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Title: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 11:18 AM - 05/12/18
here is a video with a quick summary of what aim assist is and how you can increase or decrease its effect
this can be very helpfull in games that dont have any aim assist control option in the game settings itself


Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7yvB4a0YVU


Link to previous tutorials:

Best XIM Mouse DPI Settings: http://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=65749.0
How To Find Your Perfect Mouse Sensitivity: http://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=60845.0
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: HGEC BUTCHR on 05:52 PM - 05/12/18
Hello Odin
Do I understand this in the right manner?
To have a good AA my sampling rate should be 500Hz (with my mouse and the Xim)
And the sync on common and DPI on 4000.
That's exactly how I play:
Razer Basilisk 500Hz 4000Dpi
Xim Apex 500Hz
Sync Common
Hip: 16 / Ads: 13
COD WW2
Are the good conditions that the AA works well?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: HGEC BUTCHR on 06:03 PM - 05/12/18
Or should my settings that I had before the video stay?
The goods:
Razer Basilisk 16000Dpi 1000Hz
Xim Apex 1000Hz
Hip: 4 / Ads: 3.25
COD WW2
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Ziggy on 06:28 PM - 05/12/18
Thanks a lot for this one, been curious about these since day 1. I eventually figured out how to reduce as much aim assist as possible and this matches that perfectly, so I really appreciate the video.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 07:31 PM - 05/12/18
Hello Odin
Do I understand this in the right manner?
To have a good AA my sampling rate should be 500Hz (with my mouse and the Xim)
And the sync on common and DPI on 4000.
That's exactly how I play:
Razer Basilisk 500Hz 4000Dpi
Xim Apex 500Hz
Sync Common
Hip: 16 / Ads: 13
COD WW2
Are the good conditions that the AA works well?

these settings will give you more aim assist than the one you used previously with 16000 dpi
on top of that your mouse movements should also be much smoother and more precise with those new settings above
so overall it should be a really huge jump in terms of mouse movement quality and aim assist
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: elementcs13 on 08:46 PM - 05/12/18
What's your opinion on aim assist for fortnite? I'm currently using 12k dpi, and I do well with it, but I'm curious if more aim assist and lower dpi would make me deadlier in game.

I know fortnites AA is kinda weird with following targets and all that, what are your thoughts?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: HGEC BUTCHR on 01:00 AM - 05/13/18
Thanks Odin
Not only for this but for all your videos.
I will keep the new settings and I will try to find my perfect sensitivity and then practice only practice.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: antithesis on 03:18 AM - 05/13/18
What's your opinion on aim assist for fortnite? I'm currently using 12k dpi, and I do well with it, but I'm curious if more aim assist and lower dpi would make me deadlier in game.

I know fortnites AA is kinda weird with following targets and all that, what are your thoughts?
Fortnite has obscene amounts of AA and it can easily be manipulated via scripting using simple ADS spam. Not the smartest thing to do though as it'll show in observe mode, replays and streams. If you get reported there's a good chance you'll be hit with the banhammer, so don't do it, but it does demonstrate how much AA is in the game.

Even without scripting, AA is really strong at short to mid range, which is kinda the opposite of most games. If you play the long game and prefer to snipe, stick with high DPI. If you run and gun, go with low DPI and watch those bullets get sucked into the hitbox.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Double J STL on 07:15 AM - 05/13/18
What's your opinion on aim assist for fortnite? I'm currently using 12k dpi, and I do well with it, but I'm curious if more aim assist and lower dpi would make me deadlier in game.

I know fortnites AA is kinda weird with following targets and all that, what are your thoughts?
Fortnite has obscene amounts of AA and it can easily be manipulated via scripting using simple ADS spam. Not the smartest thing to do though as it'll show in observe mode, replays and streams. If you get reported there's a good chance you'll be hit with the banhammer, so don't do it, but it does demonstrate how much AA is in the game.

Even without scripting, AA is really strong at short to mid range, which is kinda the opposite of most games. If you play the long game and prefer to snipe, stick with high DPI. If you run and gun, go with low DPI and watch those bullets get sucked into the hitbox.

Has anyone actually been banned for ADS spam??? Any written literature from Epic or even a forum post proving so? Any written warning regarding using Titan 2 scripts as being prohibited? If so where does it stop? Is KBM "cheating" what about anti recoil or rapid fire (much harder to notice) is that "cheating?"
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: antithesis on 04:04 PM - 05/13/18
Any macro that is repeatable, like rapidfire or antirecoil, is considered cheating according to the EULA of pretty much any game. One-shot macros for the most part are still considered cheating, but some games allow them, such as World of Warcraft. Go to the Fortnite forums and you'll find posts about macros.

If you want to wear the risk, go ahead and use them. I personally don't have an issue with RF or AR (there's no need for either in Fortnite), as there's an accessibility justification for macroability, but I am aware that using them is in breach of the game's EULA.

My point is, don't be surprised if Epic lays down the banhammer for AA abuse because it is easy to detect in observe mode or a game recording. This is noteworthy because any player can view any other player in their recording.

It's also a breach of Twitch's terms of service to use macros in a multiplayer game, so it's not a smart idea to use them while streaming. I assume YouTube, Facebook and Mixer have similar policies.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Qilc on 04:56 PM - 05/13/18
Any tips for widowmaker in Overwatch? I feel with my current setup I get very little AA while playing widow maker. I do fairly well (~50% accuracy), but I was wondering if you can get a "lock on" experience with widow maker with some of the suggestions you mentioned? I'm on vacation atm, which is why I cannot experiment.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: thediscobiscuits on 06:11 PM - 05/13/18
This is an awesome tutorial. Good work buddy! You and the rest of the XIM team is much appreciated.

Should we use the ballistic curve you provided to have even more AA? Is it a universal curve for most games would you say?

It was interesting learning about the keyboard vs nav control and how the nav gives more aim assist??
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: lmulli on 02:48 AM - 05/14/18
Should we use the ballistic curve you provided to have even more AA? Is it a universal curve for most games would you say?

I tried the curve and it felt horrible to be fair.  Such slow mouse movements to start with and then a feeling of it being accelerated up to its normal speed, with plenty of jitter along the way. Not my cup of tea at all, however, it may work for others.

I don't think you can go far wrong with the default curve personally.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 07:43 PM - 05/14/18
Any tips for widowmaker in Overwatch? I feel with my current setup I get very little AA while playing widow maker. I do fairly well (~50% accuracy), but I was wondering if you can get a "lock on" experience with widow maker with some of the suggestions you mentioned? I'm on vacation atm, which is why I cannot experiment.

go with 500hz, 3000-4000 dpi, sync commong and set the aim window size to 30
this should greatly help you with the aim assist, especially the window size makes a big difference
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 07:45 PM - 05/14/18
Should we use the ballistic curve you provided to have even more AA? Is it a universal curve for most games would you say?

I tried the curve and it felt horrible to be fair.  Such slow mouse movements to start with and then a feeling of it being accelerated up to its normal speed, with plenty of jitter along the way. Not my cup of tea at all, however, it may work for others.

I don't think you can go far wrong with the default curve personally.

the curve is just a guideline, means its outcome can be different across games
in some games the curve might work out of the box, in other games you have to customize its graph slightly to reduce its effect (move it in the first and last third closer to the linear default graph)
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: mjfame on 03:26 AM - 05/15/18
Hello Odin
Do I understand this in the right manner?
To have a good AA my sampling rate should be 500Hz (with my mouse and the Xim)
And the sync on common and DPI on 4000.
That's exactly how I play:
Razer Basilisk 500Hz 4000Dpi
Xim Apex 500Hz
Sync Common
Hip: 16 / Ads: 13
COD WW2
Are the good conditions that the AA works well?

your basilisk will perform best at 1800DPI or lower. I own one and tested more combos than I would like to admit. I use a g pro now though.

that said there are ways to make low dpi play nicely with xim.

I recommend you test these dpi steps

400 , 450, 800, 1350, 1800. these were my favorite dpi values with the basilisk.

also if you do not know this already you can run the basilisk at 1,000Hz without Synapse but only by setting your profile via synapse. whatever settings you had active with synapse before disconnecting from PC will be auto-stored on the white profile. that is the only profile that will properly run Hzb other than 500. note that the basilisk will falsely report 1,000Hz to Xim Manager after a few min when not actually running 1,000Hz on other user stored profiles.

lastly, if you turn the tension wheel so that the scroll wheel has the least resistance it will feel more balanced in the hand and glide a bit better especially for vertical swipes.

just wanted to pass this info to a fellow Basilisk owner.

like I said the G PRO is my main mouse now and it's the best imo



if you are struggling with breaking the aim assist bubble in cod you should first consider  using a straight ballistic to boost your movements by setting a steep straight curve to 100% at the 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 mark on the ballistic editor. be sure to adjust your sens by multiplying your vanilla sens x .02 , .04, .06, .08,. .1 or .12 depending on which you choose. 

100% ballistic from firsy notch 2.00 is the steepest and is fantastic for just about everything in ww2.

from the 3rd notch 6.00 is a great one for snipes.


you could also just use smoothing around 5 to 8 works pretty well but the ballistic basically does the same thing without creating any additional delay or extra play in the aim which is why I prefer the ballistic approach.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: nax on 01:48 PM - 05/15/18
So odin you say that we should use a mouse refresh rate
between 125 and 500 inclusive right? But isnt it right
that you have at 1000hz less input lag?

And a question to Smoothing. Should we always use
an value between 7 and 15 to increase aim assist etc?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Mazen al shami on 02:02 PM - 05/15/18
apex hz 125 ... mouse hz 125 .... synz commen ...... dpi 3000 ..... use smoothiness ... did every thing video said .... aim assist not better or stronger .... why  is that and the game is bf1 btw
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 02:27 PM - 05/15/18
So odin you say that we should use a mouse refresh rate
between 125 and 500 inclusive right? But isnt it right
that you have at 1000hz less input lag?

And a question to Smoothing. Should we always use
an value between 7 and 15 to increase aim assist etc?

the difference between 500hz and 1000hz is just one millisecond, you will not really feel an additional millisecond delay :)
as for smoothing id recommend to start at around 3 and then slowly increase it, at one point youll notice the smoothing in a negative way so dont go any further than that then


apex hz 125 ... mouse hz 125 .... synz commen ...... dpi 3000 ..... use smoothiness ... did every thing video said .... aim assist not better or stronger .... why  is that and the game is bf1 btw

it could be that one of your devices is affecting the aim assist by stutter or other things, or your previous settings already had a lot of aim assist and you can hardly notice the difference
then there are also aim assist differences between classes/weapons in bf1 and also both aim assist options need to be active in the bf1 game settings

i would check your base config and see how the mouse behaves and if you can identify something that might cause an issue for the aim assist
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Mazen al shami on 02:52 PM - 05/15/18
setting is all as recomended ... aa and slowdown both on ..... but what did you mean that one of my devices is effecting the aa ... all i have is xim apex and mouse naga 2012  and ps4 ..... but i notice as i get the ads sens higher .. ?  the aa is little bit better
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 08:29 AM - 05/16/18
for instance your mouse could cause micro stutter, this will reduce the aim assist
potential reasons are
- polling rate is too high, eg the mouse has no onboard memory and falls back to 125hz without the pc driver running in the back
- sensor is very old, eg native dpi is 1600 and anything above that is upscaled

i would recommend you to test a different game too
bf1 has a lot of aim assist differences between weapons, eg the amoung you zoom in also changes it
in a different game you might be able to see an aim assist increase or decreaste difference more easily, which should help you to understand if your adjustments are working or if a certain device might interfere
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Sl3vin on 11:48 AM - 05/16/18
Anybody tested this in fortnite?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: sbfx on 01:41 PM - 05/16/18
Is there any consensus for 500 Hz polling rate vs. 1000 in Fortnite? I've been running 3200 DPI based on this video's recommendations and been doing a bit better than when I used to run 12k DPI.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 02:46 PM - 05/16/18
Is there any consensus for 500 Hz polling rate vs. 1000 in Fortnite? I've been running 3200 DPI based on this video's recommendations and been doing a bit better than when I used to run 12k DPI.

i will upload a polling rate tutorial next, here is the short version of it

go on this website and test if your mouse can do steady 1000hz by drawing very fast circles
if it doesnt then go 500hz for both the xim and the mouse

https://zowie.benq.com/en-eu/support/mouse-rate-checker.html
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Sl3vin on 02:48 PM - 05/16/18
I tested it now 2h in fortnite. For me it dosent change anything
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 02:51 PM - 05/16/18
I tested it now 2h in fortnite. For me it dosent change anything

then try the opposite and you will notice the difference
your current settings might have been pretty close to your old ones in terms of aim assist, therefore you didnt notice much

also fortnite has a major focus on target lock and sticky target, means you will only notice something on slow aim corrections and the moments you try to swtich targets or move your crosshair away from one
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: MarcTheSmark on 11:13 AM - 05/17/18
When looking at this video what is the downside of turning both mouse and XIM to 250hz vs 500hz? I am assuming smoothness, but could the added aim assist justify the move? Also using a Logitech G502 with 3200 DPI if that matters.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 11:49 AM - 05/17/18
the downsize from going from 500hz to 250hz is that you have a 2 millisecond higher delay
500hz has a 2 millisecond delay and 250hz has 4 millisecond delay
some people might notice the difference, others wont

so best is to try both and see what works best for you
i would necessarily recommend to go below 500hz since it doesnt add all that much aim assist anyway, adjusting the sync option and the dpi have much more of an impact to the aim assist than polling
(yet its one of the few options that dont really change your mouse accuracy so should be perfered over using smoothing or ballisitc curves)
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: thediscobiscuits on 12:03 PM - 05/17/18
the downsize from going from 500hz to 250hz is that you have a 2 millisecond higher delay
500hz has a 2 millisecond delay and 250hz has 4 millisecond delay
some people might notice the difference, others wont

so best is to try both and see what works best for you
i would necessarily recommend to go below 500hz since it doesnt add all that much aim assist anyway, adjusting the sync option and the dpi have much more of an impact to the aim assist than polling
(yet its one of the few options that dont really change your mouse accuracy so should be perfered over using smoothing or ballisitc curves)

How come you run 1000hz then if you're suggesting 500hz? Or are you not suggesting that? lol. I have the same zowie mouse as you just the B series.. i have the A series as well. Should I just keep my mouse on 1000hz? I do circles on that zowie site and get 1k... and on the dx mouse timer program my average/peak stays at like 1021hz. I'm pretty sure I don't experience any jitter on 3200dpi and 1khz. Plus isn't zowie known for high quality sensors built into their mice?

Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 02:31 PM - 05/17/18
if your mouse has steady 1000hz then yeah, you can use that
its just that not every mouse has a perfect build quality and a flawless cpu to reach 1000hz, it would make mice too pricey if every mouse has to reach 100%
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: sbfx on 10:36 PM - 05/17/18
Is there any consensus for 500 Hz polling rate vs. 1000 in Fortnite? I've been running 3200 DPI based on this video's recommendations and been doing a bit better than when I used to run 12k DPI.

i will upload a polling rate tutorial next, here is the short version of it

go on this website and test if your mouse can do steady 1000hz by drawing very fast circles
if it doesnt then go 500hz for both the xim and the mouse

https://zowie.benq.com/en-eu/support/mouse-rate-checker.html

I'm running consistently at 960-980 Hz. Is this okay? Or should I drop down to 500 Hz?

Also, when lowering DPI and thus increasing aim assist, do you recommend adding a curve, such as RML's anti aim assist curve?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: lmulli on 12:06 AM - 05/18/18
I'm running consistently at 960-980 Hz. Is this okay? Or should I drop down to 500 Hz?

Also, when lowering DPI and thus increasing aim assist, do you recommend adding a curve, such as RML's anti aim assist curve?

Thats what my pretty much all my devices seem to register using the Zowie website, and the mouserate.exe, however, using the Direct Input Mouse Rate application, they all hit over the 1Khz mark consistently.

I'm using my mouse at 500hz in any case on the basis that when it's set to 1Khz, and using the test methods above, unless I am moving my mouse about like a crazy fool, it generally gets nowhere near the 1Khz mark, and when playing games, I don't generally move my mouse in such a manner, so figured it a better option.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: sbfx on 08:35 AM - 05/18/18
I'm running consistently at 960-980 Hz. Is this okay? Or should I drop down to 500 Hz?

Also, when lowering DPI and thus increasing aim assist, do you recommend adding a curve, such as RML's anti aim assist curve?

Thats what my pretty much all my devices seem to register using the Zowie website, and the mouserate.exe, however, using the Direct Input Mouse Rate application, they all hit over the 1Khz mark consistently.

I'm using my mouse at 500hz in any case on the basis that when it's set to 1Khz, and using the test methods above, unless I am moving my mouse about like a crazy fool, it generally gets nowhere near the 1Khz mark, and when playing games, I don't generally move my mouse in such a manner, so figured it a better option.

Awesome explanation, makes perfect sense. I will most likely be using 500 Hz from now on - both mouse configuration and XIM manager. I suppose it also feels more comfortable too.

When I move my mouse around slowly, I am getting 600-800 Hz. It takes a lot of fast movements to get up to 960-990. I am a wrist aimer and tend to move quickly, but micro movements are definitely an exception.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 10:19 AM - 05/18/18
those polling rate tests arent all that accurate but they show a rough result of what the mouse is capable of
most mice arent designed to hit constant 1000hz so usually 500hz is a more reliable polling rate

as for the RML ballistic curve, no i wouldnt use it for now
give it a few games first before you add a curve for your new dpi level, the reason is that curves have a much larger impact on your muscle memory and mouse precision than changing the dpi for a small aim assist adjustment
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: SourWax702 on 09:33 PM - 06/17/18
 i have a Perixx MX‑2000 IIB mouse what would be the best polling and dpi for PubG ?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 07:40 AM - 06/18/18
i have a Perixx MX‑2000 IIB mouse what would be the best polling and dpi for PubG ?

DPI probably 3000-4000 and in terms of polling rate you have to test it by your own as every mouse is different
here you can find a tutorial on how to find your best mouse polling rate:

http://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=66646.0;topicseen
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Djurik on 02:55 AM - 03/03/20
Hi using PC with 200-400 DPI with Xim Apex, will that have an impact to AA? Do i need to increase it to 3200 or with 200-400 it should works normally?
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 10:15 AM - 03/03/20
Your mouse dpi will noticeably increase the aim assist, but i would strongy recommend you to use at least 800 dpi or more to prevent heavy mouse stutter during micro movements. For optimal mouse movements you should use at least 3000 dpi, the XIM doesnt work like a PC where you are fine to run low dpi values.
More about the optimal dpi value + aim assist here https://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=65749.0
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Djurik on 08:08 PM - 03/03/20
Hi. Had tried that yesterday with 3200 DPI, think AA was better, but few thing didnt like - one is i think my mistake, added too much SAB, so was restricted on movement, another one is a odd thing happened to my controls (let me know if i need to create a separate topic for this):

1 - I bounded looting setup to my E button with 700ms activation delay (no toggle). After holding E - mouse movements start to move double as fast, after 700ms pass - it works as intended. I already unbind E and tested - this thing doesnt happened, how to find why this happening? My E bounded in HIP for reload and Pick up only, nothing else

2. After increasing DPI - i cant use selector wheel properly for Ping and Health Items with a mouse, the selector only capture if drag the mouse into the item direction for quite awhile, but with 200 DPI it was smooth rotating. Tried change Aim and Boost till very low, still same or not detecting movement at all. Sync common for all same.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 09:44 PM - 03/03/20
Hey,

for 1) This can be caused due to several things, go though them step by step:
- you picked ADS translator instead of HIP translator in the sub config (or vice versa)
- you have to adjust the delay value as the game you play has no delay during that transition
- your sub config xim sensitivity is too high

for 2) You can solve this by using the turn assist feature or use another sub config for healing items and other interactions
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Djurik on 08:41 PM - 03/07/20
1. Game is Apex Legends, there is 600ms delay for open looting boxes. Found where the problem is. I had set for this item higher aim sensitivity, so that can move cursor faster in menu, but once i press the button this sensitivity immediately takes place even with smooth aim transition and 600ms delay. Shouldn't it wait these 600ms or is this something to look on for the thext FW update?

2. Still cant get it right. Tried set up from scratch on another settings page, translator same, turn assist same button activation, still same. If anyone have similar set up whats your settings for this then? DPI 3200.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Od1n on 08:44 PM - 03/07/20
What if you untick smooth aim transition? Then it will take place at 600 milliseconds without a ramp up time.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: Djurik on 10:41 PM - 03/07/20
I need that 600ms delay, but unfortunately if doesnt apply to sensitivity with/without smooth transition, only other bindings will be activated after 600ms, but sensitivity immediately. But is ok, i solve it by setting the same sensitivity with hip and increase sensitivity for menus in controller settings, other sub menus adjusted for this also.
Title: Re: Tutorial - How To Increase & Decrease Aim Assist
Post by: ZOMBIES! on 01:36 PM - 04/02/20
Hi using PC with 200-400 DPI with Xim Apex, will that have an impact to AA? Do i need to increase it to 3200 or with 200-400 it should works normally?

As above, those values are too low for Xim, it won't perform well. 800 DPI for me works really well if I use it with 1000hz polling and plenty of smoothing (15 smoothing works well for me on BO4). I basically run the MJFame config but with no curve and the sensitivity lowered a little. With that setup 10-20 smoothing is recommended, how much depends on stutter and also how much aim assist you like. More smoothing = stronger aim assist.