the link.

I will try turning of HT and doing the benchmark and get back to you with the results
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As suggested . . . Turn off Hyperthreading (HT in bios). see if it helps.

Also, please run a synthetic bench - Firestirke - and post a link of your score here.

https://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2683/futuremark-3dmark-2013-v2-0-2067

in case you don't have the paid version.

Post the link.

Sorry for the late reply i have uni exams frown.gif, anyways i couldnt find hyperthreading on the motherboard bios so i did the test without disbaling HT, here is the link http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12417840
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Power savings in the RSC control panel. Set it to high performance or whatever it is. If that fails, try going back to older drivers.
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Can you verify in CSGO that your GPU is not downclocking? It almost sounds like to me your gpu clocks are shifting down during light load. Not sure what driver your using, but if applicable turn off frame pacing,and power efficiency. You also may need to use a 3rd party software to lock gpu clocks. I don't have tahiti gpus so im not sure what all applies to those.
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Sorry for the late reply i have uni exams frown.gif, anyways i couldnt find hyperthreading on the motherboard bios so i did the test without disbaling HT, here is the link http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12417840

You only have one stick of ram? your system is running single channel.
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I don't know what motherboard you have, but look for a setting called EPU power saving mode, it sounds like it could potentially be the cause of your issue.

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You only have one stick of ram? your system is running single channel.

Yes only 1 stick of ram
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I don't know what motherboard you have, but look for a setting called EPU power saving mode, it sounds like it could potentially be the cause of your issue.


There is no such options, i have Gigabyte Z170X
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Can you verify in CSGO that your GPU is not downclocking? It almost sounds like to me your gpu clocks are shifting down during light load. Not sure what driver your using, but if applicable turn off frame pacing,and power efficiency. You also may need to use a 3rd party software to lock gpu clocks. I don't have tahiti gpus so im not sure what all applies to those.

I tried downgrading the gpu driver to old 2013 driver but same problem occurs frown.gif
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