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Right, but doesn't it make a difference that they play on lower res monitors? (granted not as big a difference as what I suggested above for a goal of sensitivity...)
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You should play at the sens you are most comfertable with. I highly recommend that you dont just jump down to a really low sens. Atleast for CSGO. I personally see it as an disadvantage to use anything lower then 60cm/360, atleast if ur a rifler. CSGO is much faster paced game then BF4 and CS 1.6.
The higher sens you can handle, within a certain range ofc, the better.
If you can play 4 in game and 400 dpi, then thats great, and you should take advantage of that.
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You should play at the sens you are most comfertable with. I highly recommend that you dont just jump down to a really low sens. Atleast for CSGO. I personally see it as an disadvantage to use anything lower then 60cm/360, atleast if ur a rifler. CSGO is much faster paced game then BF4 and CS 1.6.
The higher sens you can handle, within a certain range ofc, the better.
If you can play 4 in game and 400 dpi, then thats great, and you should take advantage of that.
While I agree not everyone needs to play 80cm/360 or anything, I just tried out TC's settings for CSGO (6 in-game sens but at 1600DPI since my mouse doesn't have 2000) and that was 4cm/360. That's performance-hinderingly high IMO.
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My internet connection is highly variable (weird wireless service, no cable out here in the county) so I mostly play non-competitive matches. I know scores from these games mean next to nothing, but my usual score the last 6 months or so averages around 3-4:1 k:d with that sensitivity. That being said, changing my sens from 2000dpi 6 in game to 1600dpi 4 in game hasn't seemed to hurt that yet =)

edit: primary weapons 5-7 or p250, ak, aug and awp.
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My advice to find your "perfect" sens:

Fire up Quakelive or Q3 and dance around like a freaking monkey bunnyhopping across the map like a madman. In this state: go as low as you can.

Once you can't go lower (or it would become uncomfortable), you've got your ideal sens. Now use this sens in EVERY fps for consistency's sake.

(Why Quake? Because you'll be moving alot faster in this game, it's a good way to find a lower limit in case you want a sens you can use in every FPS)

After that finetune dpi and recalculate ingame sens so you won't get pixel skipping near the crosshair (4.0 ingame and 800 dpi for instance should be changed to 1600 dpi and 2.0 ingame).
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