Originally Posted by fleetfeather
Ahh I see. So most people would recommend 2300cpi setting with, say, 3/11 in windows?
I've got no idea about Huano switches or any more popular alternatives - is there a source somewhere where I can find which mouse models used which switches? (I've owned a fair few mice, so I'm guessing at least one of them has had Huano switches lol)
I wouldn't recommend using windows settings at all unless you're using a powerful rig, because then you're stuck without raw input and your mouse movements become dependent on frame rate. A site like www.mouse-sensitivity.com
will let you set sensitivities for most games in .ini, which will often let you go much lower (and adjust more precisely) than the in-game sliders allow.
If you can't go low enough in game and you refuse to use lower cpi settings, you could try out something like the QL Accel moufiltr driver here: http://accel.drok-radnik.com/
A bootleg mouse driver that will let you scale CPI and add quake-style acceleration (if you want). There's no guarantees about its performance latency-wise, but like windows sensitivity lowering it should be lag-free because your desktop is handling the calculations. I certainly never noticed any latency using it, but I also don't notice the latency some complain so bitterly on 4000 CPI 3090 mice.
As for Huanos, I don't know any other manufacturers that use them for the M1 and M2 clicks. The TTCs on crappy Steelseries mice like the Kana v1 and the Kinzu v2 non-pro are reported to feel about as stiff as Huanos but not as crisp, if that makes any sense. They're definitely a much firmer push than the Omrons on most mice, but they feel like a very 'decisive' click to me which I enjoy.