Video Settings Aspect Ratio
Change this to "Normal 4:3" NOTE: You will be at a disadvantage as your field of view is smaller.
I will recommend "1024 x 768" because we all know that the lower the resolution, the higher the FPS as your GPU does not need to work hard to 'order' each and every individual pixels.
Global Shadow Quality
Set it to "Low" because setting it to "Very low" will give you a disadvantage and unless you bought your computer in the year 2000 then the difference will be unnoticeable.
Model / Texture Detail
Enemies further away will appear pixelated if you set it to "Low" so just try different settings and see which one suits you best.
Doesn't affect your FPS much anyways.
Set that to "Low"
Set that to "Low"
I recommend "Enabled" NOTE: Test it yourself.
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode
Set that to "None"
Texture Filtering Mode
Set that to the highest possible setting.
Doesn't affect your FPS much.
Set it to "Disabled"
Wait for Vertical Sync
Set it to "Disabled" because it causes input lag.
♥♥♥♥ screen tearing.
DEAL WITH IT.
DO YOU WANT TO PLAY BETTER OR WHAT?
Set it to "Disabled" because I know you want to do sick flicks.
Find your "cfg" folder which by default is:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo\cfg
Go to your Steam Library Right-Click Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Click on "LOCAL FILES".
Then click "BROWSE LOCAL FILES" Open the "csgo" folder.
Which you will then see the "cfg" folder inside and open that piece of♥♥♥♥♥♥
Now create a text document.
I am sure you are at least capable of doing that and name it "autoexec.
Now open the document and copy and paste this in:
* May crash your game especially cl_forcepreload "1".
But SplashLucas wants your game to crash so he didn't warn his readers.
Go to your Steam Library and right click on "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and choose "Properties" and press "SET LAUNCH OPTIONS.
Removes the annoying♥♥♥♥♥intro when you start the game.
SplashLucas says it allows you to alt+tab faster but he was obviously on ♥♥♥♥ing cannabis that day because it disable D3D9EX which supposedly allows you to alt+tab faster.
But you can still disable it for an FPS boost for ♥♥♥♥♥♥ GPUs.
Doesn't do much on better GPUs.
Set the prioritization level to "High" in Windows.
Basically, allocates more CPU power to that program in layman's terms.
Removes joysticks which supposedly increase FPS.
This is a low violence version of CSGO might help on fps.
Makes the enemy you kill look like a ♥♥♥♥ing pathetic♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
Removes the border.
Helps with alt-tabbing.
If I don't add in any other commands, it just means it doesn't work and SplashLucas is high af.
Unparking Cores Click HERE[www.
com] to download the program.
Get WinRAR and extract the .
zip folder Run the program "UnparkCPU.
exe" Press "Check Status" Let it search through your fat registry filled with porn and viruses Press "Unpark All"
Note: I know delusional ♥♥♥♥ers like you will say "Holy♥♥♥♥♥♥bro.
What if it is a virus?" Well, you stupid delusional idiots can stop worrying about little things like these because many people use it.
You can go waste your time and scan it if you can't trust anyone.
You will probably never get a girlfriend xD
Windows Optimization Do a bunch of research if you don't know whether to disable the service or not.
Disabling Startup Programs
Click on the windows logo and search for "msconfig" and click enter.
Click on the "Services" tab
Check the box in the bottom that says "Hide all Microsoft services"
Now you can play around with it.
As you get more curious and knowledgeable, you can uncheck the "Hide all Microsoft services" and start playing around with that.
But if you are a dumb idiot like 60% of the world.
Note: Setting your boot CPU to the max does not improve your FPS and can instead give you a bluescreen if you are using an Intel core i5 processor.
Razer Cortex You can download Razer Cortex here: Razer Cortex[rzr.
Razer Cortex is a program which optimizes your computer and your games.
There are a lot of settings you can play with but I am currently busy with other things and I am unable to give a in-depth explanation for now.
The interface is pretty user-friendly and you most probably will be able to know how to use it.
If you don't know anything, you can comment your problems below.
nVidia Settings for noobs
Right click on your desktop and it should say "NVIDIA Control Panel" if you have a nVidia Graphic Card.
Click on it.
Now on the left tab under "3D Settings" click on "Adjust image settings with preview" Select the "Use my preference emphasising" and drag the slider all the way to the left and now it should say: "Use my preference emphasising: PREFORMANCE"
Note: Not for idiots
Click on "Use the advanced 3D image settings"
Stare at the left tab for 10 seconds and click on "Manage 3D settings".
Play around with it if you are smart.
The explanation for each and every option will be stated below the options when you slide your mouse over them.
Your Beloved Viruses, Malware, Trojans and Many More Wives
I am pretty sure everyone one of you have a malware because they are everywhere.
In your computer, on the computer chip that your mom placed in your brain so you would not commit suicide and etc.
Unless you are me.
A smart, narcissitic teenager who knows what he is doing.
Then you are fine.
I recommend Malwarebytes.
Still the best anti-virus software.
You can get the permium but I am not here to teach you illegal things.
I am not saying I do it because I am totally 100% legit.
But you know.
THIS IS FOR EDUCATION PURPOSES ONLY! Jokes aside.
Just use Malwarebytes if you are an idiot.
Overclocking CPU, GPU and RAM Overclocking is normally revered thing to do.
Well, at least that was what I thought last month.
Overclocking isn't dangerous or bad for your computer but it is indeed repetitive and tiresome from experience.
Something like trying to jailbreak your iPhone while tons of people tell you it is dangerous but it actually isn't.
I got a brand new computer and decided to overclock my nVidia GTX 960.
Lowest FPS: 120
Average FPS: 160
Highest FPS: 200
Lowest FPS: 170
Average FPS: 200
Highest FPS: 220
I was really impressed with how well the results are so I decided that I should share it with others.
I could make a really long tutorial on how it is done but who knows, maybe people like SplashLucas will send me another copyright strike (Just an excuse to be really lazy) .
So I decided to introduce you a tutorial which is probably going to be a lot better than if I were to make my own.
Note: If you have the same GPU as me, you may not get the same results as we might have different manufacturers.
They are also not consistent with how they make your GPU.
So if you are lucky, you may get one that is slightly better than mine or even slightly worse.
'Overclocking' your Monitor This isn't dangerous despite the name but it will increase the amount of times your monitor can refresh which is obviously essential in CS:GO.
Watch this if you are using a nVidia GPU:
Watch this if you are not using a nVidia GPU:
People who have an nVidia GPU will not have to go through as much ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t when compared with other GPUs so.
nVidia is still the best lol.
I got my monitor to a whopping 77Hz.
Note: Anything with the word "Overclock" is obviously going to reduce the lifespan of the machine you are overclocking.
So think before you do anything.
But overclocking a monitor won't reduce the lifespan that much.
Maybe 1 year? Half a year?
To infinity and beyond... *Buzz Lightyear Reference*
I will update this guide if need be so remember to follow.
Remember to comment and criticise :D
Finally got this guide unbanned after being unrightfully striked with a copyright claim by SplashLucas.
Important Updates and Notices
Patch 1: Removed -processheap after doing some research as it slows down the memory path.
Patch 2: Removed -tickrate 64 because SplashLucas reminded me that the default tickrate is already 64.
64 tick because you can have the competitive feel always :D
Patch 3: Removed -threads as CS:GO will automatically use the maximum amount of threads your computer can support.
Patch 4: Edited the "Overclocking CPU, GPU and RAM" section.
Patch 5: Removed all unnecessary options in the "autoexec.
Patch 6: Removed msconfig's boot cpu max settings and added notes in "Windows Optimization".