-tick rate 128
Sets the tickrate of any offline server you make. Choose between 64 tick and 128 tick. 128 tick is known for providing a smoother gameplay experience.
Remove the FPS cap and likely give you a smoother experience.
Skips the intro video when you start up the game
Disables joystick support, potentially freeing up RAM.
Preloads all models, sounds, and other files when loading a map, improving FPS and reducing stuttering.
Preload your own config file. In this case the autoexec.cfg
Top Launch Options for Improved FPS
Some launch options can possibly boost your FPS, especially if you play a on low-end PC. It’s important to note that while these options can potentially increase your FPS, they may also have the opposite effect and lower it. Therefore, you should always test each option individually to see how it affects your specific setup.
Sets CS:GO as a high-priority process, ensuring that your computer gives more RAM and CPU power to the game.
Deactivates the VSync function, which can sometimes limit FPS.
Limits the number of vertex shaders to 256, which can improve performance on mid to low-end graphics cards.”
Turns off some in-game lighting features and may slightly increase FPS.
Limits FPS drops when a utility explodes near you in-game by changing the way the game renders particles.
Allocates all threads and cores to CS:GO. You need to add a value after the command. The values range from -1 to 2. Setting it to 2 enables multi-threaded mode.
Additional launch options
Finally, we included several launch options that have been reported by some players as being helpful
Force the console to open once the game is started
Sets your monitor’s refresh rate.
Starts the game in full-screen mode.
Allows you to use the game in English even if your Steam client is in a different language