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I really really don't see how this is important honestly, I've sniped at 6400 DPI and i've sniped at 800 DPi just go with whats comfortable and enjoy the game seriously.
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If you are wanting to play compitetively then you would want to use a lower resolution, something like 800x600 or 1024x768. You also would want to use a config, try the netcode cfg for cs go.
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Omg why cant anyone just answer my question

I want to know my estimated useful dpi........................... I've seen millions of other threads on here when people just give them the answer they want regarding the exact same thing.
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If you are wanting to play compitetively then you would want to use a lower resolution, something like 800x600 or 1024x768. You also would want to use a config, try the netcode cfg for cs go.

You realise resolution in CSGO makes no difference whatsoever, head size stays the same. It isn't 1.6
post #25 of 48
IF your playing competitivly you'll also be using a CRT with 240HZ refresh for twitching, Again Mouse dpi really isn't an issue honestly..
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IF your playing competitivly you'll also be using a CRT with 240HZ refresh for twitching, Again Mouse dpi really isn't an issue honestly..

I use a 120 hz benq, that's besides the point I want to know what my estimated useful dpi is, people here know the calculations/math, I don't, I'm curious.
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I use a 120 hz benq, that's besides the point I want to know what my estimated useful dpi is, people here know the calculations/math, I don't, I'm curious.


A 120hz LCD still cannot even remotely compete with a high end CRT at 240hz or even 300, Not sure if they ever got to 300, But still, If you were aiming for true competitiveness you would have a CRT, it isn't like they are expensive just bulky,. And again as we've said, Either view the thread and do the math yourself, OR STOP WORRYING ITS NOT NEEDED, JUST PLAY AT THE DPI YOU FIND COMFORTABLE
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post #28 of 48
Should be something around 350cpi.
post #29 of 48
Knowing you DPI value will not make you better player...

I personally think going more than 800 is not necessary, right now i'm playing with 400 DPI of course in windows it's supper low, but i'm trying to get use to it. It's all in practice, practice practice and then you become better player.

STOP with all the pixel skipping, you have a good mouse 3.0, i'm getting Zowie EC2 with is the similar shape just smaller, and thats it. i'm going to use 450DPI on it, and adjust sens in game accordingly, i'm not going to use any maths and so on, i will use WHAT FEELS BEST FOR ME.

I'm just curious if i'm going to say 372 so you will use this value? biggrin.gif
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post #30 of 48
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I wasn't going to use the value, I just wanted to know whether or not I could of potentially benefited from using a higher DPI just incase I was short of my useful estimated dpi.
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