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I'm running a G500 right now, I still have the registry fix from my old RAT7 installed that removes the acceleration built into Windows, there is absolutely no positive acceleration.
There absolutely is positive acceleration.

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Originally Posted by Cabbs View Post
The acceleration has nothing to do with Windows, drivers, or any other software. Maybe firmware, but none of these companies using the ADNS-9500 seem to care about it.

If you want to prove me wrong, open up paint. Draw two lines of equal distance with two different swipe speeds, one slow and one fast. Use heavy objects to set the distance makes testing easier.
Exactly. But there's no way he could ever prove you wrong because it's a known fact that avago 9500 mice have positive acceleration not just an opinion.

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ok, worked fine,
this is what I'm using here,
http://www.cyborggaming.com/blog/pos...eleration.aspx

There is a download link to the fix that removes the acceleration. I don't know if you can undo the change, so if acceleration isn't a big issue for you I wouldn't bother.

If anyone knows a way to undo it I'd love to hear it, I want to test it out and see if it actually makes a difference.
Again, your fix does absolutely nothing. The acceleration is and has been there and the only thing that could ever remove it is a firmware update but that won't be coming because most people are like you and can't notice it.
post #22 of 27
Logitech G500 <3

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826104318
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post #23 of 27
My favorite feeling mouse for texture, shape, and button placement is the G500 with about 80% of max weights added. I like it more than the MX518 that I used before it.

For a great FPS sensor, it is hard to beat the IntelliMouse 3.0. I have one of these on a different office machine, and am impressed by the noticeable improvement to accuracy whenever I switch from the G500 on my sig rig to that office machine. If I were a pro, this is the mouse I'd train on and take with me to tournys.

I'm not a pro, so the comfort and utility of the G500 wins me over.
Edited by willis888 - 7/18/11 at 8:36am
post #24 of 27
For FPS, i recommend Xai. Best mouse for FPS's i ever used. (out of G5/500, DA, MX518)
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post #25 of 27
Mx518 mx500 and deathadder are all palm grip. I personally chose the deathadder out of these three because it was the most comfortable for me and had the best thumb buttons

Edit: oh and its worth mentioning that the 518 has mouse prediction. I'm not sure if the 500 does as well
post #26 of 27
Love my G500. Was using an old MX310 from way back in the day. Was very hard getting using to the difference in size, but now that I have, I love it. There is the positive mouse acceleration, which is a hardware issue. Like someone said above, you cannot turn it off with a reg fix or any other method, it is built into the hardware/firmware. I cannot tell it though, with all the software acceleration turned off, it is very slight. I actually use acceleration though, except for gaming, so I may not be the best judge.

The software for the G500 is quite good as well. Extremely customizable with the buttons and DPI settings. The DPI buttons on the mouse can be set to five different custom DPI settings, making it very easy for on the fly changes in games. X/Y axis DPI settings can be changed independently for those as well. Have mine set to 1020/1270/1800/2230/4800.
post #27 of 27
One vote for the Naos 5000.Love it !
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