This command can be used to block incoming messages (network messages, not chat messages). Default is 0 (disabled). 1 would disable all messages. You can specify a network message name to block only that message.
net_blockmsg [0 / 1 / Name]
0 / 1 / Name
||Set to 0 for acceptance of all network messages (default). Set to 1 to block all network messages. Enter a network message name to block only that message.
This console command is used to set your max preferred ping when connecting to matchmaking servers. It can be beneficial to adjust this command if you find yourself being put in laggy servers.
This console command bans the specified IP from the server for the specified amount of minutes. Specify 0 as the amount of minutes to ban permanently.
This command sets the amount of time the game client will wait before resending a connection attempt, should the previous one have failed.
This console command brings up a graph on your screen displaying stats like FPS, ping and choke. It is similar to using your net graph.
This console command brings up a display panel on your screen that displays various technical statistics about CS:GO and your network. Entering -showbudget will hide the panel.
Using this cheat command brings up a display on the left side of your screen that displays statistics about your game textures on a per frame basis. These include skybox textures, world textures and more. -showbudget_texture will hide this graph.
This command will summon a technical display onto your screen giving you detailed statistics on textures in CS:GO. You can dismiss is with the -showbudget_texture_global command.
This console command causes a graph to appear on the right side of your screen display an assortment of technical statistics about CS:GO's rendering and popups. The command -vgui_drawtree will hide the display.