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Question Regarding Razer Deathadder 2013 & Synapse 2.0

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Alright, so at first I had mixed feelings about purchasing the 2013 Deathadder, however my older 3.5G Deathadder was on its last legs, so I decided to purchase the 2013 edition regardless of its "required" Synapse 2.0 software.. I've been using the mouse for around 2 months now, and I must say, it is very comfortable. However, I have ran into some problems regarding synapse (surprisingly). Since getting the new mouse, I have been looking all over for a possible way to import older configs from, say, my older 3.5G Deathadder. I have multiple custom .configs saved for FPS games that I would like to use, however, Synapse 2.0 does not recognize the files (most likely due to Razer's complete disregard for a custom sensitivity, like they've had in all previous Deathadder models, that is not present in the drivers for their 2013 Deathadder). Is there any way I can work around Synapse/import these configs in Synapse? Seeing as Synapse does not have a sensitivity option, and only a DPI option, is there any type of conversion I can make from a sensitivity value to a DPI value in the new Synapse? (ex. 6.4 Sensitivity = ___ DPI?)

Hopefully someone can help me out, as I have not seen a single inquiry on the subject despite constantly looking for many months.

Thanks.
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I have still had no luck finding anything on this subject :/.
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Sensitivity and DPI are unlinked. If Synapse 2.0 is anything like Logitech's new Gaming software, all "pointer speed" or sensitivity settings have been deferred to the Windows control panel.
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