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CSGO sensitivity problems: aiming vs turning

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Posted · Original PosterOP

heya guyz

i've been playing csgo for around a year now and still have sensitivity problems

i'm using a shitty logitech m500 with a non changeable 1000 dpi and a nice grip

i messed around A LOT with all the settings, high, low sensitivity, logitech drivers installed no drivers, raw input, no raw input and the problem i have = the ratio between aiming and turning around

i liked to play on a low sensitivity but when i played with it i only made a 100-120 degree turn with one mousepad length (steel series 15 euro)

my sensitivity now is higher (0.7), i do a 170 ish degree turn with the same mouse pad but my sensitivity is just to high for aiming (jumping crosshair on long distances) and fucks up my praycontrol

i want to do more physical movement for aiming but way less movement for turning around

i'm convinced that should be possible but i don't know what setting is wrong.

for the 6 seconds i tried aspect ratio 4:3 and turned down my sensitivity there was no problem but i preferred to play 1080 so 16:9

pls save me ! *-*

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You will probably have to get a larger mouse pad, or use your desk instead (although it will scrape your mouse)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, noisebomb44 said:

You will probably have to get a larger mouse pad, or use your desk instead (although it will scrape your mouse)

mate my mousepad is big enough for my usable arm length.. it's just like if i wanna use the sensitivity i liked i needed to do the distance of 3 mousepads = 2 times arm reset = taking to much time = me dying on the battlefield :P 

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Start->System->Mouse->Cursoroptions->Cursor Acceleration active.

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Praesi said:

Start->System->Mouse->Cursoroptions->Cursor Acceleration active

turned of, raw input = 1

4 minutes ago, MrSuperb said:

I use a Steelseries QCK and have the sens so that I can turn 360° from on end of the mousepad to the other.

same here but then my crosshair is uncontrollable, so now from the one end to the other end = 180 degree and a pull down for the ak takes "5" mm

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10 minutes ago, rednas16 said:

turned of, raw input = 1

same here but then my crosshair is uncontrollable, so now from the one end to the other end = 180 degree and a pull down for the ak takes "5" mm

You haved to turn it on for what you want.


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@rednas16

Buy a larger mouse pad and use a lower sensitivity. It'll take some time to adjust obviously so don't get discouraged. Also, you'll want to disable mouse acceleration completely in your windows registry. Go here - http://www.esreality.com/post/1846538/markc-windows-7-mouse-acceleration-fix/

BTW, you should be able to lower your DPI with logitech's setpoint software.

 

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