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The spam links were edited in afterwards, usually a day after the post. These bots get pretty annoying.

Short answer, no. All Expert settings are for mice and keyboards. AA is designed for controllers and there will be no benefit to tweaking it with a XIM. XIM canít create more AA than a native controller and most configs are to reduce rather than enhance AA.

DPI as low as you can go without hitting the 500 Sens cap on XIM, Response Rate 125Hz, Sync Slow, Smoothing around 5, SAB on ADS, reduce in-game Sensitivity, deceleration Ballistics Curve, analog input instead of WASD.

Itís not compatible. XIM requires a first-party, genuine Sony or MS console controller.

Support / Re: [ACTIVE] XIM APEX / DS4 / no power supply
« on: 01:16 AM - 07/09/20 »
Check PS4 > Settings > Devices > Controllers > Communication Method > Use USB cable.

Watch the Quick Start guide video at https://xim.tech/start for other requirements.

XIM APEX Discussions / Re: Azeron keypad question
« on: 04:24 AM - 07/08/20 »
I'm in Brisbane ;)

Azeron shipping was super-quick, mine got here in a few days from Latvia.

XIM APEX Discussions / Re: Azeron keypad question
« on: 11:48 PM - 07/07/20 »
Base FW works perfectly with my new Azeron Compact. Just be sure to calibrate the stick, or wheel menus may not work properly in some games.

My older Compact had problems with corrupted profiles, which is why I used Simple XIM FW.

XIM APEX Discussions / Re: Azeron keypad question
« on: 11:11 PM - 07/07/20 »
Simple XIM FW doesnít work with Azeron Software. Install the latest Base FW, calibrate your analog stick and you should be good to go.

Welcome to the community.

A white LED typically indicates a corrupted game config. This can happen when pasting an old Ballistics Curve into a more recent firmware release.

The solution is to download the latest XIM APEX firmware from https://xim.tech/latest and select the Factory Reset option when running the firmware installer. More info here -

Restoring a corrupted backup can also cause this issue, so your best option is to setup your game configs again from scratch after performing a Factory Reset.

XIM APEX Discussions / Re: Benefits of Xim on PC?
« on: 04:03 PM - 07/06/20 »
Do you mean benefits of XIM on PC? Aim assist, compact control schemes and lower recoil.

On the flipside, slower turning, reduced accuracy, wonky look mechanic translation (STs arent made for PC) and limited support, so it's swings and roundabouts.

That's just the way console games work - they have turn speed limits, unlike PC games. XIM is a controller emulator, so all constraints that apply to controllers also apply to mouse & keyboard on a XIM.

When you flick on console, all you're doing is registering the max turn speed for a short period of time, with all movement above that speed being ignored. You'll get a smaller turn when flicking than controlling the turn at or below the turn speed limit.

XIM APEX Manager downloads a new copy of the Game Database, which may contain Smart Translators for new games, or updates to existing ones.

However, your configs are never automatically updated, meaning you can keep the Smart Translator you're currently using for as long as it exists on XIM APEX.

Some people prefer older STs over the new ones, so it's always best to create a new config to test an updated ST before deleting an old one. As soon as you delete it, that version of the ST is gone for good.

Game Support / Re: PS4 Warframe radial menu
« on: 02:54 PM - 07/05/20 »
It can be done via a Titan Two script, I used to do exactly this for The Division health and grenade menus.

These days I use an Azeron analogue keypad and an AUX page in XIM APEX Manager to swap the sticks when navigating radial menus.

Game Support / Re: Destiny 2
« on: 04:36 AM - 07/05/20 »
Xbox One.

It feels better to me on PS4 than the PS4 config.

I agree - I'd far prefer a fleshed-out soundscape than a tinny stage tuned for audio cues that makes my ears bleed.

The key factor is Dolby > Night Mode,. Everything else is up to taste.

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