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    Default CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    I play at 16.

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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    Mine is at 5.6

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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    Mine is at 3.0 at 2000dpi.

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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    4.5 at 1600dpi
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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    Mine is 2.2 or around there. It depends on the surface and which mouse I decide to use.
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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    I play at 6.0 with 1200 DPI.
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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    mine is 4.3 in both CS 1.6 and Cs:source and i use 800 DPI
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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    9.7 1000 dpi (i think, whatever middle setting on G5 is).
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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    Depends on DPI and mouse settings in the Windows Control Panel, but clearly this topic was just posted as a way to show off your e-***** with a ridiculous 16 sensitivity.

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    Default Re: CS 1.6:What is your mouse sensitivity?

    I actually have several friends who play at 16, it's not too ridiculously uncommon.
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