Depends heavily on your preferred sensitivity and the CPI you are using. If you have a very high sensitivity (e.g. less than 20 cm/360) and use 400 CPI, it is better to raise the CPI value and lower the sensitivity value in-game. Sensitivity 1 is not really needed at all though, but for example in Source games it would be the best to aim at sensitivity values ranging from ~1 to ~3. Maybe even ~2. Technically there is no lower limit, however the tracking may suffer with some mice if they are used at high CPI values.
Yeah 400 works for everything but if you use huge resolutions 800 may be a better choice
Only difference is that on slow mouse movements the cursor seems less jittery at higher dpi but it doesn't seem to have a real world effect, like it makes no difference in anything besides how it looks? Idk
As long as you don't use +2000 CPI (depending on the game you play and what mouse you use, but nowadays it doesn't matter because we now have 3310's, 3366's, 3989's, not all of us are using the Avago 3090 anymore people)....
It's fine. The sensitivity value doesn't matter much unless you set a too high of a sensitivity for too low of a CPI setting.
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