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Title: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 11:16 AM - 11/15/17
- NEW AND UPDATED CONFIGURATION 9/5/2018, CLICK HERE -  (http://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=69713.0)
http://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=69713.0

PREFACE
After playing The Division on the PC and coming back to console, I noticed a couple of things with the standard ST and custom STs that V3n0m and Sweet Evil have put out. I have tried all the configurations for this game and each one had its own strengths and weaknesses.

The Standard & V3n0m's Config: Works okay! I used V3n0m's for my healer build and it worked really well for precise movement and SMGs. But, when playing in PvP I had a couple of problems with these configurations.
The first is "Input lag", I believe this is from the Dead Zone. When you are aiming freely in the environment, it works nice. But once Aim Assist kicks in there's an aggressive "stuck-ness", with an AR it's impossible to control the recoil. In addition, this made it very hard to switch targets without "pop shotting" (going out of ADS, and back in ADS to trigger Aim Assist).

The second problem was "Desyncing". This happened when ADSing, rapidly moving the mouse back and forth when someone is strafing caused this strange effect when your mouse would keep going when you stopped moving it and the more it happened, the more your mouse would feel lagging behind. From all the posts about this, both of these have been mainly chalked up to the console's translation of the game. I've played with the controller, never had I had this effect. I believe this is due to the Dead Zone as well.

Sweet Evil's Config: I basically gave up trying to use KB&M with The Division in PvP until I saw Sweet Evil's configuration the other day. His config fixed both of the problems I was having with the default and V3nom's config. Setting the Dead Zone to 0 allowed me to control recoil and when rapidly moving the mouse, I didn't have the syncing issues. But, there were horrible "Jitters" when trying to move my mouse in small movements. It would move only in snapping "right angles" at slower speeds which killed the precision for me. In addition, this configuration still had that "stuck-ness" aim assist feel where mouse movement felt extremely inconsistent, you couldn't track a running target or switch targets mid-clip.

Well, after being intimidated by the ballistics ever since I've purchased the Xim... I decided that I wanted to try to create a custom configuration. I read up on RML's Advanced Settings "How To" Guides, I took a look at his curves for the anti-aim assist to get an idea of what it all means (THANK YOU, RML!). Then, I played around for hours trying to create a more 1:1 config.

PREVIEW

I've included two videos.
The first one is just chopped clips from a couple of solo games and the second is an entire solo Last Stand match to showcase how the settings work in entirety.
I wanted to point out a couple of things in the chopped up clips, showing what this configuration can do. Forewarning, I've only started playing shooter games on KB&M this year- only some months ago. My aim does not justify this configuration!

http://www.youtube.com/v/QGMK-ya6uqk&hd=1

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGMK-ya6uqk

0:50-0:53 Shows the run tracking ability of this config, notice how the enemy player runs passed my ally and a car, yet I didn't have to change the pace of my mouse. This consistency allows for a lot more precision.
1:20-1:26 Shows me unloading an entire clip of my LWM4 with the targeting moving in and out of cover object and retaining stability the entire time.
1:38-1:42, 3:01-3:20 Shows enough responsiveness to track the roll, then target swap halfway through the clip.
4:07-4:28 Shows precision ability in small openings, headshot tracking moving target.
4:36-4:39 Shows Micro-movement of aiming at an npc behind cover.

http://www.youtube.com/v/drpxhdMkUkM&hd=1

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drpxhdMkUkM

CONFIGURATION
Mouse: G502
DPI: 3250
Polling: 1000

In-Game Settings
Sensitivity: 100
ADS Sens: 100
Dead Zone: 0

ADS:

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Explanation: These settings are a bit in unconventional. This is to overcome the varying recoil and stuck-ness in the AA. I originally messed with the X/Y ratio to create a easier more consistent recoil pattern but it made the aiming very inconsistent where it would aim high/low off target and then aim slowly when on target.
The ADS is configured to a slower sensitivity, starts at 0 and then ramps up to 13, 28, 40. The 0 is set to keep a non-jittery movement at absolute minimum speeds. The 13 was my sweet spot for countering recoil. this is the first half of the clips. The 28 helped counter the recoil for the second half. The 40 jump allows for the "responsiveness", for changing targets mid clip or needing to pull down further mid clip when a target is going down steps or hopping over something.
The rest is an incremental increase of 7 sensitivity to allow for a quicker response than the overall lower sensitivity setting, this is to keep the aim slow when barely moving, but ramp up speed the more it's moved across for tracking running targets.

HIP:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOBEupK.png)
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Explanation: This configuration is quite simple, it's a bit higher sensitivity. Allows for linear hip-firing and ramps up highly for when I'm moving my mouse across for turning. The end cuts off to "ride the turn limit" and works beautifully for 90 degree swipes. I've set the X/Y at .50 to keep my aim centered when moving around rapidly and quickly scoping in. What this does is make my X axis (turning) move twice as fast as my Y axis (looking up and down).

HAVE FUN & ENJOY!
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: mist4fun on 11:59 AM - 11/15/17
Welcome to the community. I just wanted to say that I love this type of post. High effort, informative, and easy to read. It reminds me of the XIM2 days. Thanks for taking the time to share what works best for you in a game where performance can be lacking. :)
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Frash brang on 12:17 PM - 11/15/17
Your hip curve looks really interesting...

You say "The end cuts off to "ride the turn limit" and works beautifully for 90 degree swipes."

What does this mean? Would it not ride the turn limit if it didn't stop 3/4 of the way up?

Would this curve work on a game like destiny?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 12:51 PM - 11/15/17
Welcome to the community. I just wanted to say that I love this type of post. High effort, informative, and easy to read. It reminds me of the XIM2 days. Thanks for taking the time to share what works best for you in a game where performance can be lacking. :)

Thank you for the welcome and kind words, Mist. I've read a lot of your posts as well and I appreciate your effort in the community.

Your hip curve looks really interesting...

You say "The end cuts off to "ride the turn limit" and works beautifully for 90 degree swipes."

What does this mean? Would it not ride the turn limit if it didn't stop 3/4 of the way up?

Would this curve work on a game like destiny?

My idea behind this is: pick up the controller and flick the stick to the right and let it automatically flick back to the center. Notice how it's a "snapping" turn? Now flick it to the right and manually bring it back to the center. Notice how it flicks and then gradually turns until returning to the center again? That's ideally what I was trying to emulate. It's for a quick flick (movement) with a bit of precision momentum at the end for aiming.
Turning at max speed consistently would still ride the turn limit if it was maxed out, but it's much more snappy. This allows for precision "riding" when my turn is ending. It doesn't allow for flick 180s or anything different, just smoothening the turning so it's not so snappy at the end. Allows me to adjust aim and ADS quicker. This was mainly for The Div strafing where you are typically looking 90 degrees to the left or right before and have to "snap aim" at them. (watch first 20secs of first video to get an idea of what I mean)
None the less! Sure, it would work for destiny.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Frash brang on 03:29 PM - 11/15/17
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My idea behind this is: pick up the controller and flick the stick to the right and let it automatically flick back to the center. Notice how it's a "snapping" turn? Now flick it to the right and manually bring it back to the center. Notice how it flicks and then gradually turns until returning to the center again? That's ideally what I was trying to emulate. It's for a quick flick (movement) with a bit of precision momentum at the end for aiming.
Turning at max speed consistently would still ride the turn limit if it was maxed out, but it's much more snappy. This allows for precision "riding" when my turn is ending. It doesn't allow for flick 180s or anything different, just smoothening the turning so it's not so snappy at the end. Allows me to adjust aim and ADS quicker. This was mainly for The Div strafing where you are typically looking 90 degrees to the left or right before and have to "snap aim" at them. (watch first 20secs of first video to get an idea of what I mean)
None the less! Sure, it would work for destiny.


I'm not sure I understand this but I'll give it a go and feedback, thanks for your explanation.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: antithesis on 01:35 AM - 11/16/17
Recoil's a hot mess in The Division using a Xim, with the exception of SMGs which are really easy to handle.

I'll give your config a try and report back.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 09:44 PM - 11/16/17
Recoil's a hot mess in The Division using a Xim, with the exception of SMGs which are really easy to handle.

I'll give your config a try and report back.

I'm curious how it works out for you! I've used it with the LOVA, LWM4 and even the Bullfrog and it can counter recoil on all of those quite well for me.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: kikigigi on 02:10 PM - 11/17/17
como puedo hacer esa curva?algun video tutorial? gracias
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 11:17 AM - 11/18/17
como puedo hacer esa curva?algun video tutorial? gracias

copy entire code text under picture, paste into your config by pressing the box with a downward pointing arrow.
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Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VRMQsPltiA

Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Dukester on 08:52 PM - 11/19/17
Awesome advice! Thanks
I see you have the G502, do you also have the G13.
I have that setup on a ps4 and I am struggling with the setup and mapping.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your time.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 11:41 AM - 11/21/17
Awesome advice! Thanks
I see you have the G502, do you also have the G13.
I have that setup on a ps4 and I am struggling with the setup and mapping.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for your time.

I do not have a G13, sorry...
What are you struggling with? I noticed in the other thread you were talking about the movement keys. If you want to bind the G13 movement keys to XIM, just expand the "Keyboard" section and bind your G13 keys by replacing W,A,S,D.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Dukester on 09:13 PM - 11/24/17

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I do not have a G13, sorry...
What are you struggling with? I noticed in the other thread you were talking about the movement keys. If you want to bind the G13 movement keys to XIM, just expand the "Keyboard" section and bind your G13 keys by replacing W,A,S,D.
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I got it to work. Thanks. Now I want to give your settings a try. I'll keep you posted.
Thanks
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: GhostMachine45 on 08:51 PM - 11/26/17
Dude !!! Thanks so much for this Iím def going to try this out !!! There is so much input lag in this game itís crazy plus the game is just in a bad state with lag all around lol some times the input lag is so bad it litterly fills like Iím shooting rubber bullets and doing no damage at all but thatís mostky servet side cause I def know itís not my NET cause I have fiber optic connection !! I also see from ur video ur movement & ADSĒing so much more fluent with ur config plus ur recoil from ur m4 from ur config looks very manageable Iíve come to the conclusion I have been putting Stabilty mods on my gun just to try manage the recoil but my gun still jumps like crazy with like 60% stabilty maybe itís the input lag dim the Xim4 Iím not shure havenít been to find the answer !! But I will try ur config and tell ya what I think !!! Thanks again
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: GhostMachine45 on 06:24 AM - 11/27/17
Was curious to if this config would work on the XB1 ? Just asking but I donít see why it wouldnít work ...
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Frash brang on 03:49 PM - 11/27/17
Anyone tried this? I'm thinking about getting back into the division as there is a major division update coming out soon (It could be out I dunno)

Anth? You tried it yet?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Vvvmrundead on 04:00 PM - 11/27/17
Was curious to if this config would work on the XB1 ? Just asking but I donít see why it wouldnít work ...

It seems for me PS4 runs smoother with this config. But Xbox still surfers it seems it doesn't translate.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: GhostMachine45 on 07:41 PM - 11/27/17
The movement fills alittle better but my M4 or Lvoa still jumps like crazy even with stabilty mods on the gun not shure what’s causeing this !! What’s funny is I see people useing a controller and they almost 0 to no recoil on the guns so I have no clue what’s going on !!! Bout ready to just give up on this game ...because with my jumping like crazy realy effects my game play
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Vvvmrundead on 08:50 PM - 11/27/17
The movement fills alittle better but my M4 or Lvoa still jumps like crazy even with stabilty mods on the gun not shure whatís causeing this !! Whatís funny is I see people useing a controller and they almost 0 to no recoil on the guns so I have no clue whatís going on !!! Bout ready to just give up on this game ...because with my jumping like crazy realy effects my game play

Are you on xbox
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: antithesis on 01:09 AM - 11/28/17
The movement fills alittle better but my M4 or Lvoa still jumps like crazy even with stabilty mods on the gun not shure what?s causeing this !! What?s funny is I see people useing a controller and they almost 0 to no recoil on the guns so I have no clue what?s going on !!! Bout ready to just give up on this game ...because with my jumping like crazy realy effects my game play

Try an SMG. They're buttery-smooth on a Xim compared to Assault Rifles.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: GhostMachine45 on 05:28 AM - 11/28/17
Yes Xbox....Yeah I use SMGs a lot but they just donít put out the power a m4 or LVOA does.but I think I need to start useing other guns than the m4 cause they getting nerfed in the 1.8 patch coming soon...
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Frash brang on 01:15 PM - 11/28/17
What do you use for scope sensitivity?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: RML on 01:50 PM - 11/28/17
Great post OP and well thought out. Members like you are the reason I donate so much time to this community!

CHEERS!!

8)
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 11:23 PM - 12/02/17
The movement fills alittle better but my M4 or Lvoa still jumps like crazy even with stabilty mods on the gun not shure whatís causeing this !! Whatís funny is I see people useing a controller and they almost 0 to no recoil on the guns so I have no clue whatís going on !!! Bout ready to just give up on this game ...because with my jumping like crazy realy effects my game play

Interesting, you're the 2nd Xbox player that has said that. Granted, I did make this on PS4 but I don't think that should make a difference. In the videos I wasn't using any stability mods, the recoil should be very minimum with that much.
Did you change your deadzone to 0?
If so, the only thing I can think of is maybe loading in a PS4 config and see if you could map the buttons to the keyboard. I can't say it would make a difference but no harm in trying.

What do you use for scope sensitivity?

max. Scoped is extremely slow on console none the less.

Great post OP and well thought out. Members like you are the reason I donate so much time to this community!

CHEERS!!

8)

Thank you RML, for the words and knowledge!
:)
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: GhostMachine45 on 07:36 PM - 12/03/17
I put stabilty mods on my all the way around just to see the recoil plus 1pc Striker & Steady Hands on my talent tab giving me almost 100% stabilty and my gun still jumps like crazy I hve no clue what the hell is going on with this game itís just broken as hell and yes my dead zone is set to 0
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Markie_X on 05:36 AM - 12/05/17
Thank you for this setup "DontWakeDad", its working very well for me on the Xbox One.
Still find the 0 deadzone a bit iffy when running the sticky bomb (to sensitive when sniping with it)
Overall the recoil is way more managable with low and high rpm weapons, although 6x Lonestar is a problem with unlimited fire duration.

Great job mate  :)


Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: alex830630 on 06:34 PM - 12/06/17
hi thanks for your great effort, i tried this on my ps4 but it not work well, when i use LWM4 it was jump and different seems like your video, and the camra was very slow. i do set all 100 in game and dz to 0 mouse dpi 3250. is there any others setting?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: SPA69 on 10:05 AM - 01/03/18
Anyone tried this? I'm thinking about getting back into the division as there is a major division update coming out soon (It could be out I dunno)

Anth? You tried it yet?

I purchased a XIM4 long ago never put in the time to use it because I was very good with controller/strafing etc. Now after finding this post he helped me decide to use my XIM4 off/on until its perfected. I will say this with these settings he would not last a second against any good player in PVP that strafes moves well or gets in close. The movement still needs fixing but the hard work he put in shows. I will mess with these over next few weeks and see what I can do to fix the strafe/movement speed.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Vvvmrundead on 03:42 PM - 01/06/18
So after like 2 months of testing. I came to my own opinion that every mouse I've used with this config seem to have a jumping action. Then I recently purchased Logitech g502 I no longer experience the jump or jitter action. And to me it has pc like recoil even. Does anybody care to share there opinion or facts?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Bonjah on 04:53 PM - 01/16/18
How do u setup the grenade and medkit wheel. What keybindings and are u using subprofil for the mouse to act better using what u want to use? Don't get any good feeling for it yet. Any hints for me? Thx
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: SomeZero on 04:33 PM - 01/18/18
Xbox one here, just came back to the division after bailing shortly after launch. What a terrible launch it had... Anyway thanks for this, huge difference from my old configs.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: divisionbell77 on 09:22 AM - 01/22/18
I'll be trying this tonight.  Dumped this game about a month in, but the reviews on 1.8 are bringing me back in.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: caiok on 03:56 PM - 01/23/18
Sorry for hogging the thread with not very useful information other than my 5 cents!

But it seems to be different experiences for everyone with the xim and division. I use a really old config from this site, i cant even remember wich one it is and have 0 issues, the only thing i had to do was fiddle around with the dpi/sens settings abit.

Only drawback is that the turnspeed is a bit funky to master when running and need to do a 180 turn but you learn to work around it. No problems with handling recoil either on any gun (on the other hand ive been using mouse/kb since the early 90īs). Dont know the experience of players using xim4, but you dont (like many people seems to think) get aimbot accuracy just by plugging in a mouse ;)

Using a G502 / orbweaver / XB1/ XB1X / Recommended settings ingame and AA off
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Bonjah on 06:59 AM - 01/29/18
Sorry for hogging the thread with not very useful information other than my 5 cents!

But it seems to be different experiences for everyone with the xim and division. I use a really old config from this site, i cant even remember wich one it is and have 0 issues, the only thing i had to do was fiddle around with the dpi/sens settings abit.

Only drawback is that the turnspeed is a bit funky to master when running and need to do a 180 turn but you learn to work around it. No problems with handling recoil either on any gun (on the other hand ive been using mouse/kb since the early 90īs). Dont know the experience of players using xim4, but you dont (like many people seems to think) get aimbot accuracy just by plugging in a mouse ;)

Using a G502 / orbweaver / XB1/ XB1X / Recommended settings ingame and AA off
Wanna share your settings with us to try it out? Cheers!
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DrBloom on 08:46 AM - 01/29/18
G502 Owner here, I still get horrible jitters etc with everything posted here, also I get terrible framerate in the starting zone even though I am playing on a PS4 Pro... So donno what is going on there, might just be the starting area but I haven't left it because I have been trying Xim settings and its still just a jittery mess. Sometimes its smooth than all of a sudden it will jitter a little more, I have my mice setup and Division config but its still not as smooth as anything else I play on my PS4 with my Xim.

Having played Division on PC I might just have high expectations of the Xim in the PS4 version... I donno but nothing seems to be working for me :(
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: Domenic.HRO on 03:19 PM - 02/05/18
I have the same problems. I need help. Hip fire recoil is bad.  Need help please
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 12:55 PM - 03/18/18
Sorry I've been gone for a bit! But, with 1.8 dropping I'll be getting back into it.
These settings still work great but I might tweak the movement a bit.
Here's some ideas I'll be adding:

Hip config will be based on: Slower small movements with hip for skill sniping but rapid turns when flicking for run strafing. (Like controllers)
I'll see what questions I can answer as well.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 12:56 PM - 03/18/18
Thank you for this setup "DontWakeDad", its working very well for me on the Xbox One.
Still find the 0 deadzone a bit iffy when running the sticky bomb (to sensitive when sniping with it)
Overall the recoil is way more managable with low and high rpm weapons, although 6x Lonestar is a problem with unlimited fire duration.

Great job mate  :)

Thanks for the kind words, I enjoy running a healer build as well so I am working on a new hip configuration for skill-based specifically. In the mean time, if you pull out your skill then hold your ADS, you'll use the ADS settings and be able to snipe a bit better.
Hope this helps!

I will say this with these settings he would not last a second against any good player in PVP that strafes moves well or gets in close. The movement still needs fixing but the hard work he put in shows. I will mess with these over next few weeks and see what I can do to fix the strafe/movement speed.

Yeah this is a problem I ran into. While these settings work really well overall; when someone is in close and knows how to get behind and 180-shoot, I generally need to create distance to kill them since console flick aiming is limited. To counter this, I'll be making a 1-button 180 and revamping the hip config for precision aim when barely moving, then max "flicks" when the mouse reaches a certain speed.


How do u setup the grenade and medkit wheel. What keybindings and are u using subprofil for the mouse to act better using what u want to use? Don't get any good feeling for it yet. Any hints for me? Thx

Sure,  I assign keys to the right stick under Keyboard > Advanced. For example, my "1" is both "Left" and "Down" for Fire Bullets. You can make additional sub-config pages for all directions to assign each on a key and use one or two in combination to hit all options.


Having played Division on PC I might just have high expectations of the Xim in the PS4 version... I donno but nothing seems to be working for me :(

If your recoil is manageable and works well at times but then it randomly starts shooting all over the place, up-down-left-right that is the server connection and not the configuration.

The console has naturally more input lag, lower frame rates and slower look speeds... We can only compensate for so much!
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 07:31 AM - 03/20/18
Hi

Can I copy paste same config into  Xim Apex ??  How to paste in Xim apex ?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 10:59 AM - 03/21/18
Hi

Can I copy paste same config into  Xim Apex ??  How to paste in Xim apex ?

Hey, I've replied to your YouTube comment. I found a Xim4 to Xim Apex converter on the forums here: https://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=62975.0

Converter:
http://ximconvert.000webhostapp.com/convertxim4toapex.php
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: galaxguru on 06:44 PM - 03/21/18
Don't know if its just me but I'm getting some horrible jitters when the in-game deadzone is set to 0. Essential any micro-movement will result in sever jitter/stepping even when coming to a stop. Setting deadzone to 40 fixes the jitter; however, aiming feels very unresponsive and recoil is impossible to control. The jitter is present at all DPIs and settings when polling at 1000hz(0 deadzone).

My settings
EX1
1000Hz XIM APEX
G502 (3k,4k,12k DPI @ 1000Hz: Cloth pad)
BOOST = 3
HIP: 130
ADS: 50
Smoothing: HIP(15) ADS(7)
Plus Ballistics curves from this thread.

   
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 09:03 AM - 03/22/18
Hi

Can I copy paste same config into  Xim Apex ??  How to paste in Xim apex ?

Hey, I've replied to your YouTube comment. I found a Xim4 to Xim Apex converter on the forums here: https://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=62975.0

Converter:
http://ximconvert.000webhostapp.com/convertxim4toapex.php

Hi thanks

I bought  Logitech G13 keypad. Can you please give me your keypad configuration?  Help me in mapping keys ?  How to  select/use grenades  & emotes  ? 

Thanks
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 10:35 AM - 03/25/18
Don't know if its just me but I'm getting some horrible jitters when the in-game deadzone is set to 0. Essential any micro-movement will result in sever jitter/stepping even when coming to a stop. Setting deadzone to 40 fixes the jitter; however, aiming feels very unresponsive and recoil is impossible to control. The jitter is present at all DPIs and settings when polling at 1000hz(0 deadzone).

My settings
EX1
1000Hz XIM APEX
G502 (3k,4k,12k DPI @ 1000Hz: Cloth pad)
BOOST = 3
HIP: 130
ADS: 50
Smoothing: HIP(15) ADS(7)
Plus Ballistics curves from this thread.

I have to assume it's because of the sensitivity levels that create the jitter then. This config is based more for low sensitivity players. (I play at 400 dpi and 6% sensitivity in game on PC) and at around 3-10 sensitivity this config should work perfect and have no jitters. For higher sensitivity players I would recommend Sweet Evils config.


Hi thanks

I bought  Logitech G13 keypad. Can you please give me your keypad configuration?  Help me in mapping keys ?  How to  select/use grenades  & emotes  ? 

Thanks

I've switched back to using my keyboard so I don't have a G13 set up. But it's just as easy, just press the button you want for each action in the xim manager.

For grenades/emotes:
I bind my Right-Stick to keys in Keyboard > Advanced, Such as "1" to "Up", "2" to "Left", "3" to "Down" and "4" to "Right"
Then, for one button multi-directional I create a sub-config page with more bindings such as Left & Down both set to one button for fire bullets.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 10:42 AM - 03/25/18
Don't know if its just me but I'm getting some horrible jitters when the in-game deadzone is set to 0. Essential any micro-movement will result in sever jitter/stepping even when coming to a stop. Setting deadzone to 40 fixes the jitter; however, aiming feels very unresponsive and recoil is impossible to control. The jitter is present at all DPIs and settings when polling at 1000hz(0 deadzone).

My settings
EX1
1000Hz XIM APEX
G502 (3k,4k,12k DPI @ 1000Hz: Cloth pad)
BOOST = 3
HIP: 130
ADS: 50
Smoothing: HIP(15) ADS(7)
Plus Ballistics curves from this thread.

I have to assume it's because of the sensitivity levels that create the jitter then. This config is based more for low sensitivity players. (I play at 400 dpi and 6% sensitivity in game on PC) and at around 3-10 sensitivity this config should work perfect and have no jitters. For higher sensitivity players I would recommend Sweet Evils config.


Hi thanks

I bought  Logitech G13 keypad. Can you please give me your keypad configuration?  Help me in mapping keys ?  How to  select/use grenades  & emotes  ? 

Thanks

I've switched back to using my keyboard so I don't have a G13 set up. But it's just as easy, just press the button you want for each action in the xim manager.

For grenades/emotes:
I bind my Right-Stick to keys in Keyboard > Advanced, Such as "1" to "Up", "2" to "Left", "3" to "Down" and "4" to "Right"
Then, for one button multi-directional I create a sub-config page with more bindings such as Left & Down both set to one button for fire bullets.


U mentioned  sensitivity in game on pc ?   But  you do play with xim on Ps4  right ?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 12:00 PM - 03/25/18
U mentioned  sensitivity in game on pc ?   But  you do play with xim on Ps4  right ?

Yes, I play PS4 with Xim. I mentioned my sensitivity in game on PC in relation to this configuration being for low sensitivity players.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: parifuture on 12:59 AM - 03/26/18
Thank you so much! for talking time to do this post. My game is working perfectly. Still trying to figure out the recoil thing but its almost near perfect now.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: tylerthecook on 09:31 AM - 04/13/18
I don't know if there is a necro rule or not on these forums but after reading some Xbox players having troubles with this config I thought I'd try it out, figuring it'd have to be better than the default settings. Currently running no stability mods on my LWM4 and it's totally buffered towards CHC and CHD and I can just laserbeam headshots. This is awesome. Thank you OP!
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 03:28 AM - 04/15/18
Hi Dontwakeupdad

If you dont get  Xim apex soon, I WILL  AWAKE DAD UP , I WON'T LET DAD SLEEP !    U posting stuff about xim4 isn't helping me ( noob ) .

I can make a donation towards your purcahse of Xim Apex.  Otherwise I wont let DAD SLEEP !
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: GhostMachine45 on 03:59 PM - 04/15/18
Does all the settings work well with the APEX
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 03:25 AM - 04/17/18
Does all the settings work well with the APEX

Hi.  Not tested yet ,  are you  vghostmachine on ps4 ? 😈   
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: shthappensbro on 04:06 AM - 04/17/18
PREFACE
After playing The Division on the PC and coming back to console, I noticed a couple of things with the standard ST and custom STs that V3n0m and Sweet Evil have put out. I have tried all the configurations for this game and each one had its own strengths and weaknesses.

The Standard & V3n0m's Config: Works okay! I used V3n0m's for my healer build and it worked really well for precise movement and SMGs. But, when playing in PvP I had a couple of problems with these configurations.
The first is "Input lag", I believe this is from the Dead Zone. When you are aiming freely in the environment, it works nice. But once Aim Assist kicks in there's an aggressive "stuck-ness", with an AR it's impossible to control the recoil. In addition, this made it very hard to switch targets without "pop shotting" (going out of ADS, and back in ADS to trigger Aim Assist).

The second problem was "Desyncing". This happened when ADSing, rapidly moving the mouse back and forth when someone is strafing caused this strange effect when your mouse would keep going when you stopped moving it and the more it happened, the more your mouse would feel lagging behind. From all the posts about this, both of these have been mainly chalked up to the console's translation of the game. I've played with the controller, never had I had this effect. I believe this is due to the Dead Zone as well.

Sweet Evil's Config: I basically gave up trying to use KB&M with The Division in PvP until I saw Sweet Evil's configuration the other day. His config fixed both of the problems I was having with the default and V3nom's config. Setting the Dead Zone to 0 allowed me to control recoil and when rapidly moving the mouse, I didn't have the syncing issues. But, there were horrible "Jitters" when trying to move my mouse in small movements. It would move only in snapping "right angles" at slower speeds which killed the precision for me. In addition, this configuration still had that "stuck-ness" aim assist feel where mouse movement felt extremely inconsistent, you couldn't track a running target or switch targets mid-clip.

Well, after being intimidated by the ballistics ever since I've purchased the Xim... I decided that I wanted to try to create a custom configuration. I read up on RML's Advanced Settings "How To" Guides, I took a look at his curves for the anti-aim assist to get an idea of what it all means (THANK YOU, RML!). Then, I played around for hours trying to create a more 1:1 config.

PREVIEW

I've included two videos.
The first one is just chopped clips from a couple of solo games and the second is an entire solo Last Stand match to showcase how the settings work in entirety.
I wanted to point out a couple of things in the chopped up clips, showing what this configuration can do. Forewarning, I've only started playing shooter games on KB&M this year- only some months ago. My aim does not justify this configuration!

http://www.youtube.com/v/QGMK-ya6uqk&hd=1

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGMK-ya6uqk

0:50-0:53 Shows the run tracking ability of this config, notice how the enemy player runs passed my ally and a car, yet I didn't have to change the pace of my mouse. This consistency allows for a lot more precision.
1:20-1:26 Shows me unloading an entire clip of my LWM4 with the targeting moving in and out of cover object and retaining stability the entire time.
1:38-1:42, 3:01-3:20 Shows enough responsiveness to track the roll, then target swap halfway through the clip.
4:07-4:28 Shows precision ability in small openings, headshot tracking moving target.
4:36-4:39 Shows Micro-movement of aiming at an npc behind cover.

http://www.youtube.com/v/drpxhdMkUkM&hd=1

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drpxhdMkUkM

CONFIGURATION
Mouse: G502
DPI: 3250
Polling: 1000

In-Game Settings
Sensitivity: 100
ADS Sens: 100
Dead Zone: 0

ADS:

(https://i.imgur.com/ZS5UppF.png)
Code: [Select]
>>> XIM4 [Mouse Ballistics] START PASTE >>>
X4MB:AAAAGgA0AC4AMAAwAC4AMgAwADEANgAwADQAMAA1ABo4UF9vfIyetMjIyMjIyMjIyMjI:X4MB
<<< XIM4 END PASTE <<<

Explanation: These settings are a bit in unconventional. This is to overcome the varying recoil and stuck-ness in the AA. I originally messed with the X/Y ratio to create a easier more consistent recoil pattern but it made the aiming very inconsistent where it would aim high/low off target and then aim slowly when on target.
The ADS is configured to a slower sensitivity, starts at 0 and then ramps up to 13, 28, 40. The 0 is set to keep a non-jittery movement at absolute minimum speeds. The 13 was my sweet spot for countering recoil. this is the first half of the clips. The 28 helped counter the recoil for the second half. The 40 jump allows for the "responsiveness", for changing targets mid clip or needing to pull down further mid clip when a target is going down steps or hopping over something.
The rest is an incremental increase of 7 sensitivity to allow for a quicker response than the overall lower sensitivity setting, this is to keep the aim slow when barely moving, but ramp up speed the more it's moved across for tracking running targets.

HIP:

(https://i.imgur.com/FOBEupK.png)
Code: [Select]
>>> XIM4 [Mouse Ballistics] START PASTE >>>
X4MB:AAAAGgA0AC4AMAAwAC4AMgAwADEANgAwADQAMAA1AAoUHigyRlpugpagoKCgoKCgoKCg:X4MB
<<< XIM4 END PASTE <<<

Explanation: This configuration is quite simple, it's a bit higher sensitivity. Allows for linear hip-firing and ramps up highly for when I'm moving my mouse across for turning. The end cuts off to "ride the turn limit" and works beautifully for 90 degree swipes. I've set the X/Y at .50 to keep my aim centered when moving around rapidly and quickly scoping in. What this does is make my X axis (turning) move twice as fast as my Y axis (looking up and down).

HAVE FUN & ENJOY!


Does this work with xim apex I was just getting back in the game and I was trying the game out with the st on xim apex and it sucks I quite playing the game after that lol
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: YogurtcuBayram on 09:04 AM - 04/30/18
Anyone have apex curve for deadzone 0 ?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 11:54 PM - 06/07/18
Hi ? Have you bought Xim Apex ?




Let him sleep
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 08:24 PM - 09/05/18
New configuration posted, updated for patch 1.8.3 on 9/5/2018.

Includes:
-Improved ADS and Hip settings.
-Auto Sprinting/Strafing.
-1-Button 180 turns.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: Laydou on 10:33 AM - 09/06/18
hi i cope the last confg for xim4 the division but i convert to xim apex he dont work to me error plz help do one for xim apex whit strafe
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: Au1d Yin on 11:23 AM - 09/06/18
Hi ... first off, thanks for the time and effort you put into this.
I followed the link and downloaded the ads code and hip code, but both showed up as the same ballistic curve of the old config.
I tried the ads a few times, then the hip but it always showed the old config curve.
I then returned my ballistics to a straight line and downloaded again .... it gave me the old curve :(
This is on xim4 btw ... thanks again for sharing, hope I can get a solution.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 04:25 PM - 09/06/18
hi i cope the last confg for xim4 the division but i convert to xim apex he dont work to me error plz help do one for xim apex whit strafe

That's because it's only a curve converter. It won't convert an entire profile, but the auto sprint/strafe is really easy to set up. Enter the Hip configuration and go to the secondary buttons, then enter "W" as sprint. This way to just press "W" to sprint forward and let go and press "A" or "D" to strafe. Go into your ADS profile and unclick "Inherit Buttons from Primary", then take off the "W" on sprint so it doesnt apply while ADSing.

Hi ... first off, thanks for the time and effort you put into this.
I followed the link and downloaded the ads code and hip code, but both showed up as the same ballistic curve of the old config.
I tried the ads a few times, then the hip but it always showed the old config curve.
I then returned my ballistics to a straight line and downloaded again .... it gave me the old curve :(
This is on xim4 btw ... thanks again for sharing, hope I can get a solution.

Oh, thank you for noticing! I must have left the code there when I added it as a placeholder. I've updated it.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: S13002931 on 02:17 AM - 09/07/18
hi i cope the last confg for xim4 the division but i convert to xim apex he dont work to me error plz help do one for xim apex whit strafe

That's because it's only a curve converter. It won't convert an entire profile, but the auto sprint/strafe is really easy to set up. Enter the Hip configuration and go to the secondary buttons, then enter "W" as sprint. This way to just press "W" to sprint forward and let go and press "A" or "D" to strafe. Go into your ADS profile and unclick "Inherit Buttons from Primary", then take off the "W" on sprint so it doesnt apply while ADSing.

Hi ... first off, thanks for the time and effort you put into this.
I followed the link and downloaded the ads code and hip code, but both showed up as the same ballistic curve of the old config.
I tried the ads a few times, then the hip but it always showed the old config curve.
I then returned my ballistics to a straight line and downloaded again .... it gave me the old curve :(
This is on xim4 btw ... thanks again for sharing, hope I can get a solution.

Oh, thank you for noticing! I must have left the code there when I added it as a placeholder. I've updated it.

Hi Daddy

Do you have xim apex now ? Or still xim4 ?
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 09:41 AM - 09/07/18
Hi Daddy

Do you have xim apex now ? Or still xim4 ?

Haha sorry! Still on the xim 4 for now. I am curious how the curves translate to the apex if you want to try them out.

EDIT: Actually, I just put in an order for one. Should be coming in the next few days, but I probably won't have a profile made for it for a bit.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: S13002931 on 03:31 PM - 09/08/18
Hi Daddy

Do you have xim apex now ? Or still xim4 ?

Haha sorry! Still on the xim 4 for now. I am curious how the curves translate to the apex if you want to try them out.



EDIT: Actually, I just put in an order for one. Should be coming in the next few days, but I probably won't have a profile made for it for a bit.

Hi

Thanks , will wait for you to release Xim Apex configuration for The Division .

Thanks again.

:)   do you prefer Navigation controller or keyboard or keypad? What peripherals do you use ??

Thanks
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles [No Input Lag, No Desync, No Jitters]
Post by: S13002931 on 04:04 PM - 09/08/18
Don't know if its just me but I'm getting some horrible jitters when the in-game deadzone is set to 0. Essential any micro-movement will result in sever jitter/stepping even when coming to a stop. Setting deadzone to 40 fixes the jitter; however, aiming feels very unresponsive and recoil is impossible to control. The jitter is present at all DPIs and settings when polling at 1000hz(0 deadzone).

My settings
EX1
1000Hz XIM APEX
G502 (3k,4k,12k DPI @ 1000Hz: Cloth pad)
BOOST = 3
HIP: 130
ADS: 50
Smoothing: HIP(15) ADS(7)
Plus Ballistics curves from this thread.

I have to assume it's because of the sensitivity levels that create the jitter then. This config is based more for low sensitivity players. (I play at 400 dpi and 6% sensitivity in game on PC) and at around 3-10 sensitivity this config should work perfect and have no jitters. For higher sensitivity players I would recommend Sweet Evils config.


Hi thanks

I bought  Logitech G13 keypad. Can you please give me your keypad configuration?  Help me in mapping keys ?  How to  select/use grenades  & emotes  ? 

Thanks

I've switched back to using my keyboard so I don't have a G13 set up. But it's just as easy, just press the button you want for each action in the xim manager.

For grenades/emotes:
I bind my Right-Stick to keys in Keyboard > Advanced, Such as "1" to "Up", "2" to "Left", "3" to "Down" and "4" to "Right"
Then, for one button multi-directional I create a sub-config page with more bindings such as Left & Down both set to one button for fire bullets.

Grenades/emotes:

I can't figure out how to do on xim apex.   I am glad you have bought Xim Apex.  I hope you will be able to create a detailed configuration for xim apex ( The Division)

Thank you, excited
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: gmanhunt on 11:06 AM - 09/11/18
Hi I am new to the xim apex , so far I love it , but was hoping for a better configuration for the division. This one looked promising ,but was for xim4 and not apex. Has anyone been able to create this for the apex?






-Thanks
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: M_A_D_20 on 01:16 PM - 09/11/18
Hi I am new to the xim apex , so far I love it , but was hoping for a better configuration for the division. This one looked promising ,but was for xim4 and not apex. Has anyone been able to create this for the apex?






-Thanks

If you go to the apex discussion section of the forum there is a thread near the top which allow you to convert xim4 curves to apex.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: DontWakeDad on 11:39 PM - 09/14/18
:)   do you prefer Navigation controller or keyboard or keypad? What peripherals do you use ??

I use G213 Keyboard, nothing fancy just a regular one.

Hi I am new to the xim apex , so far I love it , but was hoping for a better configuration for the division. This one looked promising ,but was for xim4 and not apex. Has anyone been able to create this for the apex?
-Thanks

I've just recently bought a Xim Apex and am currently working on a configuration for it, it will be some time though.
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: S13002931 on 02:53 PM - 10/11/18
:)   do you prefer Navigation controller or keyboard or keypad? What peripherals do you use ??

I use G213 Keyboard, nothing fancy just a regular one.

Hi I am new to the xim apex , so far I love it , but was hoping for a better configuration for the division. This one looked promising ,but was for xim4 and not apex. Has anyone been able to create this for the apex?
-Thanks

I've just recently bought a Xim Apex and am currently working on a configuration for it, it will be some time though.


Waiting  :)   
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: S13002931 on 11:13 AM - 10/20/18
:)   do you prefer Navigation controller or keyboard or keypad? What peripherals do you use ??

I use G213 Keyboard, nothing fancy just a regular one.

Hi I am new to the xim apex , so far I love it , but was hoping for a better configuration for the division. This one looked promising ,but was for xim4 and not apex. Has anyone been able to create this for the apex?
-Thanks

I've just recently bought a Xim Apex and am currently working on a configuration for it, it will be some time though.

Hi

Any update  ?

Thanks
Title: Re: The Division: Config for Assault Rifles(No Input Lag/No Jitters)[UPDATED 9/5/18]
Post by: jp1310 on 08:50 PM - 01/21/19
:)   do you prefer Navigation controller or keyboard or keypad? What peripherals do you use ??

I use G213 Keyboard, nothing fancy just a regular one.

Hi. Any update?
How you solved the problem with auto strafe? Can help?
Thank you.

Hi. Any update?
How you solved the problem with auto strafe? Can you help?
Thank you.

Hi I am new to the xim apex , so far I love it , but was hoping for a better configuration for the division. This one looked promising ,but was for xim4 and not apex. Has anyone been able to create this for the apex?
-Thanks

I've just recently bought a Xim Apex and am currently working on a configuration for it, it will be some time though.
Hi. Any update?
How you solved the problem with auto strafe? Can you help?
Thank you