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All weekend, I've been playing Siege using share play (all using Cat6 ethernet cables with 1 gig speed, connected to an Asus RT-AX88U gaming router) through my gaming laptop (Lenovo Legion 7i) with my PS5 connected through to my gaming monitor (BenQ MOBIUZ EX2710) and to my surprise what was showing on the gaming monitor was actually a hair faster than what was on my laptop screen...and getting full 120 fps at 1080p. Did all 10 of my placements getting Plat3.  There were no issues whatsoever.  It was like playing normal.

I'm not exactly sure why, but it almost felt smoother and more responsive.

Hope this helps

Hello! Are your headphones USB? Can you tell me step by step how you connect everything to play please, I use it also to play R6 but I suffer to get it to work, I have to make multiple attempts to get it to work, because when I change the MIC to USB it disconnects.

I use the Arctis 7 pro with the gamedac connected directly on my PS5.  (Make sure your settings are set on your audio on your PS5 to your headset)

I have my PS5 and laptop both hardwired in to my router.

I turn my PS5 on.

I turn my laptop on with the XIM Apex plugged in

I open PS Shareplay on my laptop.

I play like normal using the screen that my PS5 is plugged in to.


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All weekend, I've been playing Siege using share play (all using Cat6 ethernet cables with 1 gig speed, connected to an Asus RT-AX88U gaming router) through my gaming laptop (Lenovo Legion 7i) with my PS5 connected through to my gaming monitor (BenQ MOBIUZ EX2710) and to my surprise what was showing on the gaming monitor was actually a hair faster than what was on my laptop screen...and getting full 120 fps at 1080p. Did all 10 of my placements getting Plat3.  There were no issues whatsoever.  It was like playing normal.

I'm not exactly sure why, but it almost felt smoother and more responsive.

Hope this helps

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Have you ever experienced issues with ADS being... Glitchy? There's sometimes that I'll click the right button and it'll cycle back to hip fire almost instantly. Usually happens at the worst moments lol

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Best feeling settings to date.

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Hey there!  Which profile are you using to edit for this config? The Rainbow Six Siege, or the Rainbow Six Siege (updated) profile?  What's the difference between the two?

I just edited the "updated" one, and every time I move the mouse more than just micro movements, the xim4 starts flashing lights as if I've exceeded some max limit.  Do you play on Ps4 often? Want to add me and play sometime?  Thanks for your help, and thank you very much for these settings!!
Updated is a bit slower and u will get red flashing lights. For me its easier to control recoil, but my preference is classic. U dont get that mush red light and its easier to do flicks, znd turn 180. So i would suggest u to go for classic

Thanks again for the info, I agree... The classic feels better. 

On a different note, the OP said the sensitivities are for arm users, and I am a wrist user.  Would I want higher sensitivities, or lower? Is there any wrist users out there that have found a good natural setting? Just curious, I've been playing around with it and I just want to see what others use to see if I can improve on what I have.  Thanks guys
Unless my default settings are already too fast you should increase the sens to be fast enough for wrist. You want to increase the Hip sensitivity enough to do a 360 comfortably. Then increase the ADS by the same amount you added to the Hip. Keep Boost and RightStick Deadzone the same. Also changing the Y/X Ratio can effect all the other settings. So unless you know how to adjust the other settings after you alter the Y/X, I'd just suggest leaving it as is. Worst case scenario is you decrease the Vertical sens on the In-Game settings.


Thank you, it works perfectly!   Thanks again for the hard work you put in to this!

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Hey there!  Which profile are you using to edit for this config? The Rainbow Six Siege, or the Rainbow Six Siege (updated) profile?  What's the difference between the two?

I just edited the "updated" one, and every time I move the mouse more than just micro movements, the xim4 starts flashing lights as if I've exceeded some max limit.  Do you play on Ps4 often? Want to add me and play sometime?  Thanks for your help, and thank you very much for these settings!!
Updated is a bit slower and u will get red flashing lights. For me its easier to control recoil, but my preference is classic. U dont get that mush red light and its easier to do flicks, znd turn 180. So i would suggest u to go for classic

Thanks again for the info, I agree... The classic feels better. 

On a different note, the OP said the sensitivities are for arm users, and I am a wrist user.  Would I want higher sensitivities, or lower? Is there any wrist users out there that have found a good natural setting? Just curious, I've been playing around with it and I just want to see what others use to see if I can improve on what I have.  Thanks guys

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Thank you for the info! I'll try the classic and see how it works

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Hey there!  Which profile are you using to edit for this config? The Rainbow Six Siege, or the Rainbow Six Siege (updated) profile?  What's the difference between the two?

I just edited the "updated" one, and every time I move the mouse more than just micro movements, the xim4 starts flashing lights as if I've exceeded some max limit.  Do you play on Ps4 often? Want to add me and play sometime?  Thanks for your help, and thank you very much for these settings!!

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