CPS test stands for Click-Per-Second test. It can be a 10-second simple test. You need to click as many times as possible before time's up. Feel free to try as many times as you want. Make sure to get your best score (CPS - Click Per Second). According to our big data, the average CPS is 6.69, and the world record was said to be 14.1 according to Google. People may get a bit higher score on mobile/tablet than desktop. Can you beat this?
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Note: You may try this test as many times as you like. The highest CPS result represents your actual CPS. There is a “Try again” button for you after each attempt.
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Our CPS Test made its debut on September 5, 2019. On that first day, a single user from Canada, who happened to be a friend, took the test. The next day, 27 more users, also our friends, joined in the testing. Within just two months, the average daily user count for our CPS Test had swelled to between 200 and 300, with many professional gamers among them. Now over 30,000 users take our CPS Test each day. Thank you for your trust in us. We are very proud of this achievement.
Ever since its inception, we have persistently developed and improved the CPS Test by adding new features, games, and detailed reports. Even though several websites have brazenly copied our design and features, the Wayback Machine remains a decent tool for verifying the authenticity of our original work.
We are a team of experienced developers with years of expertise in game development and esports. We constantly strive to make the CPS Test an outstanding online resource for assessing your gaming abilities and physical skills. Feel free to bookmark our CPS Test and explore new features and games as they are introduced.
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|Ranking||CPS (1s)||CPS (10s+)||CPS (Marathon)|
|🏅 Top 0.94%||16+||12.6+||10.7+|
|🥈 Top 2.12%||15||11.3||10.1|
|🥉 Top 3.62%||14||10.2||9.7|
|💪 Top 5.92%||13||9.8||9.5|
|👍 Top 9.47%||12||8.6||8.2|
The greatest CPS in 1 second is 30. Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 go dragons
The greatest CPS in 3 seconds is 19 (57 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇸🇮 Roko Skrabl
The greatest CPS in 5 seconds is 20 (100 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇲🇾 Jovelyn
The greatest CPS in 10 seconds is 23.9 (239 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 Yukang Jiang
The greatest CPS in 15 seconds is 18.6 (279 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇦🇺 Gobstoppa
The greatest CPS in 30 seconds is 16.6 (497 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 xCozmicNinja
The greatest CPS in 60 seconds is 13.7 (782 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 xCozmicNinja
The greatest CPS in 100 seconds is 13.0 (1301 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 xCozmicNinja
The greatest CPS in 180 seconds is 15.2 (2730 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 Tricky(Wisconsin)
The greatest one-finger CPS in 10 seconds is 12.2 (122 clicks). Achieved by cps tester 🏅 🇺🇸 Yukang Jiang
Since Sep 5, 2019, there were 25,493,575 people who took this CPS test. (as of May 4, 2023). On average, one person took the test around 5.25 times.
|Browser||CPS (10s)||CPS (180s “Marathon”)||CPS Testers|
|Country||CPS (10s)||CPS (180s “Marathon”)||CPS Testers|
|🇰🇷 South Korea||6.8||6.3||1,284,034|
|🇺🇸 United States||6.9||5.9||747,936|
|🇬🇧 United Kingdom||6.8||5.5||642,125|
|🇦🇪 United Arab Emirates||6.3||5.1||<100k|
|State||CPS (10s)||CPS (180s “Marathon”)||CPS Tests Taken|
|District of Columbia||6.43||5.92||<10k|
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The average CPS in 1 second is 6.81
The average CPS in 3 second is 6.80
The average CPS in 5 second is 6.77
The average CPS in 10 second is 6.66
The average CPS in 15 second is 6.45
The average CPS in 30 second is 6.23
The average CPS in 60 second is 6.12
The average CPS in 100 second is 6.07
The average CPS in 180 second is 5.46
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A joke video uploaded to Youtube by Technoblade from 2014 claims he got 732 Clicks in 10 seconds, or “73.2 CPS”. We haven’t found any solid proof of his actual CPS but we guess it’s at least 10.
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Many Minecraft players constantly talk about their CPS, which stands for clicks per second. CPS can really change how you handle yourself in a competitive player versus player minigame in Minecraft such as BedWars, SkyWars, Practice duels, and many more. Differences in CPS primarily show up in the forms of how frequently damage is being dealt to the enemy player, as well as knockback being dealt on them due to the way how Minecraft combat works on these servers. Due to all this, PvP players seek many different ways to increase their CPS, all of which we will review in a bit.
Other than having an advantage in defeating other players more easily, high CPS is also useful in some cases of bridging - which means creating bridges to cross over an empty space. For example, to get on a SkyWars island to attack someone. This is prevalent in types of bridging like godbridging, which requires quite a high CPS to perform correctly.
To sum it up briefly, if you can correctly hit the enemy player with a higher CPS than them, you are more likely to deal damage more frequently, and knock them back more than they do to you. Finally, it's also easier to build combo attacks that way. Do note that some non-PvP servers, such as purely Survival servers, disabled this way of PvP, which means they are less skill-based in terms of combat.
Soon after Minecraft became popular, lots of different types of game modes and themes of servers popped up, and of course one of the major ones was always PvP. One of the first early examples of PvP servers would be Hunger Games, which was a Minecraft version of battle royale where players gathered loot and fought in order to become the last one standing. Soon after, BedWars and SkyWars - game modes that are still popular to this day - become well known. Both those games consist of a series of islands. Players spawn on one of the islands and engage in combat with other players - these games can also be played in teams in separate modes.
Needless to say, CPS became important almost immediately in all these types of games, when players could simply register hits faster to enemies if they clicked faster.
After the release of Minecraft Java Edition version 1.9, by default, Minecraft added a cooldown to attacks, which negates CPS benefits. PvP servers usually remove this across all Minecraft versions, but if you see a sword icon in your crosshair after your attack, this means any further attacks will have reduced damage to avoid making use of CPS advantages. This was done to make normal Minecraft gameplay, like Survival and Creative game modes, more mainstream, appealing, and accessible.
In many PvP game modes players constantly try to improve their CPS values to have a better experience. Lots of players in the community think it is great to have higher CPS, since competitive players love skill-based mechanics, and the main mechanic of Minecraft PvP is based on CPS because it involves improving and getting better at a skill.
Let's get to reviewing some of these ways to have higher CPS. Other than simply practicing clicking faster, there are many ways to register faster clicks on your mouse.
Jitter Clicking method involves tensing up your arm and wrists muscles which will cause your fingers to vibrate. You don't have to actually click on the mouse with your fingers, just place your fingertips on your mouse as you would normally and tense up the arm you're holding the mouse with - this should start vibrating your arm, and with it, your fingers.
There are two issues with this method. First, with little practice some players have problems aiming properly with their mouse to make a hit on an enemy player in PvP modes, and, in this case, it is equally important to have good aim with your mouse rather than to just increase your CPS. And secondly, for some people this can cause pain or injury due to having to flex your muscles in a weird way - this is individual, but if you feel any pain, you should look into the other methods that we'll cover now.
Butterfly Clicking involves putting two fingers on a single mouse button and clicking in alternation with both fingers as fast as possible. This essentially doubles your standard clicking speed as it allows you to use and coordinate two fingers.
Drag Clicking is when you drag your finger down from the top of the mouse button. This creates friction which basically accidentally tricks the mouse switch to register multiple clicks as you drag your finger down.
With all these methods, remember to also practice your mouse aiming and in-game movement to be better at Minecraft PvP, as they're equally important.