- Open the Run dialog box by pressing Windows Key+R on your keyboard.
- In the Run dialog box, type “control” (no quotes), then press Enter. This will open the Control Panel.
- Click the drop-down list beside the View By option, then select Large Icons.
- Select AMD Radeon Settings.
- Go to Gaming, then select Global Settings.
- Modify the settings according to the details below:
Anti-aliasing Mode: Use application settings
Anti-aliasing Method: Multisampling
Morphological Filtering: Off
Anisotropic Filtering Mode: Use application settings
Texture Filtering Quality: Performance
Surface Format Optimization: On
Wait for Vertical Refresh: Off, unless application specified
OpenGL Triple Buffering: Off
Shader Cache: AMD optimized
Tessellation Mode: AMD optimized
Frame Rate Target Control: 150 FPS
Try running CS: GO, then check if the FPS has improved.