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I'm pretty new to CS GO and I was wondering how people double flash so quickly?

bind your mousewheeldown to flash, quick and easy. personally, i would have liked for valve to retain the 1.6 mechanic for double flashing. took me a long while to get used to throwing nades when i switched over to csgo
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

bind your mousewheeldown to flash, quick and easy. personally, i would have liked for valve to retain the 1.6 mechanic for double flashing. took me a long while to get used to throwing nades when i switched over to csgo

Need mwdown for bunnyhop biggrin.gif

I use:

F - Flash
4 - Nade
V - Smoke
C - Decoy
MWUP - Cycle (however should change to moli but i never use the thing.

Double flash works something like this: Nade 1 leaves hand > quick switch for cancel animation (Q) > swap to flash again (F)
Edited by Pwnography - 3/21/14 at 9:40am
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Did you guys read the Tom's hardware thing? I guess their methodology was just flawed then... Linus also said something about it being snake oil referincing to the Tom's article on the WAN show, but can't remember what his view on it was :/ But for now I regard your view as reality, as I have great trust in OCN and am personally clueless when it comes to audio.

I just finished reading it. There are certain things of merit, like for example, where it becomes harder to discern the differences between hardware as they get more expensive. But the thing is, I've had high end boards through the years, with realtek's best to offer, and my sound card always had better sound, in terms of reproduction, and sound stage ( which is important for games, classical, etc ) with the same FLAC tracks. I knew there was a huge difference in moving from crappy Sony headphones in 06 to HD555s but didn't know at the time that there was a pretty decent difference when moving to a sound card ( the X-Fi Fatal1ty at the time ).
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I just finished reading it. There are certain things of merit, like for example, where it becomes harder to discern the differences between hardware as they get more expensive. But the thing is, I've had high end boards through the years, with realtek's best to offer, and my sound card always had better sound, in terms of reproduction, and sound stage ( which is important for games, classical, etc ) with the same FLAC tracks. I knew there was a huge difference in moving from crappy Sony headphones in 06 to HD555s but didn't know at the time that there was a pretty decent difference when moving to a sound card ( the X-Fi Fatal1ty at the time ).

My experience with high end audio gear is that when comparing 2 sets its not so much "I know this is A and this is B (unless you know the sound sigs of the devices beforehand)" but rather "oh ive never heard that bit before (maybe a background note or instrument)"
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I just finished reading it. There are certain things of merit, like for example, where it becomes harder to discern the differences between hardware as they get more expensive. But the thing is, I've had high end boards through the years, with realtek's best to offer, and my sound card always had better sound, in terms of reproduction, and sound stage ( which is important for games, classical, etc ) with the same FLAC tracks. I knew there was a huge difference in moving from crappy Sony headphones in 06 to HD555s but didn't know at the time that there was a pretty decent difference when moving to a sound card ( the X-Fi Fatal1ty at the time ).

Thank you I appreciate all input smile.gif
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My experience with high end audio gear is that when comparing 2 sets its not so much "I know this is A and this is B (unless you know the sound sigs of the devices beforehand)" but rather "oh ive never heard that bit before (maybe a background note or instrument)"

My thoughts EXACTLY. It's the same thing when I switch between listening to music on IEMs and in my car.
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My experience with high end audio gear is that when comparing 2 sets its not so much "I know this is A and this is B (unless you know the sound sigs of the devices beforehand)" but rather "oh ive never heard that bit before (maybe a background note or instrument)"

I concur 100%

As someone who dabbled in the competitive scene in 1.6, I too looked into the whole, sound card vs onboard; headphones vs headset dilemma. it was always a concern of $ vs performance gained.

my first was the razer carachias (sp?) and onboard realtek. yes, they work, yes if you're a casual fps gamer they are completely valid as an option away from speaker play. However, when i took the next step to up my budget and really research, the difference was night and day. I'm currently on a sound blaster z + akg q701 and the difference in sound positioning, and sound quality is unbelievable. I am being honest when I say I can literally close my eyes and have teammates run circles around me and I can trace their every movement with my crosshair as if I can see them.

This helps tremendously if you're looking to step up to a more dedicated "gaming" set.
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dust 2
Ignored him until the last seconds of the game, where I called him out for it. I wouldn't say my teammates ignored him though.
ya i was on nuke an had a smuf that was not that good bc he was dieing to novas. but talked **** to us all. untill i just said screw it an killed him. an bc the game is stupid i get kicked for tk.... but i didnt care bc i didnt have to hear him talk ****..
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Every more reason as to why I just leave voice chat off smile.gif
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Every more reason as to why I just leave voice chat off smile.gif
ya i usally use ts an play with friends but i cant stand playing with the ppl i did play with bc one friend will not shut his mouth an goofs off. an i wanna start playing to get good an maybe one day pro but i will not hold my breath.
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