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i5 7200u/620HD And Struggling To Get Over 45 FPS in CSGO!

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#1 Toast3dChees3r


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Posted 07 June 2018 - 07:52 AM

I know my laptop is not a gaming laptop by any means however, CSGO and Overwatch are both suppose to be games that can run on my system without much problem.


CSGO on low/medium/high settings runs around 40-50 FPS and remains there for all levels of graphics. The FPS does get north of 100 but only in the menus. I have seen from videos and friends that I should easily be able to get north of 80FPS on low in CSGO on my system. In terms of Overwatch I am playing at 50% render scale, 720p, and all low settings and struggle to get over 35 FPS.


I am getting frustrated as everyone I go to ask for help I am told that yes something seems to be wrong but no one can tell me how to resolve it. The laptop as a whole runs well, I keep it updated from viruses, malware etc, daily. It is growing more and more frustrating as I know my laptop can do more and its seems like something is holding it back during gaming sessions. 


I am not expecting to run any high end games but older games like CSGO should run fine and they are not. I have updated my drivers, adjusted battery performance, have the laptop plugged into the wall and Ethernet. I also make sure it is very cool. 



Any help would be great!




CPU: Intel i5 7200u 2.5hz

GPU: Intel Intergrated 620HD



Screen: 17in 1080p on laptop itself, however I am connected to an external monitor and keyboard at the same resolution.

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#2 Selena3387


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Posted 07 June 2018 - 08:05 AM

Lower game settings, disable AA, enable multicore rendering also close background applications after that you will see a noticeable difference.

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