How to increase FPS in CS GO?
Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is an extremely popular game among professional and amateur gamers, as well as being the love of many who play it just for leisure. As it is a title focused on competitiveness, many players tend to increase the frames per second (FPS) to improve fluidity and performance in the game.
The higher the competitiveness of the game, the more it is necessary to adjust the settings for each title. In the case of CS:GO, increasing FPS is a very important strategy for amateurs and professionals alike, as these changes can result in a match winning.
If you’re using a machine with the game’s minimum requirements, it’s possible that the FPS changes won’t make much difference. Raising frames per second is best suited for players with devices that have settings above the minimum CS:GO specs.
Many professional gamers use the graphics quality at a minimum.Source: Steam
How to increase FPS in CS:GO
One of the simplest techniques that can help increase the FPS during the game is to close all programs running in the background on the computer or notebook, such as internet browsers, music players, among others.
Changing some basic Steam settings can also help improve FPS: go to the app, click on “Settings”, select “Library” and enable the “Data Saving Mode”, “Low Performance Mode” and “Disable Content” options. of the community”.
Steam “Library” Settings.Source: Steam
Anyway, the biggest difference to increasing the frames per second of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is reducing the graphics quality.
Reduce video settings
To reduce CS:GO video settings, open the game, click “Game Settings”, select “Video” and click “Advanced Video”. Then just change the settings as per the list below.
“Advanced Video” tab with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s default video setting.Source: Steam
- Global Shadow Quality – Very Low;
- Detail of models and textures – Low;
- Texture Flow – Disabled;
- Effects Detail – Bass;
- Shader detail – Low;
- Increase player contrast – Disabled;
- Multicore Rendering – On;
- Multi-Sample Anti-Aliasing – None;
- Anti-aliasing FXAA – Disabled;
- Texture filtering mode – Bilinear;
- Wait for vertical sync – Disabled;
- Motion Blur – Disabled;
- Tri-Monitor Mode – Disabled;
- Use ubershaders – Disabled.