Originally Posted by Skylit
Actually, higher DPI does allow for greater precision.
That part takes place in the game engine itself, specifically sensitivity settings. (Lower value = more precision)
Edit: The above is from a 3D game perspective
So you want say if i take 5000 dpi and do it in game very low i get more precise.
I dont think so ,at least not for me.
The reason is if you keep adjusting mousepeed your not one with your speed and its hard to find the same speed with a sens bar.
At least for me :
I search a dpi where i not missclick or overshoot target.
- thats for me 450 dpi on 1920x1080 monitor.
If i do higher i need to learn the speed again take time and still i tried 1 year 1800 never worked for me missclicks on very fast gaming my precision was tons worser. i did aswell 5600 dpi with in game very low feels not the same and you cant never find the same speed what you use every where windows everywhere.
almost all games have different sensitivity bars hard to find the same speed.
So you wanne say if there is a mouse with 9 million dpi without interpolled dpi you gonna use it with in game 0.0001 sens
I know you one of the best mouse experts but this part not work for me.
Whats the reason behind it ,you think its true?
lol i have 2 account never knew that Edited by pruik - 6/5/12 at 6:58am