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I just upgraded to a new size monitor and could use some help figuring out what my new in game sensitivity should be given the larger screen size to match the same ratio as my previous setup.

My previous setup was 19inch monitor, 800x600, 450dpi raw input, csgo in game sensitivity 2.0

My new monitor is 24inches. Same mouse and in game resolution, what should my new in game sensitivity be?

Is there a formula I can plug and play with to change around the variables? Any help would be appreciated.
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post #2 of 7
There's no formula. Only notable difference would be latency difference from monitor(s).

Your resolution is the same, though even if you moved to another resolution, the only thing that would change is dot per inch scaling in relation to resolution size. Angle rotation is the same.
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If I changed resolution how would I calculate the sensitivity required to maintain the same scaling?
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post #4 of 7
Do simple test, measure cm/360 at different resolutions. You'll notice it's the same wink.gif .
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I guess I'm just confused. If I go from 4:3 to 16:9 the horizontal fov changes while the vertical stays the same. I thought that might change my cm/360 scaling. I obviously don't understand how all these variables work yet.

This is in CS:GO
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post #6 of 7
Your sensitivity will stay the same regardless of fov changes.
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I see that now. Thanks for the help.
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