Random fps drops while gaming

  Ps1d3r 17:45 19 Apr 15
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Hi there

About 1 month ago i started having random fps drops on CS GO for no apparent reason, from a normal 150/170 goes to 30/40/50 for a few seconds and goes back to normal. I didn´t change any settings before this happened (on cs go or on the gfx) I've searched for solutions online, tried a lot of things with no results. I had the previous gfx driver version, but i already updated, and the problem is still there.

Today i did a 15 minute stress test with FurMark and with CPUID HWMonitor open to log the results, but I'm no expert, and can't really tell if the results are acceptable.

[b]My PC specs:[/b]

Cooler Master Elite Power 500W Asus B75M-PLUS Msi Geforce GTX650 Over Clock Edition 2GB GDDR5 Kingston DDR3 HyperX FURY Black 4GBx2 1600MHz Intel Core i3 - 3240 3.4GHz Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 64MB SATAIII Benq LED GL2460HM FullHD 2ms (24") 1920x1080

Windows 7 Home Premium X64

I have 2x 120 fan on the side of the PC case which i only activate when gaming (i installed 2 on/off switches on the front), i did not activate them for the stress test.

[b]FurMark log:[/b] [url]click here HWMonitor log:[/b] [url]click here HWMonitor print screens:[/b]

[url][click here]3 card global settings:[/b]

[url][click here]4 card cs go settings:[/b]

[url][click here]5 game cs go settings:[/b]

[url][click here]6 HWMonitor print screens after i played CS GO on Deathmatch server for 30/40 minutes:[/b]

[url][click here]7 don't know what else i can post here that might be relevant...

Thanks in advance for any help

[b]CPUID [b]CPUID [url]http://i.imgur.com/nFJ6KxA.png[/url] [url]http://i.imgur.com/R1Ieup0.png[/url]

[b]Graphics [url]http://i.imgur.com/e0uaGwv.jpg[/url]

[b]Graphics [url]http://i.imgur.com/xtNPG9d.jpg[/url]

[b]In [b]CPUID [url]http://i.imgur.com/XQ211LK.png[/url]

I

  Ps1d3r 17:48 19 Apr 15

I'm sorry, but i copied my post from some other forum and here it's broken and i can't edit it...

  Ps1d3r 17:54 19 Apr 15

Hi there

About 1 month ago i started having random fps drops on CS GO for no apparent reason, from a normal 150/170 goes to 30/40/50 for a few seconds and goes back to normal. I didn´t change any settings before this happened (on cs go or on the gfx) I've searched for solutions online, tried a lot of things with no results. I had the previous gfx driver version, but i already updated, and the problem is still there.

Today i did a 15 minute stress test with FurMark and with CPUID HWMonitor open to log the results, but I'm no expert, and can't really tell if the results are acceptable.

My PC specs:

Cooler Master Elite Power 500W

Asus B75M-PLUS

Msi Geforce GTX650 Over Clock Edition 2GB GDDR5

Kingston DDR3 HyperX FURY Black 4GBx2 1600MHz

Intel Core i3 - 3240 3.4GHz

Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 64MB SATAIII

Benq LED GL2460HM FullHD 2ms (24") 1920x1080

Windows 7 Home Premium X64

I have 2x 120 fan on the side of the PC case which i only activate when gaming (i installed 2 on/off switches on the front), i did not activate them for the stress test.

FurMark log: click here HWMonitor log: click here HWMonitor print screens:

click here card global settings:

click here card cs go settings:

click here game cs go settings:

click here HWMonitor print screens after i played CS GO on Deathmatch server for 30/40 minutes:

click here don't know what else i can post here that might be relevant...

Thanks in advance for any help

CPUID CPUID http://i.imgur.com/nFJ6KxA.png

http://i.imgur.com/R1Ieup0.png

Graphics http://i.imgur.com/e0uaGwv.jpg

Graphics http://i.imgur.com/xtNPG9d.jpg

In CPUID http://i.imgur.com/XQ211LK.png

I

  Ps1d3r 17:56 19 Apr 15

It's useless, the post comes out broken

  rdave13 18:11 19 Apr 15

Not a gamer so don't laugh. Counter Strike an online game? Could be your connection not streaming fast enough?

  Ps1d3r 18:24 19 Apr 15

Yes it's online game, but it's performance issue, not internet

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