You are incorrect in your understanding of standard. According to
§91.175 Takeoff and landing under IFR. (f) (2) (i) For aircraft, other than helicopters, having two engines or less—1 statute mile
visibility. (ii) For aircraft having more than two engines— 1⁄2
statute mile visibility.
However, these minimums do not apply to you because just before the definition of standard it says:
(f) Civil airport takeoff minimums. This paragraph applies to persons
operating an aircraft under part 121, 125, 129, or 135 of this
So standard minimums are 1 statute mile for 1 and 2 engine aircraft and 1/2 statute mile for more than two engines but the rule doesn’t apply to you since you are flying under Part 91.
The next part of that section says:
(3) Except as provided in paragraph (f)(4) of this section, no pilot
may takeoff under IFR from a civil airport having published obstacle
departure procedures (ODPs) under part 97 of this chapter for the
takeoff runway to be used, unless the pilot uses such ODPs or an
alternative procedure or route assigned by air traffic control.
In this case, since there is a published ODP, you are required to have either the visibility or the climb performance. If you can climb at 325' per nm to 1100' then you can take off in 0/0 conditions.