CSGO2ASIA.com has prepared you with what equipment and settings do Hui “DD” Wu uses to face all of the best Asian teams!
Hui “DD” Wu is a professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player from Mainland China. He was born in China, August 11, 1994. Formerly known as qhz, he is also QuanQing “qz” Wu’s younger brother, a former professional CS:GO player who is now a caster for numerous famous CS:GO tournaments in China.
His esports activities in Counter-Strike can be dated back to 2009. However, Hui’s professional journey really began with TYLOO in 2013, in which he played for both the Counter-Strike Online and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive rosters at the same time. Among their numerous accomplishments is K1 Counter-Strike: Online League 2013 Season 3, CSO World Championship 2013, Esports Champion League 2013 Season 1, and many more.
TYLOO made their international debut when they qualified for DreamHack Masters Malmo 2016, where they astonished everyone by beating Luminosity and Team Liquid, the world’s #2 and #8 best teams at that time. Since then, TYLOO has consistently emerged as one of Asia’s top teams, with 2018 being their greatest year, with a #10 standing on the HLTV rankings. However, the first day of 2019 also marks the final day of the original TYLOO CS:GO squad. TYLOO dismissed DD on January 1, 2019. He took a three-month hiatus before joining OneThree, along with four other former TYLOO players, and later rebranded to Wings Up Gaming.
Wings Up’s accomplishments include wins at Funspark ULTI 2020 Asia, ImbaTV CSGO Professional League Season 1, and 5E Arena Open Season 2: East Asia. As of right now, DD currently plays for Wings Up Gaming as an in-game leader.
Playing at the highest level means using equipment that’s going to maximize your potential and keep your body from breaking down. For gaming equipment check and better gaming performance, a player should have the most comfortable mouse, mouse pad, monitor, headset for him/herself. These four main tools, if chosen properly, can give a slight advantage to the player. As an FPS player, mouse and monitor is probably the most important one. As we can see, DD uses some of the best equipment available in the market right now.
|Mouse||Lgoitech G Pro Wireless|
|Monitor||BENQ XL2546K 240HZ|
|Headset||HyperX Cloud Alpha|
Aiming and mouse movement is an essential part of the skills to acquire in order to be good at Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Finding a comfortable and at the same time, accurate sensitivity can be struggling or even nerve-racking. The key is to use whatever feels comfortable and stick with it. It is best not to change your mouse sensitivity too frequently. Although the configuration for every people is not the same, consider trying DD’s mouse settings down below:
According to ProSettings, more than 74% of CS:GO professional players use a 4:3 aspect ratio, and 73% stretched scaling mode. Changing your aspect ratio will have the absolute greatest impact on the way you view the game. Different ratios allow for different resolutions, and some displays will look a lot different than others. Nevertheless, keep in mind to use whatever resolution works best for you. There is no such thing as the best resolution for everyone. Same as mouse sensitivity, we advise you not to change your resolution too frequently to have the benefit of your muscle memory.
|Color Mode||Computer Monitor|
|Black Bars / Stretched||Black bars|
DD’s Crosshair Settings
Finding a perfect crosshair can improve your game in a big way. One thing to consider in finding the perfect crosshair is that the crosshair should be visible in any map environment yet should not be distracting and blocks your viewing angle. DD’s crosshair settings can be found below:
cl_crosshairalpha 255; cl_crosshaircolor 2; cl_crosshairdot 0; cl_crosshairgap -2; cl_crosshairsize 3; cl_crosshairstyle 4; cl_crosshairusealpha 1; cl_crosshairthickness 0.5; cl_crosshair_sniper_width 1; cl_crosshair_outlinethickness 1; cl_crosshair_drawoutline 0;
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