Sunday, August 29, 2010

Configs in CSS

Me and almost all pros play with configs on, meaning tweaking their game for best fps and best visualization when playing, these are also known as configs.

Here i will post my custom config, how to install it and what it does to your graphics.

What it does to your graphics:

It removes all the clutter(cans, unusefull stuff), palms head(the leaves) and all effects that you have no use for. It makes everything simpel, so you easyly can see where you enemy is and shoot him before he sees you.

How to install:

Follow the steps below:

Step 1: Download the zip file linked below and extract it to your cstrike/cfg folder: "[SteamDir]\steamapps\[username]\counter-strike source\cstrike\cfg"

Step 2: Time to edit the config. Open up autoexec.cfg with notepad.

If you know what fps your computer normally can run, edit the max_fps to what it is acording to this scale:

normal fps:
below 60 = "max_fps 0"
below 100 = "max_fps 61"
above 100 = "max_fps 101"
above 200 = "max_fps 201"
and so on

If you are still using a single core cpu, edit the "mat_queue_mode 2" to "mat_queue_mode 0"
else, leave it.

Step 3: Save autoexec.cfg, and make sure its in the cfg folder.

Step 4: Edit your "Launch Options" (Dont know how to? Look how to enable console)

and type in the following line(without "):

"-console -noforcemaccel -noforcemparms -dxlevel 81 -autoconfig -w [Your width] -h [Your height]"
Edit the last to parameters to your normal width and height.

Step 5: Press ok twice, and start your CSS.

Download link:

Got any problems? Feel free to comment below.

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