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in the deathadder app, what is the difference between "sensitivity" and "windows pointer"
which one should be adjusted?
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post #2 of 4
sensitivity is how fast the mouse reads?

windows pointer is how fast the mouse moves.

i realize that both do the same thing. sortof.

to make the mouse go faster use sensitivity.
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set all of them by default (windows 6/11 by control panel and razer sens 10/10) and then adjust your dpi and in-game sensitivity.
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It's really just more customization. It's best to have either the pointer or the sensitivity at a set point (default or max as mentioned) and have the other being controlled by you. What I did was max out my sensitivity and DPI (I have the 3500DPI version) and only move the windows pointer to my desired sensitivity. Also make sure your acceleration is turned off.
    
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