sorry but you have parkinson
it means ur turning into s1mple just keep going
its not a good sens for you if your aim is shaking
Depends what someone considers a "high sens", also tbh high or low sens, it's not as important as how steady and calm you can be... better in other words, which sense do you actually need....
What do u mean by high sens? like 1600 dpi 2 sens in game?
you have to get used to it
obviously if you switch to high sens it's gonna feel fast and you're going to have trouble controlling it
aim with your wrist, 1000dpi 2.3sens user here
Probably happening cuz tiny movements/shakes u do with ur hands get much more magnified with higher sens. There’s not really a fix for it except using a lower sens, as if ur aim is shaky it’s probably not the right sens for u
If your aim is shaky, or you are constantly moving you crosshair everytime you shoot thats just really high for you. you are never gonna become good with high sens, you can become good in the like first 3 matches you play, but after that you will just start missing every shot.
i used to play 1600 dpi and 1.23 in game, but i lowered to like 1600 dpi and 0.23 or something ingame, with high sens i just couldnt spray properly, for the shaking i did what woxic used to do, just swiper left and right to like 'reset' your aim when youre not doing anything, sounds weird but kinda worked for me
load up aim bots and try to aim as slow as possible but be 100% perfect everytime,work your way up going faster and faster,as soon as you start missing go slow again,do this for some time u will se some improvement.Hope this helps :)
High sens makes everyone look like they have motor disabilities. Just use an actual sens.
When you aim you should plant your wrist in your mousepad and only use the limited movement you have then. Do not grip your mouse hard and try to stay warm. Its not really a good sens if you cant controll it, but try to be gentle and let it smoove over instead of flicking everything. When you play high sens its important to relax your aim and only flick with awp. Do not flick with rifles or pistols. It becomes shaky then.
have 2 get used to it ig, I kinda struggled hitting shots at first then I adapted to my sens in days
Don't use it then, go back to normal sens or what you're used to. Just because a pro player uses it doesn't mean that you'll be as good as him.
Bro use what you’re used to, if you get semi used to fast sens then you’ll lose confidence and aim with your old sens, bad place to be.. I’ve played high sens everywhere my whole life and I can’t imagine playing >2400edpi but that’s just preference
The reason it's happening is because of how much more dots your mouse is registering at that dpi so all if your most minute inputs will be picked up by the mouse. I play 950dpi @ 3.27-3.31, when I started playing around this sense I was pretty shaky too but over time I learned to find a comfortable posture and maintain a calm mind and now my aim isn't shaky at all (except for when I flick with the awp, as it's part of my technique, sort of styled after s1mple). So, yeah, I think that higher dpi requires a smoother hand and, if you make a conscious effort, can make your aim smoother.
Heavier mouse, lower your sensitivity. Otherwise, this is something you'll just have to get used to.
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I have very high sens and my aim shakes sometimes as well. But when you reach a certain point these shakes turn into a sort of micro-management. You learn how to control them pretty much
why play with high sens?
its objectively worse than low to average sens.
i can do everything i need to do with a 800 edpi and still be accurate
It means that you dont have the dexterity to use high sens.
enjoy your no talent cs go experience.
Why are you switching to high sens? What was your sens before?