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post #391 of 690
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Originally Posted by SocksWthSandals;15231193 
i did. but i only have the option to turn off all of them, or none of them. am i doign something wrong?

You can choose the color black, for those lights you want turned off
post #392 of 690
i did try that. it actually looks kinda cool as black
post #393 of 690
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Originally Posted by pvpcrusader;15228738 
Been using it all day, seems to be working right at least and I don't wanna go through the hassle of returning it. Boo Steelseries QC =/

I would. If anything to help your self in the future. Hopefully a higher return rate will make them put a little more effort in to QC which SS has always lacked.
post #394 of 690
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Originally Posted by Kragarmendes;14688652 
I have been waiting for a detailed review of the Spawn for since the latest firmwares (30a, 31, 32) have been released.
Looking at ESR, I know it must be one of the best around without even having touched it.
So do finish it for everybody to know (even more so in the unlikely case that your verdict doesn't coincide biggrin.gif) since, sadly, this doesn't seem to be the case yet.



Yep, and 5701 to 11400 CPI should be called "digital CPI" as in "digital zoom" wink.gif
It´s just that the Avago ADNS-9500 sensor is 5040 CPI max so 5700 is already an interpolation, so 11400 is more than double the nominal CPI, sounds unprecise and skippy as hell...
I hope people understand is hardly humanly possible to move the mouse precisely at more than 6000 CPI on 1:1 setting and that 10000CPI at 1:1 is the same that using it at 5000CPI 1:2 so that powerful pixel-skipping micro controller unit is just a waste unless you have more than 3 fullhd widescreen monitors.
I like high resolution, 4000CPI seems pretty nice to me but these interpolation gimmicks (like that disaster 2000CPI interpolation of an 800CPI sensor by A4tech) are just ridiculous. If higher dpi won´t give you more smoothness at high sensitivity it´s just stupid.
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post #395 of 690
oh fudge. I fell into the marketing gimics and bought myself one of those when I saw an open box one for 70 bucks.
post #396 of 690
I have the G5 and I've always liked the shape of the xai/sensei would the sensei be worth it? I know I have to grab a different mouse pad for the sensei though got the talent right now.
post #397 of 690
Is anyone else having problems on Windows 7 with this mouse and the SteelSeries software?
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post #398 of 690
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Originally Posted by ZareliMan;15344463 
It´s just that the Avago ADNS-9500 sensor is 5040 CPI max so 5700 is already an interpolation,

Simply not true. With SROM version A0 the 9500 goes up to 5670 CPI.
post #399 of 690
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Originally Posted by jfuze;15348322 
Is anyone else having problems on Windows 7 with this mouse and the SteelSeries software?

I have two issues so far:

1.) I dont seem to be able to do changes to the default profile. If I change values and save them, it creates a "Profile Default (1)".

2.) If I reconnect the mouse, always the default profile is active. I use it on a notebook so this happens quite often.
post #400 of 690
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Originally Posted by Skar;15348552 
Simply not true. With SROM version A0 the 9500 goes up to 5670 CPI.

I didn't knew that. I just saw their website... must be obsolete information
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