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Just tried 3200dpi and it felt horrible even when i adjusted my sens. Guess input lag isn't everything.

It's not input lag.
post #132 of 137
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Originally Posted by m1hka View Post

This. And I bet some low-sensers don't know that Source allows you to use sensitivity below 1 unlike GoldSrc.
I use 0.625 sens perfectly well on GoldSrc.

Unless it resets to 1? I don't play much on GoldSrc but I would've noticed the difference if that was the case... I think?
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post #133 of 137
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I use 10 sens. and 800 DPI in Overwatch. Tried 2.5 sens. and 3200 DPI to avoid the whole granular tracking thing, and while I can see the difference through testing, my former settings just feel better. Using the 3366. If there's a tradoff between being able to move by one pixel instead of 2-3, and overall sensor performance, I'd be more concerned about the latter.

Try only pushing it to 1600 DPI or 2000 DPI.
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Just use what you prefer for crying out loud. The 3360 (and 3366) sensor is just great in general compared to what we had in the past.
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post #135 of 137
Yeah. For example, I like playing with 400/1000/1600/3200 CPI with the same cm/360 but I don't like playing on 800 or 2000 for example. Not because it's the sensor but because of the granularity of my mouse movement with the different CPI settings. Also because I'm used to 400 and 1600 from older mice (MX518, Intelli 1.1a, etc.).

This also counts for any other mouse I've had before. I don't feel any advantages switching from e.g. 400 DPI on an MLT04 to 400 DPI on a 3366. Same goes for the 3310 and Mercury... It's all a matter of trying out what's best for you.

(850 CPI, bullcrap)
post #136 of 137
Youre all missing one thing though, CS:GO audio engine is terrible compared to good old Miles sound engine

LONG LIVE MILES SOUND ENGINE!
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You could say it's miles ahead.
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