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XIM APEX Discussions / Re: But confused with warzone st
« on: 10:59 PM - 01/05/22 »
So Manager wasn't automatically updated for you?

It didnt seem that it was which i thought sometime ago it asked to download an i did. So just now I uninstalled then reinstalled app an then hit download an its there now

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XIM APEX Discussions / Re: But confused with warzone st
« on: 09:32 PM - 01/05/22 »
Unless otherwise stated, it's the same.

Ok cool thanks

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XIM APEX Discussions / Re: But confused with warzone st
« on: 08:30 PM - 01/05/22 »
Please update your Manager with latest in the store. Older versions of Manager are no longer getting game updates. Was Manager not updated automatically for you?

Ahh ok thanks will have to give it a try i now see the warzone st. So the deadzone is the same for both ps4 an xbox controllers?

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XIM APEX Discussions / But confused with warzone st
« on: 07:59 PM - 01/05/22 »
So maybe ive been doing it wrong. Why is there a warzone in game settings when there isnt a warzone specific st? An why are the deadzones just say .10? Is thst for both xbox an ps4 controller? I thought we were suppose to use mw st? Bit confused

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XIM APEX Discussions / Power issues??
« on: 07:33 PM - 09/17/21 »
Im a bit confused even have the adapter for the xim yet lately keyboard still disconnects frequently can i crank up the volts on the adaptor or will i risk frying it?? The adaptor is set to 5v

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I'm convinced that high DPI + low polling is the gold standard. Gives strong aim assist yet not in a detrimental way, makes the bubble nice and smooth to work with. I feel like high polling just makes the aim slowdown happen so suddenly, whereas low polling creates more of an ease-in effect, making it easier to get to the centre of the hitbox. Been on 125hz with Default sync for a couple of weeks and it's been great.

This is what i tell people to me more delay cuts through aim assist easier the more pc like i make it the more issues with aim assist i have where its rough...thats why to me things like 20 smoothing help or 200 sab or 800 dpi or like you mentioned low hertz.

But what u said has helped me also having a combination of both i usually have a delay from smoothing or sab then go high dpi cause to me it almost makes it sticky/magnetic. But if i go high hertz high dpi off sync no smoothing no sab etc etc my aim assist is janky an not smooth

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Guys make sure you know the sensor in your mouse if its not a logitech or a mouse with similar sensor that adds no smoothing at any dpi. Other wise example of you got a mouse with a 3360 sensor like me i suggest using 2000 dpi. Otherwise if you go higher your adding 32 frames of smoothing(6.4ms delay) and making aim assist alot stronger. If you dont feel the delay your crazy.
Bro run a 3200 like the rest of the community recommends. Your literally wasting your time fooling around with all these dpis. High dpi is @#$%, and has garbage micro movement, low dpi will you give you more sticky hitbox in and out, and 3200 is literally the sweet spot. Iíve been on any dpi you can think from 800-250000. And I always go back to 3200 itís just a flexible dpi. You can run a low sens and feel like 800, or a high sense and feel like 16000. You so worried about something everyone knows console comes with DELAY, you cupcake. Go on your xim app use a 3 smoothing and stop posting these dumb comments, you sound inexperienced like you donít know to use a simple app

i get it kid i do you read some @#$% people post you take it as fact an its really just @#$% other people regurgitated over time an now you take the time to hop on peoples stuff an regurgitate it and act like you are superior an so great just stop bud i can almost guarantee most people would rather you just not comment or probably exist honestly lol just stop

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Guys make sure you know the sensor in your mouse if its not a logitech or a mouse with similar sensor that adds no smoothing at any dpi. Other wise example of you got a mouse with a 3360 sensor like me i suggest using 2000 dpi. Otherwise if you go higher your adding 32 frames of smoothing(6.4ms delay) and making aim assist alot stronger. If you dont feel the delay your crazy.
Bro run a 3200 like the rest of the community recommends. Your literally wasting your time fooling around with all these dpis. High dpi is @#$%, and has garbage micro movement, low dpi will you give you more sticky hitbox in and out, and 3200 is literally the sweet spot. Iíve been on any dpi you can think from 800-250000. And I always go back to 3200 itís just a flexible dpi. You can run a low sens and feel like 800, or a high sense and feel like 16000. You so worried about something everyone knows console comes with DELAY, you cupcake. Go on your xim app use a 3 smoothing and stop posting these dumb comments, you sound inexperienced like you donít know to use a simple app

first of al dipshit even if i was on console an had the delay the goal for most is to try an have less delay hence many good players also run high dpi lmao...just like your @#$% literally weeks ago said you ran 16k dpi but now your spouting off this an how you feel. let the adults talk an discuss while you hop on peoples threads an comment random useless @#$%. ive used the xim longer then you lmao what ilove the most is in so many comments your goofy a$$ literally says "you so worried about(insert retarded statement)" when literally all youre worried about is what other people ask or say lol like bro i get it uve had the xim for a month you think you know a @#$% load yet have probably contradicted youself many times in that short period of time owning the xim. quit hopping on peoples threads spouting off useless @#$% an saying it as if your some godsend when in reality you are some bored random virgin lol. but i look forward to your next random pop in on mine or someone elses thread commenting oMg kId gEt gOoD.

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Guys make sure you know the sensor in your mouse if its not a logitech or a mouse with similar sensor that adds no smoothing at any dpi. Other wise example of you got a mouse with a 3360 sensor like me i suggest using 2000 dpi. Otherwise if you go higher your adding 32 frames of smoothing(6.4ms delay) and making aim assist alot stronger. If you dont feel the delay your crazy.
Run 0 smoothing, learn how to steady your hand, use 3200 dpi.

well virgin as i said on certain mice at the time these comments were made 3200 dpi would have added smoothing on those mice...but proceed pretending like you know so much lol i look at all your comments an lord you get bored so much you hop on peoples thread an troll pretty funny

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Ya i agree with you...have u ever tried max dpi or even lower dpi an off sync an 20 smoothing to see how it is for a day or so?

Yeah I tried MJFame settings for quite a while, 800 DPI, 1000hz, sync off. Tried them again this evening just out of curiosity, they're still definitely good but I prefer 250hz, 3000DPI, common sync. I should try those but with 500hz instead of 1000, see how it feels!

I dont use the 800 dpi cause like you said 800 dpi is delayed an the 20 smoothing delayed now to me 20 smoothing prob makes it close to id say 250hz but also prob makes the game see it more like a analogue stick then i use max dpi for sticky affect...an i dont use the curve so just max dpi an 20 smoothing no curve

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@Bb4life1991 Welp, it appears I made as mistake in my earlier posts. I said before I switched from 12k and 250hz, to 3000 and 500hz. At first I was switching back and forth between the two, couldn't decide which I liked best, ended up calling it a night and decided I marginally liked 3000 DPI 500hz better so I set that up for the next day.
The next day, I tried it, it felt amazing, been using it all week, still love it...
...well, today I discovered I'm actually running 250hz 3000 DPI lol. Been switching back and forth between 250hz and 500hz on the same config and I'm absolutely convinced, 500hz is stickier in a way you don't want it to be, AA bubble feels very stiff. 250hz is not only giving me a smoother time with the AA bubble but also the tracking assistance is way stronger.

I do genuinely believe that, at least for lower sens players, lower hz is the way to go. 3000 DPI and common sync with it feels great. RML AAA curve #6 to aid cutting into and out of the hit box. I've never found a config that's as sticky as this yet had no problems with getting stuck outside the hitbox. 250hz gives more controller-like movements which helps you ease into the hitbox where 1000hz would see you getting stuck on the edge of the bubble.

Ya i agree with you...have u ever tried max dpi or even lower dpi an off sync an 20 smoothing to see how it is for a day or so?

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Bb4life1991where can I see the settings mrbrutalfrosty?

16000 DPI 1000 polling rate 1000hz on mouse Bo4 config
130 hip 5 smoothing off sync
52 ads 4 smoothing off sync
35 SAB ( Simulate analog behaviour )
0 Ads delay

https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBrutalFrosty

this is his channel looks like he literally has aimbot obviously his settings suit him so you have to find what works for you...but this guy is insanely good


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Ya see what u said i feel same way high hz low dpi vise versa as long as one way or another there is a delay it works well. Low dpi to me feels delayed same with low hertz or 20 smoothing etc etc. the moment I try to make it snappy like pc aim assist feels janky an strong etc etc

I also feel st plays a role i feel xbox almost gives that delay feel vs the ps4 st but not sure maybe vise versa

Yeah, just about finding that sweet spot. I tried low everything, 800DPI, 250hz, common sync, that was too much, felt horrible lol, legit took 100+ milliseconds for my aim to catch up to my hand. Don't wanna be getting more delay than the next guy using a controller that's for sure lol. I feel like if you were a player of hardcore modes on COD where snapping onto the enemy as quickly as possible and just hitting one shot is the primary goal, high DPI, high hz, sync off would be the play, you just want pure snappiness. I'm still a BO4 player mainly though and especially in Blackout, being first to shoot is less important than actually staying on target for a very significant amount of time. That's when snappiness becomes less important and tracking while moving yourself is everything. A trade off of adding a little latency to have more of your bullets hitting once on the target is well worth it.

Ya ill have to play with settings...mrbrutalfrosty is insane on cod he snaps an it sticks its insane i tried his settings there are decent im just not a wrist aimer but man he uses 16k dpi off sync an 35 sab an his cod is insane. When i snap to people my aim assist is jank his just stays on them

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So you feel a difference between 1000hz common an 250hz common? To me i almost was thinkin default an common are actual those hertz amount. Cause 125hz off sync you have the same exact sense as default sync(120hz) then when you use common or default any jittter or interpolation is gone...common getting rid of it even on 800 dpi.

Yeah absolutely felt a difference, even with common sync, the lower hz feels a tad more sluggish but feels nicer with the AA and more accurate, whereas 1000hz common felt snappier but the AA slowdown felt really sharp at times and not nice.

I think the balance of DPI, sync and hz all come into play. Low DPI and high hz can feel similar to high DPI and low hz, for example. Either way, what I do know is, I've been sleeping on common sync for a long time aha. Makes the AA bubble silky smooth and provides the most accurate mouse movements.

I first tried low polling after reading one of SweatyPapi's threads, I did initially try 250hz common with 3000DPI like he suggests but I'm quite a low sens player, and it felt way too sluggish for me. So higher DPI or higher polling was needed. Initially went with 12k and 250hz but tried 3000 with 500hz and it definitely feels better, beam settings.

Ya see what u said i feel same way high hz low dpi vise versa as long as one way or another there is a delay it works well. Low dpi to me feels delayed same with low hertz or 20 smoothing etc etc. the moment I try to make it snappy like pc aim assist feels janky an strong etc etc

I also feel st plays a role i feel xbox almost gives that delay feel vs the ps4 st but not sure maybe vise versa

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