Question How to check mouse dpi in numbers

Feb 15, 2019
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I have a cheap gaming mouse with no softwares to change dpi in numbers even though it has 4 different dpi but I don't know which one is what , IV been playing csgo with one of the dpi and I pretty much can play very well , I gotta buy a new one so how can I know the dpi in numbers?
 

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i don't think you can calculate as accurately without knowing what the current dpi is through software but you could try this DPIanalyzer. I would just do it manually though through feel, the new mouse will likely have different ergonomic properties and a different sensor so the same sensitivity might not feel as good.
 

QwerkyPengwen

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oof, been digging and can't find anything.
must be that they pre programmed different levels on the censor.

However, did the mouse come with any CD?
If it did, then chances are there's driver/software on it and if you don't have a CD drive, then you'll need to go somewhere that has a computer you can use that does, then put it in and copy the data of the CD over to a flash drive.
 
Feb 15, 2019
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oof, been digging and can't find anything.
must be that they pre programmed different levels on the censor.

However, did the mouse come with any CD?
If it did, then chances are there's driver/software on it and if you don't have a CD drive, then you'll need to go somewhere that has a computer you can use that does, then put it in and copy the data of the CD over to a flash drive.
No I don't have CD , but there is 4 dpi numbers written in the mouse itself , do you think those are the dpi?
 

QwerkyPengwen

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well unfortunately the one mouse I would suggest for you costs more over there than it does in America.
it's the Logitech G602 and over there it's $5,589 INR on discount.

if you can afford that, it's much better. While the DPI may only go up to 2500, at 2500 it's extremely fast and sensitive, and you can customize the DPI levels per switch level using software and can customize all the buttons on it, even the scroll wheel and left and right clicks.


Otherwise, here's a collection of mice that have great performance and can be customized with software for more of a budget.


Logitech G300s - 1,749.00 INR

SteelSeries Rival 110 - 2,423.40 INR

Redragon Mammoth M801 - 2,690.00 INR

Redragon Perdition M901 - 2,790.00 INR

SteelSeries Rival 310 - 3,594.00 INR

Razer DeathAdder Elite - 3,799.00 INR

Logitech Prodigy G403 - 4,100 INR


And here is downloads for the software for each of them.

For Logitech
https://support.logitech.com/en_us/software/lgs

For Razer DeathAdder
http://drivers.razersupport.com//index.php?_m=downloads&_a=viewdownload&downloaditemid=2116&nav=0,239

For SteelSeries
https://steelseries.com/engine

For Redragon
http://redragonusa.com/downloads


Otherwise, if you are happy enough with your current mouse and it's limitations for DPI customization, then stick with it. No need to go buying something else.
 
Feb 15, 2019
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well unfortunately the one mouse I would suggest for you costs more over there than it does in America.
it's the Logitech G602 and over there it's $5,589 INR on discount.

if you can afford that, it's much better. While the DPI may only go up to 2500, at 2500 it's extremely fast and sensitive, and you can customize the DPI levels per switch level using software and can customize all the buttons on it, even the scroll wheel and left and right clicks.


Otherwise, here's a collection of mice that have great performance and can be customized with software for more of a budget.


Logitech G300s - 1,749.00 INR

SteelSeries Rival 110 - 2,423.40 INR

Redragon Mammoth M801 - 2,690.00 INR

Redragon Perdition M901 - 2,790.00 INR

SteelSeries Rival 310 - 3,594.00 INR

Razer DeathAdder Elite - 3,799.00 INR

Logitech Prodigy G403 - 4,100 INR


And here is downloads for the software for each of them.

For Logitech
https://support.logitech.com/en_us/software/lgs

For Razer DeathAdder
http://drivers.razersupport.com//index.php?_m=downloads&_a=viewdownload&downloaditemid=2116&nav=0,239

For SteelSeries
https://steelseries.com/engine

For Redragon
http://redragonusa.com/downloads


Otherwise, if you are happy enough with your current mouse and it's limitations for DPI customization, then stick with it. No need to go buying something else.
Thank you sir
 

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