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  1. // If you already have your own autoexec, copy the contents of this file at the top of your own and delete this
  2.  
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  4. // '~~~ mastercomfig exec ~~~'
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  6.  
  7. // You can find more info at the bottom of the
  8. // file for things like maximum performance, high
  9. // quality and more!
  10.  
  11. // If local servers are not working, like broken shooting and moving,
  12. // enter host_thread_mode 0 in console and when you are done, enter host_thread_mode 1
  13.  
  14. // DXLevel Launch Options:
  15. // These launch options should be added to first launch, and then removed.
  16. //
  17. // Windows (recommended dxlevel):
  18. // -dxlevel 98 : DirectX 9Ex
  19. //
  20. // Windows (alternative dxlevels):
  21. // -dxlevel 90 : Shader Model 2
  22. // -dxlevel 95 : Shader Model 3
  23. // -dxlevel 100 : DirectX 9Ex (max settings allowed, no GPU feature support checking)
  24. //
  25. // OpenGL (Linux and macOS) (recommended dxlevel):
  26. // -dxlevel 92 : OpenGL partial Shader Model 3
  27. //
  28. // OpenGL (Linux and macOS) (alternative dxlevel):
  29. // -dxlevel 90 : OpenGL Shader Model 2
  30.  
  31. // Launch Options:
  32. // -novid -nojoy -nosteamcontroller -noff -softparticlesdefaultoff -reuse
  33. //
  34. // -novid : disables Valve startup logo
  35. // -nojoy : stops Joystick system from starting up
  36. // -nosteamcontroller : disable Steam controller system
  37. // -noff : disables controller rumble system
  38. // -softparticlesdefaultoff : disable depth blending for particles and sprites, more FPS
  39. // -reuse : allow network sockets to be reused when busy (sets SO_REUSEADDR), better network performance
  40.  
  41. // Extra Launch Options:
  42. // -console : displays console on startup
  43. // -r_emulate_gl : emulates OpenGL on Windows, FPS boost on most GPUs
  44. // -nohltv : disables SourceTV
  45. // -nostartupsound : disable game music on main menu
  46. // -primarysound : always use a direct hardware sound buffer (only works on stereo or headphones), may cause sounds to not play
  47. // -snoforceformat : do not set the hardware sound buffer format, may cause sounds to not play
  48. // -limitvsconst : limits the hardware vertex shader constants to 256, FPS boost on weak GPUs
  49. // -NoQueuedPacketThread : disable the net queued packet thread, use with net_queued_packet_thread 0, use only on Linux
  50. // -threads X : ONLY USE THIS IF YOU HAVE 8 OR MORE LOGICAL CORES/THREADS
  51. // how many extra worker threads are allowed. set X to logical core count minus four.
  52. // if your value for threads is less than 4, there is no point to using -threads.
  53.  
  54. // OpenGL Launch Options (Linux and macOS only):
  55. // -gl_enablesamplerobjects : use OpenGL Sampler Objects for better texture preloading (Linux only)
  56. // -gl_texclientstorage : reduce memory usage by relying on GPU memory instead of a host copy (macOS only)
  57. // -gl_nv_bindless_texturing : use GL_NV_bindless_texture for optimized texture objects in shaders (Nvidia only)
  58. // -gl_amd_pinned_memory : use GL_AMD_pinned_memory for optimized buffer allocation (AMD only)
  59.  
  60. // Niche Launch Options:
  61. // -nouserclip : uses software clipping instead of hardware user clip planes, FPS increase or decrease depends on your CPU+GPU
  62. // -disable_d3d9_hacks : Disables a few Source Engine hacks, FPS increase or decrease depends on system
  63. // -high : runs TF2 with High priority, which depending on your CPU may decrease or increase performance
  64. // -nosound : disables sound, no performance boost unless your drivers are slow
  65. // -small : allow for resolutions smaller than 640x480
  66.  
  67. // Experimental Launch Options:
  68. // None at this time.
  69.  
  70. // ==============
  71. // '--- Main ---'
  72. // ==============
  73.  
  74. exec comfig // Main config file
  75.  
  76. // =================
  77. // '--- Presets ---'
  78. // =================
  79. // Presets are overrides that set alternative values for easy customization.
  80. // You can uncomment (remove the // before exec) to make a preset selected on load.
  81. // Or, you can enter "exec presetname" (without the quotes) in console to customize the config in game.
  82. // It is recommended to use "exec" on the main menu, as changing settings while in a match
  83. // may cause stability and performance issues.
  84.  
  85. // You should only be using one preset at a time.
  86.  
  87. //exec presets/maxquality // Maximum quality preset - Maximum quality without caring about FPS too much
  88. // Remove any 01-mastercomfig folders from tf/custom
  89. // Then copy the 01-mastercomfig_maxquality folder into tf/custom
  90. //exec presets/midquality // Mid quality preset - Enables graphical features without making them too high quality
  91. //exec presets/compquality // Competitive quality preset - Maximizes advantage through enabling visual effects
  92. //exec presets/comp // Competitive performance preset - Max FPS without visibility issues or bugs
  93. exec presets/maxperformance // Maximum performance preset - Max FPS without caring much about visibility or possible bugs
  94. // Remove any existing 01-mastercomfig folders from tf/custom
  95. // Then copy the 01-mastercomfig_maxperformance folder into tf/custom
  96. //exec presets/stripped // Stripped performance preset - Significantly reduces playability in desperation for frames
  97.  
  98. // ================
  99. // '--- Addons ---'
  100. // ================
  101. // Addons are additional configs that adjust the config and presets to suit more specific or niche use cases.
  102. // You can uncomment (remove the // before exec) to make a addon applied on load.
  103. // Or, you can run "exec addonname" (without the quotes) in console to customize the config in game.
  104. // It is recommended to use "exec" on the main menu, as changing settings while in a match
  105. // may cause stability and performance issues.
  106.  
  107. // Any number of addons can be used together, unlike presets.
  108.  
  109. exec addons/badcpu // Bad CPU addon - Optimizations for low core, slow CPUs
  110. // maxperformance or comp presets recommended, along with the stripped addon optionally
  111. //exec addons/badgpu // Bad GPU addon - Optimizations for weaker Intel integrated graphics chips or weak/old GPUs
  112. // maxperformance or comp presets recommended
  113. //exec addons/ssd // SSD addon - Optimizations for when your TF2 installation is on a SSD
  114. //exec addons/transparent_viewmodels // Enables use of transparent viewmodels
  115. // the transparent viewmodel materials require dxlevel90 or higher
  116.  
  117. // ================
  118. // '--- Custom ---'
  119. // ================
  120.  
  121. //exec custom // Personal extra addon - For changing values in config without update pains
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