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Okay, I will give this a go and see what happens I guess. Iím already on the latest firmware however, I updated it the other day.


Just got the hyperX cloud 2s and Iíve noticed unless I use the USB 3.0 cable and plug it directly into the PS4 I cannot use the mute function on the headset. Is it possible to use the Xim and plug the headset into my PS4 USB port or does it have to be plugged into the jack?


General Discussion / Siege settings help + very confused
« on: 07:19 PM - 10/17/18 »
Hi, I just got my xim apex today and I've been fiddling around with it a lot, watching a lot of yotube vids about it etc trying to familiarise myself with it and such.

However, when I went into game, the apex was extremely slow (in terms of mouse aiming speed ads speed hip speed etc. I went from 1000Hz to 125Hz and still I barely noticed a difference.

To get some sort of bareable result, I had to change hip to 400.00 and change the ADS to 250.00.

The only issue with this is, I can't control recoil at all while it is like this, it simply doesn't work. Should the defualt settings 15.00 not be pretty fast? After watching some youtubers use settings of like 15 & 45 and still have quick ads movement when they moved the mouse I knew either I did something wrong or somethings wrong with it itself (which I highly doubt)

Any help would be appreciated!


General Discussion / Re: Couch or Monitor?
« on: 08:17 PM - 10/14/18 »
What you're looking for in a screen of any size for console gaming is 60Hz refresh rate and input lag of 16ms or less (one frame @ 60FPS).

HDTVs are very capable of low-lag gaming. The fastest PC monitor in the world has display lag of 8ms (not the advertised 1ms grey-to-grey response rate). The fastest 60" 4K TV on the market is a mere 4ms slower at 12ms. I use a 30" Bravia HDTV with 14ms display lag for desktop gaming and it's nothing short of brilliant.

However, for PC gaming, the goalposts shift - ideally we want 144Hz @ 1440p or 4K with as low display lag as possible (keeping in mind display lag at best is 8ms). As long as you only want to game on console 60Hz @ 1080p and 16ms display lag is right on the money.

Alright so I carried some out some extreme research, assuming the visibilty is not an issue at all (because I see just fine with how I play now, I shouldn't need to alter this for MnK?)

Every other LG 4K UHD OLED 2018 has been clocked at an input lag of 9ms, with a refresh rate of 60Hz. Mine isn't on the list but it's definetely going to be the same as the TV tested was curved and mine wasn't (so literally the only reason it isn't on there is because the shapes different and it would make 0 sense testing both when they both have the same hardware lol)

Now that you know these numbers, do you think it'd be suitable for R6S?

Thanks for the help so far bro.

General Discussion / Couch or Monitor?
« on: 10:01 PM - 10/13/18 »
I am purchasing a xim soon and was just wondering which would be better?

I have a 52Ē 4K LG OLED UHD TV with game mode and I usually sit on the floor directly infront of it so my visibility isnít too bad. I can usually see everything going on within the screen and donít have to struggle to see things etc etc. As it is a newer TV Iím guessing the input lag will be below 20ms.

I live in a small apartment at the moment for uni, I donít really have the space to put a monitor if I buy one.

I havenít really PC games before or used a MnK on a small monitor before so i was wondering would it be okay if a player like me used a MnK on a TV?

Not asking for opinions, but please feel free to share them. Just asking if a person like me who sits up close, has good vision and a decent input lag should be able to use a TV and be able to bear it.

Iíd like to play R6S.

Thanks for any help!

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