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  1. iBerggman

    Ring of Elysium

    I've not seen a 15X in the 20-something hours I've played so far, I'm thinking they might have removed it from the game but left the sensitivity option in place? But then again, I can count the times I've seen a 15X in 700 hours of PUBG on my fingers so it might just be that rare in Ring of Elysium as well.
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    Insurgency: Sandstorm

    @DPI Wizard Todays update added separate sensitivity scale options for each zoom level. Looks like we might finally be able to have correct sensitivity scaling in this game.
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    Mousepad friction

    Good to hear it helped! I don't know if it's the same for every model they make but I've found Corepads (Rival 310) tend to get a bit faster the first 1-2 weeks as they wear in, it's not a huge difference but definitely noticeable. You'll see the feet get shinier and the shinier they get the better they glide as opposed to some stock feet I felt were getting slower and slower the shinier they got. And as for other materials I know there's some mice on the Asian market that use ceramic or metal feet but I haven't bother trying any of those out because for now I'm actually really satisfied with the mouse feeling I get with the Corepads on my Artisan FX Zero MID. The ceramic definitely sounds interesting though but I think it's one of those things that's a lot more difficult to manufacture and doesn't really offer any significant benefits compared to PTFE to warrant the extra cost.
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    Insurgency: Sandstorm

    If anyone's interested, the game will be free to play as an open beta over the weekend from Friday 7th to Monday 10th so it's a great opportunity to try the game before the launch on Wednesday 12th. The open beta will have all the content that will be in the game on release as well so it's a nice demo of the game if you haven't tried it yet.
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    Mousepad friction

    I was going to suggest trying a faster pad or one of the hybrid pads that have plastic fibers woven into the cloth but seeing how you've already tried the GTF-X that's probably not going to solve it since that's supposedly a pretty fast pad already, comparable with the Artisan Hayate if I remember right. Could it be the mousefeet, you say you've switched them but are you still using stock ones? Personally I thought the ones that came with the G403 were some of, if not the worst, mousefeet I've ever tried. The feet on my EC1-A were alright at first but I think they kept getting noticeably slower as they wore down, can't say for sure though as I didn't change out to verify since that was incidentally around the time I switched to the G403. I would recommend giving Corepad feet a go if you haven't, they're in my opinion the best aftermarket feet available especially now that they also have rounded edges. Hyperglides would be the winner if it wasn't for the severely limited amount of mice they support, the glide is very different between some models as well. Another thing is that if the humidity in your room is very high you're going to have a bad time with pretty much every cloth pad as far as I know, so that might be worth ruling out as well. I don't really know much about that though since the humidity here is always low so you'll have to research that on your own if you suspect that might be something.
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    Battlefield V

    Yeah, I always do a DDU clean install for every driver update but I think this is more of a problem with PUBG or maybe even UE more than anything else. Battlefield actually ran perfectly fine with the latest driver but I play a lot more PUBG so that's why I'd prefer to stay on the older one. I will probably try a windows reinstall soon so I suppose that could help. It's not really a big deal anyway since I only play through Origin Basic Access at this point but I figured I'd ask and see if there was any other workaround.
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    Battlefield V

    Has anyone found any other way to launch the game with older drivers other than renaming nvapi64.dll and renaming it back again after the games launched? It's a bit of a hassle to do that every launch and I'd really prefer not to update my drivers because in PUBG especially there's a huge difference between the 4XX.XX and 388.71 drivers, I have a 1080 Ti and my friend has a 1080 paired with 6600K's at 4.5Ghz @ 16Gbs of RAM and we both agreed the difference in stuttering and overall smoothness was like night and day when we reverted to the older one.
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    Battlefield 5 USA Calculation Question

    Yeah the reason it gave you different multipliers for each scope is that you had the coefficients/percentages set to different match percentages both for the calculator and for the in-game universal aiming settings so the site calculator would compensate for the games scaling in order for it to match properly. It's worth noting that the calculator actually has the ability to calculate the correct coefficient to use for games that supports this kind of Monitor Match % based ads scaling so you don't even have to think about that, you can test this by leaving the Battlefield V (as output game) "Sensitivity 2" field blank and setting the conversion percentage in the calculator settings to different values. For example 75% will give you 1.33 and 56.25% = 1.00 and so on. It's quite useful actually
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    Battlefield 5 USA Calculation Question

    Read this guide and, if you have the time, try all of the options then decide what feels right and use that. However, 0% is generally considered to be the most mathematically accurate conversion so that's a good starting point. To try that set the coefficient to 0 and leave the separate sensitivities at default.
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    Ring of Elysium

    I don't know if the config file even works for changing settings? I didn't bother testing it any further but there's an option to change crouch to hold instead of toggle in there but it doesn't seem to do anything which is a bit of a shame since I can't really play properly without it.
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    "Aiming"

    Oh yeah that's the thread I seemed to remembered. It does actually somewhat line up with my thoughts as far as "best" sensitivity goes as well. The best I've ever played was with, I think it was a ~45cm/360 in siege at 74 fov and before that 30 something in BF3 and BF4 on the same fov. Nowadays I've used a slow 59cm because I found it worked better when there was a lot of downtime between sessions but now I'm thinking about trying to get it back down to at least that same 45cm because it does sometimes limit my gameplay a little as it is. 35cm is probably the best starting point because it has that nice balance between speed and accuracy as Drimzi said in that thread so that's probably something that could be mentioned in a "starters guide" if something like that ever becomes a thing, maybe as part of the wiki.
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    "Aiming"

    Just out of curiosity what is generally considered a low sensitivity around here? To me a fast sensitivity is like 30cm and below and slow somewhere around 60cm and above if we're talking hipfire. When reading game specific forums however it seems that some people regard anything above 20cm or so as a low sensitivity so I just wanted to check if we're all on the same page as far as the definitions for low/mid/high sensitivity go. Somehow I feel we've already had this discussion but I couldn't find it so I'm not too sure.
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    "Aiming"

    Most pros, and streamers for that matter, seem to choose a sensitivity based on what feels right or what they feel works for that type of game. Take shroud for example, his PUBG (30cm) and Blackout (35cm) sensitivies are a lot faster than what he uses in CS (47cm) just because he's found that it works best for him. Anyways, it can be fun to compare sensitivities with pros but in the end I think everyone will agree that it's best to find that perfect sensitivity on your own.
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    Insurgency: Sandstorm

    I hate to be that guy but any update on this?
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    Razer Mices

    My old Deathadder 3.5G had that same sensitivity adjustment slider and if I recall correctly that's just software interpolation, kind of like windows pointer speed. It seems you can choose between 1600dpi and 400dpi in the advanced settings as well so if you ask me I would just set it at either 1600 or 400 dpi and try to adjust further with WPS and in game sensitivity. It's worth noting that these older sensors usually have a native dpi value and every other step is interpolated from that so while you could have the equivalent of 160dpi it wouldn't be the same as native, whether the difference is actually noticeable is of course arguable but technically there's a difference.
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