dunno of what r u talking about but i save some mose settings.
i use a 5000dpi/X 5400dpi/Y play on a res 1024x768 (right now not shure if is this or around there). ingame sens from 3.30(lg) to max 4.05 (rl) other wpt also own sens.
all wpt binded with some differences in: pitch & yaw, depends on wep.
[on mouse] 5 levels of dpi with scaling of +/- 300
mouse g500, 4.5g incresed play on 16:9
i have set all to minimum in win & setpoint, mouse uses setpoint drivers.
mouse has 10 bttns, i use only 6 for now...
i find good myself this way
that calcs linked at reply #29 are wrong, or its just software drivers.
sounds like a pa1n in the 4ss to play with lol
Originally Posted by OmeK
I dont think a "gaming"mouse is as essential as what works for you. I did just buy the GX9 and I can only say that is has been awesome in gameplay. I find it much better in comparison to anything I have used. Perfect fit, has weights to adjust feel, has an alternative cover, adjustable DPI on board and 5 programmble profiles with on board memory. Quite a piece of hardward albeit with the a pricetag (99usd). Awesome in my book.
WEll the new mouse changed a lot, but whether it is dpi or the no-prediction or increased sample rate I'm yet to determine
Originally Posted by TcheQ
My crosshair no longer jags across the screen though. I found it amusing that the website says "set your your sensitivity to 1 to avoid interpolation, adjust your cpi upwards instead" and @ 3200cpi (max) my sense is still very far above 1 :/ ruhroh. I guess reducing it to 1 @ maximum is a good starting point, but I also noticed how much my hand shakes, especially for duel