I think under 200 ms is average for a young gamer, I had average 190ish few years back when I did this test
This test is not realistic.
In-game you react way faster
wtf on phone i have something like 379...what a nub
Does your screen and mouse's input lag affect this? Cause I get like fucking 290-300 ms. But again I'm not the healthiest person :D
would like to see the awpers result on this test, also xantares
180ms average too lazy to make screenshot 60hz, I believe kennys had like 160 or smth
210 average, but maybe year before my best ones were around 240 now it is 180, so at least I'm improving.
best result 120ms 60hz and 5$ mouse
average around 200ms
the slow reaction timers not posting lol, the average is around 200-260 @60hz guys dont worry if you have higher than those posted here.
Mine is around 210 at 60hz and the fk1
edit: did the test in the steam browser when i gto 210 average, just tried on a normal browser and was consistently hitting around 195 so i guess it has some kind of a delay just so you know if u wanna try, do it on a normal browser
I am 20 and have very good equipment. Yet my avg reaction time is like 235 ms.
i had about 170ms reaction time back when i played competitively, but i got slower and its trigger me. 220ms avg. (shit components tho and very tired, but fck im disappointed in myself.)
205 here, between 185 and 230.
based on luck than real reaction time lul ( always 4th or 5th second turn on green )
once by accident i had 97ms but average is 175-190
I get 250 on a good day :(
But slow reactions can be worked around in game :)
mine is 300ms :(
miss really easy awp shots because of that :(
normal human reaction time I believe is between 150-300 ms, depending on the state you are in. usually the younger you are the quicker you can react, but heightened mental state (like fear / fight or flight response, survival instinct, adrenaline rush, drugs, etc.) can also alter the normal values.
there are some people who can get an average significantly below the normal, most commonly in occupations that require fast reactions, like athletes, pilots, racing drivers, etc. but not exclusively.
I noticed I can get under 200ms when I am hungry, while averaging 250-300ms after dinner (all 60hz display and 125hz USB). I will repeat the test once I have my 144hz asus and I will also overclock USB to check how much of a difference that makes (internal MLT04 sensor of my MS Intelli Explorer 3.0 can go up to 9000fps)
317 avarage wtf am i some retired elderly
i used laptops touchpad btw