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post #511 of 2468
Just tried the Synapse drivers again to see if they are still terrible, and indeed they are. Still consistent ~2.2m/s tracking speed at all CPI levels, 1000hz polling rate polls 500hz, tracking quality is even worse at higher CPI.

I find it annoying that the older (better) drivers aren't on the main driver page, you actually have to go into a driver archive for your respective mouse and download it from there. Anyone that doesn't know better will download the Synapse drivers thinking that those are the best when in reality the best drivers are hidden obscurely and the ones on the main page are completely awful.

y u do dis razer
Edited by Vikhr - 7/26/12 at 6:29pm
post #512 of 2468
I wont use the synapse drivers. I tried the synapse installer the other day for my DA, and the first thing it wanted me to do is create a login & PW. How utterly ridiculous. So just for kicks, I made a login/PW for it and when i went to log in IMMEDIATELY after, it told me my email/username/PW was wrong.

Uninstalled. Went to the driver archive. All is right with the world. smile.gif

Why is razer doing this now, this really is ridiculous. Hope other companies dont follow suit.
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post #513 of 2468
I have no idea why they're doing it. It's really disappointing. At least as a deathadder user you have the option to use old drivers. Any of the newer mice don't even have an archive so you have to use the synapse software.
post #514 of 2468
They want to put Cloud mouse on the box to sell more, I wish they just had an Offline mode, or handled start-up a little better. Having the mouse DPI spaz out for a few seconds is just odd on a modern, fast system.
post #515 of 2468
I think I'm going to write razer and tell them that until they start writing normal drivers for their mice, I won't be buying any more products from them, I own quite a few razer mice. The last time I wrote them I told them they sold out after making a mouse for M$ and I got a reply back from the owner about how it was good for business blah blah blah
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post #516 of 2468
Just use the old set. Sensitivity scaling is pretty inaccurate on synapse 2.0.

I wrote a list of CPI values via sensitivity slide on both 1800 & 3500 CPI. (original 3.05 Driver) Link

Of course its best to use values 5 and 2.5 as they're evenly calculated.
post #517 of 2468
Quote:
Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

For Reference:
Deathadder Sensitivity Scaling (driver interpolation) :
1800 CPI:
10 = 1800 CPI
9.5 = 1710 CPI
9 = 1620 CPI
8.5 = 1530 CPI
8 = 1440 CPI
7.5 = 1350 CPI
7 = 1260 CPI
6.5 = 1170 CPI
6 = 1080 CPI
5.5 = 990 CPI
5 = 900 CPI
4.5 = 810 CPI
4 = 720 CPI
3.5 = 630 CPI
3 = 540 CPI
2.5 = 450 CPI
2 = 360 CPI
1.5 = 270 CPI
1 = 180 CPI

The weird thing is, the slider does not match the lines of the scale.

You can try this, when you set for example Mouse Button 4 to On-the-fly -sensitivity.

The lowest large line is 1, the first line, the small one is zero.
Then you count the big lines till 5 and end up next to the 6.
And in reality, according to the on the fly sensitivity you even didn't select 5, but 5.5


Edited by karod - 7/28/12 at 3:25am
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post #518 of 2468
That's exactly how I change the sensitivity. Silly that the image has been off for all these years.
Edited by Skylit - 7/28/12 at 3:30am
post #519 of 2468
I am kinda outdated with Deathadder.

Is the Lod fixed? I remember it was like 3 CDs and you had to fix it with tape.
Is the Jitter gone? If not when does occur?

I want to use it at 900 dpi for CS GO, so I want i to be pretty damn accurate.

thansk for help smile.gif
post #520 of 2468
There's no specific lift off distance of any mouse, though I understand that you might have issues on most dark cloth surfaces. To answer your first question, the DA is configured properly to work on as many surfaces as possible. It has a lower lift off distance on most hardsurfaces. Lift off is still "higher" on most darker cloth surfaces.

Jitter can occur on any mouse pad. The more optimal mouse pads such as the Goliathus speed don't show me any noticeable jitter at 900 CPI.
Edited by Skylit - 7/30/12 at 5:28am
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