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post #11 of 16
Never use anything but 6/11 windows sensitivity.

If your sens is that high you need a higher DPI mouse. Your sens really shouldn't be that high though (assuming you want to play well).

phoon.us/mouse - check to see what your CM/360 is. It will also tell you what DPI you will hypothetically need. You probably shouldn't go beyond 20cm/360 though. That would be about the highest I'd ever recommend. 30-40 I think is good for most folks. The best aimers in the world are closer to 50cm/360 however.
post #12 of 16
on the phoon us site the in game sensitivty box is takign caluculations from what game engine? quake or source or are they the same
post #13 of 16
They do raw input (which Quake uses and is the game the site is based around, still useful though as you can just boot up quakelive.com and find the sensitivity that feels like your other sensitivities if you feel so obliged, I don't think CS uses raw input).
post #14 of 16
All you do is uninstall the registery file, and you should have the USB port back.
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post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by mikez0r View Post
on the phoon us site the in game sensitivty box is takign caluculations from what game engine? quake or source or are they the same
They are the same, ignore max speed for raw input game.
post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by baws View Post
All you do is uninstall the registery file, and you should have the USB port back.
this. happened to me and easy fairly easy to get it back
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