GPU Settings 1.1 Update GPU Drivers One thing that can increase your fps significantly is to update your GPU drivers. If you build your computer you most likely know what GPU you have since you picked all the parts. But a lot of people buy their computers pre-built and may not know what GPU model they have. There is an easy way to find out what GPU model you have. Go to windows “Search” and search for “dxdiag”. A window will pop up, press “No” and then go to the “Display” tab where you will find the GPU model name.
Links to the GPU driver downloads page: Nvidia GPU Drivers: AMD GPU Drivers: Intel GPU Drivers: 1.2 Adjust Image Settings With Preview What you want to do here is to drag the slider all the way to the left “Performance” and then hit apply. 1.3 Change Resolution Select your native/default monitor resolution and also the highest refresh rate that your monitor supports. Note: Don’t go higher refresh rate than what your monitor supports. You can make a custom resolution for CSGO. Let’s say you want to play on 1440×1080. Click on “customize” and do it in there(there are a ton of tutorials on this on youtube).
Dec 12, 2017 - Best settings for mac 2017 december for CSGO. My mac used to be. Also in your video settings make sure your resolution is 4:3. It might seem. BEST OBS SETTINGS FOR RECORDING/STREAMING AT 720p or higher. I can play games fine I play CSGO around 100 fps high settings Overwatch Ultra Settings. Video Tab Base Resolution- Your monitors.
When you are done, you will have the 1440×1080 option in CSGO video settings. 1.4 Adjust Desktop Color Settings Increase the “Digital Vibrance” setting. This makes the game look more colorful and also makes it easier to spot enemies which is very important in CSGO. Use a setting that you feel comfortable with. Most of the pro players use anywhere between 70% – 100%.
We at esportsettings.com personally like having it on 100%. Note: (It might take a while to get used to if you have been playing with 50% before). 1.5 Adjust Desktop Size And Position Blackbars or Native resolution: Select “Aspect ratio” scaling option and then perform scaling on “GPU”. Stretched resolution: Select “Full-screen” scaling option and then perform scaling on “GPU”. You also want to select “Override the scaling mode set by games and programs”. 1.6 Manage 3D Settings Now we come to the fun part where we change our 3D settings.
This guide is not about making our game look good. It is about making our game have the absolute best performance and the lowest input lag. These are the settings we want to use for that to happen: Note: For some people “Shader Cache” ON can make their game stutter and vice versa. If for some reason your game stutters or doesn’t feel smooth. Try changing “Maximum pre-rendered frames” to 3 or application controlled and “Shader Cache” to OFF. Windows Settings 2.1 Power Options Go to windows “Search” and type “Power Options”.
In here you want to select the “High Performance” plan. 2.2 Disable Xbox DVR (Windows 10) Xbox DVR lowers the fps in csgo and other games so we want to disable it. Go to windows “Search” and search for “Xbox”.
Open the xbox app. Go to “Settings” and then “Xbox DVR” tab. Disable “Record game clips and screenshots using Game DVR” If you don’t have an Xbox account you can disable Xbox DVR with the “Registry Editor”.
See the link below. Mouse Settings 3.1 Disable Windows Acceleration Windows does have acceleration and this is something we don’t want to have, especially when gaming. Go to windows “Search” and search for “Mouse”. In here you want to click on the “Pointer Options” tab. To disable windows acceleration you need to untick “Enhance pointer precision” as shown in the image below.
Once again go to windows “Search” and search for “Ease of Access Center”, then click on “Make the mouse easier to use”, “Set up Mouse Keys” and drag the “Acceleration” slider all the way to the left, hit apply and ok. MarkC mouse fix disables windows acceleration in the registry so here is a guide on how to do it. Note: If you use raw_input 1 you don’t need MarkC mouse fix but it can be good if you are playing other games that doesn’t have raw_input 1.
Download MarkC mouse fix from here: 2. Go to “Search” and search for “display”, click on “Display Settings”.
Check what screen scaling you have and remember that. Open the MarkC fix folder and pick the right version of windows.
Open and apply the right scaling file that you use. To check the mouse movements. Open up the mouse movement recorder file and move your mouse cursor left and right. If it shows green and white numbers.
You’re all good. 3.2 DPI Settings And Polling Rate When picking DPI settings you don’t want it to be too high because that can cause acceleration due to interpolation which is not good. In CSGO you want to use either 400 or 800 dpi. To change DPI settings, open up your mouse software. If you have a zowie mouse for example, you can change the DPI by pressing the DPI switch underneath.