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post #271 of 565
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

Huh.. I thought DA 3.5G and BE had onboard memory, no?

I can't tell 100% because I only own the 3G, but iirc none of the DAs had onboard memory. But if you own one you could give it a try on a different PC without the driver.
post #272 of 565
3.5G and BE save atleast Hz and DPI Settings.
post #273 of 565
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

3.5G and BE save atleast Hz and DPI Settings.

The 3G had these settings too. The question is if it did save them on the mouse, so that if you plugged it into another PC they remained the same.

Although it doesn't really matter, what's important now is that Razer should stop messing around with the customers and should have included onboard memory for the DA 4G, which is more than fair considering the retail price. Of course they should also kill off this bad joke that Synapse 2.0 is.
post #274 of 565
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Originally Posted by MONVMENTVM View Post

The 3G had these settings too. The question is if it did save them on the mouse, so that if you plugged it into another PC they remained the same.

They do for me.
post #275 of 565
Yes the setting can be saved on the black edition and the regular 3.5G. That is the only way I use mine. I never use the drivers on my PC. I setup the mouse and leave it that way.
post #276 of 565
Both the 3g and the 3.5g allowed you to flash the mouse with default dpi and default hertz. You couldn't save anything else, since there was no memory in the mouse (like macros and so on)

This "feature" appeared with either the 2nd or 3rd release of a firmware upgrade, can't remember exactly. But discussed it with a guy from razer (perhaps it was Glen Frick) on RazerBlueprints prior to the release and he said he would pass it on.
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post #277 of 565
I put an order for DA 2013 ... will see how it compares to my 4yrs old DA 3G 1800DPI which is still working like a charm and looking brand new biggrin.gif
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post #278 of 565
Oh OK I get why there's a bit of a confusion. They do enable the user to save the DPI and polling rate settings on the mouse but that's about it. The other Razer mice with official onboard memory could save several profiles with more advanced settings (buttons, makros, lights,...)... basically anything that the mouse was capable of or what usually the driver would save on the PC.
post #279 of 565
I think this is fine then, because I don't really find myself switching DPI/Polling after finding comfortable settings. If you actually had to use their software to keep your settings, that would truly be a nightmare. On the other hand though this is no excuse for them to not at least add small buttons similar to the ones on the mx518 to change through the default DPI's.
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I think this is fine then, because I don't really find myself switching DPI/Polling after finding comfortable settings. If you actually had to use their software to keep your settings, that would truly be a nightmare. On the other hand though this is no excuse for them to not at least add small buttons similar to the ones on the mx518 to change through the default DPI's.
The prototype version had buttons to change dpi, but for some reason the final version do not.
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