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Having high choke will have massively affected your game. I was having a bit of an issue with >30% choke on a deathmatch server at one point, probably due to the huge amount of players on that specific server. What I had there was people stuttering and surfing around, and it really screws with the hitreg so I just upped my rate and it was fine from then on. Ideally if you're on 128 tick you want >128FPS on both your client and the server with your rates on 128 too. Don't know a huge amount about the netcode, but from what I've read as long as everything is updating at the same rate per second then it'll be fine. Interp is a different ballgame, but usually the best option with that is to go with 0 and then change the ratio depending on the server/match you're playing. I can get away with it really low when I play against friends because they have stable connections and have their rates set correctly, in a community deathmatch server it might not be the case.

I personally play with a tiny crosshair, some people prefer a gap, I prefer to not have one.
I have the same problem, it's the thought that you didn't open it, but you could have got something really nice that makes me open them. It's the same sense of curiosity that you have I think. Got a Stattrak USP-S Stainless last night, so not too bad, especially considering that's my favourite skin for that weapon. I don't mind paying to open it if whatever comes out is worth more, obviously that isn't always the case but if it's a cheap item I can always yolobet it on CSGL for a laugh.

This is my yolo bet for the day. (not even that yolo, I knew fnatic would win. tongue.gif)




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Ok, this might sound ridiculous to some of you, but I think I had a revelation. I've been doing research on autoexec's since every decent player seems to have one. I'm currently using a modified version of kiloswiss's from steam forums (may be here too, not sure), anyway, among the most useful information he brought to the table was about the cl_cmdrate and cl_updaterate values. He said these values (or at least one of them), should never be above your framerate, something about packets received per rendered frame something or other. Using this autoexec I was able to use the netgraph, and at my current settings (using v-sync, 60fps cap) I was seeing 5-20% choke, this is with almost 200 hours of gameplay! Per his suggestion I set my framerate at 300fps, and use cl_cmdrate "128" and cl_updaterate "128", 0% choke and it's buttery smooth. I went like 30-10 ish 3 games in a row. I'm only a measly gn1, but I seriously think the choke I was experiencing before was really hindering me. Is it in my head or is that a reasonable assumption?

Oh yea, I also play with a small pink dot crosshair, I think that helped me too.


V-Sync adds input lag, which is just bad for CS:GO if you want a good experience. Also, the reason you were receiving choke, was because you weren't maintaining the tickrate or above. Since you were on V-Sync, you were capped at your monitors refresh rate of 60. You're essentially not updating 6 frames/ticks every second.
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This is my yolo bet for the day. (not even that yolo, I knew fnatic would win. tongue.gif)


Do I see a FT Fire Serpent in there? Not that yolo though, try betting on CEVO matches biggrin.gif
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Do I see a FT Fire Serpent in there? Not that yolo though, try betting on CEVO matches biggrin.gif

You absolutely do see a Fire Serpent there wink.gif. I've sold a few Fire Serpents already from winning them on CSGOLOUNGE bets.

Betting on CEVO matches you say? How about this? (Not as yolo, but 20 bucks)



This is the only CEVO match I've bet on as the rest have been extremely iffy to even bet.
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If you have a working 1440p 96hz+ monitor there should be no reason to upgrade, especially to a 24 inch Full HD monitor

Thanks for your input!

Unfortunately, I impulsively bought the Asus VG248QE hahaha
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This is my yolo bet for the day. (not even that yolo, I knew fnatic would win. tongue.gif)
Nice. I won like $4, which is decent for me, but I should have bet more.
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I haven't done much betting at all, I don't really think that I know the teams well enough
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I haven't done much betting at all, I don't really think that I know the teams well enough

That's probably the attitude more people should have towards betting skins really. There are a few good places to get stats and other info on teams i.e. how they do on certain maps,against certain other teams etc if you want to learn more about it.

http://www.reddit.com/r/csgobetting

http://www.hltv.org/?ref=logo
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Have been messing a bit with my new screen settings.

Anyone have any advice for settings on Asus VG248QE? Got an AMD card so no lightboost I guess for me.
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I haven't done much betting at all, I don't really think that I know the teams well enough
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That's probably the attitude more people should have towards betting skins really. There are a few good places to get stats and other info on teams i.e. how they do on certain maps,against certain other teams etc if you want to learn more about it.

http://www.reddit.com/r/csgobetting

http://www.hltv.org/?ref=logo

That's good advice, checking reddit for each match can give some good tips on which team is playing well. Obviously a team can cause a major upset sometimes, so I'd recommend that you don't bet things you don't want to lose, it'll just end up making you angry if you do. BO3 games are usually easier to bet on to pick a winner, although some BO1 games, if you know the teams and map can be good too. Starladder games can be hard, as I believe they don't show the map right up until the game starts. CEVO games are also difficult, most of the teams seem to be really inconsistent and not all know the maps that well. I'd perhaps suggest you either have a few low value bets just to test the waters, or wait for the next big tournament and start there.
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Have been messing a bit with my new screen settings.

Anyone have any advice for settings on Asus VG248QE? Got an AMD card so no lightboost I guess for me.

Found this review, might be something helpful in there in/around the calibration section.
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That's good advice, checking reddit for each match can give some good tips on which team is playing well. Obviously a team can cause a major upset sometimes, so I'd recommend that you don't bet things you don't want to lose, it'll just end up making you angry if you do. BO3 games are usually easier to bet on to pick a winner, although some BO1 games, if you know the teams and map can be good too. Starladder games can be hard, as I believe they don't show the map right up until the game starts. CEVO games are also difficult, most of the teams seem to be really inconsistent and not all know the maps that well. I'd perhaps suggest you either have a few low value bets just to test the waters, or wait for the next big tournament and start there.
Found this review, might be something helpful in there in/around the calibration section.

Thanks Fusion, the review is really nice.

There's quite a bit of info to swallow though ahaha.

I'll have "fun" tweaking i guess.
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