This guide will be focused on improving your FPS using in-game settings and launch options best for everyone.
This is more of a general guide. Everybody should be able to get something out of this guide. If you have any queries, comment below and I will make sure to resolve them as soon as possible.
Our goal is to have an average frame rate of 30 + (your screen refresh rate). So if you have a 60 Hz monitor, you should aim for at least 90 frames. But the more the frames the better.
If you do not know how to input launch options, follow the steps below.
Step 1. Go into your Steam Library and right click on “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive”.
Step 2. Click on properties.
Step 3. Input your desired launch options.
Launch options for better FPS
Follow the Steps Below to input your launch options.
Some of the options everyone should use:-
+fps_max 0 removes the FPS cap that is enabled by default. But if you want a more consistent experience set it as 50+ [average FPS].
-novid will remove the short Valve video clip that plays when CS:GO launches.
–nojoy will remove joystick support from the game, which may free up RAM.
–high It will make the CS:GO process a higher priority.
+mat_disable_fancy_blending 1 it makes textures look less detailed, thus improving FPS
+cl_forcepreload 1 forces CS:GO to preload all models, sounds, and other files when loading up a map, instead of during the gameplay.
–forcenovsync disables VSync which often causes more problems than it solves.
+r_dynamic 0 disables dynamic lighting, which can offer an FPS boost
+mat_queue_mode 2 may offer an FPS improvement, but may also cause FPS issues. So try it out for yourself
In-game settings for more FPS
Try keeping your settings as low as possible for maximum FPS if you don’t care about details. Play around with your settings to find what works best for you. I sometimes record my matches so I like to have some details. Here are my settings.
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