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Indonesia SesseR4N 
I did a few human benchmark runs and I got 215 the most and generally numbers around 215 is that good if I wanna go pro?
2022-01-08 01:33
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#1
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Poland Amirek
I don't think so, tho how many hz does your monitor have? If 60 hz I think it's pretty ok, if more then it's average/below average i'd say
2022-01-08 01:34
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144hz but I use hdmi so only 120hz
2022-01-08 01:36
11 replies
LOL, just scroll through all monitor frequency modes in your geforce/radeon controll panel and you'll find the 144 hz one.
2022-01-08 09:30
7 replies
it's not LOL, not everyone plays mid-high end Desktop PCs.
2022-01-08 09:46
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#75
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United States Azaqa
It is LOL, he could be using 144 but is using 120... nothing to do with his pc bro
2022-01-08 20:21
4 replies
Explain to me, if he connected to his laptop which only has hdmi 1.2 can he still "could be using 144".
2022-01-08 20:45
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#80
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United States Azaqa
Who tf buys 144hz monitor while playing on laptop, let alone a potato laptop? If that was the case its LOL for a different reason
2022-01-08 20:48
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"Who tf buys 144hz monitor while playing on laptop" 144hz monitors not only provide 144hz. They also do 120hz. So 120 is better than laptop screen 60 so. LOL for you blinkers
2022-01-08 23:33
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#92
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United States Azaqa
??? something with hdmi 1.2 will not get 120 fps LMAO it probably doesn't even get 60
2022-01-09 21:32
its not if you dont use displayport
2022-01-08 11:20
hdmi supports 144hz without a problem, try finding the setting. but 120hz is still good
2022-01-08 18:34
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#70
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Switzerland nierg
I think only newer HDMI standards support >120 Hz. Eg there is HDMI 1.0, 2.0 and iirc some between etc.
2022-01-08 20:11
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yeah but "newer" is like any hdmi cable newer than 8 years... he surely doesn't have hdmi 1.0 xd
2022-01-09 01:29
set GPU scaling instead of display scaling and you get your 144 hz lol
2022-01-08 20:09
I think pro players' average is under 200, but reaction time is not everything.
2022-01-08 01:34
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#35
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Mongolia heedblank
good reaction time is a huge advantage
2022-01-08 10:53
4 replies
+1
2022-01-08 11:15
#76
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United States Azaqa
Only as awper tbh, plus we're talking a difference of 50ms or less... not that big a deal
2022-01-08 20:22
2 replies
It is a big deal if you want to compete against some of the best in the world.
2022-01-09 01:35
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#93
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United States Azaqa
zywoo has 200ms reaction time... really not a big deal man, raw reactions are also not the same as ingame reactions
2022-01-09 21:33
i saw some betway video where cs go players tested their reaction time against football players i think zywoo was the quickest with around 200-210 or sth you can make your own conclusions also reaction time isnt everything i get around 180 when i use human benchmark but im slow af in game :(
2022-01-08 01:36
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wtf zywoo
2022-01-08 02:04
#53
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Europe Vallon4
That setup is probably hella delayed, I could see like 30ms added due to all sorts of input lag.
2022-01-08 11:45
3 replies
+1
2022-01-08 12:31
Yeah, it must be. I get on average 180ms and on good runs below 170ms and im sure ZywOo is much quicker than I am.
2022-01-08 20:13
#91
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Serbia lxndr_br
even more than 30, probably smth like 50
2022-01-09 01:50
#49
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Netherlands RC1XBET
How fast your aim is in-game also depends on if you suspect an enemy might be in a certain place or not. For example, if you're holding a smoke and you know there's a stewie2k-wannabe on the enemy team, you will be intensely watching the smoke and waiting for him to pop on through. However, if you aren't actively watching it, your brain is not as focused on it and it might take longer for you to be able to react. With regards to how fast your decision making is in-game, it depends on how much experience you have and if you have been in a similar situation before
2022-01-08 11:36
you can train to get below 200.. if I train it, I can get a steady 160-180, but who cares :D
2022-01-08 01:36
10 replies
how do you train though
2022-01-08 02:00
9 replies
unless he means prefiring it you cannot train it. eating healthy and exercising are the only way to effect vrt
2022-01-08 02:13
7 replies
and sleeping well, when you get 8-9 hours of sleep you get faster reaction time
2022-01-08 08:53
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and than: TRAIN, what ever reaction training you take, even if its just some stupid website which lets you click after a colorchange.. your brain will always try to adapt to the situation it is faced with, so if it does a lot of fast clicking, it will build better neural links (called neurons) between the brain areals involved. the more you concentrate while doing it and staying focused, the more your brain will adapt tho the situation to save energy. thats how it works in a lab and with race drivers as well. healthy food (a lot of green veggies!, acids and micro nutrients), mild exercise (jogging) and enough sleep (8h+) are just the basic foundation for a well working brain. the more you do it, the better you get.
2022-01-08 10:58
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yes by repeatedly doing the tests you can reduce it by a very small margin, its genetic
2022-01-08 20:06
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nope, not as much as you think, it is just really, really, really hard training, as it goes down to to oldest parts of the brain, which are very hard to control by will. But over the years I increased it from 220-250, down to 160-180. It is training :) There was a test with Astralis members, who failed against other professional athletes, after training for some time, they also got those nice scores.
2022-01-08 23:07
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Agreed, many blame gentetics for a lot of things especially in regular sports. It does play a factor but most of it is down to upbringing-nutrition, exercise etc and culture
2022-01-08 23:48
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+1 and intelligence, career, studies
2022-01-15 23:17
#37
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Mongolia heedblank
just playing reaction speed tests is going to improve your scores. if I do humanbenchmark daily I can get down to 160ms but its only on the humanbenchmark and I don't actually feel faster ingame
2022-01-08 10:55
#34
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Canada MiLkBaGzz
do coke
2022-01-08 10:01
I think reaction time is really important, most of the pros have like less than 200, personally I get aroung 170-190 with 60 hz
2022-01-08 01:37
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I think I should be able to train my reaction time by aroun d30-40 ms but we'll see
2022-01-08 01:38
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it helps much to full focus
2022-01-08 01:39
You can, I used to have 250ms reaction time, but I have below 170 now. Yes I changed the screen, but it should account for max 20ms, not 80ms.
2022-01-08 20:14
I just tried and I was able to get 160s consistent. I'm on 144hz tho and was focusing hard
2022-01-08 01:40
3 hours dm pls, dont waste ur time
2022-01-08 01:42
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bruh you will burn yourself out before you actually play the game, this is why there're so many all aim no brain player. 30 mins warm up and then faceit for how many hours you want is the most ideal, it's the actual match that matters the most, not you clicking heads in DM for hours.
2022-01-08 12:44
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yeah I was joking bro, he just made some threads where he baited with that 3h dm so he could come a professional player. Luckily u didnt see those bait threads haha.
2022-01-08 13:19
I can do 180 on a 60Hz. But keep your heads up, because I used to do 280-300 3 years ago.
2022-01-08 01:46
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Theres no way it was truely 280 on a decent setup for the test unless you have never touched a video game or played a sport in your life before that point
2022-01-08 02:03
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Idk, I remember my reaction time being that bad for some reason. I was always last, my friends averaged like 220 at the time, and I always felt bad when I couldn't get past the 250 mark.
2022-01-08 14:53
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Great that you're able to do 180 now dude! Can you tell how you reduced your reaction time? And whether you benefited from it in game or IRL activities?
2022-01-15 16:25
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For IRL activities no benefit, in game faster reaction time=more duels won, more open frags if we are talking CS, as for moba games I am able to dodge more abilities. As for the how did I reduce my reaction time, I don't know.
2022-01-15 23:01
1 reply
Cool :)
2022-01-16 04:21
170-190 144hz but I wasn't really trying
2022-01-08 01:46
I get constantly 170-190ms but ingame I don't think my reactions are good. I always miss easy shots with awp and I'm often outpicked by others in good pixels. The most important is having the best crosshair placement possible, you can be pro it with this reactions, but you still can improve. Look at Zywoo, he got worse result than me and he is one of the bests. youtu.be/ZLS-wyZ-mCI
2022-01-08 01:46
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It depends on how good your ping in game and your monitor refresh rate. Switching from 60hz to 144-240hz is a world of difference when it comes to shooting with awp. I had a 60hz monitor and my mid door wallbang was inconsistent, now it's a lot easier to tag enemy through mid doors. It's like enemies movement are a lot clearer to track and flick to
2022-01-08 12:51
215 is not good bro it should be around 170 or below if you're deciding to go pro
2022-01-08 01:52
160ms consistently with 240hz but i have faster reaction times than most players my elo im 2.4k elo
2022-01-08 02:01
#21
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United States gweees
I get like 130 - 170 usually but the millisecond differences aren't as big as they look if you think about how much time that actually is.
2022-01-08 02:15
Idk bro i got 185ms every run and im still stuck in gn1
2022-01-08 02:16
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Haha, exactly. It's not formula 1. So overrated thing.
2022-01-08 02:22
shit players have shit reactions good players and shit players can have good reactions
2022-01-08 02:50
#74
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Finland kytlief
Yeah thats exactly the thing. If you have good reaction time... well... nice. Good for you, but the 30ms in reaction time is not going to make more than minimal difference. The most impactful contributors to fast aim are crosshair placement, accuracy and overall gamesense.
2022-01-08 20:20
#23
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Netherlands _FerSen_
172ms
2022-01-08 02:19
youtu.be/6mSzTYARsqI?t=163 dupree result are also not that good and he is a pro
2022-01-08 02:25
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I watched this video my reflexes are about 215 ms, noty that bad but I'll train them
2022-01-08 02:38
just finished 3 hours DM, expect a post in about 3 hours
2022-01-08 02:38
i just did 185ms. But 240hz so no that good
2022-01-08 03:12
#33
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Serbia Ljannister
I had 113 in test but ingame its like unusable
2022-01-08 09:59
used to have 150 ms on 60hz laptop now im on 120hz and its lik 180 ms im aging or something idk BUT in game my rank doesnt change
2022-01-08 10:56
#38
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Mongolia heedblank
human benchmark scores aren't very accurate and depend on your computer a lot
2022-01-08 10:56
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#40
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Ukraine Hierophant
agree cuz when i have 144hz monitor - it was around 190avg now i have 240hz and today my avg is 160-170
2022-01-08 11:01
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#44
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Mongolia heedblank
also like 10ms differences between browsers
2022-01-08 11:19
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#52
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Ukraine Hierophant
wow dont know about that. ping is suck
2022-01-08 11:41
#41
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Spain mil1er
60 hz and 180ms~ even my friend who doesn't play ton of cs has around 200ms~.
2022-01-08 11:13
Reaction time is highly dependant on hardware(mostly monitor) and also how fresh you are. With my old 60hz monitor iirc I had issues, my scores went mostly above 220ms and could exceed 300ms if I fell asleep a bit on doing a click. With the current 240hz monitor I can easily do under 200ms, and can go down to 160ms+ range when properly prepared. However I have tried the test some times when I was not fresh, and it went poorly with 200+ scores like it was the old 60hz monitor.
2022-01-08 11:18
Idk
2022-01-08 11:25
ingame reactions are lot faster than doing it on human benchmark because your mind is a lot more accustomed to the game (muscle memory) . If you keeping practising on human benchmark eventually you'll get better , but that will not necessarily transfer ingame . i guess eating healthy and regular workouts can help you get better somewhat but as far as i know reaction times are genetic and nothing drastic can be done about them .
2022-01-08 11:28
#48
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Serbia e_loK
Dont bother with human benchmark its different in game. My brother has much higher reaction time in human benchamark and a better pc and monitor but my reactions in game are always faster than his
2022-01-08 11:32
Reaction time is needed, I play CS with COVID last month and i couldn't do shit
2022-01-08 11:38
Reaction time varies regarding the situation. If you do this test on a server and check who killed the peeking enemy first, things will be different. Repeating the same thing over and over like holding angles with an awp does a lot for your reaction time, especially if you start at a very young age.
2022-01-08 11:41
#54
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Europe Vallon4
CSGO isn't a game that is defined by reactions. It's actually one of the least impactful attributes. There are games where reaction time alone literally defines how good you are, which is dumb.
2022-01-08 11:50
Yea thats pretty bad. I get with cold hands and just woke up 160ms avg. (144hz)
2022-01-08 12:03
2022-01-08 12:46
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~420ms
2022-01-08 12:47
Even with a 144 Hz monitor and a 8000 Hz mouse I still pretty much suck at this: imgur.com/a/vZekTDV
2022-01-08 17:23
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don't use 8000hz unless you really gonna stick to it
2022-01-08 17:45
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I bought this mouse to check how it's like, without the 8 kHz it would be just a hugely overpriced thing so I decided to use it at 8 kHz everytime.
2022-01-08 18:28
#64
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Poland Fealis_
Thats bad, but also #38
2022-01-08 17:28
#73
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Finland kytlief
Well i think that the average is around 200 ms. And no your reaction time is not going to be problem, obviously the quicker the better but there is so much more to fast aim than only reaction time. Add to that. Dont worry about your reaction time. Focus on crosshair placement and gamesense. And if you really want to get better reaction time, live healthy and sleep enough.
2022-01-08 20:24
#77
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United States Azaqa
Not that helpful, it doesnt correlate that well to reactions ingame, only to raw reactions (enemy caught you off guard). If you are expecting them to be there and are holding as you get more experienced your reaction will be much much faster than your raw reaction. Someone said zywoo had 200ms human benchmark, but if you watch a zywoo demo he obviously reacts way faster than 200ms. As you get more game sense reaction time gets faster.
2022-01-08 20:24
yeayy i'm 175ms
2022-01-08 20:44
#81
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Scotland e1z31
Reactions are not everything. There is a slight advantage when holding a tight angle but hitting your shots and positioning your self correctly are more important. Doesn't matter if you are 50ms faster if you don't hit. And also outplaying your enemy tactically is atleast as important.
2022-01-08 20:57
Just did this test and have 352ms
2022-01-08 21:03
150-170 ms so I guess around 160avg
2022-01-08 23:35
stop posting already Please
2022-01-09 01:30
#90
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United Kingdom chexsum
dosia level reflexes tbh
2022-01-09 01:36
#94
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Sweden SamBbbb
I got 209 on average
2022-01-09 21:33
ai git 180 ms an aveirge, iz dat gud mens?
2022-01-15 16:19
Its good
2022-01-15 16:26
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