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The Best Settings For Cold War PC by Crimsix

The Best Settings For Cold War PC by Crimsix

These are the best settings for COD Black Ops Cold War on PC by Crimsix, the winningest player in COD history. Crimsix walks you through all his settings on PC for Call of Duty Cold War in his latest video featured on the Dallas Empire’s YouTube channel.

Field of View & Aim Assist

He goes into particular depth regarding field of view and why his is 95 and not 120, and the combination of using independent aim assist rather than one of the others.


His horizontal stick sensitivity is 6, his vertical stick sensitivity is 6, aim down sights sensitivity is .85 for Low Zoom, and aim down sights sensitivity is .7 for High Zoom. For mantle, he runs manual and then “on press”. He says, the advanced stick minimum input threshold for the left stick is 1, but the right stick should never go below 3.

FPS Boosts

Then, Crimsix said do not run Nvidia Game Filters, it reduces the FPS for him by nearly 100.


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Current Team
Past Teams
CompLexity, Empire, Evil Geniuses, OpTic
May 29, 1993

Crimsix, also known as Ian Porter, is a professional Call of Duty player and a professional Halo player. He is a 2014 and 2017 and 2020 Call of Duty World Champion. He is an XGames Call of Duty Gold Medalist. Crimsix is known as the “Winningest Call of Duty Player Ever” with 37 Championship and he has held this title since May of 2015. He was the first person in the world to earn the title of “Major League Gaming Pro Player”, in both Halo and Call of Duty. He is tied with Clayster and Karma for the most Call of Duty World Championships with three rings.

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Crimsix Joins The Dallas Empire

Crimsix joins the Dallas Empire for the Call of Duty Modern Warfare season.

Crimsix, Hastr0, and the Dallas Empire social media accounts announced that they had joined forces. This announcement completes the Dallas Empire’s starting roster for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare season. This video was shown via the announcement:


Crimsix, also known as Ian Porter, began playing Call of Duty competitively in 2008 and also was the first player to play both Halo and Call of Duty at the professional level. He has won 2 World Championships.