Twistzz is in contention for being one of the best of all-time North American players in CSGO, and for a good reason. He has also always been on the list of most accurate CSGO players.

If you’re looking for a CSGO player to observe, learn from, and also be entertained by, then Twistzz is without a doubt a great contender.

While it could be argued that Twistzz’s skills and accuracy are a part of his talent that’s difficult to emulate, there are also technical aspects of gaming that he has thoroughly tried and tested to make it work for him.

In this article, I’ll be talking about Twistzz CSGO sensitivity & settings. Apart from listing his settings, I will also try to look at the reasoning behind his choices so that you, as a player, can also make reasonable adjustments if you want to copy him.

Mouse Settings

Settings NameTwistzz Mouse Settings
Zoom Sensitivity1.00
Windows Sensitivity6
Raw Input1
Mouse Acceleration0

CSGO is a first-person shooter game where you will thrive really well with low mouse DPI and sensitivity. While it may initially feel clunky, having lower DPI and sensitivity gives you better accuracy.


Settings NameTwistzz Crosshair Settings
Sniper Width1

Game Settings

Settings NameTwistzz Game Settings
Enable Game Instructor MessagesNo
Max Acceptable Matchmaking Ping150
Max Acceptable Game Traffic BandwidthUnrestricted
Community Notification LocationTop Left
Enable Developer ConsoleYes
Friendly Fire Reticle WarningAlways Off
HUD Scale0.85
HUD ColorDefault
HUD Background Alpha0.50
Health / Ammo StyleDefault

Video Settings

Settings NameTwistzz Video Settings
Color ModeComputer Monitor
Aspect RatioNormal 4:3
Display ModeFullscreen
Laptop Power SavingsDisabled
Global Shadow QualityHigh
Model / Texture DetailLow
Effect DetailLow
Shader DetailLow
Multicore RenderingEnabled
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing ModeNone
FXAA Anti-AliasingDisabled
Texture Filtering ModeBilinear
Wait for Vertical SyncDisabled
Motion BlurDisabled
Triple-Motion ModeDisabled

In CSGO, there are two things that are of utmost importance when looking for an enemy: the sound of the footsteps and shadows. It’s especially important in darker areas like tunnels and rooms where there is a particular source of light. According to Twistzz, if your computer can handle high shadow quality, always opt for it.

Twistzz also alternates between 1280×960 resolution and 1152×864, depending on what he thinks looks good at the time. As for the aspect ratio, while 16:9 gives a wider field of vision, 4:3 is the best when you’re trying to achieve the maximum framerate per second.

When it comes to video settings, it’s extremely important to take into account your level of comfort and not just what pro players use or what your computer can handle.


Settings NameTwistzz Viewmodel Settings
Offset X2.5
Offset Y0
Offset Z-1.5
Shift Left Amt1.5
Shift Right Amt0.75

It would seem like Twistzz prefers seeing the character, or in this case the view model, on his right-hand side instead of totally removing the hands from the screen as seen below.

Twistzz viewmodel

This could be entirely preferential. It could also be a great reference point when aiming.

Bob Settings

Settings NameTwistzz Bob Settings
Lower Amt21
Amt Lat0.33
Amt Vert0.14

PC Setup

Twistzz has an AMD Ryzen 7 5800X for his processor and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070. Both are overkill for a game like CSGO. Regardless, the game will still obviously benefit from such high-end hardware.

Twistzz then pairs it with Steelseries Apex 7 red switch keyboard, a Steelseries Prime mouse, a Steelseries Arctis Pro + GameDAC Headset, and an Alienware AW2518H 25-inch 240 Hz monitor. He’s obviously sponsored Steelseries, but these are all fantastic equipment either way.