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I believe that you can calculate it if you know your cm/360.

My sens on the site is 3.839733

Is I use the sens equation that kairu found: http://steamcommunity.com/app/328070/discussions/0/620695877514329856/

He says it's a little imperfect so I'll sub in my settings (and sens for mouse-sensitivity) and see what that constant really is

m_speed = 387/(cm360 / (387/dpi))

sub in my settings:

3.839733 = x / (20.8 / (x / 2000)

Wolfram Alpha says:

x = 399.666

And I'd bet you a million bucks that if my cm/360 was to more dec points it'd be 400.

So:

m_speed = 400/(cm360 / (400/dpi))

Edited by arnold

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I made a post about making reflex sensitivity scale the same as quake because of this issue. Your sensitivity should be 42.33309, Not sure why you have decided to have such a low dpi for a high sensitivity, seems like if you are using a sensitivity that high you would want high dpi, personally I would double your dpi and half your sensitivity at least.

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I believe that you can calculate it if you know your cm/360.

My sens on the site is 3.839733

Is I use the sens equation that kairu found: http://steamcommunity.com/app/328070/discussions/0/620695877514329856/

He says it's a little imperfect so I'll sub in my settings (and sens for mouse-sensitivity) and see what that constant really is

m_speed = 387/(cm360 / (387/dpi))

sub in my settings:

3.839733 = x / (20.8 / (x / 2000)

Wolfram Alpha says:

x = 399.666

And I'd bet you a million bucks that if my cm/360 was to more dec points it'd be 400.

So:

m_speed = 400/(cm360 / (400/dpi))

​Yea i came up with that formula but messed up with the values when doing some adjustments. It used to be 400 but people reported offsets, so i used other measurements. The "(387/dpi)" part is a typo, it's based on my dpi which is obviously 400 and not 387, never bothered to correct it because mouse-sensitivity.com took over.

The way you calculated x is a bit wrong though.

m_speed = x/(cm360 / (y/dpi))

x is the value that relates cm360 to m_speed, y/dpi relates your dpi to the one i used when measuring.

13.285477 = x /(30.0315 / (400/400))

x = 398.9828025255

That's what i get when i use mouse-sensitivity.com to find my cm360.

 

 

 

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