CS:GO Pro Settings and Gear List

Welcome to our CS:GO Pro Settings and Gear List. This is where we get our data from to give you our analysis on the most used gaming peripherals and gear and our competitive settings guide. We research everything we can find from settings like DPI & eDPI, sensitivity, resolution to gear and hardware like monitors, mice, mousepads, keyboards.

Maybe you don’t want to know what the average sensitivity of professional players is but are much more interested in what sens your specific favorite CS:GO pros like f0rest, scream, GeT_RiGhT, shox, device, s1mple or fallen are using. Well, in that case, this is the right place. We chose the top 30 teams in competitive CS:GO and listed them in our internal ranking which is aggravated by recent and historical competitive performance.

The list you see below is connected to our database where we update the information as soon as possible. If we made any mistakes, please feel free to join us in the comments to discuss these settings and their sources. If you have any further questions, you can refer to our FAQ as well. Thank you for reading.

44 Comments on “CS:GO – Pro Settings & Gear List”

      1. Stump is right, Zowie only offer 400/800/1600/3200 dpi so them being on 500 is not possible. I think you just simply confused the two 😀

  1. s1mple uses 800×600 rn but he changes between it and 1024×768 🙂 just a suggestion but u guys should post pro crosshairs too 😀

  2. Hello there is some contradiction when listing Kjaerbye’s keyboard as every site has a different one listed. Here you have Logitech RGB G610, a site that links to you has K70 RGB Reds and astralis also has Corsair RGB STRAFE silent cherry MX. So which one is correct and why would he go to a Logitech that is in my opinion inferior to K70 or even STRAFE. I like this site, but one suggestion I would make is add a column where it lists when the player’s setup was last updated and from which event you got the info from. Adding crosshairs would also be very good 🙂

  3. Niko Resolution is 1024×768. The !resolution command shows his video settings from Dec 30th which is the same time he updated his config showing 1.55 sens.

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