n0thing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Settings, Keybinds & Setup - Updated February 2024
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n0thing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Settings, Keybinds & Setup

by Arijit Sengupta
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n0thing CS:GO Mouse Settings
eDPI
800
DPI
400
Polling Rate
500 Hz
Mouse Sensitivity
2.00
Zoom/Scope Sensitivity
1.00
Windows Sensitivity
6
Mouse Acceleration
Off
Raw input
On
n0thing CS:GO Video Settings
Display Mode
Fullscreen
Refresh Rate
240 Hz
Resolution
1920×1080
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Scaling mode
Stretched
Brightness
100%
Laptop Power Savings
Disabled
Global Shadow Quality
High
Model / Texture Detail
High
Texture Streaming
Disabled
Effects Detail
High
Shader Detail
Very High
Boost Player Contrast
Enabled
Multicore Rendering
Enabled
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode
8x MSAA
FXAA Anti-Aliasing
Disabled
Texture Filtering Mode
Trilinear
V-Sync
Disabled
Motion Blur
Disabled
Triple-Monitor Mode
Disabled

n0thing CONFIG

n0thing AUTOEXEC

n0thing CROSSHAIR SETTINGS

n0thing VIEWMODEL SETTINGS

More n0thing Info

Jordan Gilbert, a.k.a. n0thing is an inactive American professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, analyst, and caster and former professional Counter-Strike player. He is considered to be one of the most experienced North American players, having played at a professional level for nearly a decade.

He also has participated in multiple team championships where he and his team were ranked in the Top 5 ranks. He was recruited by Cloud9 who had also recruited Autimatic (youngest pro player during the year 2017 – 2018), and N0thing has played a great role for the team. Although N0thing didn’t have a chance to play for the team when he was recruited temporarily by Cloud9, he played a major role in the competitions when he was hired as a permanent member and won various titles for the team.

n0thing is an American.
n0thing currently uses the Logitech G100s mouse.
n0thing currently uses the Alienware AW2521HF monitor.
n0thing currently uses the HyperX Alloy FPS RGB keyboard.
n0thing currently uses the HyperX Cloud Flight headset.

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