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post #21 of 267 Old 08-07-2016, 12:14 AM
 
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the zalman is honestly probably the best mouse you can get for its price.
if 3090 lod and angle snapping aren't issues
hmm I had actually never even looked into this mouse. How bad is the lod? We talking like fnatic flick bad or even worse? Like the look of the shape and for 30$ why not

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Meh, not gonna bother with correcting a bunch of stuff. It is what it is.

I will share this since it was something I was looking into tonight.

These Dexin mice have the adjustable debounce feature:

Minimum=0ms Max=32ms:
Sentinel Advance I & II
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Black (Excluding V2)
Black Element

Minimum=12ms Maximum=36ms:
Theron
Level 10M (Not 2016 version)

To be clear though the values I stated above are what they are "intended" internally to do. Well, except the Theron. That gains temporary amnesia after a firmware update.

I'd go into the current lineup of Dexin mice that now have the minimum set to 4ms. However I do not have them or have looked at them yet. I plan on buying the Ventus R, so when that happens I'll bother with it.
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How much does WMO click latency improve if at 8k Hz polling? Is it a linear increase?

Probably not much.

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Good stuff.
Although I'm actually surprised the G900 has more click latency than the g402, 303 and etc.
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nope, any v1 has the same latenvy as they all have the same firmware.

Do you know if there's only 1 version of firmware or more?

I've seen some guys here like the Kinzu v1, but doesn't the inherent accel issue bother any of you?
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Meh, not gonna bother with correcting a bunch of stuff. It is what it is.

Hey man, it would benefit all of us if you bothered.
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Do you know if there's only 1 version of firmware or more?

I've seen some guys here like the Kinzu v1, but doesn't the inherent accel issue bother any of you?
the driver flashes the firmware, the v1 uses a unique driver therefore all v1 firmware has to be the same. In regard to liking the mouse though, the accel is not on the 400CPI step and most of us (I think it is only myself, Alya, and qsxcv used it for a short time) use it for the shape/weight. The sensor is made by the same company as the WMO, IO, and IE, sensor is also 9375 FPS which is better than even a 3310.

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the driver flashes the firmware, the v1 uses a unique driver therefore all v1 firmware has to be the same. In regard to liking the mouse though, the accel is not on the 400CPI step and most of us (I think it is only myself, Alya, and qsxcv used it for a short time) use it for the shape/weight. The sensor is made by the same company as the WMO, IO, and IE, sensor is also 9375 FPS which is better than even a 3310.

Thanks for the info man. I'll update the charts now.
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LOL the zalman has the click latency graph on the amazon page
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Any one experiment with how click latency change while the mice are in MOTION?
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There are mice that change pixel latency when you pick them up, but I don't know of any that change it while in motion, just when "asleep"
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