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Mouse DPI question

So i bought a (new) mouse, to use for my laptop when gaming on the go.

With the mouse you can change DPI with a button, 400, 800 , 1200 and so on.

The problem is my main mouse, is set at 600 dpi which i am used to right now. Is there any way i could compensate the new (secondary mouse) to run at 600 dpi?

If you are wondering which mouse it is, it is a 5 Euro mouse, I guess its called the Maxxter gaming mouse.
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    Go to Control Panel > Mouse > Pointer Options Tab - and apply the listed settings.
    You can change the speed and try to match it up to your main mouse :D
  2. KevinS200 said:
    Go to Control Panel > Mouse > Pointer Options Tab - and apply the listed settings.
    You can change the speed and try to match it up to your main mouse :D


    Yeah i guess that is all i can do.
  3. Yeah, it works nicely though.
    That's what i did for my mouse too match my other mice's DPI.
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