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post #131 of 176
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Originally Posted by kimrom View Post
And I am confident that won't happen again, someone got beaten up severely for this.
post #132 of 176
I use my wrist and dont swipe at all that fast.

Would i still suffer with the positive acceleration?
post #133 of 176
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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020 View Post
I use my wrist and dont swipe at all that fast.

Would i still suffer with the positive acceleration?
It only really happens to super low sensitivity players.

I play on 1200 DPI, 1.20 sensitivity in CS and it doesn't happen to me at all.
post #134 of 176
Personally I think the acc isnt really a problem, heck a lot of pros like a little accel since they have so low sens. Problem is the accel isnt consistent.

To bad though. Its not a bad mouse but according to the specs its supposed to be lighter than my da. da ~125g and xai 104:ish. No way that this mouse is lighter than my da though. So who wants to buy a xai only used for ~4 hours? (swe 500 swe kr receipt from inet.)
post #135 of 176
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Originally Posted by Conditioned View Post
Personally I think the acc isnt really a problem, heck a lot of pros like a little accel since they have so low sens. Problem is the accel isnt consistent.

To bad though. Its not a bad mouse but according to the specs its supposed to be lighter than my da. da ~125g and xai 104:ish. No way that this mouse is lighter than my da though. So who wants to buy a xai only used for ~4 hours? (swe 500 swe kr receipt from inet.)
The DA weighs around 110g, the Xai is lighter but not by much.
post #136 of 176
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Originally Posted by piskooooo View Post
It only really happens to super low sensitivity players.

I play on 1200 DPI, 1.20 sensitivity in CS and it doesn't happen to me at all.
I had my xai at 500dpi and in call of duty BO i have sens of 5.

I guess its too high to notice.
Edited by dmxdex2020 - 10/15/11 at 2:54pm
post #137 of 176
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I been meaning to update this but I haven't had the time.

So far its definately my favourite mouse with the avago 9500 sensor. And It still looks EXACTLY like the day I got it

The only con I experienced so far would be acceleration you can add to the mouse doesn't perform as acceleration should. You need to move the mouse at a certain speed to feel the acceleration, but if I move any slower or faster the acceleration is gone.

Also I would change the switches to something a little lighter and more tactile like the switches found in the ec2 Omron D2FC-G-7S. But thats a preference
post #138 of 176
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post
I been meaning to update this but I haven't had the time.

So far its definately my favourite mouse with the avago 9500 sensor. And It still looks EXACTLY like the day I got it

The only con I experienced so far would be acceleration you can add to the mouse doesn't perform as acceleration should. You need to move the mouse at a certain speed to feel the acceleration, but if I move any slower or faster the acceleration is gone.

Also I would change the switches to something a little lighter and more tactile like the switches found in the ec2 Omron D2FC-G-7S. But thats a preference
So you actually use the acceleration options then?
post #139 of 176
I think the acceleration options of the Xai was one of the features that made sense. Basically you can set a threshold for the accel to kick in. Good if you don't want accel when track an opponents with a hitscan weapon but want it to kick in when doing fast swipes like when turning around. Allows you to reap the benefits of a low sens without the drawback of turning slow like a tank turret
post #140 of 176
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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020 View Post
I had my xai at 500dpi and in call of duty BO i have sens of 5.

I guess its too high to notice.
I would recommend increasing DPI, lowering sensitivity. I'm surprised you don't see pixel skipping.
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