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Offline Sangi

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #30 on: 08:15 AM - 11/21/16 »
^ 12K dpi at 12 sens is pretty high which is why AA works well for you. The higher the sens, the better you can manage AA. Curve's are typically most effective for low to mid sens players.

I see now :)

I love the high sensitivity because of how quick I turn around, super useful in CQC..

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #31 on: 11:54 AM - 11/21/16 »
I think what I'm struggling with in my setup is finding how to have quick hip fire movements but still have good accuracy at range. I typically bounce back and forth between assault and medic so that should give you an idea of what I mean about 'range.' Typically when running assault it's no problem, and when running medic, on smaller maps it's not an issue either.

What I've tried is getting hip setup where I like it, then knocking down the sens for ADS really low, but at one point that got to like .5-2 and was hard to really tell a difference as I ran out of adjustability. The one thing I never thought about adjusting was just moving the mouse further for those quicker close range movements! Doh!

I hope that makes sense, it's sort of hard to explain but all that was basically saying, I think this setup will work well for me. I'm going to give it a try soon. I've also programmed in 2 other dpi settings to the g502 so I'll be trying this setup at 12k, 9.5k and 6k and report back

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #32 on: 01:08 PM - 11/21/16 »
@Sangi

I've effectively dumped curves due to my high sense.  Default setup is all I run now.  The auto-rotate AA is stupid strong in BF1 though, so even running high sense (18 ADS at 12k DPI, 200% soldier, 100% advanced zooms), I still get pulled off target as if someone grabbed my mouse cord and started tugging it.

I need to turn off auto rotate...

I just raised my sensitivity to 14 hip and 14 ads also run 12k DPI. 100 soldier, 100 advance zooms. It feels even better now, getting some really good results.

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #33 on: 03:07 PM - 11/21/16 »
I just raised my sensitivity to 14 hip and 14 ads also run 12k DPI. 100 soldier, 100 advance zooms. It feels even better now, getting some really good results.

Did you put the curve in the HIP?

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #34 on: 04:04 PM - 11/21/16 »
Thank you zombie thanks rml.

Fan fudging tastic guys. Spin on a dime, ads on target....  Smooth tracking.

Great work. I'll buy you a beer

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #35 on: 04:05 PM - 11/21/16 »
Errr now can you do something with modern warfare remastered?! It's a pile of poo to aim in that game.

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #36 on: 04:14 PM - 11/21/16 »
I just raised my sensitivity to 14 hip and 14 ads also run 12k DPI. 100 soldier, 100 advance zooms. It feels even better now, getting some really good results.

Did you put the curve in the HIP?

Nope, don't feel like I need it, I'm getting hip kills no problem..

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #37 on: 04:22 PM - 11/21/16 »
I just raised my sensitivity to 14 hip and 14 ads also run 12k DPI. 100 soldier, 100 advance zooms. It feels even better now, getting some really good results.

Did you put the curve in the HIP?

Nope, don't feel like I need it, I'm getting hip kills no problem..

Ok, yah with that high sense you don't need it.

If you play at 3.5 like I do without the HIP curve I can see why you couldn't turn. What my curve does is cater to low to med sense players so we benefit from having control and then being able to hit max turn speed quickly.

I've always played with the HIP translator in the ADS since near the beginning of XIM Edge. I know that the ADS mechanic is different from the HIP but I've always preferred the smooth transition going from HIP to ADS with the HIP translator.

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #38 on: 04:44 PM - 11/21/16 »
n1

6000dpi sens hip 2 ads 2

Feels like mouse accel in quake live 😎

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #39 on: 04:47 PM - 11/21/16 »
n1

6000dpi sens hip 2 ads 2

Feels like mouse accel in quake live 😎

Yes but it's fixed acceleration and you learn when it kicks in. It's not random and coming out of nowhere.


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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #40 on: 07:02 PM - 11/21/16 »
Those settings are really good. Most universal ones. I didn't supose i could play with USA on but it really works.  Settings from RML are also very playable but this from you Zombie are even better. Mostly because you dont need to set every setting individualy.

I'm playing 8.5 in XIM4 and 12k dpi. Still investigating if it doesn't need to be lower a bit.

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #41 on: 10:22 PM - 11/21/16 »
Thanks for doing this. I didn't care for it at first, but then I realized I still had zoom sens at 200%. Once I changed it to 100% it worked great. I also dropped from 12K to 8k. This and the MG15 is almost criminal.

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #42 on: 01:15 AM - 11/22/16 »
I just realised that Bf4 has the universal soldier aiming now. Must have been added in an update. I'm guessing that we could do this in Bf4 too?

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #43 on: 04:49 AM - 11/22/16 »
Cool. I hate sniping. I am guessing this doesn't apply

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Re: My Battlefield 1 Settings Nov 20/2016
« Reply #44 on: 07:50 AM - 11/22/16 »
I'm using this setting, same as Zombie suggests.

Mouse : G502 @ 12k DPI & 1000 Hz poll rate
Hip & ADS sensitivity : 7.0

Still haven't spend enough time with it.. but it feels smooth and I can see that this will be great once I have spent a few more hours with it.

Cool. I hate sniping. I am guessing this doesn't apply

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Why wouldn't it apply?

From what I gather, this setup is great for developing good muscle memory.

Therefore you need to invest some time with this, to not only find your sensitivity but also to develop that "muscle memory".

Sniping or not, aiming is all about muscle memory for me. Once that is set in, it's the different between aiming and killing someone in 0.3 second VS 1 second.


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