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post #101 of 103
But that would assume that you use the same sensitivity across all your games. I do, but I use http://www.notalent.org/sensitivity/sensitivity.htm or a ruler
Edited by jigglywiggly - 10/6/13 at 9:33pm
post #102 of 103
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Originally Posted by B!0HaZard View Post

Not only do I get bad input lag in this game (fast aiming), it also does not scale with resolution, meaning that people with higher resolutions have smaller targets. I'm good at shooters (tactically, my aim isn't that great) and I missed all targets until I lowered the screen resolution to 1920x1080..


ctrl + works fine in firefox.
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post #103 of 103
Its only a good test for 2D aim games like RTS/MOBA.
In 3D you aim with angles. And 2d aiming depends heavily on sensor and mouse size and shape. I did this test long time ago and hit ultra low score with mx518 with prediction, but very high with CYONS1001U sensor mouse that has crap tracking speed of 0.5m/s.

Reaction test is bs, it tests mouse, pc and monitor delay+your reaction. Aero alone gives 50-80ms of delay to test.

I get 152 ms reaction time on old pc with CRT@85Hz and ps/2 mouse probably @60hz as its default.
On main PC I get 183ms with a modern system with bad lcd and 1k hz mouse.
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