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Messages - Kingownagexx

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this config made this game playable. WOW... gonna start playing again!!!!
can you send me the curve you created?

Does anyone on this thread have the Xbox version of the curve? If so can you please respond with it, I'm having a lot of trouble manually doing it.

XIM APEX Discussions / Apex Legends Settings Question
« on: 08:04 AM - 02/09/20 »
Most people use custom advanced controls on apex legends and it feels a lot better than the recommended settings to use on this site, would it benefit people if the ST was retrained around the best advanced settings where you can very precisely adjust yaw and pitch values for hip and ads individually?

Game Support / Re: Planned Support List
« on: 07:03 PM - 01/18/20 »
laststand, support was attempted in the past. Does the game now allow for time unlimited private matches (or long timed matches) without bot or player inference?

Latvian, ^ this is blocking cuisine support. If this changes please let us know.

Kyle, added to the queue.

Cuisine royale doesn't have custom games but they have solos, duos, squads, just like fortnite now. Which you guys made a fortnite ST before private matches were added, so can't you just run a squad or dup and have someone protect you? I am at a disadvantage on MnK sadly and I don't feel comfortable knowing that, it's harder playing the game with apex than it is on my controller. I hope an ST is reattempted

It's a shooter battle Royale game on Xbox One that very badly needs support because all of the fake profiles I made for it aren't stable enough, and it's an extremely fun game.

It's not popping up for me, which isn't my fault. I'm glad that it's there on your end but I'm not you man. Thanks for the help

The way its worded the word "updated" could be used interchangeably meaning it could of meant a couple different things also it's not on the settings tab for the site which is suppose to be the place you go to find out what settings to use.

XIM APEX Discussions / R6S Which Look Mechanic Do I Use
« on: 11:25 PM - 07/05/19 »
I downloaded the new config and checked the sites settings and it didn't specify which of the two looking settings I should use under my ingame settings. Anyone know?

I got the matte black model o, it's mouse movement feels fine (I play at 4k and 12k depending on the game for reference) no jitter or spin outs caused by the mouse and it has on board memory, along with a lot of features and macros for the on board memory too which is good because logitech has great software but most of their features get disabled with on board memory. The only problem I had is that I had to turn down the brightness of its LEDs in the software cause it consumed a lot of power on my XIM, which made it look beautiful. And you already know about the shape and the weight so no reason to talk about that, everything works great on the XIM it's a very compatible device.

The XIM was built for the best mouse emulation and best experience so of course IT can but there's still all these convertions hat go through it and by the time it hits the game bas input it's almost never 1000hz even on my Zowie FK2. In any case I didn't point out the xims console limitation on its polling to throw shade or to persuade anyone to change but merely to inform people like me who love to get down to the little specs and nitty gritty and see how everything works. Understanding the XIM helps me utilize it to it's full potential and it's interesting.

I never said XIM couldn't pull it, but even if you have the best mouse you won't do it consistently due to console limitations. On PC it's a similar story but it's still better

XIM APEX Discussions / Re: Syncronization Question
« on: 07:55 PM - 06/20/19 »
This post has nothing to do with polling rate it was never mentioned. Please keep those comments under the other XIM forum post I made this one is about syncronization.

XIM APEX Discussions / Re: Syncronization Question
« on: 11:48 AM - 06/20/19 »
Thank you for your insight. From what I can see, you should use the sync tied to your games framerate (unless you prefer the feel of one because preference is the most important factor) however if the framerate is inconsistent and you should just use default (like in Battlefield) that is what I've gathered. I'm not new to XIM, this is just something i've been wondering.

I don't think you're understanding that I've done this test with 4 different mice. A Zowie FK2, Model O, G502 Hero, and a Razer Deathadder. All of these mice from 4 different companies had polling imperfections. I tested this across games with perfect predictable ST's. The polling rate rapidly malfunctioned has in kept changing and there were slight inconsistencies in micro movements.

I also don't think you're understanding these issue are there whether or not you see it or feel it, it's just the limitations of the console and XIM. So as I said use what you prefer, but these issues exist. I recorded my screen at 60fps and slowed down the frames across 1000hz and 500hz and I plan on uploading a video in great detail for the XIM about how each sync and polling effects the mouse movements if I can edit all my data in a professional informative way that the average person would understand.

It's not that easy to to explain things like these and try to simplify them, but if you get polls off timed by as much has half a millisecond stutter will be apparent in cursor (emulated analog) behavior.

There has been many test done I can link you to that show an increase in performance when using a more stable polling rate, it's more than just numbers. The reason only test shows these isn't because it has no effect on you it's because it's so subtle that you don't know that you're performing worse, or at least you can't pinpoint it on your hz.

At the end of the day it is all preference, I love the responsiveness of 1000hz and if you do too then use it. But if you're making micro-adjustments or anything then it will negatively impact you but again that isn't detectable by your eye you don't notice your mouse having small missteps like that but it does affect your aim quality. Furthermore on the xim 500hz is less jittery as well, so it's all about how you prefer your gameplay

Do you want something super responsive, fast, and touchy? Or something stable, smoother, and more accurate, at the cost of the things above. Those are the two sets you can choose from and either or it is a slight sacrifice but on the XIM these effects are amplified due to it just being an emulation and not the real thing. Also my original post was informative not persuasive I'm not trying to change anyones mind, I'm trying to make sure no one buys a mouse just for its internal processor. It's a really dumb idea to do that, especially since it's useless on the XIM.

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