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: https://mastercomfig.com/rate
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:
- Choose 1 if you have basically no packet loss or packet loss is very uncommon
- Choose 2 if you have some packet loss
- 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)