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post #931 of 2468
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You can set sensitivity on CSGO below 1, just type in console "sensitivity *value*", I used 0.4 with a 3.5g Deathadder @1800dpi

You are sure? I knew this was possible in Source, but i looked at the Mousesettings in the Menues, and the Mousebar wasn't adjustable below 1. But I am familiar with those Configs and know many of the Commands. thx smile.gif
post #932 of 2468
Yeah, I'm sure. You don't even need to do that in console, on the sensitivity adjustment bar, just press the number next to it and type whatever sensitivity you want and it will work, even below 1 wink.gif
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so i just RMA my deathadder 2013 due to skipping issue. Somethign that may worry me a bit is that im using hyperglide mousefeet. Do you think that will void my warranty because i replaced the stock mouse feet?
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so i just RMA my deathadder 2013 due to skipping issue. Somethign that may worry me a bit is that im using hyperglide mousefeet. Do you think that will void my warranty because i replaced the stock mouse feet?

I've never heard of a warranty being denied from feet replacements. Only if you take apart the mouse or return it physically damaged does that void the warranty.
     
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so i just RMA my deathadder 2013 due to skipping issue. Somethign that may worry me a bit is that im using hyperglide mousefeet. Do you think that will void my warranty because i replaced the stock mouse feet?

Can you please explain this skipping issue to me a bit more? My store has now got the mouse in stock for $69. Should I go ahead and buy it? I really wanted to get it a few months ago, but some of these issues are now putting me off it.
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post #936 of 2468
Just got myself the Deathadder BE, wanted to get the 2013 one but it's sold out here frown.gif
I'm not gonna comment on the sensor because it's perfect as you guys know, but is it just me or does anyone else have a mushy right click and a weird scroll wheel? The Xai had great tactile feel to the clicks and the scroll wheel was great when I got it (it kinda broke after about a year and a half of use) but on the DA BE when I push the scroll wheel to the right it makes a click and when I push it on the left it hits the plastic and wobbles. It feels like it's gonna break soon, although I'm not sure if this is normal. I used to have the original DA a long time ago and the build quality seemed superior to the BE. Either they don't make them as they used to or I got a bad one frown.gif

Also, the feet are too thin and the mouse drags on my Goliathus Control pad. Specifically the bottom of the mouse seems like it doesn't even have the teflon feet while the 2 top feet are fine. I ordered some quality teflon feet from ebay for the LOD and the dragging, but the right click and the scroll wheel still worry me. Maybe I'm just used to the one's that Xai had confusedsmiley.png
Edited by weirdek - 1/11/13 at 1:58pm
post #937 of 2468
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Yeah, I'm sure. You don't even need to do that in console, on the sensitivity adjustment bar, just press the number next to it and type whatever sensitivity you want and it will work, even below 1 wink.gif

You were wrong. I tested it and you could do that in Source, but you can't do that in the current Version of CSGO. wink.gif

By the way got the Deathadder 2013 now Guys.

For you natural Righties, this Mouse should make Dreams come true.

Really excellent Quality which feels for sure better than of the 3.5 G.

The Rubbersidegrip are not only a cheap gimmick and more a sensemaking Gripoption. Means really nice to hold and grip.

And the heart of the Mouse the Sensor is a Beast Guys. Not to mention it's the best optical infrared to date.

The Clickfeeling is also different compared to a 3.5 G and even better. Try it and you will see.

The Mainshape-Material ist excellent and grippy.

And all others elements on this Mouse are well thought and just excellent, like the Mousewheeel for example.

I am using it just out of the box with 1800 dpi and 500 hz without having the plan to install synapse.

To make it short, The Deathadder 2013 is superb, just superb. smile.gif



For those which underestand a lil bit of german.

My Hands on of the Razer Deathadder 2013 and the new Orbweaver.


Edited by mousefan - 1/12/13 at 3:05pm
post #938 of 2468
Did they just double the dpi of the 3500 version? (would be 7000)
Or what sensor do they use?

But you can't buy the DA 2013, it uses Synapse. You have to boycott it mad.gif
Edited by karod - 1/12/13 at 3:12pm
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post #939 of 2468

6400 DPI. 

 

More or less an updated version of the Agilent/Avago architecture used in the previous DAs as well as many mice.

post #940 of 2468
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Did they just double the dpi of the 3500 version? (would be 7000)
Or what sensor do they use?

I have read about the sensor model but don't be sure enough. something like the new adns 3988 or similar. It's da real deal without interpolation.

means it's really new new optical which can handle those dpi steps without interpolation. You also see it on it's trackingspeeds even already on the package with 200 ips or 50 g that it's a new model.
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