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Thanks it said 563
post #12 of 48
400 dpi. 1.9 in game. Like a bawsssssssss

As a 10+ year vet of CS. I have never heard of pixel skipping.
post #13 of 48
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No pun intended I just want to know how much DPI I need so I don't get pixel skipping, I'm not sure whether 400 is enough or not with 3 sensitivity, if it isn't I might have to increase my dpi by buying a new mouse since this is an important issue to me.
Deadeye is right, you are asking wrong question.

There won't be "pixel skipping":
for "the largest pixel" at any sensitivity <= 3.6
for "the smallest pixel" at any sensitivity <= 1.3
DPI doesn't matter, m_yaw = m_pitch = 0.022
post #14 of 48

Smallest was 1.8~ based on your early calculations. (1440/90 fov)

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I read that the horizontal FOV for 16:9 resolutions is 106 on CS GO.
I used 106 degree FOV.
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Smallest was 1.8~ based on your early calculations. (1440/90 fov)
So how much DPI do I need, sorry not quite sure what that means.
post #17 of 48
I see your ESR thread and OCN thread, and raise you this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1251156/an-overview-of-mouse-technology

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So how much DPI do I need, sorry not quite sure what that means.

 

You don't "need" a particular DPI value.  It's nothing more then cursor sensitivity. 

 

I think your current setup is fine unless you're OCD about being pixel perfect at any scaled FoV value. You'll just end up hindering yourself if you aren't comfortable.

post #19 of 48
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Also will zooming in with awp effect pixel skipping aswell???

the lower the fov(zooming), the lower the ingame sens has to be and the higher the DPI should be to keep the desired cursor speed without pixelskipping.
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post #20 of 48
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You don't "need" a particular DPI value.  It's nothing more then cursor sensitivity. 

I think your current setup is fine unless you're OCD about being pixel perfect at any scaled FoV value. You'll just end up hindering yourself if you aren't comfortable.
I do have OCD with this lol, I'll be comfortable when I know what my useful dpi is.

34.63636363636364 (cm)/360
13.636363636363637 (inches)/360

what is my useful dpi with a fov of 106??? Some one just give me an answer, jesus christ.
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