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post #251 of 705
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There it is wink.gif

I dunno how to identify what type of IC it is, but thanks thumb.gif

Next I have to find out how the onboard memory works... What I guess: everything set on the mouse driver will be saved on the mouse after clicking "apply" or "ok", and if i plug the mouse into another computer with driver, it will show the settings saved on the mouse - this makes more sense to me, but I have not tested it out yet.
post #252 of 705
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I dunno how to identify what type of IC it is, but thanks thumb.gif
Next I have to find out how the onboard memory works... What I guess: everything set on the mouse driver will be saved on the mouse after clicking "apply" or "ok", and if i plug the mouse into another computer with driver, it will show the settings saved on the mouse - this makes more sense to me, but I have not tested it out yet.

Thats exactly how it works. However some features require a driver, for example the stats, voice feedback and some functionality for the media players etc.
post #253 of 705
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Thats exactly how it works. However some features require a driver, for example the stats, voice feedback and some functionality for the media players etc.

Wow, thanks for the confirmation. It suddenly makes sense thumb.gif

It still bugs me why they don't put it as a feature, it's important for gamers on-the-go... And the more expensive Sensei Raw can only save 1 profile rolleyes.gif
post #254 of 705
Savu runs on a 72MHz 32 bit ARM MCU fully capable of addressing the 512 kb flash memory - more comparable to what runs in the real Sensei and not that cost down RAW version.

NXP seems to be quite happy with what ROCCAT did wink.gif.
post #255 of 705
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Savu runs on a 72MHz 32 bit ARM MCU fully capable of addressing the 512 kb flash memory - more comparable to what runs in the real Sensei and not that cost down RAW version.
NXP seems to be quite happy with what ROCCAT did wink.gif.

It says "8 KB of SRAM, 32 KB of Flash"... is this "Flash" different from the 512KB Flash memory we are talking about?


Edit: Any idea of how much DPI the "Sensitivity" slider in the driver changes?
Edited by raisinbun - 8/30/12 at 3:20am
post #256 of 705
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It says "8 KB of SRAM, 32 KB of Flash"... is this "Flash" different from the 512KB Flash memory we are talking about?
Edit: Any idea of how much DPI the "Sensitivity" slider in the driver changes?

Yes, thats the memory inside the MCU. so in total it has 32 kb inside the MCU and 512 kb extra, marketing lieks to speak of 544 kb because of that...

Each step of sensitivity is 1/6. meaning -5 is 1/6*dpi, -4 is 2/6*dpi ... 0 is 6/6*dpi and so forth till 11/6*dpi.
post #257 of 705
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Verdict is that it's yet another one of the "flawless" avago 3090 mice. These include the Razerdeath adder/abyssus, Zowie AM/EC, Logitech MX518/G400, and CM Storm Spawn. Pick your poison, you have brands of mice to chose from if you like flawless tracking.
Sounds good, thanks.
    
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post #258 of 705
Hey,

I'm kinda torn between Razer Deathadder and mentioned Roccat Savu. I know those are both outstanding mouses so purchasing either of it is probably ok.

One thing that complicates the choice it is the fact that the game I'm playing uses dynamic crosshair and mouse acceleration is necessary. I doubt I could play without it after 16 years of using it anyway.

I wonder how Savu and DA are performing with accel on and whether their software has some option that can somehow enhance it?

Thanks in advance for any tips
post #259 of 705
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Hey,
I'm kinda torn between Razer Deathadder and mentioned Roccat Savu. I know those are both outstanding mouses so purchasing either of it is probably ok.
One thing that complicates the choice it is the fact that the game I'm playing uses dynamic crosshair and mouse acceleration is necessary. I doubt I could play without it after 16 years of using it anyway.
I wonder how Savu and DA are performing with accel on and whether their software has some option that can somehow enhance it?
Thanks in advance for any tips

You can always turn windows acceleration on, if you are used to that acceleration. The Savu's driver has no extra option for acceleration other than that. Not sure about Deathadder.
post #260 of 705
How is the LOD compared to the Spawn?

How is the size compared to the G400?
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