Valve releases Nvidia patch to fix CS:GO Stuttering Issues

Author

SAMRIDDHA SAHA (Gl1tch_mast3r)

Date

Mar, 30.2020

Some players have been reporting about random game stuttering in all servers, including Valve, FACEIT, and ESEA quite recently. Valve has now released an Nvidia-centric patch for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) addressing stuttering issues. This stuttering impacting NVIDIA users is related to the first time the client renders previously unseen content. Users interested in trying out the Nvidia fixes before March 27 were instructed to download the beta, accessible through the game property menu. 

CS:GO Beta depots allow the game's developers (and users) to test changes not yet available in the Public version of the game. When opting into a Beta depot players will be required to download updated files. The download size will vary based on the number of changes. Please note official Valve-matchmaking is not available in Beta depots.

Here's how you can opt-in and fix the annoying stuttering in CS:GO.

* Open the Steam client and navigate to your LIBRARY.
* Right-click on CS:GO and select 'Properties'.
* Click on the BETAS tab.
* Select the beta you would like to opt into through the drop-down box.
* You will be prompted to restart your client. After restarting, launch CS:GO to play the game with its beta changes.