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Poll Results: Can you tell the difference?

 
  • 27% (5)
    Left side of the picture is drawn with G400 and right with G100
  • 72% (13)
    Left side of the picture is drawn with G100 and right with G400
18 Total Votes  
post #11 of 16
Can you tell us which mousepad are you using?
Maybe the sensor is a little picky and that's why people is obtaining so different results.
post #12 of 16
I can see that you have the G400 with prediction. smile.gif
post #13 of 16
Thread Starter 
It's without prediction, the PID is of the new ones and the box had logitech text stickers on it.
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Originally Posted by NuFon View Post

I can see that you have the G400 with prediction. smile.gif


It;s Roccat taito that was cleaned before test. I've also tried it on Icemat and raptor gaming mat but the differences were marginal.
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Originally Posted by aikYu View Post

Can you tell us which mousepad are you using?
Maybe the sensor is a little picky and that's why people is obtaining so different results.
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

What polling rate is your G1 at?
Wouldn't say that's a fair comparison as the G1 would be sending less data @ 125hz, but cursor quality should still remain good due to the higher image processing capabilities.
Soft capping the G100 @ 125hz would provide much nice cursor quality than the default 500hz value. (Still a weaker sensor)

I will do G100 vs G400 at 500hz with their native resolution steps so 400vs500 , 800vs1000 and 1800vs2000dpi.
I'm sure you will be surprised by results. So far I didn't find real weakness in G100 sensor that could be felt in any game. Though it has to be said that I only use it at 1000 dpi andI play at 1920x1080 (this is still giving me pixel accuracy ).

SoboL
Edited by sobol - 5/11/12 at 11:48am
post #14 of 16
I could've sweared that was the G400 with prediction tongue.gif
Maybe it's a coincidence. tongue.gif
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by sobol View Post

It's without prediction, the PID is of the new ones and the box had logitech text stickers on it.
It;s Roccat taito that was cleaned before test. I've also tried it on Icemat and raptor gaming mat but the differences were marginal.
I will do G100 vs G400 at 500hz with their native resolution steps so 400vs500 , 800vs1000 and 1800vs2000dpi.
I'm sure you will be surprised by results. So far I didn't find real weakness in G100 sensor that could be felt in any game. Though it has to be said that I only use it at 1000 dpi andI play at 1920x1080 (this is still giving me pixel accuracy ).
SoboL

I have a G100. Not sure what they did for MCU work, but I assume the lower values are just down interpolated from the lowest native driverless value which is 1000.

Mouse is fine at 500/500 values, but it could have been a bit "better" from my point of view.
post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by sobol View Post

So far I didn't find real weakness in G100 sensor that could be felt in any game. Though it has to be said that I only use it at 1000 dpi andI play at 1920x1080 (this is still giving me pixel accuracy ).

I tried playing with it at 1000 DPI and it felt... weird. Hard to describe it, but words "floaty" and "wobbly" come to mind. I occasionally use it at 500 DPI at my secondary PC and it works fine, no complaint there.
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