Setting up a noclip bind is very helpful if you spend a lot of time in CS:GO private servers where you can turn cheats on. This is because it is how you fly around the map, rapidly increasing your movement speed and letting you pass through objects and buildings as though they didn't exist. Having it assigned to a bind lets you pass in and out of this mode whenever it suits you.
Find below our noclip bind. By default, it is bound to the P key - press the "Change Key" button to change this. Copy and paste the command into your console or autoexec to apply changes.
The "bind p" part of this command tells the game what key to bind the command that follows to (in this case, the P key is bound).
The next part of this command, "sv_cheats 1; noclip" is actually made up of two commands (separated by a semi colon). The first command is "sv_cheats 1", which enables cheats. Cheats must be enabled for noclip to work. The second command is "noclip", which as the name might suggest, toggles noclip on and off. So, when you press P, sv_cheats 1 command will first enable cheats (if it isn't already enabled) and then toggle noclip mode so that you can fly through walls, etc.
Find different variations of this bind below.
This command will bind noclip to the P key without the sv_cheats 1 command. You still need cheats enabled to use noclip.