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Estonia YungAlcoholic 
CPU: 7700K @ 4.6GHz (MSI boost mode) GPU: 1060 6gb gaming X (OC core 120mhz and memory 400mhz) RAM: 16GB @3000mhz I have been doing a lot of tweaking for games and PC lately, but there's still one thing that I can't figure out and it's low latency mode. I have always had this settings ON since it's the most recommended one. Some say that if your PC runs over 300 FPS you shouldn't have it on Ultra, rather ON or OFF, mainly OFF. Some say Ultra is best for high end PCs. Some say CS:GO is CPU based and it does nothing and should be set on OFF. I can't really tell myself and I don't see any FPS difference. I had some stutter on Ultra a while ago, but not no more. Seems to run smooth. I am not sure what I should be using. Can someone suggest me the best settings and explain exactly to me how it works. Thanks beforehand
2021-05-16 23:36
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It does nothing to CSGO so dont stress yourself with it. good settings > hltv.org/forums/threads/2458033/fps-boos..
2021-05-16 23:38
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So it really does do nothing in CS since the game mainly runs on CPU? Tbh I don't think I feel any difference and if I have I think it's placebo. Only time I did see and feel a difference was when I had stutters with Ultra on.
2021-05-16 23:39
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yes it simply reduces latency between gpu and cpu if i recall correctly. but in cs go there is almost no gpu strain
2021-05-16 23:43
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so it's safest to put on OFF to make sure nothing stupid happens while playing? Is there really NO delay difference or is it too small?
2021-05-16 23:44
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if you played a game, where gpu is constantly under heavy load (call of duty, assassin's creed, any other gpu intensive game) you would benefit from this setting. however, cs go is cpu intensive. banana gaming made a video on the setting and concluded that it was useless for cs go
2021-05-16 23:47
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so your recommendation for CS is??.. ON or OFF? From what your saying I feel like OFF is the best. I know I might get some backlash for what im gonna say, but what about Valorant? I like to play it sometimes with my friends when CS is getting boring and idk what to use for that.
2021-05-16 23:49
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i dont know about valorant, but for cs:go you can leave it on OFF
2021-05-17 08:33
I would argue against full-screen opt. I think it only helps when you run only a really really bad PC. It barely did anything for me and I also rather had struggles with that setting. Every time I alt-tabed my game changed colors and Fr33thy, a widely known tweeker said to not mess with that since Windows did some tweeking on their latest windows updates. Basically it doesn't almost do anything now with latest 20H windows update. Also why cl_forcepreload 0, I think most of the people recommend 1 and I haven't seen any problems with 1 either. Also why is the r_Dynamic 0 bind needed, why can't i just set it to 0 in my autoexec by default?
2021-05-16 23:43
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r dynamic allows you to see gun lighting when someone is in the smoke and shooting, so you can know his position.
2021-05-16 23:51
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Yeah, I know what, I've also tested FPS with it. I see a lot of pros using it on "0" and tbh I did see some fps impovement with it off (5-8FPS or so, but benchmarking is really inaccurate in CS). Might set it to "1" for a bit of in-game advantage.
2021-05-16 23:52
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imo 5-8 fps is not worth it. but for some people atleast before 3-4 years, it did cause stuttering when spraying, i dont know if thats fixed now.
2021-05-16 23:55
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knowing CS devs they probably haven't fixed it yet tho. But yeah, I'll run a couple of benchmarks and probably use "1"
2021-05-16 23:57
I have a 5600x and gives me 100fps+ almost 700fps average and other people reported to increase their fps You can fix the alt tab with the bind you can find it in the comments cl_forcepreload 0 because John a csgo dev said to never use 1 because it just fucks your game basically make it stutter Its needed because if you set it to 0 by default you wont be able to see tracks when people shot thru smoke, with it binded you enable it only when you press mouse 1 and disable it when u release mouse 1
2021-05-16 23:52
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Ok, interesting. Might check out the r_dynamic thing. Also for what the dev said, it isn't that accurate. I saw some other posts and people talking about the settings and said that even devs don't know that much when it comes to that matter. It all kind of depends on PC and your system overall. For me, I have neve seen any problems with it on "1" and most people recommend it on "1" too so I'll keep that at it for now.
2021-05-16 23:54
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A dev know best. Doesn't matter what most people have.
2021-05-16 23:55
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But the setting was debunked and pretty much isn't right.
2021-05-16 23:57
If your PC can't run cl_forcepreload "1" it's really your hardware. Some older/slower drives might see stuttering in game because all the textures might not preload before joining, but if you have a faster drive it means your game doesn't have to render any files in game and the game runs faster overall. Setting it to 0 only helps if you really run on a 2005 PC.
2021-05-17 00:01
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Stop this bullshit dude, you came here to ask for help and dont respect people opinions and insist on yours. I already said it to you A CSGO DEVELOPER KNOW BEST. point cya
2021-05-17 00:02
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Does he tho? I know I did ask for help, but not in that regard, I asked about low latency mode, I have everything else figured out. Im running on stable 300 fps and can reach 600 fps with my rig, im perfectly set, im only looking to reduce input lag.
2021-05-17 00:09
Tf is that and does it help? Someone get on it asap
2021-05-16 23:38
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Apparently it's made to make the latency smaller by rendering frames etc.
2021-05-16 23:39
ive been using the dn mode a lot recently
2021-05-16 23:38
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clever
2021-05-16 23:45
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Serbia LtN))
Ok
2021-05-16 23:51
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