Well that GPU is going to have us reduce settings to low and I expect laptops to crash under the load. You can help a little by using the canned air every 1st of the month but this is not a gaming laptop.
You can game but, this is crossposted at http://www.tenforums.com/gaming/26119-csgo-grafik-noise.html#post423790
In short, that's NOT NOISE but a failed video driver. Get back to Asus for their latest video driver and hope it clears it up. DO NOT ACCEPT DRIVERS FROM MICROSOFT BLINDLY.
As this is cross posted, I may not be back on this one.
Recently I upgraded to Windows 10. Just one problem, my CSGO fu**s up. It's some sort of graphics noise. And often the game crashes. And of all the games I have it is the only one doing that. I'm playing in "Fullscreen", but if I set it to "Fullscreen in window" it's not there. I don't play with the optimal FPS when in "Fullscreen in window".
Btw, it worked perfectly on Win7.
It's easiest to see it in a video. >>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3vmptjAf0Q&feature=youtu.be
Intel Core i7-3610QM CPU, 2,30GHz, 64 bit
Nvidia Geforce 610M, 2 GB
Can someone please help me.