Counter-Strike Global offensive is one of the best shooting games that are currently available on the market. Counter-Strike game was released on November 9, 2009, & its upgraded version, Global Offensive was released on August 21, 2012.
Counter-Strike Global Offensive players were experiencing significant stuttering after the March 4 update. On March 7, CS: Go official Twitter handle states that they are looking into reports of in-game stutters/reduced performance. Devs recommended players to close all apps that use GPU accelerated rendering (while playing), like Google Chrome. Have a look at the official statement down below.
We're continuing to look into reports of in-game stutters/reduced performance. For now, we recommend closing all apps that use GPU accelerated rendering (while playing), like Google Chrome.
— CS:GO (@CSGO) March 6, 2020
Developers have shipped a beta depot for NVIDIA users to address recent Stuttering. Speaking of Beta Depot patches, they usually go live a few days before regular patches. We can expect these changes to arrive on live servers pretty soon.
CS:GO developer, John McDonald took the route of Reddit to address this issue and has said the following :
“We are very confident that this addresses the stuttering behavior that NVIDIA users have been experiencing,” he said on Reddit. “They have been experiencing stutters up to 100 ms in some instances, which makes the game feel terrible.”
“The problem is that we have all been working from home for the last month, and it turns out we don’t have a particularly wide variety of hardware in our home machines so we wanted to make sure that we didn’t break people on some of the hardware we don’t currently have access to.”