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Title: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 11:30 AM - 07/11/18
New member with a XIM apex here and play rainbow six siege. I tried the suggested settings posted with my g502 at 12000dpi and 1000 hrtz and It is uncontrollable. If I move my mouse an inch Iíll do about 6-7 rotations which doesnít seem right.

Anyone have suggestions?
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 11:52 AM - 07/11/18
I'm Using g502
4000 DPI 500 Hz xim and
default sync
HIP: 75
ADS: 65
5 smoothing
Justh1n wrist aiming ballistic curve for hip and ads.
 
Before I'm using 12k DPI and 1000 Hz for my experience there s a lot of jitters for this set up on siege. That's why I switch to 4k DPI.. diamond always on EU server.

Hope that helps just adjust the sensitivity if it is too fast for you
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 12:15 PM - 07/11/18
I'm Using g502
4000 DPI 500 Hz xim and
default sync
HIP: 75
ADS: 65
5 smoothing
Justh1n wrist aiming ballistic curve for hip and ads.
 
Before I'm using 12k DPI and 1000 Hz for my experience there s a lot of jitters for this set up on siege. That's why I switch to 4k DPI.. diamond always on EU server.

Hope that helps just adjust the sensitivity if it is too fast for you

Iíll give that a shot and see what happens. When you switch to 500 are there any settings on the xim app I need to mess with? If I open the app now I see the 1000 in the top left, should that disappear or no?

One more question, have you done away with slow walking? I see thereís a way to activate it in the app but havenít done so for the sole reason that slow peaking is death wish, but creating tight angles and sneaking around the map arenít more difficult now. Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 03:03 PM - 07/11/18
I'm Using g502
4000 DPI 500 Hz xim and
default sync
HIP: 75
ADS: 65
5 smoothing
Justh1n wrist aiming ballistic curve for hip and ads.
 
Before I'm using 12k DPI and 1000 Hz for my experience there s a lot of jitters for this set up on siege. That's why I switch to 4k DPI.. diamond always on EU server.

Hope that helps just adjust the sensitivity if it is too fast for you

Iíll give that a shot and see what happens. When you switch to 500 are there any settings on the xim app I need to mess with? If I open the app now I see the 1000 in the top left, should that disappear or no?

One more question, have you done away with slow walking? I see thereís a way to activate it in the app but havenít done so for the sole reason that slow peaking is death wish, but creating tight angles and sneaking around the map arenít more difficult now. Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

It's should display 500 HZ.. just tick the global settings in the option of xim apex.
And you should set the apex to 500 Hz too.

For the slow walking in game set the left dead zone to 29 you should assign a walk button for this.. it will help you walk slowly and hold tight angles. Try lowering first the Sensitivity for ADS then adjust if you are used to it.. hope that helps.. and last thing before you go to a ranked game do a TH try to headshot all enemies so you would have a great feels to your sensitivity maybe 2 rounds is enough.. goodluck
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Zed on 04:16 PM - 07/11/18
Today just arrive my new Xim apex, before apex I had Xim4 with Havoxxx setting and for me was fine, but not with Apex I canít find the right setting, I tried Havoxxx setting for Apex but didnít work well recoil in long range is too high, also I tried any config in the post Rainbow Six Siege Wrist/Arm..but seems to jittery.
Tommorow a give a try this setting.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 10:23 PM - 07/11/18
Today just arrive my new Xim apex, before apex I had Xim4 with Havoxxx setting and for me was fine, but not with Apex I canít find the right setting, I tried Havoxxx setting for Apex but didnít work well recoil in long range is too high, also I tried any config in the post Rainbow Six Siege Wrist/Arm..but seems to jittery.
Tommorow a give a try this setting.

just lemme know what you're feedback for this settings.. we could all help each other to come up with a good settings for this game
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 10:29 PM - 07/11/18
for the curves im using, you will find it here
https://community.xim.tech/index.php?topic=61658.0;topicseen

I'm using the wrist aiming curve
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 07:51 AM - 07/12/18
Today just arrive my new Xim apex, before apex I had Xim4 with Havoxxx setting and for me was fine, but not with Apex I canít find the right setting, I tried Havoxxx setting for Apex but didnít work well recoil in long range is too high, also I tried any config in the post Rainbow Six Siege Wrist/Arm..but seems to jittery.
Tommorow a give a try this setting.

I tried it and it was still a bit too sensitive for me. I set up the hip fire to a sensitivity where a full 360 is roughly the width of the mousepad since I like using more arm than wrist. Ads sensitivity is where Iím still tinkering though. If the sensitivity is too high then finding the head and tracking is very difficult but if itís too low controlling recoil becomes difficult. When I get home tonight Iíll post my sensitivity settings, but from what I see others post Iím going to be very low on the sensitivity scale. I think ultimately ill just have to settle for something and get used to it.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: wicked96ta on 09:45 AM - 07/12/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better when pulling down on your mouse. Remember that all settings everyone suggests is preference only. I run the standard ST with common sync, 5 smoothing, and 1.25 X/Y ratio.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 10:14 AM - 07/12/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better when pulling down on your mouse. Remember that all settings everyone suggests is preference only. I run the standard ST with common sync, 5 smoothing, and 1.25 X/Y ratio.

Will increasing xy increase vertical sensitivity or decrease it relative to horizontal
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: wicked96ta on 10:27 AM - 07/12/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better when pulling down on your mouse. Remember that all settings everyone suggests is preference only. I run the standard ST with common sync, 5 smoothing, and 1.25 X/Y ratio.

Will increasing xy increase vertical sensitivity or decrease it relative to horizontal

If the number is positive, your Y axis sensitivity will increase compared to X. If the number is less than 1, your Y axis sensitivity will decrease compared to your X axis.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 02:36 PM - 07/12/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better when pulling down on your mouse. Remember that all settings everyone suggests is preference only. I run the standard ST with common sync, 5 smoothing, and 1.25 X/Y ratio.

I've tried this 1.25 x/y and it's feel great.. I will try it for couple of days.. I'll give a feedback.. thank you again Wicked.. you always help me in siege 😊😊 even on xim4 still the settings of skimwow is the best for xim4 on r6 siege.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Zed on 05:38 PM - 07/12/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better 1.25 X/Y ratio.
Both Hip and Ads?
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 09:28 AM - 07/13/18
Current settings which seem to work well so far. May still adjust and try new things but Iím sticking with this for now.

Hip: 33
Ads:11
4000dpi
500 poling rate
No curves
Ads x/y 1.25.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: wicked96ta on 10:32 PM - 07/13/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better 1.25 X/Y ratio.
Both Hip and Ads?

Oh good question. Thanks. ADS. I don't normally change the X/Y ratio for hip unless it's a game that has lots of jumping in it like Halo or Destiny.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Zed on 02:58 AM - 07/14/18
Any other xim related tips would be appreciated as well. Thanks for the help.

Increase the X/Y ratio so that you can control the vertical better 1.25 X/Y ratio.
Both Hip and Ads?

Oh good question. Thanks. ADS. I don't normally change the X/Y ratio for hip unless it's a game that has lots of jumping in it like Halo or Destiny.
Ok thank you so much  ;)
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Zed on 06:43 AM - 07/14/18
i tried isidrojose setting with a few change more DPI and sens apex, i need more days to test but seems good.
Only strange thing is Valkyrie Cams, when i watch the cams, they move too fast.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 02:56 PM - 07/14/18
i tried isidrojose setting with a few change more DPI and sens apex, i need more days to test but seems good.
Only strange thing is Valkyrie Cams, when i watch the cams, they move too fast.

I use the x/y 1.25 and for me it's good 2 days now playing with it and no curve.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: IVA on 07:39 AM - 07/15/18
Current settings which seem to work well so far. May still adjust and try new things but Iím sticking with this for now.

Hip: 33
Ads:11
4000dpi
500 poling rate
No curves
Ads x/y 1.25.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: IVA on 07:41 AM - 07/15/18
I try it and I love thanks for sharing but I would like to know what sync use please thank you
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 07:42 AM - 07/16/18
I try it and I love thanks for sharing but I would like to know what sync use please thank you

I was using default but have since switched ads to common and lowered sensitivity to 6. I think sensitivity increases if you switch from default to common. I left hip at default though. Iím much less picky about the hip set up honestly, as long as I can do a quick turn and run smoothly then Iím ok. ADS is where I use to have issues, but Iím honing in what I like.

Hip
Sensitivity: 33
Sync: Default
Curve: None
Xy: 1

ADS
Sensitivity: 6
Sync: Common
Curve: none
Xy: 1.25

I think the next thing to play with now are curves. Iíll try a couple of the ones on here and see if they help. Then Iím done and will let muscle memory settle in to the settings which is honestly the true advantage of m&kb.

Note that I appear to be a bit of an outlier here and like lower sensitivity settings. Also Iím not an amazing player like some of the people on here. Iím a mid to low lever gold player and some of the people suggesting settings are plat or higher.

Since getting the apex a month ago Iíve run tons of solo thunts and am now just starting to get easy quick(ish) snap headshots. My suggestion is to do t hunt until you can run (not walk) through a couple times without dying. Donít cam at all. Just run through it, only taking cover to reload.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 08:01 AM - 07/16/18
I try it and I love thanks for sharing but I would like to know what sync use please thank you

I was using default but have since switched ads to common and lowered sensitivity to 6. I think sensitivity increases if you switch from default to common. I left hip at default though. Iím much less picky about the hip set up honestly, as long as I can do a quick turn and run smoothly then Iím ok. ADS is where I use to have issues, but Iím honing in what I like.

Hip
Sensitivity: 33
Sync: Default
Curve: None
Xy: 1

ADS
Sensitivity: 6
Sync: Common
Curve: none
Xy: 1.25

I think the next thing to play with now are curves. Iíll try a couple of the ones on here and see if they help. Then Iím done and will let muscle memory settle in to the settings which is honestly the true advantage of m&kb.

Note that I appear to be a bit of an outlier here and like lower sensitivity settings. Also Iím not an amazing player like some of the people on here. Iím a mid to low lever gold player and some of the people suggesting settings are plat or higher.

Since getting the apex a month ago Iíve run tons of solo thunts and am now just starting to get easy quick(ish) snap headshots. My suggestion is to do t hunt until you can run (not walk) through a couple times without dying. Donít cam at all. Just run through it, only taking cover to reload.

What polling rate you are using??
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 08:11 AM - 07/16/18
500
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 08:15 AM - 07/16/18
Dpi: 4000
Polling rate: 500
Mouse: G502
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 02:01 PM - 07/16/18
Dpi: 4000
Polling rate: 500
Mouse: G502

Have you tried 1000 HZ?
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 02:16 PM - 07/16/18
Not with 4000 dpi. I did with 12k though and jitters kicked in so I went down to 4K at a 500 polling rate. Will it make that much of a difference?
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 02:19 PM - 07/16/18
Not with 4000 dpi. I did with 12k though and jitters kicked in so I went down to 4K at a 500 polling rate. Will it make that much of a difference?

Really don't know 😂😂😂😂
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 02:22 PM - 07/16/18
Haha well Iím pretty happy with the settings now. Now itíll just take time to get some memory, probably a month or so. It does take time to get use to the wasd movement. Can be clunky at times when compared to a joystick.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 02:26 PM - 07/16/18
Haha well Iím pretty happy with the settings now. Now itíll just take time to get some memory, probably a month or so. It does take time to get use to the wasd movement. Can be clunky at times when compared to a joystick.
If  you are on ps4 eu server my squad is playing now. You want to join
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 02:36 PM - 07/16/18
Iím on Xbox  :-\ plus Youíd have to drag my sorry self through your plat ques. Played two online tourneys with my squad and lost the first round both times haha. The second one was a sweep, although the first we held up ok.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: IVA on 08:06 PM - 07/16/18
I try it and I love thanks for sharing but I would like to know what sync use please thank you
Thank you very good job
I was using default but have since switched ads to common and lowered sensitivity to 6. I think sensitivity increases if you switch from default to common. I left hip at default though. I’m much less picky about the hip set up honestly, as long as I can do a quick turn and run smoothly then I’m ok. ADS is where I use to have issues, but I’m honing in what I like.

Hip
Sensitivity: 33
Sync: Default
Curve: None
Xy: 1

ADS
Sensitivity: 6
Sync: Common
Curve: none
Xy: 1.25

I think the next thing to play with now are curves. I’ll try a couple of the ones on here and see if they help. Then I’m done and will let muscle memory settle in to the settings which is honestly the true advantage of m&kb.

Note that I appear to be a bit of an outlier here and like lower sensitivity settings. Also I’m not an amazing player like some of the people on here. I’m a mid to low lever gold player and some of the people suggesting settings are plat or higher.

Since getting the apex a month ago I’ve run tons of solo thunts and am now just starting to get easy quick(ish) snap headshots. My suggestion is to do t hunt until you can run (not walk) through a couple times without dying. Don’t cam at all. Just run through it, only taking cover to reload.
Thank you very good job Even if you say that you are not a great player but for now it's the only parameter for me that seems to me well it's only my opinion and thank you again for the work and sharing
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 02:06 PM - 07/19/18
Did about 2 plus hours of terrorist hunt last night and tweeked my settings some. Came up with

ADS
Sensitivity: 7
No curve
Common sync
Xy: 1.6 (great for recoil and quick adjustments up and down depending on a crouching or standing target

Hip
Sensitivity: 30
Everything else the same.

In game setting I set vertical to 65 and left stuck dz to 27 for slow walking. Everything else is set at the recommended settings

Note mouse is still 4000 dpi 500 polling rate.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 10:33 PM - 07/19/18
Did about 2 plus hours of terrorist hunt last night and tweeked my settings some. Came up with

ADS
Sensitivity: 7
No curve
Common sync
Xy: 1.6 (great for recoil and quick adjustments up and down depending on a crouching or standing target

Hip
Sensitivity: 30
Everything else the same.

In game setting I set vertical to 65 and left stuck dz to 27 for slow walking. Everything else is set at the recommended settings

Note mouse is still 4000 dpi 500 polling rate.

Why 65 Vertical? I will try today and give you my feedback thanks
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: CAL50vengeance on 11:37 AM - 07/20/18
Lower ingame vert and raise xy like u do make no sense - it counter interact eachother. Just leave vert to max and 1 on xy
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: wicked96ta on 02:03 PM - 07/21/18
I agree with everyone saying why 65 vertical? Makes no sense because then you have a Y/X ratio. Mine is set at 1.2-1.25 depending on the weapon and that feels good.

I noticed you mentioned you're going to experiment with curves, all they're going to do is basically give you acceleration and mess with your muscle memory. The reason I suggest not using curves is because there's no aim assist bubble to try and break through. Also, with every update that is released, this gaming is getting worse performance wise in PVP. Adding a curve is another variable to the current problematic look mechanic.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: sizzerb on 02:25 PM - 07/21/18
I agree with everyone saying why 65 vertical? Makes no sense because then you have a Y/X ratio. Mine is set at 1.2-1.25 depending on the weapon and that feels good.

I noticed you mentioned you're going to experiment with curves, all they're going to do is basically give you acceleration and mess with your muscle memory. The reason I suggest not using curves is because there's no aim assist bubble to try and break through. Also, with every update that is released, this gaming is getting worse performance wise in PVP. Adding a curve is another variable to the current problematic look mechanic.

Can you maybe post your rainbow six attitude? Have read many posts from them and much sounds plausible. it would be nice to share your settings with us.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: isidrojose on 11:51 PM - 07/24/18
Currently Running on this settings:

In Game:
H:100
V:100
ADS:100
LDZ:29
RDZ:10

MOUSE: SteelSeries Rival 600
4000 DPI
500 HZ

XIM APEX:500 HZ

HIP:55
Common
Smoothing:3
Y/X: 1.00

ADS:50
Common
Smoothing:5
Y/X: 1.25

NO Curves for HIP and ADS

for the mousepad I use SteelSeries QCK Prism the cloth side, I will give full review for this mousepad after a week or 2, as of right now I'm loving this pads because its dual sided.

Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 01:49 PM - 07/25/18
I agree with everyone saying why 65 vertical? Makes no sense because then you have a Y/X ratio. Mine is set at 1.2-1.25 depending on the weapon and that feels good.

I noticed you mentioned you're going to experiment with curves, all they're going to do is basically give you acceleration and mess with your muscle memory. The reason I suggest not using curves is because there's no aim assist bubble to try and break through. Also, with every update that is released, this gaming is getting worse performance wise in PVP. Adding a curve is another variable to the current problematic look mechanic.

Vertical sensitivity only messes with controls for hip. Basically it allows my crosshairs  to stay at head level while moving around the map. Also when I make a quick turn Iím more likely to turn on a more level plane. Note Iíve only changed xy ratio for ads, not for hip.
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: wicked96ta on 03:24 PM - 07/27/18
Note Iíve only changed xy ratio for ads, not for hip.

Same here, for recoil control. I'm still curious why you changed yours the way you did? I'm not saying it's wrong, I just want to hear the reason behind it. Why didn't you leave your in-game sensitivity at 100 and increase the Y/X ratio slightly?

I play with Y/X a lot in games that have vertical play, Halo and Destiny are the two most recent games I use it on. R6S, I only use it on ADS. 1.25 on heavy lmg's because they kick hard. About 1.15 or 1.2 for weapons like the MP7 because they feel "light".
Title: Re: Rainbow six sensitivity
Post by: Rainbowsix369 on 09:07 AM - 07/28/18
Note Iíve only changed xy ratio for ads, not for hip.

Same here, for recoil control. I'm still curious why you changed yours the way you did? I'm not saying it's wrong, I just want to hear the reason behind it. Why didn't you leave your in-game sensitivity at 100 and increase the Y/X ratio slightly?

I play with Y/X a lot in games that have vertical play, Halo and Destiny are the two most recent games I use it on. R6S, I only use it on ADS. 1.25 on heavy lmg's because they kick hard. About 1.15 or 1.2 for weapons like the MP7 because they feel "light".

Vertical play doesnít occur in r6 console as much as it does on pc and if it does Itís fairly expected like when a hatch is blown, ceiling/floor shot out, or spawn peaks. Because of this when Iím turning (not ads) I want to keep a level turn meaning I donít want any shift up or down. I do this because headshots are king so my crosshairs are always head level relative to where the next person is most likely to be. With a lower vertical sensitivity it gives me more wiggle room to make micro mistakes with the mouse while moving the mouse quickly left or right. Now this change in setting has no impact on ads controls, only hip.