DSPStanky Gaming Gear
DSPStanky Gaming PC
DSPStanky Overwatch Mouse Settings & Sensitivity
DPI / CPI Mouse DPI = Dots Per Inch | CPI = Counts Per Inch
eDPI Effective DPI | eDPI = DPI x Game sens.
Inches/360° Inches you have to move the mouse to make a 360 degree turn
Cm/360° Centimeters you have to move the mouse to make a 360 degree turn
Polling rate Mouse polling rate in Hz. If the mouse polling rate is 500, the mouse position will be updated every 2 milliseconds
Mouse Settings Gallery
DSPStanky Overwatch Video & Graphics Settings
Refresh rate Monitor refresh rate in Hz
FOV Field Of View
Other Overwatch Pro Settings
Videos Featuring DSPStanky
More info about DSPStanky
- Jump: Right Mouse Button
- Crossfade: Spacebar
- Amp: Shift
- Secondary Fire: Top Thumb Mouse Button
- Melee: Bottom Thumb Mouse Button
Console Bindings (Xbox One)
- Jump: Left Trigger
- Boop: Left Bumper
- Crossfade: A Button
- Jump: LT (L2)
- Crossfade : A (X)
- Amp : RB (R1)
- Boop : LB (L1)
- Melee : RS (R3)
- Ult : Y (Triangle)
DSPStanky Mouse Sensitivity
Please note, that this is his Lucio sensitivity.
- In-game Overwatch sens: 10
- DPI: 1800
- Horizontal: 65
- Vertical: 50
- Aim Assist Strenght: 45
Why do DSPStanky swap between healing and speed (crossfade) all the time?
There’s a lot of situations where it helps. You can more precisely control your wall jumps by switching to heals before jumping off a wall since it’s slows you down. You can also make yourself harder to hit by switching back and forth at the right times to make it harder for people to get used to your rhythm. It also allows you to squeeze out every last drop of healing while still maintaining your speed.
DSPStanky Quit Overwatch
DSPStanky officially left Overwatch on August 9th, 2017.
DSPStanky's birthday is on October 29.
DSPStanky is 30 years old.
DSPStanky is from United States of America.
DSPStanky is using the ASUS PG258Q with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and 1920x1080 resolution.
DSPStanky uses the Razer DeathAdder Chroma with a DPI of 1800 and in-game sensitivity 10.
DSPStanky uses the Ducky One TKL RGB