PC How to create a CS:GO auto exec file. Screenshots!

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create an autoexec file in csgo. What this does is execute a string of chosen console commands instead of typing them in every single time you launch csgo. These commands could be your crosshair, video settings, keybinds, viewmodel, etc.
So go into your csgo cfg directory. This is different for some, but the default one would be C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo\cfg.
So create a text document and your code into it. Then change the format to cfg. (it doesn't have to be an exact command list, it is 100% your choice of commands.).
This is mine.
r_drawtracers_firstperson 0
net_graph 1 //shows your ping, fps, loss, etc
rate 128000 // optimises your faceit, cevo, esea game for 128 tick.
cl_cmdrate 128
cl_updaterate 128
fps_max 0 // unlimited fps cap. switch to 60 for a 60 fps cap or 120 for a 120 fps cap, etc
fps_max_menu 0 // caps fps in loading screens
cl_interp 0 // only set to values if you know and use
cl_interp_ratio 1
cl_interpolate 1
viewmodel_fov 68 // my viewmodel
viewmodel_offset_x 2.5
viewmodel_offset_y 2
viewmodel_offset_z -2
cl_bob_lower_amt "5.000000" // reduces weapon sway while running
cl_bobamt_lat "0.100000"
cl_bobamt_vert "0.100000"
cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt "0.500000"
cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt "0.250000"
mm_session_max_ping 50 // max ping when in matchmaking
ECHO Your autoexec has succesfully loaded!! // this message will show up in your console if your autoexec has succesfully loaded.

Now go into your steam library and right click your CSGO game. Click "Set Launch Options" and type in +exec autoexec
There you have it!
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