Stewie2k CS2 Settings: Crosshair, Video, Mouse Settings

Explore Stewie2k's CS2 settings all compiled into one place, including Crosshair, Video, Mouse, & ViewModel settings.

Having won the only CSGO Major for North America, Stewie2k is widely regarded as one of the best NA players. Even with his shift to Valorant, he can be seen playing the newly up-and-about Counter Strike 2 on his Twitch. If you were watching and wondering what settings Stewie2k uses for CS2, you are at the right place.

Key Takeaways

Some Crosshair Settings that Stewie uses are:

  • Drawoutline: 1
  • Dot: 0
  • Gap: -2
  • Size: 2.5

Stewie also uses a High Mouse Sensitivity, Low DPI setup as below:

  • Sensitivity: 2.3
  • DPI: 400
  • eDPI: 920

Apart from these, he uses low resolution along with really high graphics settings to make the most out of his hardware. 

Finding the right settings for yourself is just as important as grinding the fundamentals, especially when it comes to CS. Instead of aimlessly trying all the options out and then realizing you are still where you started, picking up your favourite player’s settings can give you that craving edge.

Stewie2k sigining to EG's CS roster
Stewie2k on Evil Genuis’ CS Roster (Image by eXputer)

Hence, if you are looking for someone to gobble right up, no one’s better than the man in question. So, we have gathered all the CS2 settings of Stewie2k for you to note down and try out.

Are you new to the game? Check out our Best Counter-Strike 2 Settings guide to get that extra oomph!

Crosshair Settings

Stewie2k Crosshair settings in CS2
Stewie2k’s Crosshair in CS2 (Image Captured by eXputer)

His crosshair settings are as follows:

Drawoutline 1
Alpha 255
Color 5
Blue 255
Green 255
Red 255
Dot 0
Gap -2
Size 2.5
Style 4
Thickness 1
Sniper Width 1.5
Crosshair Code: CSGO-QVV9H-dfdPZ-G97WJ-E3SxF-tHwzF 

Mouse Settings

Mouse settings that Stewie2k uses in CS2 boast high sensitivity with a low DPI. This lands him right in the middle of the eDPI scale, allowing him to perform those swift round-winning flicks while being mostly accurate.

If you want to do what he does when he picks his Endgame XM2WE up.

Here are Stewie2k’s mouse settings:

DPI 400
Sensitivity 2.3
eDPI 920
Zoom Sensitivity 1.1
Hz 1000
Windows Sensitivity 6

Monitor Settings

So, if you want to experience what Stewie sees, the following are his Monitor Settings:

Resolution 1024×768
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Scaling Mode Black Bars
Refresh Rate 240Hz
Brightness 80%
Display Mode Fullscreen

Video Settings

stewie2k CS2 Settings
Stewie2k’s Video Settings in CS2 (Image by eXputer)

With a low resolution comes a blurry mess, and Stewie2k knows that. His video settings work in harmony with his monitor to bring about clear and visible objects on the screen.

This comes about by high Anti-Aliasing and the maximum texture details the game can throw at you. With such a low resolution, these settings become a no-brainer.

Stewie2k’s Video Settings are as given: 

Boost Player Contrast Enabled
Wait for Vertical Sync Disabled
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode 4X MSAA
Global Shadow Quality Very High
Model / Texture Detail Very High
Texture Filtering Mode Anisotropic 16X
Shader Detail High
Particle Detail Low
Ambient Occlusion Disabled
High Dynamic Range Quality
FidelityFX Super Resolution Disabled [Highest Quality]

Viewmodel Settings

Stewie2k viewmodel settings in cs2
Stewie2k’s ViewModel Settings in CS2 (Image Captured by eXputer)

Your in-game model visible on the screen can sometimes take up a huge chunk of your display, making it harder to see the other objects. These other objects could very well be other enemies that you could have a harder time reacting to. Just like most settings, this also mostly comes down to player preference.

Stewie2k uses pretty subtle ViewModel settings in CS2. He also prefers to have the ViewModel not take up a lot of space by having the stock almost out of view.

You can also have the same view with the following settings: 

FOV 68
Offset X 2.5
Offset Y 0
Offset Z -1.5
Presetpos 3
Console Code: viewmodel_fov 68; viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y 0; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_presetpos 3; 

Launch Options

Stewie2k uses a couple of launch options in CS2 to give him a slight edge in the game. He sets his frequency/refresh rate to 240, game priority to high, and disables the entry video to give himself a few extra seconds when loading in. While not extremely game-changing, it is better to have these options enabled if not at all.

Launch Options: -freq 240 -high -novid

To apply these launch options, go through the following steps:

  1. Open Steam and locate CS2 in your game library.
  2. Right-click on it and click on Properties.
  3. In the General tab, click on Launch Options.
    Steam Launch Options
    Steam Launch Options (Image by eXputer)
  4. Paste the launch options in and click on OK.

Final Words

This wraps up our settings guide on Stewie2k for CS2. Hopefully, the settings fare well for you and help you get better. Even if they don’t, these settings are not set in stone. You can always play around with them and experiment. Pro Player settings don’t always guarantee you will instantly develop a feel for them. They exist there as a baseline for how yours should be. 


What GPU does Stewie use?

He uses an Nvidia Geforce RTX 3090 Ti, ensuring he gets the most out of his games.

What sensitivity does Stewie2k use?

He uses a Sensitivity of 2.3 along with a Mouse DPI of 400, landing him an eDPI of 920.

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Haider Khan is our error guides writer who loves to tinker around with operating systems and game files to find practical solutions to video game issues. He then crafts easy-to-follow error fix guides based on his findings. He’s also a Battlefield veteran who likes to rack up some Ws in his spare time. Learn some more about his gaming journey on his Steam profile. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Successfully Troubleshot Over 200 Games || Mainly Covers Error Fix & Game Settings 

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