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 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.

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

        1. We will see how StarSeries Season 4 & IEM Katowice 2018 go and adjust the ranking accordingly! 🙂

  1. why sk gaming is not in 1 place in the ranking of voices? 8 titles in the same year is not enough yet? How to put sk gaming in 1 place in raking and clan faze in 2 place? up because currently on htlv the sk gaming and top 1

  2. According to HLTV, the current ranking is this: SK, FaZe, Cloud9, G2, Astralis, fnatic, mousesports, NiP, Natus Vincere, and Virtus.pro as the top in in that order. Last updated on the 29th.

    1. Can you clip the moment where Stewie2k’s mouse was shown / said by him please. His twitch commands are outdated. 🙂

  3. Oh, I did not realize his commands at the moment are outdated. I just assumed he was using the G Pro at the time because of the commands. He might be actually using that and maybe updated the commands. Sorry but I don’t have any evidence. 🙁

  4. Major shoutout to the work you guys do.. I’ve done the same via ftp servers back in the 1.6/css days. You guys surely love what you do and that is what esports is about. Respect and thanks.

    1. The page is outdated in some aspects, it just says that the monitor is 240hz, kennys prefers playing 120hz, also shox is definitely on the g pro. Updated their headsets though, thank you. 🙂

    1. We will see how the upcoming tournaments (cs_summit, StarSeries, IEM Katowice) go and change the ranking accordingly. 🙂

    1. I just asked b0rup and this is his crosshair right now: cl_crosshairsize 2.5, cl_crosshairgap -2, cl_crosshairthickness 1, cl_crosshaircolor 4, cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0, cl_crosshairdot 0, cL_crosshairstyle 6

      1. You are correct, you can see the Razer Logo in the twitch vod. Fixed Twistzz’s mouse, thank you! 🙂

  5. Steels settings:
    1280×800 stretched
    Crosshair size 2.5 gap 0 thickness 1 dot 0
    Sensitivity 1 @ 800dpi
    HyperX cloud alpha, alloy elite RGB brown switch, and fury s pro xl

  6. s1mple’s crosshair is, source navi’s video about his settings.
    cl_crosshairsize “3” cl_crosshairgap “-1” cl_crosshair_drawoutline “0” cl_crosshairthickness “1” cl_crosshaircolor “4/1” cl_crosshairstyle “4”

    1. We will see how StarSeries Season 4 & IEM Katowice 2018 go and adjust the ranking accordingly! 🙂

    1. It’s not, i’m sure 100%, u can compare some player use the Zowie ZA, the hump is higher than coldzera’s mouse.
      It’s still the FK2, if u compare to Taco’s angle, it’s all the same, playback the twitch video, u can see that.

          1. Thank you for posting another souce confirming coldzera’s mouse. 🙂

    1. The !mouse command is incorrect, he just has it because HyperX sponsors Cloud9. Stewie2k’s resolution is still 1024×768 4:3 black bars as seen at cs_summit. 🙂

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