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Frequent cs go fps drops on a good build

Whenever I play cs go, I usually get a solid 200-270 fps. But frequently, I drop to 40-90, then back up, every 30 seconds. PLEASE HELP

SPECS
NVIDIA 760 sc
8gb 1866mh
AMD FX 8350
DRIVERS 337.50 BETA(Suposedly help)
LOWEST SETTINGS

Have tried the -threads and -process heap and stuff,
Won't help
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  1. Maybe your cpu is getting hot.

    Blow out the case - especially the fans, coolers and filters. Try again.
  2. I have before. Am using water cooling
    Currently; get fine fps on all other games, I get good fps on this one but the drops and rises are ticking me off. I've tried limiting, but then it just drops.
  3. What power supply make and model?

    What Vcore?

    What case make and model?

    What motherboard make and model?

    Download HWInfo and run Sensors. Post the results - usually 3 screenshots on TinyPic or similar.
  4. Will answer these later. Currently 4:30 pm and can't be asked to run the programs. Will include info later.
  5. What exactly to I take a picture of?
  6. The Sensors readings
  7. lolerbears said:
    I have before. Am using water cooling
    Currently; get fine fps on all other games, I get good fps on this one but the drops and rises are ticking me off. I've tried limiting, but then it just drops.


    Anonymous said:
    What power supply make and model?

    What Vcore?

    What case make and model?

    What motherboard make and model?

    Download HWInfo and run Sensors. Post the results - usually 3 screenshots on TinyPic or similar.


    I got one page, but 3 screenshots

    Case: elite coolermaster haf 431

    Motherboard: GIGABYTE 970A-DS3P
    Chipset AMD 970

    VCore Stock 8350 1.375V

    http://tinypic.com/r/2yo4ytf/8
    http://tinypic.com/r/2yyp9o6/8
    http://tinypic.com/r/2cenrkn/8
  8. Anyone?
  9. 8gb ram
    cpu ok - 1.128-1.32V,38-40C, 1.4-3.9GHz

    PSU - 3.3v at 2.004, no readings for 12v or 5v - REPLACE PSU

    So It looks like your psu isn't working properly. Can you post 3.3v, 5v and 12v readings from your mobo UEFI? just to check

    GPU 1230rpm, 44C, 0.875V, idle.
  10. How exactly could I do that?
  11. Maybe start by letting us know the make and model of the motherboard. Did you get supporting disks with it? It should've had UEFI software with it.
  12. Yeah I have a disc that came with my mobo. And my mobo is made by gigabyte, the GIGABYTE 970A-DS3P as stated before.
  13. The get the uefi software off it and use it to tell me the 12v, 5v and 3.3v readings
  14. The one disc is a utility disc, I'll post a screenshot. I can't seem to find the readings
    http://tinypic.com/r/ljzv5/8
  15. After further looking, I just looked in my BiOS

    3.3v is 3.225
    5v 5.070
    12v 11.880
  16. Best answer
    OK - those readings are better.

    So there's no hardware problems as such.

    It gets down to the settings you're using.
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