Creating a FPS benchmark in CS:GO
1: Download the Steam Workshop map FPS Benchmark and run it without altering anything. Once it is done, write down your FPS benchmark so you have something to compare it to once we’re done.
2: Once you have run the test, use the map to change your cvar’s to this:
Optimize your CS:GO settings for high FPS
Alright, with the cvars out of the way, we are now going into the things that already should be set up, but just in case we’ll go over it anyway.
Go to settings > Video > Advanced Video
Essentially you want to put everything to low or disabled
Multicore Rendering should be set to enabled though
Texture Filtering Mode needs to be bilinear
Most people have already got their power options sorted, but did you know that most PCs actually has a “Ultimate Performance” power options that’s hidden by default?
To change that, first, check if it is available.
Press the Windows key and search for “Choose a power plan”. It will probably have two options: Balanced and High Performance.
If that is the case, here is how you get the hidden Power plans to show up:
Press the Windows key
Write “cmd” and hit enter
Now copy this command powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61 and right click to paste it into the Command Prompt. Hit enter.
Once again search for “Choose a power plan” and change to ultim
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