CS GO system requirements: Minimum and recommended video settings

Counter Strike: Global Offensive came out almost 10 years ago, but is still a popular title with a dedicated player base.

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive a.k.a CS: GO came out almost 10 years ago, but is still a popular title with a dedicated player base. The FPS game attracts players with its realism and competitive gunfights, it currently holds the record for the most played game on Steam. To stay competitive, gamers might need to configure their in-game settings for the best performance.

With CS: GO competitive scene at an all-time high, players often compete with an aim to improve their skills and move up the game’s competitive ranking system. CS: GO’s competitive game mode pits two squads to five players against each other, with one team trying to plant a bomb, which the other trying to prevent the bomb from being planted or diffusing it before it goes off. This becomes more complicated when players attempting to assist their teammates get a low frame rate on their systems.

Players who want to start their competitive CS: GO journey will be required to customize their system settings to get a better frame rate and performance. How to configure the settings might vary from player to player depending on the power of the computer they use for the game.

Through customizing their settings, gamers can get higher frame rates that will enable them to play the game more efficiently. This becomes more important for players running SC: GO on low-end PCs.

Recommended video settings for CS: GO

Video Settings

  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 16:9
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Display Mode: Full Screen
  • Laptop Power Savings: Disabled

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Advanced Video Settings

  • Global Shadow Quality: Low
  • Model/Texture Detail: Medium
  • Texture Streaming: Disabled
  • Effect Detail: Low
  • Shader Detail: Low
  • Boost Player Contrast: Enabled
  • Multicore rendering: Enabled
  • Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode: None
  • FXAA Anti-Aliasing: Disabled
  • Texture Filtering Mode: Bilinear
  • Wait For Vertical Sync: Disabled
  • Motion Blur: Disabled
  • Triple-Monitor Mode: Disabled
  • Use Uber Shaders: Disabled

By using these settings, players who have low-end PCs will be able to increase the frame rate and performance to stay competitive in the game.

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