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    I was wondering i someone could do some calculations for me. I was playing on a 4k monitor in 4k full screen, then changed it to 1080 size and my accuracy got much better. This is because I was moving my mouse less for the same distance, so what sensitivity would i want to change to on the fullscreen 4k to get the same accuracy? I was sniping with 500 DPI, 5 sensitivity for both. What do i change the 5 to, to get the results I want. I understand if nobody can give me an answer, but i figure someone knows more than me about this, and can calculate the info i need.
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    I believe FPS plays a huge role in your mouse sens/aim. Not sure if it's related but make sure you have FPS prediction enabled
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    I do, thats not what i need.

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    It is cuz i started to play 1080 borderless windowed on a 4k screen, and the window was much smaller, what i want to know is the sensitivity that it scales to if put in full screen.
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    Thats nothin that you can calculate. You simply have to try out diffrent sensitivitys.
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    Well, like FreshManYT said, this is nothing you can calculate, but if you do calculate it, it would be 1500 DPI, but I do not think that it will do the trick, what i would recomend is every 5min increase it by 50 DPI and stop when it feels right, thats how I do it, hope it works for you too
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