do big movements with forearm and small movements with your wrist then.
slowly increase to 1.7 solved
First of all, slow down a bit and properly punctuate your sentences (it really goes a long way). Now as for advice, I would up your sens to about 1.85 and keep it there.. You need to also resist the urge to change it back to low again when you will inevitably start to slump and over-aim (because you'll eventually get used to it). If you're more of a wrist player, always play that way; don't try to force yourself to aim differently physically.
I used to use 400 dpi and 1.57 sens and my wrist isn't good now. It is paining everyday
well, u can try mouse acceleration, like brax, but is going to be hard to get used to it.
just use a giant mousepad and get used to it, if after playing a few days you cant check angles, or cant "flick" fast enough, then you NEED a higher sens.
on the other hand, if you are playing for 1 or 2 days with that, with a huge pad etc, maybe just stick to it for a few days and you'll be fine
remember, people that use low sens are not focusing on moving their mice cuz their sens are low, they are playing normal, like everyone else, cuz they are really used to the sens.
if you need to work hard to move around with your sens, you are using the wrong sens bro! sens should be on automatic mode, you dont even think about it, is an extension of your hand!!
I play at 0.9 sens @1600 DPI is it bad?
800dpi 1.1 sens here.
Sometimes I move my arm so fast that I bang the mice at the keyboard(doesn't happen very often), but thats the way I like to play: low sens and moving my arm instead of wrist(wrist just for spray control)
400dpi 1.35 on 1024x768 stretched here... When u entry on some sites u just cant do anything... too much angles for a sens like that...
start using your arm to aim
lol, i have A+ rank and 0.43 on 1000dpi 1024x768 stretched, you should more practice !
I guess its a combination of resolution, dpi and sens. I play 2560x1440 with 1200dpi x 1 sens. Try to aim for half your screen res in dpi x sens. Should work nicely for you.
+ I have huge NIP mousepad xD
I'd suggest finding a nice middle ground that you can practice getting use too. Constantly switching your dpi/res/sens will throw your game off a lot because of muscle memory.
I nearly have the same sense as you 800dpi and 0,75 ingame and i play realy aggressive as well. But when i lowered my sense i adapted my playstyle too. I'm still aggressive and pushing but i stopped peeking multiple angles the same time, using utility to deny some angles and work around them. Started playing smarter rellying more on gamesense instead of pure flicks etc.
I worked out for me and I'm pretty happy with my playstyle and sense atm.
Playing on 4:3 stretched
I play 400dpi 0.9 sens, big steelseries mousepad and i check angles pretty good.
I think checking angles is more pre aiming the angle and then step back and pre aim the next angle etc. no need to be in a rush when you check angles and if you are gonna rush then you shouldnt be the one to check all the angles.
however sens is something that you need to get used to, so if it dont work after 1-2 days its to little time since you maybe played a few thousand hours with the other sens.
you seem good but doubt many other people on here will be much better than you to the point where u should take advice from them
Set ur sens to 0.5 400 dpi and practice using that on aim bots for about 30 mins then switch back to 1.4 sens 400 dpi, it will make it feel faster than u