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Offline Stylesb111

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Re: For Anyone Struggling with Fortnite AA
« Reply #30 on: 12:10 PM - 04/12/18 »
No one should really 1000hz polling on the mouse most mice that support don’t actually support it and especially if your using a mouse on console you should never go over 500

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Offline wugg

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Re: For Anyone Struggling with Fortnite AA
« Reply #31 on: 03:00 PM - 04/12/18 »
I’m still new to this. Wouldn’t you want more aa, or are people looking for a more “authentic” pc experience?

If people wanted the authentic pc experience then they’d just disable AA. AA with XIM can be good for locking into a target but bad for tracking once you’re on target. Some settings feel like you’re dragging your mouse through the mud while fighting against AA when ADSing. Your crosshairs will follow the target but will trail behind so you’re not actually on target. What people in this thread are trying to achieve with AA is assistance in locking on, but less interference when tracking while locked on.

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Re: For Anyone Struggling with Fortnite AA
« Reply #32 on: 04:37 PM - 04/12/18 »
Firmware -- Beta 402
Mouse DPI -- 3200
Mouse Polling -- 500hz
Xim Apex -- 500hz polling

Hip -- 25.00
ADS -- 10.0
Smoothing -- 0
Synchronize -- Common
AA -- On

This feels amazing, short range is spot on, long range is spot on.  Use hip to line up, then ADS lock and tap your shots.  This is strong enough to pull out of AA.  I used to run 1000hz @12k dpi, higher is NOT better imo.