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Most of the pro players use mice that have built-in settings which means that they dont change anything on the computer itself. They don't adjust the sensitivity, install drivers or anything, they just change the DPI and they are ready to go.
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Most of the pro players use mice that have built-in settings which means that they dont change anything on the computer itself. They don't adjust the sensitivity, install drivers or anything, they just change the DPI and they are ready to go.
That's all irrelevant if their mouse cursor is moving at a different speed. This thread isn't necessarily about keeping the same dpi, sensitivity, and other settings the same. It's about the actual speed of the cursor which CAN change even if you have all those settings the same. The example I use is monitor PPI which can drastically change your cursor speed.

The question is: If you can't use DPI/Sensitivity as a measurement of speed since it's not always constant, what do you use?
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