Hi guys. Ok so I went from a computer with the following specs:
FX-8320 8-core (running at stock - 3.5ghz)
NVIDIA gtx560ti twin frozr oc
8GB DDr3 (1600mhz cl9)
an old 500gb seagate disk for OS + programs
500w cheap psu
to this "beast" of a computer, and now I experience lower FPS in CS:GO than ever before.. Previously I had 200+fps stable (150+ in deathmatch with 32 players), now I experience 150fps+ stable (100+ in deathmatch with 32 players). Boy what a disappointment:
XFX Radeon HD 7970 3GB (running at 1000MHz GPU clock and 1475MHz memory clock.. OCed in AMD Vision Engine Control CEnterr with Graphics OverDrive).
AMD Catalyst Driver Version, and Driver History:
Newest beta driver (Before: The previous beta driver)
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit - updated.
Low FPS in Counter Strike Global Offensive at 1024x resolution and low settings (AA settings on tho).
Motherboard or System Make & Model:
Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z
Silver Power SP-650W
Display Device(s) and Connection(s) Used:
Samsung 2233RZ 120hz (DVI)
Applications and Games:
CS:GO is the only game I have installed, besides the low FPS in CSGO everything seems normal.
AMD FX-8350 8-core 4.0GHz (Got a stable 4.6GHz overclock) with water cooling.
Motherboard BIOS Version:
Latest BIOS version available from ASUS.
System Memory Type & Amount:
Kingston DDR3 HyperX Beast 16GB (2x8GB 2400MHz CL11. Running at 1600MHz tho)
Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB SSD for OS and main programs/games + 3TB seagate for storage.
Clean Windows install on completely new hardware. All drivers are up to date. No viruses/spyware Etc. No hardware checks have been done tho.
Besides the dissapointing FPS in CS:GO, everything runs as normal - the computer is extremely fast in whatever I do.
What should I do?