Originally Posted by rattleheadmegadeth
For example if i put my sens on 1 on 900 dpi.. whenever i scope i can feel theres only raw movement. the cursor will go exacly where i want it to. if i put it on 450 and 2 sens... theres something to make up for those pixels inbetween every pixel because i gotta use more force to actually land a scope kill and it doesnt feel as fluid as on 1 sensitivity.
It's because at your resolution (1920x1080) you need around 650DPI. Which is why 900DPI feels so smooth, where as 450DPI with a two sensitivity feels like it's skipping pixels. If you were to play at a lower resolution, 450DPI would be not be an issue, but because you're playing at 1920X1080 it's best for you to play at the 900DPI interval so there is no pixel skip.
What game do you play? If you're playing CS 1.6, your best bet is to play at a lower resolution. 800x600 or 1024x768, I really dont suggest going above those resolutions though as registration is most optimal at the lower resolution.
Counter Strike: Source on the other hand can be played at any resolution.
Originally Posted by glockateer
@dmasteR: I didn't sleep much today.
@RK777: I actually know what I'm talking about. Good luck trying to have better aim than me.
No worries! I had a feeling of that as I swear you've agreed with me before
Originally Posted by end0rphine
dmastR where were you when I was arguing with this other person who kept saying DPI and resolution are not related
Originally Posted by cROKODILE
QcK+ and Xai is a terrible combination imo. If you can get used to 9HD, good for you!
The reason why laser mice do not work very well on cloth mouse pads is because it tries and track all the micro gaps between the fibers/cloth on your mousepad. Hard pads on the other hand do not have this issue as its a hard flat surface. So there are no gaps like the cloth/fibers on soft pads.Edited by dmasteR - 11/11/11 at 6:59am