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Re: Black Ops 3 "Anti-sticky Aim" Setup. (Updated 09/16/16)
« Reply #435 on: 03:30 AM - 01/12/18 »
 RML-thanks for the answer, everything is done according to the instructions, bad turn on 180 - how to fix it?

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Re: Black Ops 3 "Anti-sticky Aim" Setup. (Updated 09/16/16)
« Reply #436 on: 10:30 AM - 01/12/18 »
RML-thanks for the answer, everything is done according to the instructions, bad turn on 180 - how to fix it?

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Re: Black Ops 3 "Anti-sticky Aim" Setup. (Updated 09/16/16)
« Reply #437 on: 01:14 AM - 01/13/18 »
RML-I have the latest firmware)
I need to increase the dpi on the mouse (from 4000 to 8200)what else can I try? thanks♪

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Re: Black Ops 3 "Anti-sticky Aim" Setup. (Updated 09/16/16)
« Reply #438 on: 03:27 AM - 05/20/18 »
What's up everyone?

I want to start this off by making a few statements to clarify this setup (if the title didn't do it for ya).

- IMO XIM4 works FABULOUS with COD games and there's really only ONE reason to ever alter the ST and that's Aim Assist!
- If you're a high sensitivity player you may not even need a setup like this. The higher sensitivity you play with, the less Aim assist will affect you. This is true because you simply over power Aim assist ALOT easier then a medium or low sens player can.
- Just to give you a sense of what a High sens player looks like to me, I'll break it down. Let's say you're playing BO3 at 8,000 DPI. I would consider anything over 30 Hip, 15 ADS as High. 20 Hip, 10 ADS as Medium and 15 Hip, 5 ADS as Low.
- This Setup is for Low to Medium Sens players, Like me!  ;)
- If you're a high sens player and still feel like you need some help with combating Aim Assist. Then take this setup and tweak the curves so that they are not so prevalent (lower the peak).
- This setup will take some getting used to but it will help you track targets and it will combat aim assist, so that you don't feel your aim being pulled around as much.
- The best thing about the ADS curve is that it even seems to work really well at close encounters. This is something I've struggled with ALOT in the past. My old curve worked good at medium to long range but sucked when a target got in your face. I think this curve is the best happy medium I've ever used to date to combat ALL aim assist problems.

Here are my suggestions for trying out this setup or any new setup, for that matter.

- When trying out a NEW setup you should always have something to measure it against. I suggest that this be the Vanilla ST (No curves, tweaks, etc.), unless you already have a preferred setup of your own.


- Make TWO BO3 Configs, one with your measurable setup and one with my settings. 
- Tweak your sensitivities until your turn speed feels consistent between the two setups.
- Start off with your measurable setup and play for at least a few matches. I suggest you DONOT stay in the same lobby. Play maybe 3-4 games all from different lobbies.
- Switch to the trial setup and give it the same trial as your measurable setup.
- Don't base your results off pure stats alone. You should really find your preferred setup based on movement and shot accuracy "FEEL." The stats will come! When you have a setup that feels comfortable, you have a setup that builds confidence. Confidence creates dominance!
- With this particular setup, make sure you also give HIP fire a trial with both setups as well  ;) 
- Good luck with finding the best setup for you!  :)


I'm running 4000 DPI, 500 polling rate, 22 HIP, 5.5 ADS.

So here you go!

HIP:
- HIP Sensitivity at 4,000 DPI (Yes, I recently decided to cut my DPI in half. Why? Because IMO STv2 feels better at 4000 DPI, simple as that).
- Steady Aim [OFF]
- Hip ballistic curve (This curve helps you keep a lower sens for accurate Hip fire and still makes it possible to 360 if needed. The slow decline also helps maintain control of your quick turns).
- Hip X,Y ratio variation (again to help with Hip fire accuracy).
Code: [Select]
>>> XIM4 [Mouse Ballistics] START PASTE >>>
X4MB:AAAAGgA0AC4AMAAwAC4AMgAwADEANQAxADEAMgAwAA8fLj5OWmNrc3uCipKaoamxuMDI:X4MB
<<< XIM4 END PASTE <<<



IMO this is the best Anti Aim Assist curve I've ever used with BO3. This curve has literally restored my faith in the Vesper which previously was the worst gun I used when it came to AA. This curve can be used with SMG's and AR's. I haven't tried it with Snipers, but if the Sniper has AA it should help but may be too aggressive for that style of play.

This ADS curve looks "Crazy" aggressive. But is mostly linear with a burst of acceleration to break the AA bubble and you won't believe how well it works "Combating AA" once your sens is dialed in. I've also fine Tuned my Hip curve as well  :)

ADS:
- ADS delay setting for Assault rifles with quick aim attachment (140 ms)
- ADS Sens
- ADS Anti-Aim Assist ballistic curve
- ADS Steady Aim [OFF]
Code: [Select]
>>> XIM4 [Mouse Ballistics] START PASTE >>>
X4MB:AAAAGgA0AC4AMAAwAC4AMgAwADEANgAwADQAMAA1AFBZYmt1foeQmaOstb7IyMjIyMjI:X4MB
<<< XIM4 END PASTE <<<




PLEASE NOTE: All codes are for the latest "Released" Firmware and Manager. DONOT copy/paste these codes into older firmware drops.


Please visit this thread for different variations of this curve that may work better for you - http://xim4.com/community/index.php?topic=49063.0



CHEERS!!  :)

Why add a delay? I’ve always wondered why? Wouldn’t it be better to have a 0 second delay?

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Re: Black Ops 3 "Anti-sticky Aim" Setup. (Updated 09/16/16)
« Reply #439 on: 06:40 AM - 05/21/18 »
Why add a delay? I’ve always wondered why? Wouldn’t it be better to have a 0 second delay?

I don't think you understand how delay works. I feel like most people think delay is somehow changing how fast you AIM down sight in-game or something. You have to realize that the XIM can only do what is within the realm of a controller doing. Can a controller change how fast you ADS? No.

Delay setting in XIM is related to how fast your xim hip sense converts to the ads sense. Think about it, on a controller when you hold the left trigger the game decides when that slower sensitivity kicks in. And so it feels like a smooth transition from hip to ADS. Well with a XIM, the XIM itself is controlling that. Setting delay up properly means that there is no jump in sensitivity when your xim sense is either in hip or ads mode. As the game may still be in the process of pulling up the sights your XIM will already be in ADS sensitivity mode if you are on 0 delay, and that will make you feel a boost in speed and can effect your consistency aiming.

I probably did a poor job at describing it, but either way I just wanted to let you know that I don't think delay works the way you think it does. 0 is almost never the best option in a COD game where there are two different speeds.