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post #391 of 2468
My Deathadder BE is also showing DPI in steps of 100, it's also posting very pitiful tracking speeds of roughly 2.2m/s at every cpi setting. It also refuses to change polling rate to 1000hz, instead it just stays at about 500hz.

Edit: Uninstalled the Synapse drivers, the mouse defaulted back to 3500dpi and it's now producing abysmal tracking speeds. I guess I need to install the normal drivers if I want to make the mouse track decently again.
Edited by Vikhr - 6/6/12 at 2:19am
post #392 of 2468
You're right. This driver is a total mess (even though it fixed the replug issues I had with the older client).

-Max IPS is lowered. Around 90 (2.2m/s) coming from ~150.
-Tracking turned to garbage. Maybe the controller values are off.
-1000hz polling rate is stuck a little above 500hz.
- Someone can't think backwards. Left hand DA picture and buttons are heavily mislabeled.
post #393 of 2468
Ditto. Automatically downloaded because I have synapse running for my Naga Hex. 2.2m/s and cursor almost feels a bit laggy.
post #394 of 2468
I downloaded the new drivers and firmware update. I had the left button problem which would decrease the efficiency of the button itself. I changed the mode into the "left-hand edition". Everything works like a charm now!
post #395 of 2468
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On eBay there are Deathadder mouse covers
Thx mate, i found them but its not my taste.
I bought carbon foil and i love it.

@drivers: i dont use them, tried sometimes but it never made it better but only worse:(
post #396 of 2468
Just got a Razer DeathAdder and a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate, I hope they're a good purchase. smile.gif
    
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post #397 of 2468
They're great when they work. tongue.gif. I went from being a Logitech guy (a couple of Logitech keyboards, mx revolution, performance mx, and g700) to a Razer guy (DA:BE and blackwidow vanilla) and from my experience , it has been a build quality and reliability ( giving points to Logitech) vs performance (Razer) trade-off. As long as they hold up, you'll be happy with your purchase.
Edited by Infinite Jest - 6/11/12 at 1:33pm
post #398 of 2468
So I have a deathadder 3G that has lasted about 5-6 years so far. I'm starting to have cable connection problems. It will sometimes not be detected when I plug it into my laptop and certain times my laptop can detect the USB connection.
Is there a guide on how to fix this problem?
post #399 of 2468
http://i.imgur.com/gXqmmh.jpg
Thats the kinzu but the DA is pretty simlilar.
All you need is a new cable, or you need to find the damaged part, cut it off and connect the connector again.

Basicly you can repair anything but the pcb i guess, the cable should be really easy so open your DA and check if theres a damaged part in the cable. If there is its very likely that you will be able to fix it.
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it has been a build quality and reliability ( giving points to Logitech) vs performance (Razer) trade-off
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o I have a deathadder 3G that has lasted about 5-6 years so far.
Is there a lot more to say?
You say that you feel like, did you break 100razer mice while your 100logitech mice lasted without breaking or how can you say it?
Also, how can you say razer has better performance, i doubt that you can see differences between g400 and DA performance.
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This driver is a total mess
Thats right, thankfully i first tried it on my laptop and didnt install it on the desktop:D
There we go, thats an objective quality issue, but its fixed by using archive drivers.
Edited by IloveKuchen - 6/19/12 at 2:18am
post #400 of 2468
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Originally Posted by Riou View Post

Please could you try drawing diagonal lines with your mouse held rotated 45 degrees to the left? Hold the mouse 45 degrees to the left and draw straight down (which results in diagonal lines).
My DA:BE creates lots of jitter on one of my Ripper cloth pad when drawn like that. I do not get this with my G400, MX300, or Avago 9500 mice (g9x, d3, sensei) with the same pad.
DA:BE, 900 dpi, 500 Hz
450
My QcK+ pad seem to work okay with DA:BE, but there still seems to be slight jitter.
450

I can also produce this jitter when the mouse is rotated by 45 degrees. It happened on all 3 of my DAs. Fortunately I am using a low sens + palm grip so I hardly rotate the mouse, although this could be a killer for claw grip.
Edited by tom2k11 - 6/19/12 at 2:21am
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