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How fast are you? Reaction time test See your potential


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4 hours ago, ryan said:

are you lightning or mud check this out and post results and share with us just how fast you are!!

 

https://humanbenchmark.com/tests/reactiontime

 

 

I scored 273ms which is perfectly average even though I thought I was faster at reacting than most...ah well being average aint a bad thing

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5 minutes ago, cucubits said:

I keep getting around 190-200. Not sure how much lag my mouse/laptop screen adds to the actual reaction time.

 

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I must be getting old, same here. I'll blame my wireless mouse. 🙂

 

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299... darn it, I missed 1ms for a round 300

I blame the wireless mouse.

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15 hours ago, cucubits said:

 

How???

 

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you can't post the "click to keep going" panel, you have to post the ending one. I can edge case 100-150ms one out of 10 times..\

 

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And just to prove you can game it, obviously I did not actually achieve this.. 🙂

 

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I second what @hfm said: take the full test, folks! Don't post your best single score when you are told to "Click to keep going" - come now, I too gamed the system, and I got a whopping 13ms one time! Obviously not real.

 

And all ya'll complaining about sub-200ms scores need to shut your traps 😛 I'm not even as old as some of you!

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Oh well!  I'll blame having a laggy system 😉 At least I'm still better off than the reported user average of 273ms.

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But keyboards are where it's at, amirite?

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4 hours ago, ryan said:

@Reciever I think all I can say is impressive. I thought I was fast but after doing the test honestly and a few runs yeah im at 270ms which is dead smack average. and im fine with that, do you have any pointers besides coffee lol

 

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If its for FPS dont bother, there will always be someone faster. I focus on context and situational awareness more so than raw reaction times.

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