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SteamID64 76561197976753866
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SteamID32 STEAM_0:0:8244069
Country United States
Signed Up October 11, 2014
Last Posted June 14, 2019 at 2:38 AM
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In-game Sensitivity 3
Windows Sensitivity 6 (Default)
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Mouse Steelseries Rival 100
Keyboard Ducky One MX Brown
Mousepad FURY S Speed X-Large
Headphones Steelseries Arctis 5 Pro
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#653 ESEA Open S31 Happenings/Discussion in TF2 General Discussion
Drugstoner420You want to know why i like lolis and cute things in my weebshit? It's because i fucking self insert as the loli because I WANT TO BE CUTE

I'm glad you can finally admit this to yourself. Good for you, man! The first step is recognizing you have a problem.

posted 1 week ago
#2 LFT scout in Recruitment (looking for team)

nicest gamer in open. high elo scares me. hits goody shots.

posted 4 weeks ago
#3 LPF open flank scout in Recruitment (looking for players)

krphy got mad at me so;

no cringe players, only anime scouts, frag and win open on this team

posted 4 weeks ago
#2 LPF open flank scout in Recruitment (looking for players)

This dig's lemon wet wings are fantastic, bruv! I give this place a 4 outta 5 chicken wings. Highly recommend.

posted 4 weeks ago
#64 New Beginnings in TF2 General Discussion

bruh, Overwatch Team Fortress League

Edit: TIL posts cut off after emojis and will just delete any text you typed after them.

posted 1 month ago
#45 New Beginnings in TF2 General Discussion
kyaathis is cringe, every person and their mother acting like their league has more validity than another while in reality everyone of you is 22 years old at most and talking like you have the backing of every team fortress player or some big org that has the same ideas

this mitch guy has to be the most shady lying mother fucker alive


posted 1 month ago
#88 ESEA to drop tf2 after season 31??? in TF2 General Discussion
Mitch_Hi all, ESL here.

We're aware that this has occurred, there was no communication about it between the two parties but we will anticipate to provide North Americans a service after ESEA Season 31.

Please make sure to watch on TFTV for upcoming announcements.

You're powerful. Thank you.


posted 2 months ago
#26 What would you like to see in a "mix" website? in TF2 General Discussion

If you're looking for help developing this project, make it open source! This is something I've been interested in making myself but have yet to find time to do so. So if you make it open source I'd love to PR.

Also make a Trello board or use Projects/Milestones on Github for project management so that people who are interested in what you're prioritizing can see what you're working on - and potentially comment/give structured feedback on those things!

posted 2 months ago
#9 is high dpi bad on low res in Hardware
BumFreezeno it wont jitter. high dpi low sens is better because your mouse is measuring in smaller resolutions, as opposed to just multiplying up your mouse inputs (which is what causes the skipping you mentioned)

I want to expand upon this.

The best scenario is one where your in-game sensitivity doesn't actually change the incoming value. What I mean by this is any multiplication or division done on your sensitivity will cause some loss of precision between your mouse movement and the movement on screen.

Unfourtunately, modern mice don't have resolutions high enough to make cl_yaw 1; sensitivity 1; feasible. So, my general rule of thumb to reduce this loss in precision as much as possible is to keep cl_yaw default, and set sensitivity to 1 - then change your DPI to compensate.

For example, I currently use a 10.9"/360 sensitivity - at 500 DPI thats 3 in-game sensitivity. Dividing sens by 3 gives me 1, and balancing out my DPI by multiplying it by 3 gives me 1500 DPI.

Is the difference in precision noticeable? Probably not. But, I'm stupid and like to use "optimal" settings even when it really doesn't matter.

posted 2 months ago
#8 is high dpi bad on low res in Hardware
JarateKingSomething to note though is that without raw input and at low fps potentially, if you move your cursor far enough that it hits the edge of the screen / moves overs to a secondary monitor, it will cause issues (negative accel by hitting the edge of the screen, losing focus on tf2 entirely by hitting the secondary monitor).

I had this issue a lot when i played with really low/variable framerates. There is a very good and performant tool that offers a monitor-locking feature that locks your cursor to a specified monitor on demand. (It also has tons of other very useful features):

Heres some documentation on the cursor features:

JarateKingRaw input doesn't run into this issue afaik, but I stand to be corrected

I've definitely ran into this issue on raw input! I'm not sure if it makes a difference on how often it occurs or not, though - maybe it does.

posted 2 months ago
#1 LFT IM Scout or Open Soldier in Recruitment (looking for team)


i love improving and i think i can do well in low to mid IM as either scout role.

im also interested in expanding my horizons and becoming comfortable on soldier outside of pugs! im about mid open with solly dm i think.



posted 2 months ago
#9 how fast can you type in The Dumpster

an average day:

after typing all day at work:

posted 3 months ago
#1 Update Stream URL in Requests

Alias on Twitch Changed
New URL:

Thanks <3

posted 4 months ago
#2 best network settings? in TF2 General Discussion

If you have a par-or-better internet speed, you can increase your rate. Check out mastercom's tool for calculating a few of your network variables:

Its deprecated and she recommends asking for help in her discord, but its a good starting place.

Things that I note, however:

This is a general guideline for cl_interp_ratio and which value to choose:

  1. Choose 1 if you have basically no packet loss or packet loss is very uncommon
  2. Choose 2 if you have some packet loss
  3. Choose 3 if you have a lot of packet loss

So, if you're not rubber banding at all then you can probably lower your interp ratio.

Your cl_cmdrate and cl_updaterate are at a strange value. TF2 servers have a framerate of 66 state-frames per seconds, so typically the max value you can have for these cvars is 66. I don't know if having a higher value will have any negative effect though.

cl_smoothtime is entirely subjective. Some people (particularly in the CS community) like to play with 0 smoothtime - which can appear jittery but it represents what the server sees as close as possible. Play with this value until you find something youre comfortable with IMO - i'd recommend keeping it under 1/66'th of a second (~0.0152)

posted 4 months ago
#9 p4rsaa lft s30 in Recruitment (looking for team)

save for all of the drama that ensued recently, parsa is actually a good player.

he's got pretty heckin good DM and does an okay job of pacing himself in game. he can get argumentative on occasion, but I probably just fed that fire tbh honest.

parsa would probably do p well on a chill team.

posted 4 months ago
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