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FPS Drops in CS:GO with new card

Question asked by moon_k on May 14, 2017
Latest reply on May 20, 2017 by moon_k

I upgraded my GPU from a GTX 950 to an RX 570. With my 950, I would get anywhere from 150-200FPS in CSGO, now with the 570 I get anywhere from 50-70. Which wouldn't normally be an issue, but it also feels like it has large stutters.

Here are some of the things I have tried to fix the issue:

  • I have done a clean install of the drivers, removing the old ones completely and choosing the clean install in the AMD driver installer.
  • I have disabled windows 10 Game Mode, Xbox DVR, and The Game bar.
  • Tried different fps_max settings, such as 0, 999, 150, etc.
  • Turned V-sync off and on in CS:GO and the Radeon Settings tool
  • Made sure that AMD chill was off
  • Double checked that Razer Synapse was Uninstalled
  • Removed the Realtek drivers and installed the latest ones
  • Verified the integrity of game files

My specs are:

  • AMD FX 8350
  • Asus ROG Strix 4g Gaming AMD RX570
  • Gigabyte GA-970-A-UD3P AM3+
  • 4x4GB DDR3 Ram
    After all the trouble shooting, it's now bouncing between 70-80, which is an improvement, but there are still frame drops occasionally. Do any of you know something I could try?