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pros's reaction time
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Algeria LOBYA6AJIN 
what do you think is the average pro's reaction time ? do you think most of them are between 110 and 160 or they could be even lower
2021-03-30 00:51
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0 with their aimbot, without like 2000
2021-03-30 00:51
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#38
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Finland tektek
good name bad take
2021-03-30 04:01
+1 triggerbot
2021-11-29 02:45
yup. people that think some of them are not on the gear are clueless
2021-11-29 18:44
Lower? No chance only luck.
2021-03-30 00:52
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#39
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Europe dalgass
prefire = -80 ms
2021-03-30 04:18
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#43
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Romania SanitySP
I prefire with AWP
2021-03-30 06:21
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Its easy
2021-11-29 14:08
:( rip
2021-11-28 06:00
s1mple's is like 200ms ircc. It does not matter much anyways unless your RT is like above 210ms
2021-03-30 00:52
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lol it is definitely faster than 200ms
2021-11-28 20:19
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Blast did some videos with a bunch of pros reading reaction times, they were all from like 150 up to 250. Nothing inhuman
2021-11-28 20:23
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2021-11-29 14:21
Its not. Reaction time just isnt important. Unless your reaction time is completely off like +0.500
2021-11-28 21:43
it really isn't, his sens is just so fast and his raw aim is insane, that it creates the illusion that he has inhuman reaction times.
2021-11-29 02:18
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Iirc if you can hit through d2 gap, your reaction must be better than 200ms
2021-11-29 08:20
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#125
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Philippines sLiPpeRy
i hit it all the time? I have 220 ms reaction time
2021-11-29 08:31
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#126
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Philippines sLiPpeRy
i guess im just good at prefiring :(
2021-11-29 08:31
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Canada roylin
150
2021-03-30 00:52
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Average is probably 180. Some players have 150-160.
2021-11-28 07:16
110?, i don't think so maybe around 180-200
2021-03-30 00:52
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i think i went too far, maybe around 140 (probably the lowest you can possibly be) to 200 ? saw that dupreeh average reaction time is 220 lmfao.
2021-03-30 00:54
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#72
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Philippines sLiPpeRy
i'm sure that dupreeh faked his reaction time test because I met him on esportal once and I got fucked wile spotting Mid at dust2 like what the fuck? Maybe he's just so used to AWPers camping mid and got a lineup for his peeks or something
2021-11-28 10:17
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some people can focus better ingame so they will have faster reaction time there
2021-11-29 18:58
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Myanmar roye
110 is really possible on some pros.
2021-03-30 00:56
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maybe only with preclick
2021-03-30 01:55
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#29
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Myanmar roye
with preclick you can get 0.01 whatever, you could better say, with some info or sound. But what i actually meant, pros go into beast mode sometimes, when motivated when playing well, when having that confidence, like they really get motivated to kill/get someone, and they will probably react in 100ms, and when they do these tests, of reaction there will be people distacting them, with what its imposible pros will do reaction test with smile on their face and clumsy manner, its more difficult to know real reaction time of a pro, im sure they play their games with bigger motivation then while doing reaction test, one more thing i like to add, its pretty normal i think to have reaction time like 110 at your best, but where it gets incredible, when you hit 105 or 104, so thats close to impossible, and i have some copypasta for you The fastest possible conscious human reactions are around 0.15 s, but most are around 0.2 s. Unconscious, or reflex, actions are much faster, around 0.08 s because the signal doesn't have to go via the brain.
2021-03-30 02:02
the lowest ever recorded human reaction time was 143 ms
2021-03-30 06:14
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#47
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United States Undxrtaker
Nice bait
2021-11-28 05:43
110 are you out of your mind? im super fast when it comes to reaction times and i never go sub 160
2021-11-29 04:41
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I played a lot of cs with someone who has around 120 avg reaction time but its very rare. Most ppl and propably also cs pros have like 180-220. Its not really an advantage to have faster reavtion time, those 20 ms dont matter
2021-11-29 14:03
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yea my reaction time is 160 and might be even better ingame cuz i focus better there, and for that reason i get free awp kills
2021-11-29 19:01
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You get free awp Kills with 2500 ms as well. Its maybe a few u can get more, nothing significant though since you tend to hold angles according to your reaction time
2021-11-29 20:12
110 is possible but also the absolute limit
2021-11-28 10:43
#6
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Estonia hololive
I have 0.1 ms reaction time
2021-03-30 00:52
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#16
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United States GGtho
Nt whosman, new account
2021-03-30 01:24
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#19
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Estonia hololive
nope, whosmans is my bestest friend though, I think
2021-03-30 01:34
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#20
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
so... did you created a separate account now?
2021-03-30 01:35
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United States Goob
interested in the answer
2021-03-30 01:37
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#24
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
+1 i suggested the "whosmans" user to create a new account, since it was a two man account and i didn't know with who i was talking too
2021-03-30 01:38
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#28
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Estonia hololive
I sent you a DM
2021-03-30 01:56
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#33
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
ah this makes more sense, thanks :D
2021-03-30 02:15
#35
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United States Goob
send me dm too!!
2021-03-30 03:51
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#36
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Estonia hololive
no chance, only users I trust are ghcvbkn, Anime4LifeUwU, whosmans, and RussianGirls
2021-03-30 03:54
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#37
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United States Goob
i will DM me
2021-03-30 03:55
#24
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
+1 i suggested the "whosmans" user to create a new account, since it was a two man account and i didn't know with who i was talking too
2021-03-30 01:38
#26
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Estonia hololive
what do you mean? I’m not whosmans
2021-03-30 01:55
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#31
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
oh :(
2021-03-30 02:14
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#40
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United States GGtho
Smth smells fishy
2021-03-30 06:11
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#45
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
maybe...
2021-03-30 14:36
Is whosman a Crunchyroll alt or whatever his name was
2021-11-28 07:28
during sex?
2021-11-28 07:09
2021-03-30 00:52
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wtf never expected it to be that high ?
2021-03-30 00:56
not sure if thats a bad example. Theyre doing the test very casually in an akward position and probably not on a good monitor. i average like 180ms on that test at my home setup and i kinda doubt im quicker than pros
2021-03-30 01:16
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True, I've never thought about that Also having a good reaction time doesn't make you good at the game. Having fast reaction time is only one factors about being pro
2021-03-30 02:14
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I dont think having fast reaction time is any factor. Unless u have like 300+ u good
2021-11-29 14:04
This is 100% it, i egt like 220ms on my 60hz monitor but 160ms on my 144hz the monitor matters alot
2021-11-28 07:15
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#141
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Ukraine FFF111
+1 i have about the same results
2021-11-29 14:17
Humanbenchmark is really bad way of measuring actual reaction time. The problem is low fps and vsync on desktop environment, those factors add A LOT of ms in your results, and it's a lot worse the lower your monitor hz is. forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?t=7.. They should've used this, it's a fullscreen application that renders at really high framerates, and doesn't get affected by desktop vsync. I get 140-145ms results with this.
2021-11-28 10:40
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my avg on humanbench is 160 to 170 on a 240 hz screen seems about right imo
2021-11-29 04:43
It depends on a lot of shit like refresh rate, peripherals input lag etc. I would say about 150ms+ judging from the demos I've watched. Don't trust shit that blast and betway release about pro reaction time because a lot of it is dependent on the setup they run to test it. For example; on 60hz i was at a solid like 200ms reaction time on 360hz i get a solid 140'ish atleast Also keep in mind reaction time from online tests are not representative of in game reaction speed.
2021-03-30 01:20
I checked Ence's video and they were getting 150-200
2021-03-30 01:20
lowest around probably 120ms average probably around 150ms
2021-03-30 01:21
Reaction time is only a small part of what makes someone good, most pros probably have an average reaction time. I saw a video of Zywoo trying his and he got around 0.21 in average, which is around average I would say, yet he's the best in the world.
2021-03-30 01:23
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There is no way 0.21 is anywhere near the average, the average is probably around 0.16-0.18. I tried doing reaction tests before and my results were: 190-200ms avg on 60hz 150-160ms avg on 144hz It depends on a lot of things (such as hz, sitting position, how much you focus, etc.) but if I was to take a guess I'd say the avg pro reaction time is somewhere around 160-180ms.
2021-03-30 02:08
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And its completely different to focus for 5 minutes and do few reaction time tests and to play BO3 for 3 hours, looks like nobody see this side of the coin
2021-11-28 07:12
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Why necro))) Anyways, the guy I replied to was talking about reaction tests and not BO3s)) But yes you are probably right regarding BO3s
2021-11-28 12:13
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
average is about 250 mate
2021-11-28 20:23
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Why necro))) and no, the pro average is definitely not 250ms
2021-11-28 20:29
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#105
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
not pro but normal people average
2021-11-28 21:30
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ok who said otherwise?
2021-11-28 21:31
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#112
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
sorry, I didn't read it properly :D
2021-11-28 21:40
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np mens))
2021-11-28 21:40
#107
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
btw what does why necro)) mean? I started going on hltv in 2020, so I am kinda newfag :D
2021-11-28 21:32
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I asked why you necroed this thread from 8 months ago by replying to me?
2021-11-28 21:33
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#109
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
oh sorry :D, but I wasn't the one that necroed this thread, in fact I didn't even notice that it's 8 months old :D
2021-11-28 21:36
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it's all good mens)) I like replying to things that I forgot existed too! :D but you still necroed it by keeping it alive by replying... which is fine in my books))
2021-11-28 21:38
#143
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Mongolia heedblank
maybe on some shitty computer on human benchmark 250ms is average but the real average of humans is faster
2021-11-29 14:34
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#148
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Bulgaria Bulg1us
Google
2021-11-29 14:45
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#149
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Mongolia heedblank
what test are they using?
2021-11-29 14:56
allu like 160-170 first try, could get some 140s
2021-03-30 01:32
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158 average
2021-03-30 01:35
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couldnt remember it exactly but that seems about right. thanks
2021-03-30 01:36
allu got 158 average in ence newest bts
2021-03-30 01:33
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#65
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Latvia heywire
yeah but allu is known to miss so much.
2021-11-28 07:55
I had no idea reaction time had a unit of measurement
2021-03-30 02:21
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Yes... it's called time.
2021-11-28 06:17
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The SI Unit is seconds, not „time“.
2021-11-28 06:54
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I know. I just thought the "time" answer would be funnier. But leaving a comment at 5am is never a good idea, I guess.
2021-11-28 15:29
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no its fine, I was just too german on that answer! have a good day!
2021-11-28 19:52
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A good day to you sir!
2021-11-28 20:14
so what i was wondering is how exactly it's measured. like the amount of time it takes the player on average to flick to the guys head as soon as it appears on the screen? i feel like there is no proper way to actually track someones reaction time accurately. how do you record a statistic like this. seems next to impossible
2021-11-28 18:30
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what?! it's just a click. Like having a blue circle or something and as soon as it turns red, they click. The reaction time is measured in seconds. 0.180 seconds, or 180 milliseconds for example. It is measured in seconds, they don't have to flick to anything, it's just a measurement of reaction TIME, not accuracy.
2021-11-28 18:47
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oh so its not measured inside live games it's just measured on some csgo workshop thing? where do people go to see what their reaction time is
2021-11-28 19:03
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I think there is a workshop map with that but I can't remember honestly. But yeah, it's measured in a test environment, not in a match
2021-11-28 19:29
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oh that makes more sense. after hearing that though i'm thinking reaction time measured like that isn't even relevant. you should be a master at clicking heads in counter-strike rather than being a master at clicking circles in a zero pressure environment. i honestly thought they found a magical way to measure reaction time in csgo. like pro's and their average. which blew my mind. but i guess they don't have a way to measure it
2021-11-28 19:58
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2021-11-28 20:17
they measure time to damage from pro games. basicly the time from the moment the enemy player comes into sight to the first damage to that player. apparantly b1t has one of the lowest time to damage currently.
2021-11-28 19:55
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so if you see a player and just watch him walk around for 10 seconds before shooting him, your reaction time skill level will be brought down for every kill that is like that. i think it's still not possible to accurately measure this
2021-11-28 20:00
What are you talking about? The only thing I've ever seen is reaction speed testing sites where they just have to point and click to measure a very objective output, which is in seconds. I believe that's what this topic is all about. youtube.com/watch?v=6mSzTYARsqI
2021-11-28 20:14
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i understand now that it's not about pro cs reactions. i just didn't really get it at first. i see now that it is literally reacting to squares that change colors and stuff. i totally understand it now. i didn't at first but now i do
2021-11-28 20:24
they talked about this on the blast desk. stats are constantly improved in the pro scene and some small startups are constantly coming up with new stats. ofc standard reaction time measurement is just a clicktest.
2021-11-29 12:30
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Ok, I didn't catch that.
2021-11-29 13:59
180-220. People need to look past aim and reactions, crosshair placement and smarts are king.
2021-03-30 06:19
#44
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Brazil Catatauu
Its pretty normal ms, some pros are even on 200+ms range that most of us are. What matters the most is crosshair placement.
2021-03-30 06:22
#46
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United States EDBX
They aren't as fast as you'd think. Smooya's reaction time is 220, s1mple 200, Tarik 175-180. I'm faster than all of them and still not half the player they are so I guess it doesn't matter that much.
2021-03-30 14:40
Pros are humans.
2021-11-28 06:20
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some are not
2021-11-28 06:30
Most of the kills are still average or above average reaction time
2021-11-28 06:43
it's mostly prefires
2021-11-28 07:07
extreme reaction time isn't everything in csgo. When you look at how long it takes to start shooting someone it's more than reacting to the enemy in front of you as soon as possible. You need time to adjust your crosshair and movement and then shoot. Having an insane reaction time helps, but not only does it not make you unbeatable, you can still be trash with an amazing reaction time.
2021-11-28 07:11
#57
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United States julianwb
150-200 s1mple is the best and has around 200 getting anything lower than 150 consistently is literally impossible
2021-11-28 07:11
Reaction time dont have to be amazing to be good at game+its completely different to focus for 5 minutes and do few reaction time tests and to play BO3 for 3 hours, looks like nobody see this side of the coin. There are more important things ingame to focus on, reaction time dont decide matches
2021-11-28 07:15
you can check on leetify, just google it. they dont have the reaction time but they do have time to damage which measure how much time it takes from seeing an enemy and first dealing damage to them the average is around 500-520 ms. Its not reaction time its a combination of your accuracy and reaction time, which I think it represents more the kind of information you are looking for.
2021-11-28 07:41
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Mine is like 550-700 there : DDD But on Insertion II it is 1000ms It faks up my stats :D
2021-11-28 10:04
#119
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Finland cuntycorn
Faceit 10 is 589ms on average. Bit over 400ms is the lowest I've seen in my matches and here's what the fastest pros can do according to leetify: "Time to Damage (Difference in time between the moment of the enemy’s first appearance in your field of view and the first shot hit on the enemy) 1st — Xyp9x with 268ms 2nd — Plopski with 269ms 3rd — Krimz with 270ms 4th — Magisk with 273ms 5th — Ethan with 274ms" medium.com/@june_csgo/fun-statistics-with-leetify-61cbe66f3b7b Those times are just insane and the difference comes mostly from accuracy.
2021-11-29 03:18
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Its weird I have just checked it out on leetify the average time to damage for xyp9x is 498ms which is really fast, also for magisk is 494 ms. The average for t1 players is around 500ms. The average time for a lvl 10 faceit is 589ms so since there is a 89ms difference and higher overall accuracy a proplayer can spot and eliminate a lvl 10 faceit so fast that the lvl 10 wont be able to click. Edit: Ok i have found out the problem the site you are looking is from 2020 leetfy changed the way they calculate time to damage thats why you are seeing better numbers on the article you posted
2021-11-29 04:38
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#131
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Finland cuntycorn
Haha yeah I just found the esports center at leetify :D Shiro seems to be the fastest now with 418ms followed by other awpers. Makes sense because holding angles with awp the time to damage is essentially your reaction time, same goes for crosshair placement. 500ms is fast but it's not anything crazy. Even I, despite being a slow old cunt, can hit that pretty often. However, averaging at that 500ms is pretty crazy. I've also noticed that it depends on the map. I have about 100ms lower times on inferno than on dust2 due to better accuracy and more prefires. I'd say that the faceit 10 is always at a slight disadvantage but once in a while whiffs couple first bullets which is the main factor in the time difference. One AK bullet is 100ms btw. I also have to add that we have to account for the fact that pros play against other pros who make hitting them as hard as possible. A pro's stats would almost certainly be buffed if he played against faceit 10s. btw. what leetify changed in the time to damage calculation?
2021-11-29 13:04
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Well I remember that because my reaction time was about 280 ms and that was on pair with faceit lvl 10 but suddenly it raised to 580ms but also faceit lvl 10 raised to 580 ms. I looked in my email and they sent a patch note contaning what and how they changed it but its an too old email I couldnt find it. But avg 500 ms is too fast like I said before on average a proplayer is 100ms faster than a faceit lvl 10 that means a pro player will kill a faceit lvl 10 without let them clicking/inflict damage.
2021-11-29 18:36
#144
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Mongolia heedblank
that's depends a lot on playstyle, if you can just passively hold 1 angle you are going to have faster times than someone having to switch between multiple angles
2021-11-29 14:36
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On high lvl games it doesnt matter because the crosshair placement is so good that even if its an agressive player they already open angles with the crosshair at the right spot so they also just need to click, the only diference is that you need to have proper counter strafe but a faceit lvl 10 and pro players already have 80% accuracy on counter strafing. But yes if you holding angle with awp its quicker than just changing between angles but at the end the diference is not that high. However a faceit lvl 10 on avg is 580ms and proplayers on average has 500ms those 80ms diference is HUGE. However there is something that must be pointed out on faceit I play with 50ms so I retrieve information from the serve in 50ms and send back in 50 ms thats a total of 100ms delay to complete the transaction. If I was living in a country that I could play faceit with let say 25 ms the total amount would be 50ms in other words on average I would be 50 ms faster, thats the problem with playing internet csgo and thats why lan events where everyone plays with the exact same ping makes some teams go better than others that only goes well on internet. So at the end of the day internet speed impacts a lot in your game and the higher you climb the ladderboard those little things will actually impact even higher the result of your match. Im also assuming that you have all your setup well calibrated because if you dont you also need to add inputlag of your machine in your calculation. I recommend Fr33thy guide that you may find on youtube he is really good helping out how to optimize your machine. In the end of the day you need a machine that holds csgo on average 280 fps and 1% minimum fps 180 and at least a 120hz monitor with 1 ms inputlag and thats the bare minimum nowadays I think most of the current machines holds csgo with at least 350fps and everyone has at least a 144hz monitor
2021-11-29 19:03
You don't need high reaction time in general to be good at cs. It's a skill that you learn by reptition. It becomes natural if you play deathmatch a lot. Your eyes see an enemy and your hand and finger move subconsciously. You don't think about it. If you start doing this as a kid you can get really good.
2021-11-28 07:49
#66
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Latvia heywire
i saw dupreeh get lik 170-200ms, on the astralis video where they did use highest hz monitors, and i beat him with 144hz, so reaction time dont mean jackshit.
2021-11-28 07:57
You have to realize that it only matters if you can keep it good for a long time. someone doing a reaction time test and playing the game is totally different. Sh1ro shoots super fast, but most players aren't noticeably faster than other ones.
2021-11-28 08:05
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Yeah like reacting in under 100ms is almost inhuman to flick your mouse while doing that.
2021-11-28 10:02
Nah nah it's almost an aimbot if u hit ur enemy within 100 ms
2021-11-28 10:01
#71
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Romania alexinio05
reaction time doesn't matter at all, like everyone knows s1mple has around 200~ ms I have 170~ but I still suck )))
2021-11-28 10:12
they are around 150-170 ms like many here, but they do it ingame while communicating and talking with their mates nio on a benchmark test where he waits that something haoppenb on the screen its a big different, and they are consistent not one try 150the other 210ms but thats not all in cs, maybe 10% t its a different to c lick just fast and to give a headshot in 150 ms then u have to aim in htis short time too
2021-11-28 10:25
#74
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United Kingdom HuzzyBoii
around 170-200 probably. Most of their reactions are based on crosshair placement that they're comfortable reacting with. Also being able to keep that kind of reaction time during matches is insane, much different from taking reaction time tests with 0 pressure.
2021-11-28 10:20
#77
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Portugal lovessd
lucky & flamie 300-400
2021-11-28 10:53
#79
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Poland n1ello
i dont think there is corelation between reaction time and being pro
2021-11-28 12:15
same as a average young man, i'm get 160-170 ms reaction time when fully focused
2021-11-28 12:19
mine's 205ms on first, 152ms on 2nd try xd
2021-11-28 12:21
something below 200ms but modern gear eats it up, cant compare it to old computers with analog display, and old netcodes, which let you enjoy your reaction time and go UBER. nowadays everything is smoothed and evened out ...
2021-11-28 12:41
most of them have average reaction time, nothing special.
2021-11-28 19:54
skadoodle got like 158 back during eleague boston 2018, they did a test across a bunch of the players there
2021-11-28 20:19
I think closer to 200 than 160
2021-11-28 20:23
I got 164 avg at 37. Who cars right :D
2021-11-28 20:24
It doesn't really matter when u make a test looking at the screen expecting it to become green, it's just different in the game. The opponent won't always show up in your crosshair, and you don't have to click only, you have to flick your aim to him first, so inside the game the gap between enemies showing up and getting killed should be like 300-500 ms, but the avg time of enemy perception should be around 180-200 ms
2021-11-28 20:28
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Spain mil1er
160-190 i guess
2021-11-28 21:39
Human reaction time doesn't go lower than 160ms without performance enhancing drugs. Average reaction time is like 210ms, pretty hard to train, you either have it or you don't. CS is so much more complex than just reaction times though and in reality it's just one tiny factor that goes into making a naturally talent player
2021-11-29 02:48
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Just watch the graph on human benchmark There are individuals who have reaction time as low as 115 ms
2021-11-29 08:35
its like 150-170
2021-11-29 02:49
Mine is like 170ms if i am rested and focused It really depends on monitor hz Had like 200+ with 60hz Now with 240+ it is lot better Seen buubski score 130 or Seth recently Duprreh device etc were also like 160ms
2021-11-29 08:36
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dupreeh was in 200ms
2021-11-29 19:07
Reaction time test is unreliable. Some pros may score worse than a random dude yet their reaction time in CSGO action will be 2x faster at least.
2021-11-29 12:50
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#139
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France HippzZ
True to some extent
2021-11-29 14:09
yea some people can focus better ingame, so this should be tested on cs go if u want to know pro players reaction times
2021-11-29 19:07
Didnt krimz have something like 120ms? I remember some tournament where they tested it Could be wrong on the number tho it was pretty long ago but he was definitely fast
2021-11-29 12:58
As long as it's average or lower, it's irrelevant
2021-11-29 14:06
i think device has like 90 ms I saw it on youtube
2021-11-29 14:08
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#146
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Mongolia heedblank
nah no way every time I look at him play his reactions look slow but he just has good positioning and stuff
2021-11-29 14:39
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2021-11-29 15:12
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#152
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Mongolia heedblank
got 120ms once = 120ms reaction speed ok
2021-11-29 16:02
#138
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France HippzZ
They are just a bit below average nothing special except some players such as Kenny, hunter...
2021-11-29 14:09
A pro's reaction time is no different than yours. Your's could even be slightly higher than many of them. What makes them better is the hours spent practicing aim and scrimaging to learn meta's. Knowing where someone is likely to be and then being able to accurately put rounds downrange is the difference.
2021-11-29 14:13
they have average reaction time tho with what 200 or 220 even since no pro can fully focus for a full bo3
2021-11-29 14:37
#147
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Mongolia heedblank
Some pros for sure have really low reaction speeds but most have average
2021-11-29 14:40
If I were to guess many of them are probably above average, but not too much. Reaction time isn't everything.
2021-11-29 15:13
Idk but b1t is up there
2021-11-29 18:42
anywhere from 180 to 250 reaction time
2021-11-29 19:04
Reaction time is not everything, it's useful, but professional games are more about strats and counter strats. Sure, you need to hit your shots, but after you play 10k hours you kinda know where enemies are and that's what actually reduces your time to kill - fact that you process the info faster. Doing benchmark for reaction time means nothing, Astralis did it in a video and best entry fragger ever Dupreeh had the lowest reaction time in that test. It means next to nothing in CS:GO, as long as you are not impaired and you take a minute to respond. Below 200ms is a fast reaction time and more that sufficient, but that's on the test. When you see clutches and high pressure situations you could probably measure it very close to 100ms because that's how brain works. But that's for a very short period of time. It's not a CPU that does this and that and it takes X time to do it. Don't worry about reaction time, worry about movement, timings, rotations, aim and above all - fun.
2021-11-29 21:17
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