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, and resolution to gear and hardware like monitors, mice, mousepads, and 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 CSGO 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.



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1,898 Comments on “CS:GO Pro Settings & Gear List”

  1. Are you able to tell me if pros are still using digital vibrance on nvidia settings, since benq monitor now have an onboard color vibrance changer? And if so, how much nvidia digital vibrance most of them use? Thanks

    1. Yes, pros still use digital vibrance in the NVIDIA settings. Most of them use it between 75-100. 🙂

  2. And can you update the order of the teams according to hltv ranks? It would be really nice. Keep up the awesome work!

    1. Yes, coldzera’s resolution is 1024×768 4:3 stretched right now as you can see in the list above. 🙂

    1. Unfortunately grux’s settings & gear were never shared by him. Hopefully we can add him in the future. 🙂

    1. It’s about personal preference really. You should go to shop with multiple keyboards and most importantly different keyswitches on display for testing and see which switch you like the most. Once you know what switch is the best for your liking you can start selecting keyboard with the switch type you like.

  3. Average eDPI of CS:GO Pros
    856
    (Rifler)

    In this csgo settings guide this is the value i found, is this updated with the current settings from this list? Thanks!

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