Donk’s CS2 settings: Config, resolution, crosshair & more
The hottest new prospect in all of Counter-Strike is the young star donk. After his monster debut performance, naturally, you might want to copy donk’s settings in CS2 to see if his mouse settings, resolution or ViewModel are really the difference makers.
When 17-year-old donk made his big event debut at IEM Katowice 2024, there was already a buzz of hype around his name from smaller tournaments and online matches. But, no one could have predicted the frankly outrageous performance he pulled off.
In fact, he set a new record for the highest rating at IEM Katowice in the event’s history, while going on to win the event with Team Spirit, essentially hard carrying his team every single map.
So, while you almost certainly won’t be as good as donk, you might as well try out some of his CS2 settings for yourself.
donk’s settings for CS2
donk’s mouse settings
donk uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse, with 800 DPI and 1.25 sensitivity.
The easiest way to copy donk’s exact crosshair is to copy these settings into the console, or by pasting the crosshair code in settings.
- Style: Classic Static
- Follow recoil: No
- Dot: No
- Length: 1
- Thickness: 0
- Gap: -4
- Outline: No
- Color: Green
- T-Style: No
- Deployed Weapon Gap: No
- Sniper Width: 0
When playing at home, donk plays on a ZOWIE XL2546K monitor, which has a 240Hz refresh rate.
- Read More: ZywOo’s CS2 settings
Like most pros, donk plays on a stretched res. While this isn’t for everyone, it has the benefit of making player models appear wider. They’ll also move faster across your screen though, and reduce your field of view significantly.
donk keeps his settings low to get the maximum FPS. There are some exceptions though, such as MSAA, and Shadows.
|Global Shadow Quality
|Model & Textures
|Boost Player Contrast
|Texture Filtering Mode
|Wait for V-Sync
|NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency
In CS2, the viewmodel settings will determine the position and movement of your hands, knife, and weapons on the screen.
Again, the easiest way to copy donk’s viewmodel is by copying the following commands into the console.
viewmodel_fov 68; viewmodel_offset_x 2.5; viewmodel_offset_y 0; viewmodel_offset_z -1.5; viewmodel_presetpos 3;
|Logitech G Pro X Superlight Magenta
|BenQ ZOWIE XL2546K
|Logitech G Pro X
|HyperX Cloud II
If you want to copy all of donk’s settings, including his keybinds and more, you can do so by downloading his config.
You can download donk’s config here.
To apply the config, you’ll need to take the .cfg file and add it to your Counter-Strike 2 folder. This is usually located in Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo\cfg.