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YES, if you like the shape, it's practically FLAWLESS.
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Steelseries Ikari

1) Feels great - palm or claw grip, still feels amazing
2) Glide, it slides very well
3) Personalized- Adjust dpi to WHAT EVER you want. Goes up by 1, can have two settings. Very customizeable dpi settings.
4) Great weight, not too light, not too heavy
5) Simple. Its not flashy or lighty or distracting, its just a mouse.


My ikari has taken a lot of lives on CS, and other FPS's. Its great for other games as well.
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post #173 of 212
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Im just curious why is Image processing: 5.8 megapixels/second on the G400? Isnt it low and is it important that much? And can you compare it to other mice's image processing


as well as:
Max. acceleration: 25G* (i've seen 30 and more )
Max. speed: 70–140* inches/second (seen 160 and more)

please explain smile.gif
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Hey, can I ask a question?

 

When I use either my CM Spawn or G9x on either CS 1.6 or Old Day of Defeat, the mouse is SO jumpy that it makes it unplayable. The mouse is not smooth at all and skips making it very hard to aim. On the newer Source versions, it is as smooth as butter and the mice work great. I usually use the Spawn at 1800 DPI with Mouse Smoothing and Acceleration off..

 

I am using a 42" TV on PC mode and there no lag from it. As of now I can't play these classic games I grew up with. What can I to improve this issue?  Thanks.

 


Edited by Deverica Wolf - 2/21/12 at 1:39am
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The G400's sensor numbers are lower than newer sensors' numbers because newer sensors are newer. The basic architecture of the 3095 has been shipping for years in other mice (like the MX518) so yes - it underperforms some of the high-end laser sensors in the raw numbers game.

Image processing speed is determined by multiplying the maximum framerate of the sensor by the number of pixels the sensor captures. It is not really a valuable tool for you, because it doesn't tell you anything about the linearity of response you'll get from the sensor - which seems to be the thing that you're most concerned about. All it tells you is how much data the sensor captures, not how it uses that data.

25g is more acceleration than you can probably achieve in a usable fashion. Accelerating from a complete stop at 25g would result in your hand moving at 340 inches/second by the time you hit 6 inches of travel (or 8.5 m/sec after 15 cm). Yes, 30g is more, but you've already decided you don't want any of the sensors that can track at up to 30g.

70-140 is a range based on the different surfaces that were tested. Some surfaces are less optimal for that sensor and end up causing the sensor to fail to track at lower values. If you follow mousepad recommendations from other people you'll find one that gives you good tracking. A black cloth pad is one of the ones that does pretty well. So do manila folders and white printer paper.

Seriously you should probably stop trying to Science™ this into oblivion.
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Originally Posted by CPate View Post

The G400's sensor numbers are lower than newer sensors' numbers because newer sensors are newer. The basic architecture of the 3095 has been shipping for years in other mice (like the MX518) so yes - it underperforms some of the high-end laser sensors in the raw numbers game.
Image processing speed is determined by multiplying the maximum framerate of the sensor by the number of pixels the sensor captures. It is not really a valuable tool for you, because it doesn't tell you anything about the linearity of response you'll get from the sensor - which seems to be the thing that you're most concerned about. All it tells you is how much data the sensor captures, not how it uses that data.
25g is more acceleration than you can probably achieve in a usable fashion. Accelerating from a complete stop at 25g would result in your hand moving at 340 inches/second by the time you hit 6 inches of travel (or 8.5 m/sec after 15 cm). Yes, 30g is more, but you've already decided you don't want any of the sensors that can track at up to 30g.
70-140 is a range based on the different surfaces that were tested. Some surfaces are less optimal for that sensor and end up causing the sensor to fail to track at lower values. If you follow mousepad recommendations from other people you'll find one that gives you good tracking. A black cloth pad is one of the ones that does pretty well. So do manila folders and white printer paper.
Seriously you should probably stop trying to Science™ this into oblivion.

So actually these 5.8 pixels/second dont affect my game or whatever?

What is the highest image processing rating out there?
Edited by LuciferRising - 2/21/12 at 3:46am
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It doesn't matter what the highest number out there is. What matters is the actual tracking experience of the fully-assembled mouse. All of the numbers in the ADNS9500 are higher than the ADNS3095, and yet a large majority of the people on this board will recommend the second sensor just because its response vs speed chart is much more linear. Unlike CPUs or video boards, once you get past a certain point it's just numbers for the sake of numbers.
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It doesn't matter what the highest number out there is. What matters is the actual tracking experience of the fully-assembled mouse. All of the numbers in the ADNS9500 are higher than the ADNS3095, and yet a large majority of the people on this board will recommend the second sensor just because its response vs speed chart is much more linear. Unlike CPUs or video boards, once you get past a certain point it's just numbers for the sake of numbers.

Are you guys gonna release any other mouse with the A3095 sensor (also, good mcu/firmware)?
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I can only talk about products that are currently on our website or have been on our website in the past. I cannot talk about our plans for future products - regardless of whether it is to confirm or deny that a product is being worked on - at all.
post #180 of 212
went from deathadder ( wich was awesome) to R.A.T 7 and seriously, the feeling is just fantastic. In every fps i'm feeling stronger =D I make better score and my k/d raatio went from 1.3 to 1.6 in battlefield 3 only in 1 day.


I keep ym deathadder as a backup mouse if i need it someday as it's laso one of my fav i had. Well served me for 3 years.



Zowie AM seem to be pretty decent, also some razer and as well logitech is great overall, just go in a best buy or somethin like that and try the feeling you get on many mouse. Here where i lvie we have demo of probably every greatest mouse nowaday. Way easier to find YOUR best bet.
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