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Does anyone knows the RGB values for the Cherry Blossom Blue? I'd like to match my keyboard lightning.
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I hope you understand, that higher does not equal better (the opposite, actually).

you should not use anything above 1600 dpi and your sensitivity must be tuned by the game, not by dpi setting.
People tell me that low dpi is the way to go but i am ised to the 5k area. Plus i have medical conditions w


Maybe if i could see my chat box i could write a better response but ocn is garbage now and theres an add blocking the chat box.... cuz im on mobile

I am used to 5k tho and that works great for me. Lower feels sluggish. I dont move my wrist around all crazy. Everyone has their own style of play. My grip just is better with high dps otherwise id have crazy blisters on my wrist

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HEX: 41B883 / R: 65 G: 184 B: 131
Many thanks, but I found this to match more: https://encycolorpedia.com/c1dfdb

Its complementary is #dfc8c1 - 223/200/193 so I assume the cherry red is this one.

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People tell me that low dpi is the way to go but i am ised to the 5k area. Plus i have medical conditions w


Maybe if i could see my chat box i could write a better response but ocn is garbage now and theres an add blocking the chat box.... cuz im on mobile

I am used to 5k tho and that works great for me. Lower feels sluggish. I dont move my wrist around all crazy. Everyone has their own style of play. My grip just is better with high dps otherwise id have crazy blisters on my wrist
as I said in my quoted message. you must setup your sensitivity in-game, not with DPI. it is not about "style of play" or "your grip"

1200 dpi with sensitivity 10 is much better than 4000 dpi with sensitivity 3. but real effective sensitivity will be the same.

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1200 dpi with sensitivity 10 is much better than 4000 dpi with sensitivity 3. but real effective sensitivity will be the same.
What's "better"?
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What's "better"?
Less smoothing/latency

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as I said in my quoted message. you must setup your sensitivity in-game, not with DPI. it is not about "style of play" or "your grip"

1200 dpi with sensitivity 10 is much better than 4000 dpi with sensitivity 3. but real effective sensitivity will be the same.
Well I will add this: with ingame sensitivity you should ideally be setting the angle by which you want to move per 1 input, so at ingame sens 10 your minimal possible step in the game is larger than if you used sens 3. Meaning fine adjustment is better on lower ingame sens.
The effective speed of movement with your settings should be the same 1200*10 = 4000*3 = 12000. If the mouse output at 1200 and 4000 CPI is of same quality then 4000*3 is a better choice. Not that anyone would notice anyway. But if we are talking 400 CPI vs 3200+ CPI on a 1440p or 4k display, you probably would. I wasn't fan of 450 CPI of IE3.0 in Counter-Strike even on 800p display, the ingame step was too large for the effective speed I used.

Mice though nowadays don't give raw output, it's all smoothed somehow anyway either on sensor or onboard processor. Hence people try to find out what output (CPI step) on which mouse has the highest quality. Sadly most 3200+ CPI have more processing, smoothing probably. Usually 800-1600 CPI is the sweetspot nowadays.
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Quote: Originally Posted by the1freeMan View Post
Less smoothing/latency
Not noticable.


What I do notice is jittery cursor movement on low dpi settings ingame.

Not saying you should play on 12000 dpi or something crazy like that. But 4000 would absolutely be fine on almost all modern sensors. And you can actually see an improvement ingame, it's less jittery than let's say 400 dpi. (on high resolutions)

Personally I play with 1600 dpi on all of my mice.

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Quote: Originally Posted by untouchable247 View Post
Not noticable.


What I do notice is jittery cursor movement on low dpi settings ingame.

Not saying you should play on 12000 dpi or something crazy like that. But 4000 would absolutely be fine on almost all modern sensors. And you can actually see an improvement ingame, it's less jittery than let's say 400 dpi. (on high resolutions)

Personally I play with 1600 dpi on all of my mice.
Meh I'd say that 4000 is a bit jittery (as in: it ripples) on the 3366 and competitors added smoothing for that exact reason.
Screen resolution has nothing to do with cpi. It has been explained a million times and sadly there is also much disinformation about it.
Lower cpi at the same 360° will always be more blocky than higher cpi in the same exact way, whether it's 800*600 or 4k. Read more about it.

That said higher cpi will be more touchy and prone to pick up human error. In other words: the blockyness sometimes helps, just find the right balance. Different games and play-styles also kinda cater towards higher or lower values.

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Quote: Originally Posted by untouchable247 View Post
Not noticable.
What I do notice is jittery cursor movement on low dpi settings ingame.
no, not how it works.

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But 4000 would absolutely be fine on almost all modern sensors.
No. 4000 would not be fine on most modern sensors.
There is this website overclock.net - you can dig a lot of relevant information there, regarding sensor smoothing and jitter. So you better do that, instead of spreading this bull****.

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And you can actually see an improvement ingame
I wish there was a way to translate "actually see an improvement ingame" into factual and measurable evidences.

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the opposite
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