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2.7 is pretty high, I don't think you will have problem with the 3.0 at that sens.

Hi again. I was still a bit unsure about the 1.5 m/s of the IME3.0 so I took a meter and stopwatch and did some tests. I think 1.5 m/s is quite slow. I am pretty sure I do awp flickshots much faster sometimes even with my "high" 2.7 sensitivity. Maybe this is why I had the impression from the beginning that the EC1-A is much better for playing with awp. But I also came to the conclusion the EC1-A is too small (short) for me. I do palm grip and I have 19.5 cm hands and I can't rest the hand comortly on the EC1-A. If I put my hand on the EC1-A like I did on the 3.0 it feels the mouse is way too short so I have to do a little bit of a mix between palm and fingertip which gives me less control over the mouse.
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Reminder that you can flick faster than that - only the sensitivity will cap there. Which... 1.5m/s = ~23622 counts per second * (2.7 * 0.022) = ~1403° per second. What is the effective flick range? Assuming 90° FOV, maximum 45° effective flick range. 1403 / 45 = ~31; 1000 / 31 = ~32 - i. e. you can flick 45° in 32 milliseconds. Sounds fast enough, considering on dust2 double doors when someone is running @ 250 units per second and you want to flick him through the door you have like 400 milliseconds for that (slit to mid-door is ~100 units). Should be enough to fit in generous 250ms reaction time and that flick is what, 5-10°? = ~4-7ms flickability with the MLT04. Can even add the ~10ms button delay without even getting close to ruining your flick chances there.

I know zoom sens is different but it comes out the same as FOV decreased too.
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Are all the DPI steps on this mouse native? ex. 1600
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Are all the DPI steps on this mouse native? ex. 1600

Yes, they are all native.
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So then is there any reason to play at lower dpi? If that's the case shouldn't everyone play at max native dpi and low sensitivity? I suppose if the frame rate is high it makes the most sense for pixel perfect tracking.
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Do the new BENQ version mice still have the LED on the scroll wheel as opposed to the bottom of the mouse like on the ZA series?
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Do the new BENQ version mice still have the LED on the scroll wheel as opposed to the bottom of the mouse like on the ZA series?

Yes, still on the mouse wheel
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I once tried an fk1 and found it to be too narrow, too hard to press m1 and the scroll wheel was insanely hard to scroll, I guess ec1-a isnt much wider, but what about the scroll wheel? And which scroll is better? benq one or the old one? I know benq is 16notch but i really don't know what that entails, i saw people say that it's harder to scroll but "somehow feels better"... I would need to wait for the benq one for quite a long time since it's nowhere to be found in shops here. For reference, i really love the da2013 scroll wheel, i hope the ec1-a is somewhere close to that
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So then is there any reason to play at lower dpi? If that's the case shouldn't everyone play at max native dpi and low sensitivity? I suppose if the frame rate is high it makes the most sense for pixel perfect tracking.

Yes that is correct, you should be playing at highest native CPI, however it isn't necessary. You should play at the highest one you can tollerate and then crank down your in game sens.
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Yes that is correct, you should be playing at highest native CPI, however it isn't necessary. You should play at the highest one you can tollerate and then crank down your in game sens.

Isn't there any issue with the Source Engine, in regards to using under 1 sensitivity? eg: 0.95 sens @ 800 DPI ~ 0.475 sens @ 1600 DPI
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