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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Siddhesh222;15430029 
Well I wonder then how pro quake players like cypher,cooller and av3k play with their abyssus...they would easily notice right? I feel there are non-jittery abyssus out there..

To be clear, av3k is playing on salmosa, only cypher and cooller are using abyssus.

My advice to you guys is to don't buy abyssus, believe me or not, but you will can't stand this crazy sensor.
post #12 of 14
The newer models had the jitter fixed, and because there is no way of updating a new firmware your only option is to buy a new one.
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Noctua D14 Asus VG248QE Corsair TX 750 V2 Corsair 650D 
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G400, MX518, G500, G5, IMO 1.1, IME 3.0, Deatha... fUnC 1030, QCK+, QCK Heavy, PureTrak Talent Whi... X-Fi Titanium HD Sennheiser HD555 
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post #13 of 14
I have a mirror edition and a LOL edition, neither of which jitter on my QcK+ mouse pads (this is a pad known to have issues with the Abyssus).
post #14 of 14
With the abyssus, you just need to find the right pad. Mine jitters once every few days my golithus control and I'm not sure what makes it spaz out. I end up picking up and repositioning it and it's fine again. I will most likely invest in a hard pad and mouse skates in the future.
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