Originally Posted by NitrousX;12817899
I've been a low sensitivity player for as long as I can remember. High sensitivity works well if you're into face paced fps games like Quake where you need to make sudden flick shots. My MX518 is currently running at 1800dpi and 2.5 sensitivity in Windows (using MarkC's true 1:1 mouse fix).
That isn't low sensitivity, in fact, that is high.
Low sensitivity - 70 to 10 inches / 360
Medium Sensitivity - 9 to 5 inches / 360
High Sensitivity - 4 to 2 inches / 360
Anyone over 2 inches / 360 is inaccurate and CANNOT be accurate, proven MANY times.
To find out your inches / 360, use http://www.notalent.org/sensitivity/sensitivity.htm
for the source / quake engine, or just find a spot and turn a 360 in game while measuring how much your hands move.
Don't buy into the BS that sensitivity is ALL preference, if you're below 3 inches for a 360 you're doing something wrong and cannot perform optimally.
In TF2, I use .7 Sensitivity at 800 DPI, making for around a 30 inch 360.