Brax CSGO Settings

Take a look at this article to see the exact settings on which the retired professional CSGO player Brax played on!
Brax CSGO Settings




Braxton Pierce, also known as Brax and Swag, is a retired professional Counter Strike Global Offensive player from the United States. Before retiring, he was mostly known for playing in compLexity Gaming and iBUYPOWER. He was considered one of the best of America's young talents at the time, so let's look at his CSGO settings to see how he played the game!

Brax CS Mouse Settings

Brax used a Logitech G70 - a lightspeed wireless gaming mouse made for Counter Strike Global Offensive and similar FPS games. In the table below, you'll be able to see his exact DPI.

DPI

400

Mouse Sensitivity

1.50

eDPI (Effective DPI)

600

Zoom Sensitivity

1

Hz

1000

Windows Sensitivity

6

Raw Input

0

Mouse Acceleration

0


Brax's eDPI is 400, considered low, but it's among the most popular eDPIs among the professional Counter Strike Global Offensive players. It's a perfect DPI for him, which allows him to control his shots exactly how he wants.

But if that doesn't float your boat, you can check our article on mouse sensitivity in CS GO, which will show you everything you need to know about mouse sensitivity settings in CSGO.

Brax CS Crosshair Settings

Now let's take a look at Brax's crosshair settings down below.

Draw Outline

0

Alpha

200

Color

2

Blue

50

Green

250

Red

250

Dot

0

Gap

-3

Size

3

Style

4

Thickness

0

Sniper Width

1

Brax uses a medium-sized classic yellow crosshair. It's not too small or too big, so it's perfect for aiming precisely at the enemies.

If you don't like how his crosshair looks, you can always check our article on crosshair commands, where we'll show you how to modify your crosshair with commands detailly.

Brax's Crosshair Config

Copy and paste this config into your console to instantly apply the same crosshair he uses.

cl_crosshairalpha 200 ;cl_crosshaircolor 2 ;cl_crosshaircolor_b 50 ;cl_crosshaircolor_r 250 ;cl_crosshaircolor_g 250 ;cl_crosshairdot 0 ;cl_crosshair_t 0 ;cl_crosshairgap -3 ; cl_crosshairsize 3 ; cl_crosshairstyle 4 ; cl_crosshairusealpha 1 ; cl_crosshairthickness 1 ; cl_fixedcrosshairgap -3 ; cl_crosshair_outlinethickness 0 ; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0 ;

Brax CS Viewmodel Settings

Down in this table below, you'll be able to see Brax's viewmodel settings.

FOV

68

Offset X

2.5

Offset Y

0

Offset Z

-1.5

Presetpos

3

Shift Left Amt

1.5

Shift Right Amt

0.75

Recoil

0

Righthand

1

Bob Lower Amt

21

Bob Amt Lat

0.4

Bob Amt Vert

0.25

Bob Cycle

0.98

Brax has his FOV set to 68, which is the highest value in the game used by most of the professional Counter Strike Global Offensive players.

His bobbing settings are set to a minimum, so his hands move as little as possible while he's shooting or walking. His viewmodel settings are set exactly to make enough space to see his enemies - his hand looks a little bit centered on the screen.

If you don't like his viewmodel settings and want to change something, you can look at our article on viewmodel commands, where we'll show you how to perfectly modify your viewmodel settings.

Brax's Viewmodel Config

Here's the exact config you can copy and paste into your console to immediately apply the settings to your game.

viewmodel_fov 68; viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y 0; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_presetpos 3; cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt 1.5; cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt 0.75; viewmodel_recoil 0; cl_righthand 1;

Brax CS Video Settings

Let's look at Brax's video settings to see exactly what his game looks like.

Brax's General Video Settings

Down below, you'll be able to see Brax's general video settings.

Resolution

1920x1080

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Scaling Mode

Stretched

Color Mode

Computer Monitor

Brightness

95%

Display Mode

Fullscreen


One of the most interesting things here is Brax's resolution, which is 1920x1080, and the aspect ratio of 16:9. This is an unusual resolution and one of the harder ones to play on. It's really impressive how he's a professional CSGO player with 1920x1080. His brightness is set to 95%, and scaling mode is stretched.

Brax's Advanced Video Settings

Here you can take a look at Brax's advanced video settings.

Global Shadow Quality

Medium

Model/Texture Detail

Low

Texture Streaming

Disabled

Effect Detail

Medium

Shader Detail

Medium

Boost Player Contrast

Enabled

Multicore Rendering

Enabled

Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode

None

FXAA Anti-Aliasing

Disabled

Texture Filtering Mode

Bilinear

Wait for Vertical Sync

Disabled

Motion Blur

Disabled

Triple-Monitor Mode

Disabled

Use Uber Shaders

Disabled

Brax's video settings aren't set to the lowest values. His effect detail and shader detail are set on medium, also like his global shadow quality. This makes his game run smoothly, making his surroundings look clear while not playing on the lowest settings. The shader values can help him if he wants to see the shadows of his enemies, which can be really useful.

Brax is a player whose settings you should definitely try out, especially if you're a fan of the 1920x1080 resolution. So now you know how one of America's best young talents used to play his game!



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