Basic configuration tips for a better aim on CS:GO.
Before I start, this is just a little tutorial basically for those that are relatively new in the game or simply for those that have played 1.6 or source but never really cared about these little things that may help in CS:GO.
2) The Crosshair. This is probably more of a relative thing, so I will just say what helped me and that I just think you may try, but it's okay if it won't help you much, you can try whatever you want.
3) Frames Per Second (FPS). This is more for those who don't own a good enough PC to afford 60 constant FPS.
First of all, enable your FPS counter at Stean>Settings>In-Game>In-game FPS counter
I suggest you to have it always enable while testing a new game or trying to improve your performance, so you will perefectly know what of every configuration helps to improve your game and not. Every time you make a change, look at the frame counter to see if if helped.
The game itself has its own frame counter, you can enable it by typinc cl_showfps 1 on the console, but it's very hard to see it since it updates too fast.
I enabled the Multicore Rendering because it increases my FPS a little, but this may not work in some PCs, I would just suggest you to try, but the difference is not big anyways.
Also, you will have to play Always in fullscreen mode. Windowed or Borderless-Fullscreen mode will always affect your sensitivity and frame rate, you can only do that if you have a very good pc. If not, just don't do it. If you play on windowed mode, most of what is explained in this tutorial won't work.
After you enable FPS counter in Steam, go to your Game Library again, right click on CS:GO, then Properties and "Set Launch Options" again. To be honest, I don't really know what -high and- freq 100 do, but they increased my FPS a little. If you don't like the change, you can just remove them from the "Set Launch Options" option and it's done. You just have to type these things after the "-console" one ("-novid" is for skipping the intro) -novid -high -freq 100
So, that's all. If you know more about it, you are totally free to share your information in this thread to help the others. And if this helped some of you, I would like if you post about it to make the others know.