idk i have same issue but rn im on 1.51 400 dpi
take NiKo sens. thank me later
just try an variety of sens and then the one that's good keep it
using 1.55 x 400 for many years now. Just use the sens you feel most comfortable with and stick to it
I have Andrew Tate's sens
If ur shit, ur shit.
No sens will halp you, I learned that the hard way after changing sens for 2 years straight thinking I will magicaly find the one that makes me play good.
Spoilers, it didnt.
If you want to have a high sens, set yourself on one high sens and keep it for a long time. If you want low sens, do the same. Changing your sens will only just ruin all the work you did with the other one.
Don't listen to these low sens hardstuck lvl 5 bots here.
Pick anything between 2-2.5 and you're good.
It doesn't matter much what you pick in that range, just grind it out.
It's actually pretty easy. Play with a certain sensitivity for a while, whatever you feel like is okay, and then if it feels too slow make it higher, if it feels too fast make it lower. And just continue doing that until you find a sens that you feel isn't too high or too low, but perfect. For me it's 1600 DPI 0.38 sens, so 608 eDPI. But whatever floats your boat, everyone's different. You can start from 800-1000 eDPI and then go higher/lower when you feel like it.
zoom sens 1.0
dont overcomplicate it
there was that one 360 technique, its not that good though, its overrated.
I use 2.25 400dpi, copied it from stewie2k (he has 2.0 450 dpi but its the same)
You can try sensitivities until you get a good one, and when you get a good one try your best to never change it.
You can also try the 360 trick but its not that good
don't change it much, play whatever you like.
800 dpi 2.2 raw input off
Ur sens also depends on ur mouse, so watch out 4 that
you need to be able to do a 180 degree turn from left side of mousepad to right side of mousepad.
thats your perfect sens. anything lower than that is too low imo, you need to be clearing angles and being able to do fast turns sometimes. anything higher than that is crippling your potential because lower sens = more accuracy for 99% of people
bro if you can 180 that's your sens. Simple.
800 DPI 1 sens
Sort out your ergonomics first, and then find out the largest sensitivity in which you can keep the crosshair on a head sized target while moving.
So depending on problem if you swap most time sens you might have bad res for you i used 4:3 and now i use 16:9 and play consistent even if i have bad day
My sens is 2. Somethingand 800 dpi
I'm a wrist player and play only with my wrist only, no arm movement, it's because my mousepad in the start was too small, like the breadth of a keyboard small.
if i could turn my back with one flick i knew i was using the right sens
use sens 3 with 2k dpi best sense ever
just choose a sens youre sorta comfortable on and stick to it, changing sens is the worst thing you can possibly do