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Wxstrn arm/wrist smooth transition to ads SND beams!  (Read 372 times)

Offline Wxstrn-

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Try this I'd like to know what you guys think.

1000hz Mouse
1000hz Xim Apex
Mainly I just play common sync
1600-1800 - 3200 dpi.    With 1800 being my main. I have a G502 and can switch dpi in game etc.

1.0 XY Xim
1.0 IN GAME
20/20


16.00=  HIP

SAB = 0
SA = 1.0
Boost = 0


12.50 ADS
185-250 Activation Delay
150-200 Deactivation Delay
Smooth Trans= On
SAB= 0
SA= 0.7
Boost= 50-85


I also have been using a reverse dynamic curve lol.
Just work with me here for a second...

It's almost like the dynamic curve used in game but is more sensitive at the beginning and also pairs nicely with the standard.
However, linear feels like PC using my curve. If your aim is warm it's quite nice. You don't run into auto aim drag or anything while using linear with my curve.


Want it to feel balanced, full control? Linear 1800 dpi 
Want something more sticky? use standard curve... go up in dpi for a boost. you get the pattern?
Want to feel fast? linear curve go up in dpi

Want to hit long shots playing defense? Dynamic curve with low to mid dpi change dpi on your push higher.

Also use standard aim assist in game.



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>>> XIM APEX [Translate Ballistics] START COPY >>>
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I hope I posted that right.

Here is a picture. If you want to use the curve on hip I would probably suggest moving the end of the curve up on the last value. Make sense? Anyways I've had great success with it. It's fun. Not some kind of magic I don't think. I like it though. Try it!



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Here's full config...
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>>> XIM APEX [Tom Cruise] START COPY >>>

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« Last Edit: 04:13 PM - 03/26/20 by Wxstrn- »

Offline Toploff25

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Re: Wxstrn arm/wrist smooth transition to ads SND beams!
« Reply #1 on: 01:52 PM - 03/30/20 »
All I have to say man is great config. Ive tweaked it a bit and use it with 16k dpi. This config is the best config I have tried hands down. Everything about it is smooth. Thanks for your config brother and btw the curves with linear work like a charm! Cheers!

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Re: Wxstrn arm/wrist smooth transition to ads SND beams!
« Reply #2 on: 02:44 PM - 03/30/20 »
what game is this for?

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Re: Wxstrn arm/wrist smooth transition to ads SND beams!
« Reply #3 on: 05:46 PM - 03/30/20 »
what game is this for?
Modern warfare

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Re: Wxstrn arm/wrist smooth transition to ads SND beams!
« Reply #4 on: 10:10 PM - 03/30/20 »
Thank you so much guys! I also have slide set to tap in game & use auto super sprint. I have a sprint bind on shift but also sprint on C as a secondary. So I can slide cancel and keep sprinting just by hitting slide three times. Lol.

I have a slide cancel sprint jump bind on the g502 onboard memory as well. It helps me dip out or duck when I get shot at.

If anyone is interested I have an advanced movement bind config with multiple aux configs for sprinting and sliding and for free look when going prone or sliding.


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