How to show FPS in CS2?

How to show FPS in CSGO?

Waytosmurf site has dedicated an article to guide you that how can you view FPS in CS2.

  1. First, go to options.
  2. Then click on the game and go to the game tab.
  3. Then enable the developer’s console (~).
  4. After enabling console, press (~) and type “net_graph 1”

Now you can see a box with information indicating your FPS, Net packet loss, Game version, etc. This is how you can enable FPS Viewer / Indicator and this is how you can view your fps.

How to increase fps in CS2?

Steps Underneath will guide you on how you can maximize FPS in CS2.

  1. From the main menu go-to options.
  2. Then click on the video and go to the video tab.
  3. After going to the video tab. You Reduce or Disable the following options to maximize performance in CS2.
  4. The resolution, Shaders, Textures, Motion Blur, Multi-Core rendering, Uber shaders, Water detail.
  5. After Optimizing the following options by your needs, just apply the changes and you will have a noticeable effect on your FPS.

This method will help you in increasing or maximizing your FPS in CS2.

Note: These methods can be followed in the game as well but the following method is preferred to be applied in the main menu and not in-game because it will have less effect on your CPU, GPU, and RAM and will be applied faster. 

Method 2: Power Options.

  1. Go to control panel.
  2. Then change large icons to small icons.
  3. Click on power options.
  4. Then Under Power saver plan click on show additional plans.
  5. Then Select High Performance Plan in the Power Options.

Method 3: Drivers Update.

  1. Go to the desktop and right click on the desktop.
  2. After right clicking on the desktop click on display settings.
  3. After going to display settings, click on advanced display settings.
  4. Then click on display adapter for properties for Display.
  5. Then a pop-up will open, there click on properties on the adaptor tab.
  6. Then go to the Driver tab and click on update driver, then click on search automatically for updated driver software.
  7. Then it will automatically search and update your GPU drivers. 

Or you can manually update the drivers.

Nvidia Users:
AMD Users:
Intel Users:

Method 4: Clean Your Junk Files.

  1. Press Windows + R.
  2. Then Type %temp%
  3. Now a folder will pop open to your screen.
  4. Now Delete all the files in that folder, because they are the unnecessary files in your computer that slows your PC down.
  5. Then press the windows button and type Disk Cleanup.
  6. Now  Select Local Disk (C:) and press OK.
  7. After it is done scanning, select all the options such as recycle bin, temporary files etc. which are useless for you.
  8. Then press OK and click on delete files.
  9. After that it will delete all the junk in your PC and Make it soother to use.

NOTE: Please Select Files or Folders Carefully While Using Disk Cleanup, You can End Up Deleting Some Useful Data.


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