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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-02-2020, 01:15 PM - Thread Starter
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CSGO feels unsmooth at high fps

Hey guys, i need help...
my game feels like crap even tho im at high fps ( usually +200) and 144hz...

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This goes against what a lot of CS gamers believe but ideally you want your FPS to be less than or equal to your refresh rate. If you can cap the FPS at 143-144 FPS it should feel smoother. You may also want to try using triple buffered v-sync which is the correct v-sync mode for high FPS like this IIRC.

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Not in csgo, dont ask me why but higher fps in this game reduces ur input lag... theres a clear difference from 100 to 200 to 300 fps on ur mouse movement
Ive tested it and other people too and its worst if u cap it at 144fps
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Quote: Originally Posted by crankzt View Post
Not in csgo, dont ask me why but higher fps in this game reduces ur input lag... theres a clear difference from 100 to 200 to 300 fps on ur mouse movement
Ive tested it and other people too and its worst if u cap it at 144fps
"Don't ask me why"...

There is always lower input with higher FPS but CS gamers often don't understand how this relates to the limitations of their monitor. Going above the refresh rate can sometimes cause other syncing issues that will be worse than the difference in input lag alone.

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Quote: Originally Posted by UltraMega View Post
"Don't ask me why"...

There is always lower input with higher FPS but CS gamers often don't understand how this relates to the limitations of their monitor. Going above the refresh rate can sometimes cause other syncing issues that will be worse than the difference in input lag alone.
The thing is that ive played on other pcs and screens and even the same screen on other pc and it doesnt feel like this... so im pretty sure its something wrong with mine... and ive updated hardware... the only thing ive kept is the gpu,psu and case...
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the effect of "smoothness" in CS:GO when your frame rate is independent of the refresh rate has been tested to death, there is a difference between 144fps at 144hz and fps_0 at 144hz, lol.

nobody worth listening to says to cap your in-game FPS to your refresh rate. the same applies to basically any other game too just very few of them can run well over 200 FPS consistently for it to be noticeable.

OP: gotta give us more than it just "feels unsmooth." was it fine before?

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The mouse feels heavy, shooting causes stutter, same thing with opening angles.
Theres some times when its not so obvious, specially when i reinstall my windows or nvidia driver but it ends coming back
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Put MMCSS back on if you turned it off and put NetworkThrottleIndex back on (10 default 15MBps or (20) 30MBps) if you turned it off.

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