According to your post, I understood the system was working properly until got an overheating issue. I suggest you to run our Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool, the stress test will let us know if processor is working properly or not.
Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool v 188.8.131.52
In regards to maximum share memory, 6th gen processors support up one-half of System Memory (Limited by OS)
For better gaming performance I suggest you to change the settings of CS:GO using Intel recommendations.
Counterstrike: Global Offensive settings
Let me know how it goes.
I passed all the tests. It's not overheating, and also it's a new processor.
I say again in hope you understand.
I was playing before on CPU graphics and i had @ 100 fps on CS:GO, only when i was seeing smokes (ingame) my fps dropped.
And i tried to see if it will work better with my other GPU ( 9500 GT 512mb ) ...but it worked worse than with CPU graphics, so i uninstalled my GPU.
And now when i try to play, i get much lower fps than before. 30 fps ingame menu? When i had even 120? But for other games works well...dunno why.
Is it possible that it didn't "migrate" back to CPU well? Because the settings in bios were the same. I even tried to modify the memory there...but in cpu-z, it shows the same memory....1024.
I'll try with those settings you gaved me, but i don't think they will work.
It didn't work. I had to buy a GPU. Anyway thx for help.
Yea but as i told before...i don't know if you understood.
Before installing my "old" gpu ( meaning nvidia 9500 gt ), i was having @ 100 fps ingame...while playing. And in menu @ 120 fps. I had "trouble" only when i was seeing smoke ingame...meaning my fps dropped to @ 50. And i installed 9500 gt gpu to see if it works the same except dropping fps when i see the smokes, but i wasn't satisfied, and then took out the gpu ( 9500 gt ). Then i saw the game was running worse than before installing the gpu.
Dunno what the problem was...but now after i bought this new gpu...works wonders.
Edit: You can close the topic.