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hroine 6

Is it possible to find a good DPI by Calculation methods?

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I'm recently trying a lot of different DPIs , and f**in up my muscular memory so hard,

I just can't find a comfortable DPI,

Is there any way to find a comfortable DPI just like the PSA METHOD for games?

 

BTW sorry for any grammar mistakes, english is not my first idiom

 

 

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15 hours ago, hroine 6 said:

I'm recently trying a lot of different DPIs , and f**in up my muscular memory so hard,

I just can't find a comfortable DPI,

Is there any way to find a comfortable DPI just like the PSA METHOD for games?

 

BTW sorry for any grammar mistakes, english is not my first idiom

 

 

You mean for desktop? Or something else? DPI shouldn't affect your ingame sensitivity if you keep DPI x sens the same ? 

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yeah, for desktop basic things just like moving the cursor to the edge of the screen or selecting a single letter.

I feel comfortable with my ingame sensitivity but not with Desktop sensitivity (2080 DPI), when I want to minimize a window most of the time i missclick It and end up clicking the Close button instead of the minimizing one, that is so annoying.

I'll just take a DPI that seems comfortable no matter if it lower or higher and try to get used to it.

And most important, my ingame sens is 0.12 with 2080 DPI (249.6 eDPI), if I change my DPI to 800 for example, how do i get the same EDPI i had before ???

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Try convert your game sensitivity to windows desktop and use that DPI, then make sure your in game sensitivities are the same as before. E.G.

If you did:

new DPI = old DPI x 2

new sens = old sens x (1/2)

Or more generally:

new DPI = old DPI x k

new sens = old sens x (1/k)

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