Getting a consistent number of FPSs is important in CSGO. There are a few tricks to get it.
The appropriate number of FPS, i.e. frames per second, ensures smooth gameplay for players. Some people who use weaker equipment sometimes cannot fully enjoy the game. However, there are some ways you can increase Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s performance. Most of them are presented below.
The best settings and tricks to increase your FPS
First of all, you need to turn off all programs that run in the background. It very often happens that they partially affect the performance of the computer, and this, in turn, translates into the number of frames in CS: GO. We are talking here especially about web browsers or programs that, for example, are to record the game.
Another effective way is to lower the video settings as low as possible. It is also worth lowering the resolution at the expense of aesthetic quality. Interestingly, even professional players often play on a low resolution, and yet they have really strong computers. As a rule, this is due to their preferences, and not their desire to increase FPS.
The most efficient graphics settings are anisotropic filtering, gamma anti-aliasing correction, triple buffering, and vertical sync turned off. It’s also a great idea to change your graphics card settings in the NVIDIA Control Panel, where you need to:
- Open “3D Settings”.
- Turn off the above-mentioned functions.
- Use the following settings:
People with an AMD GPU should use the following settings:
You can change the power plan to “high performance” in Windows performance settings. You can also turn off the “Xbox game bar” in the game mode settings. There is also an option to add CS: GO to high preferences in “Graphics Settings”. This can raise the game’s FPS a bit.
On this platform, you can also take some steps that will help increase performance in Valve’s FPS. Below are some Steam launch commands to add:
-novid, -no-browser, -nojoy, -freq 240, +snd_use_hrtf 0 i -nohltv
Another step is to enter “Settings”, then the “Library” tab, and select:
- Low bandwidth mode,
- Low performance mode,
- Disable community content.
All of these actions can be really useful in cases where your computer is really outdated and you have a hard time playing smoothly.