Owen
Account Details
SteamID64 76561198049725923
SteamID3 [U:1:89460195]
SteamID32 STEAM_0:1:44730097
Country United States
Signed Up June 26, 2015
Last Posted October 6, 2019 at 8:28 PM
Posts 98 (0.1 per day)
Game Settings
In-game Sensitivity 1.15
Windows Sensitivity 6/11
Raw Input 1
DPI
800
Resolution
1920x1080
Refresh Rate
144hz
Hardware Peripherals
Mouse Logitech G-Pro Wireless
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#17 What defines a good competitive 6s map? in TF2 General Discussion

Pillars good

Tunnels bad

posted 2 weeks ago
#3 watch my demos with me in Mentoring

Might help if you say what class you are, and what level you play at.

posted 2 weeks ago
#10 TF2 community leaders partner with BTS for 2020 event in News

:0 I love BTS

posted 3 weeks ago
#4 getting into comp tf2 in Q/A Help

First, make sure your mouse settings are correct, (https://www.tobyscs.com/optimal-mouse-settings-csgo) most importantly the setting mouse speed to 6/11 in windows, and getting rid of "enhanced pointer precision" and other types of acceleration.

Learn to do some basic rocket jump maps, surfing can help as well. Whatever is necessary for you to be able to get your character to do exactly what you want without thinking about it. Also consider playing in a newbie mixes pug (just google newbie mixes) they're coached pickup games that seem helpful.

Once you have an understanding of the basics of how a game-mode you want to play works, and have your settings correct, simply practice. This can be done on MGE, DM, (servers tab here on tftv) and bot servers. And as far as actually playing the game, RGL has a "newcomers" division where people with no league experience can play. UGC also has a steel division for newer players.

The most important thing though is just playing consistently with a team, and watching better players play.

posted 3 weeks ago
#8 UGC unveil new Ultiduo league for 2020 in News

Sounds interesting, I'd hate to see UGC die for nostalgia reasons.

posted 1 month ago
#4 LFP Scout RGL IM in Recruitment (looking for players)

found a player.

posted 1 month ago
#1 LFP Scout RGL IM in Recruitment (looking for players)

Solved

posted 1 month ago
#25 new dm servers in Projects

Thanks for doing this :D

Having no DM servers would suck.

posted 2 months ago
#16 TFCL lays out plan for new NA TF2 platform in News

[EEEEEEE]

posted 4 months ago
#6 Weird input lag in Q/A Help
FactsMachineIt's in every game, not just TF2.

Okay, so it's not a config issue then. I would just try and stress test your GPU and RAM and see what fails. It could also be a hard drive issue, but not sure.

posted 5 months ago
#8 lft mid open scout in Recruitment (looking for team)

Jag is a great guy, can main-call (probably not as flank scout), knows as much about the game as anyone out there. Would pick up.

posted 5 months ago
#4 Weird input lag in Q/A Help

It's probably an issue with your config because even if you deleted it, your cfg is saved to the steam cloud. You have to disable this feature and then save your config with the "host writeconfig [name]" command. Then follow these steps to run the game at default settings (https://www.reddit.com/r/truetf2/comments/2frkym/how_do_i_reset_my_tf2_to_fully_default/). If the input lag is still there, it might be a hardware issue, but If it's only in tf2 I assume there's a settings issue that will be fixed with this, and the use of a fresh fps config. By that I mean only keep settings not related to graphics in your auto-exec and class execs, and using a modern FPS config in addition to that.

If they think it's the ram, make sure it's set at the timings it says on the box, normally if there's an XMP (XTREME MEMORY PROFILE!!!) in bios that is ideal. You can also check if it's the ram capacity by checking task manager while in-game. If you're using all your ram capacity, look at how much ram is being used at startup, and then compare that to normal numbers from your operating system to see if you need to do anything. If your idle ram usage is normal, keep excess programs closed while you're playing.

If your ram capacity, timing, and frequency is correct. Use a ram stability test tool to see if it passes. Although if this is an issue I assume your PC would just be blue screening a-lot.

Also try "re-seating" your Graphics card and RAM. Which just means unplugging them, making sure they're in the right slots (your motherboard will have the order you need your ram sticks added written on it. It will probably say 0213; your graphics card should generally be in the slot closest to the CPU) and plugging them back in.

tl;dr if you have an fps config it's probably that.

posted 5 months ago
#14 Introducing the 2019 Ford Gaming S31 in News

Wow, ford sponsorship. Really big news for tf2

:>

posted 5 months ago
#8 lfp scout open s31 in Recruitment (looking for players)

When does the season start?

posted 5 months ago
#2 Copenhagen Games 2019 viewer’s guide in News

who won?

posted 5 months ago
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