Let’s take a look at some tricks you can start using right now to boost your CSGO FPS by a margin.
Optimized games do give you an edge especially the FPS titles while you’re competing. Imagine using a 240Hz monitor for First-person tactical shooters and they just won’t go past the benchmark, that’s where you notice quite the difference.
Today we will discuss the tweaks which CSGO requires to function at the best performance with a huge threshold of FPS. Though FPS is the only parameter one can tune, others like the Server Variance, Packet losses, Ping Spikes depend upon your system and the network connectivity.
Higher Frames does help CSGO to culminate its performance in a more “Polished manner”. With a higher index of FPS, maps seem to be more coherent with an “In-unison frame- rate”.
Here are the factors to boost your CSGO FPS:
First and foremost, all you got to do is disable Vsync, followed by enabling ‘Multi-core rendering’ Vsync will make your game run in accordance with the refresh rate of your monitor, in short, it puts a cap on the FPS parameter. Enabling Multi-core rendering will unlock all the physical cores available on your processor and would avoid core parking. After these, set other options to the lowest. Make sure you turn off Texture Streaming & anti-aliasing and set texture filtering to bilinear.
Do not forget to disable Laptop power settings and Motion Blur as well.
Best Launch Options in CSGO
Launch options can help you gain a significant boost in your FPS. To edit your launch options, go to your Steam library, click on CSGO, go to properties and click on ‘set launch options’. Here are the launch options which you should enter there:
- > -novid
- > -high
- > -threads “Z”
- > -freq “X”
Legend : Z denotes the number of physical cores on your processor
X denotes the refresh rate of your monitor
Updating GPU Drivers
Make sure you keep your Graphic Card drivers updated from time to time. GeForce Experience enables you to update the same for NVIDIA and Radeon for AMD.
Nvidia Control Panel Settings
Head on to the Nvidia Control Panel and select add. Once you have selected CS:GO, you will be able to change the settings within the window for the same.
- Anisotropic Filtering: OffAntialiasing-Gamma Correction: Off
- Maximum Pre-rendered Frames: 1
- Power Management Mode: Prefer Maximum Performance
- Preferred refresh rate: Highest Available
- Texture Filtering – Anisotropic sample optimization: Off
- Texture Filtering -negative LOD bias: Allow
- Texture Filtering-Quality: High Performance
- Texture Filtering-Trilinear Optimization: Off
- Threaded Optimization: On
- Triple Buffering: Off
- Vertical Sync: Off
AMD Radeon Settings for CS:GO
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