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  1. Am I doing this right? With these settings I get closer to 17.8 something ish cm. I double checked the dpi was right in Overwatch. Also how could I get the fov to be 77 exactly? Edit: Also I tried adjusting the slider manual to where the sens was approximately 30cm and went back to the registry and it looked like this Edit: Also I tried adjusting the slider manually to where the sens was approximately 30cm and went back to the registry and it looked like this
  2. Adding Postal 2 would be sick. Just started playing it again
  3. Yes that's what I meant. It's not quite as jarring converting from 74 vert.
  4. I guess I could start using a more reasonable fov for most games. Like 74 vertical, which is apparently about what cs:go uses, and I know that's the limit in Planetside 2. Initial impressions converting that to Overwatch, actually doesn't feel too horrible and slow. So maybe I'll try this for a bit. Though for some games the really high fov's are really nice, oh well.
  5. Shoot I mean if I could increase the fov in Overwatch I would but.... yeah. 103 hdeg is pretty limited imo, not the worst but not good either. I don't get sick like some do at low fov but I like having more spacial awareness and such
  6. So let's say you have a game with a restricted fov, like idk Overwatch. And another game with unlimited or very high fov limit (like 100 degrees vertical) and you prefer having it very high in that game or games. How is having sensitivity massively different in both games by 0% monitor distance matching anything but detrimental? I'm having difficulty understanding this. Like if my 360 in the 100 vert game (let's say BF4) was 35cm, it would be 79cm 360 in Overwatch. I'm really struggling to see how that makes any sense whatsoever.
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