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Same dpi, same mouse, same ingame. Feels different
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#1
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I recently upgraded my whole PC.
ive kept the same Dpi, the same mouse, and the same sens in game.
Even with these my sens still feels super different.
Should i cut my loses and just find a new sens.
or is there a fix.

I recently upgraded my whole PC.
ive kept the same Dpi, the same mouse, and the same sens in game.
Even with these my sens still feels super different.
Should i cut my loses and just find a new sens.
or is there a fix.
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#2
12 Frags +

check windows mouse settings

check windows mouse settings
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#3
6 Frags +

mastercomfig mouse vpk?
mouseaccel?
windows sensitivity? (6/11 by default)

i know that when i upgraded, my NVIDIA control panel was telling TF2 to cap my fps at my refresh rate and this makes mouse movement feel like shit.

mastercomfig mouse vpk?
mouseaccel?
windows sensitivity? (6/11 by default)

i know that when i upgraded, my NVIDIA control panel was telling TF2 to cap my fps at my refresh rate and this makes mouse movement feel like shit.
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#4
0 Frags +

Windows sens, mouse accel, m_rawinput, cl_interp_ratio, low mouse polling rate and different resolution can all make a difference in the sens or its feeling iirc. See if it is one of those.

Windows sens, mouse accel, m_rawinput, cl_interp_ratio, low mouse polling rate and different resolution can all make a difference in the sens or its feeling iirc. See if it is one of those.
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#5
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I've had this problem, and it turned out to be input lag. Turning off V-sync and going fullscreen eliminated the input lag for me and it went back to normal, so maybe try that.

I've had this problem, and it turned out to be input lag. Turning off V-sync and going fullscreen eliminated the input lag for me and it went back to normal, so maybe try that.
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#6
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I .zipped up my tf2 folder and unzipped it.
im guessing the settings should be the same
but my resolution was off when i launched the game so maybe other things would change aswell.
ty

I .zipped up my tf2 folder and unzipped it.
im guessing the settings should be the same
but my resolution was off when i launched the game so maybe other things would change aswell.
ty
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#7
0 Frags +

frametiming, fps and input delay are going to be different now so it's understandable that it feels different, I recommend sticking to the same sens and get used to it

frametiming, fps and input delay are going to be different now so it's understandable that it feels different, I recommend sticking to the same sens and get used to it
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#8
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frametiming is the biggest thing that contributes to irl sens feeling off. I would look @ benching the ram+cpu w/ something that allows you to figure out if its simply just more consistent or if its pulling a result that is out of norm for the combo.

frametiming is the biggest thing that contributes to irl sens feeling off. I would look @ benching the ram+cpu w/ something that allows you to figure out if its simply just more consistent or if its pulling a result that is out of norm for the combo.
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