Increasing FPS in CS: GO

Increasing FPS in CS: GO

Counter-Strike is an eSports discipline, so to be the winner you need to use all the methods to win. To win we need a good team, straight lines and arms and GOOD PERFORMANCE. And in this article you will read how you can increase FPS in CS: GO! 

The main enemy of all FPS.

Those who have weak computers usually google "Increase FPS in cs: go" and find the RAZER GAMEBOOSTER program . Do not use it under any circumstances! It only kills FPS in games, especially CS: GO.

Internet connection

  • One of the most important factors in CS: GO is the transfer rate of packets from client to server and vice versa. TCP Optimizer will help us in setting up the connection.
  • The program does not require installation, it can be launched immediately.
  • After starting the program, you will see 4 checkboxes at the bottom. Click on the checkbox next to " Optimal ", then restart your computer.
  • After rebooting, open this program again, and select the checkbox next to the inscription " Custom ",
  • now you can change the settings yourself. Change the LargeSystemCache value to " default: 0 " and the TcpAckFrequency and TCPNoDelay settings to " enabled: 1 ", and then restart the computer again.

Setting up the graphics card

  • The video card is one of the main components on which the FPS depends.
  • Now we are going to show you how to set up an NVIDIA graphics card .
  • Follow the links as in the screenshot:
  • Next, open the NVIDIA Control Panel , and in the " 3D Settings " list , select " Manage 3D Settings ", select Counter-strike: Global Offensive and specify these settings:
  • Anisotropic filtering: OFF
  • Vertical sync pulse: OFF
  • Background shading: OFF
  • Maximum preframes : 4
  • Streaming optimization: ON (When multiple processors)
  • Power management mode: Maximum performance preferred
  • Smoothing - gamma correction: OFF
  • Smoothing - transparency: OFF
  • Triple buffering: OFF
  • Texture filtering - anisatropic sampling optimization: OFF
  • Texture filtering - quality: High performance
  • Texture filtering - negative deviation LE: Binding
  • Texture filtering - trilinear optimization: OFF

CS: GO setup

 To get started, open the STEAM library , then select " Properties " - " Startup Parameters " and paste these commands into the line:

  • -novid - Removes the negro at the beginning of the game
  • -threads 6 - Allows to use the selected number of cores (in this case 6)
  • -high - Sets CS high priority
  • -freq 60 - Monitor
  • refresh rate -tickrate 128 - Tickrate
  • -dxlevel 81 - DX version
  • -noaafonts - Removes anti-aliasing from fonts
  • -heapsize - Insert the number for your video card
  • 512MB = 393216
  • 1GB = 786432
  • 1.5GB = 1179648
  • 2GB = 1572864
  • 4 GB = 3145728

Next, go to the game, and then to the graphics settings and change the parameters to the same:

  •  Global Shadow Quality — Very Low
  • Model/Texture Detail — Low
  • Effect Detail — Low
  • Shader Detail — Low
  • Multicore Rendering — Enabled
  • Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode - 8x MSAA (Optional)
  • Texture Filtering Mode — Bilinear
  • FXAA Anti-Aliasing — Disabled
  • Wait for Vertical Sync — Disabled
  • Motion Blur — Disabled

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