Updating nvidia bios
If you set EVERYTHING to the "High Performance NVIDIA Processor". Just make sure the CSGO nvidia profile is set to "... Just wondering, have you tried to uninstall Nvidia Experience? When you loaded it up it might have reverted everything back over to run off of the Intel chip set.
In that case you would have to go to the Nividia control panel and switch it all back over. I uninstalled Ge Force Experience, changed my in game settings so V-sync is off (and changed it in the Control panel), turned sport mode and high performance mode on, made sure it was using the gpu, and fans on at 100%, still laggy and locked at 60fps (and other games are running much slower than usual).
Besides these UBU "makers" I want to thank especially the Forum members lordkag and Pacman for their efforts to find the newest Option ROM and EFI modules within the BIOSes, which are delivered by the mainboard manufacturers.
All the problems are caused by the AMI MMTool v188.8.131.52:1) OROM and EFI files in the GUID A0327FE0-1FDA-4E5B-905D-B510C45A61D0 are not updated, since MMTool incorrectly replaces files.2) "Error in Replacing File- to update the microcode on X99 Asus, MSI, Gigabyte.
The Volume, where the microcode, fixed by changing the size.3) "File size exceeds the volume size" - is no free space, frequent updating on BIOS ASRock mainboard BIOSes.
According the feedback we got until now the usage of the tool with Desktop mainboard UEFI BIOSes is very safe.
Specs: I7 5700HQ GTX 960m (2gb) 8Gb RAM Just wondering, have you tried to uninstall Nvidia Experience? When you loaded it up it might have reverted everything back over to run off of the Intel chip set.
In that case you would have to go to the Nividia control panel and switch it all back over.
You might of done something that messed up the profile in CSGO.If the problem persists, it’s suggested that you update the driver to the latest version.If you don’t have time, patience or computer skills to update the driver manually, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy.BUT, REMEMBER to unplug your internet connection after downloading the geforce driver and restarting after uninstalling the old geforce driver.Or else windows will automatically reinstall the driver for you.