Originally Posted by blainemono;15594306
I have tested my Xai and I can definately say that the mouse is incapable of changing DPI in increments of 1. The XAI works only in 90 DPI steps regardless of what you set your ExactSense on. So for example any value in between 360 and 449 DPI is in fact the same DPI setting.
Can some XAI owners confirm that:
a) setting DPI to any value in between 360 and 449 results in the exact same movement distance (in any FPS game)
b) switching between 449 DPI and 450 DPI causes a large movement distance difference?
Yes to both, I was actually wondering the same thing a few months back and when I tested it, it was pretty obvious. I didn't have precise tools to test it but it didn't take precise tools to notice that the difference between 449 DPI and 450 DPI was huge.
The Xai will take the previously lowest 90 step increment, so as you said if you take 449 DPI, it's actually 360. If you take 500 DPI it's really 450 and so on. While this isn't a big deal in the grand scheme of things, it's pretty annoying that the DPI steps really aren't 1-step increments and rather the default 90-step increment that comes default on the 9500.