New. Contribute to LuckyHacker/humanbenchmark-hack development by creating an account on GitHub. I've hit a few picks through D2 mid lately as a result, (crosshair center of gap, not to the side as a test.) I found this site called Human Benchmark where you can do Number Memory, Reaction Time, Verbal Memory, and Visual Memory. Also I can parry any light attack consistently and even PK zone attack sometimes. Contribute to LuckyHacker/humanbenchmark-hack development by creating an account on GitHub. Then you're hooked! Reaction Time Test. And they were not cheating cuz some of them have video proof of scoring around 100 ms consistently. Through positioning you can get around having a fairly poor reaction time, even at high levels. I don't think you'll get someone that has 100ms reaction time consistently on For Honor, there is much more information to process than a change of color.I am absolute garbage on that shit, more than 300ms, but I can parry 500ms top lights, but only top, because of warden, orochis, lb and kensei. Get Started. Damn the timesnap change is so bad maybe because I was playing in the early morning that I got matched up with EU. However, later I found out there do exist very few ppl with 100 ms reaction time on human benchmark.
Not because the attacks are faster, but because you wont know the animations and what to expect.I average 170-180ms, maybe I could go a little lower, 160 at best, but 100ms seems unrealistic to me. It's based on watching if the opponent enters their light or heavy animation. Reaction speed never was my greatest asset.
If that specific hero's light and heavy attack animations are similar, it becomes much much harder.However, later I found out there do exist very few ppl with 100 ms reaction time on human benchmark. Reaction time in such a benchmark doesn't really tell too much about how fast you react in the game. Maybe i should always hit r2 when i block anything since I'm going to be blocking late anyway?...my poor reaction times will make me a parry GOD! or super villain...parry super villain.I'm quite good at parrying, and I average 260-270ms on human benchmark. It also depends what type of button your controller has. (Forgot my source on this data, so take with a pinch of salt.) Reaction Time. On top of what you mentioned you can also position yourself to be able to watch for a shadow or a gun instead of a body. I'll just react to anything top fast enough to deal with the 500ms light (which in reality is a lot less than 500ms because of time snap)The other problem is that we're trying to bind a visual cue with two hand movements, if that hand movement is different, we have to rebind it from raw.TIL I have worse reaction time than the average person. If you're simply trying to react to your opponent, you have to look and see if it's a light or heavy animation, if they're going to feint it, etc. A timer below the box will show the remaining time. If you react on a prediction / read (red light green light reaction speed test), then you're going to have a faster reaction time that you normally would. Once the time runs out, the final score of the player will be presented. Aim Trainer. So, say you have a mouse like the Logitech G502 with just 1ms of latency rate, which was Now, for general users, it is just a fun tool to benchmark the reaction times and compare them with an average number. Take the test at: https://www.humanbenchmark.com/tests/reactiontime However, later I found out there do exist very few ppl with 100 ms reaction time on human benchmark. CPS is just the magnitude of clicks to a time unit; in this case, seconds. As soon as you click inside the box, it will turn red. And they were not cheating cuz some of them have video proof of scoring around 100 ms consistently. FeelsbadmanGlad to hear it's not hard capped meaning I may be able to score a little better.100 ms seems crazy low, I won't claim it's impossible because out of billions of people on the planet there have too be some strong outliers... but there's no way it's the "standard" for good For Honor players.I've seen a few people post some times on this sub and I don't remember seeing anything below 160 ms. I use a 1ms latency display and a wired xbox elite controller on PC. Human Benchmark Measure your abilities with brain games and cognitive tests. My average was about 260-300 at the time. On the benchmark, you know it will soon turn green and you are ready to press it and the wait time is very low.
I feel like I sucked at number memory. The score is shown with CPS (click per second).
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