Originally Posted by Skar
i can not entirely agree with this no driver necessary. i would for example prefer a 800 dpi setting, and there is simply no way i get this with this mouse without in game sensitivity settings, which i simply dont enjoy to mess with it as i am not focused on just "that one game i play 6h daily".
if this would be a steelseries mouse i probably could use the ss exact sens feature to get 800 (even tho inter/extrapolated) dpi as firmware setting.
I'm against drivers but a software that doesn't have to run in the background can have its benefits (features + comfort) but I don't really understand your reasons.
You have to adjust the ingame sensitivity anyway because different games handle the same CPI differently.
Also, when it comes to adjusting sensitivity I take the ingame setting over every other solution that is set between mouse sensor readings and the game.
Allthough on the desktop it's the best solution to get your prefered sensitivity.
Did you ever actually meassure the max. speed with this LED mod?