PashaBiceps CSGO Pro Settings

Let’s check out what PashaBiceps (ex-Virtus Pro) is using to pop off his headshots!
PashaBiceps CSGO Pro Settings




Jarosław “PashaBiceps” Jarząbkowski is a legendary professional Counter Strike Global Offensive player, mostly known from his career with Virtus Pro with the OG Golden Five squad… and for his big biceps, of course.

PashaBiceps has been a Counter Strike star since 1.6 version of the game and is arguably one of the most successful players in terms of earnings. Even though he has retired from the professional scene, he is still streaming and actively playing CS:GO. So, let's see what he is using for his setup! 

PashaBiceps CS Mouse Settings

PashaBiceps is using the Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse with these specific mouse settings:

DPI400
Mouse Sensitivity2.20
eDPI (Effective DPI)800
Zoom Sensitivity1.00
Hz500
Windows Sensitivity6
Raw Input1
Mouse Acceleration0

Just as players like Krimz, PashaBiceps is using a DPI of 400, which is super low. However, most players that have been around since 1.6 think that this is the most effective DPI value; it’s a matter of habit, really. However, his mouse sensitivity is much higher than most CS:GO pros, as it is set at 2.20. 

Plus, it’s also worth noting that he is using his Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse with a cable most of the time, but that is nothing surprising if you think about it.

PashaBiceps CS Crosshair Settings

PashaBiceps is using a classic green crosshair with a center dot to pop his heads off:

Draw Outline0
Alpha250
Color4
Blue250
Green250
Red250
Dot1
Gap-4
Size1
Style5
Thickness5
Sniper Width1
PashaBiceps CS Crosshair Settings

It’s a pretty classic solution, and well, again – many veteran Counter Strike players are going for it. If you want to customize it for your needs, be sure to check out our guide on it: CS:GO Crosshair Commands Explained

PashaBiceps Crosshair Config

And if you want to try out this classy crosshair, here’s a config to paste into your Developer Console:

cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0; cl_crosshairalpha 250; cl_crosshaircolor 4; cl_crosshaircolor_b 250; cl_crosshaircolor_g 250; cl_crosshaircolor_r 250; cl_crosshairdot 1; cl_crosshairgap -4; cl_crosshairsize 1; cl_crosshairstyle 5; cl_crosshairthickness 5; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1;

PashaBiceps CS Viewmodel Settings

PashaBiceps is rocking on the highest FOV (Field of view) value, which is 68. Other than that, his viewmodel settings are nothing exceptional if we compare it to other pro players like Shroud or S1mple.

FOV68
Offset X2.5
Offset Y0
Offset Z-1.5
Presetpos3
Shift Left Amt1.5
Shift Right Amt0.75
Recoil0
Righthand1
Bob Lower Amt21
Bob Amt Lat0.4
Bob Amt Vert0.25
Bob Cycle0.98
pashabiceps viewmodel

Again, if you want to tweak it for your needs, we encourage you to check out our in-depth viewmodel guide: Ultimate CS:GO Viewmodel Guide

PashaBiceps Viewmodel Config

If you want to try out Pasha’s viewmodel, you can also simply paste these settings into your console:

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; cl_bob_lower_amt 5; cl_bobamt_lat 0.33; cl_bobamt_vert 0.14; cl_bobcycle 0.98;

PashaBiceps CS Video Settings

PashaBiceps General Video Settings

Resolution1024x768
Aspect Ratio4:3
Scaling ModeStretched Black Bars
Color ModeComputer Monitor
Brightness 130%
Display ModeFullscreen

PashaBiceps is playing on a 4:3 stretched black bars aspect ratio, with a 1024x768 resolution. With these settings, all player models are bigger, which makes it easier to hit them. 

PashaBiceps Advanced Video Settings

The advanced video settings have not been officially revealed by Papito. However, when you watch his streams, it’s clear that he doesn’t really care about the actually quality of the gameplay, so his advanced video settings probably look something like this:

Global Shadow QualityVery Low
Model/Texture DetailLow
Texture StreamingDisabled
Effect DetailLow
Shader DetailLow
Boost Player ContrastEnabled
Multicore RenderingEnabled
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing ModeNone
FXAA Anti-AliasingDisabled
Texture Filtering ModeBilinear
Wait for Vertical SyncDisabled
Motion BlurDisabled
Triple-Monitor ModeDisabled
Use Uber ShadersEnabled

That’s about it! While these settings may not give you the bigger biceps or even grant you The Global Elite, they can work excellently as inspiration for many, and it’s really worth trying them out just “for science”.



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