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IMO, its the only logical thing, i thought of this already but idk a way to prove it, the native steps could also be 1800/3500/6400, but at the moment everything is pure speculation.
Just think about the 3.5G where synapse does all the calculating, it could be the same with the 2k13 just with better implementation, tough i dont see the point in software calculating instead of the usual /2, /4, via MCU.

 

I certainly don't believe theres multiple native values within reason.

 

As much as I don't want to rely on Enotus for a better lack of credibility, theres usually a variance in speed when swapping between alternative configured steps.  This isn't really the case with any Deathadder via synapse implementation.  The 3.5G for example is pegged at around 80 IPS (Razer Goliathus speed) paired with any value, be it 100-3500. (1000hz is still broken >_>)

 

I asked if anyone had a 3G here because I wanted to see if the original 1800 CPI SROM differed in anyway. Unfortunately, my test subjects were busy with school and I never really got a solid answer.  If anyone wants to "test" this, go for it. 

 

Software typically tells the MCU what to calculate.  6400/4 or 0.250 = 1600 6400/8 or 0.125 = 800  6400/16 or 0.0625 = 400.  etc....   Goes in fairly evenly to common steps.

 

 

Ofc, this is all speculation on my part~   Theres more, but I'll leave that out until the time is right.

 

Edit: For the 99% of the population, this solution is the most logical on Razers part. The mainstream market embraces customization regardless of minor side effects.


Edited by Skylit - 12/25/12 at 1:15pm
post #112 of 345
I say the safest route to go is with the 3.5g I have the 2013 but I rather use the window slide than synpase i find it weird how it works with every razer mouse when you connect it. Hopefully razer dont remove the legacy Drivers.
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I just got the Deathadder 2013 and the sensor tracks smoother than my old DA:BE. It also feels really solid and the materials used is really nice. Its also a bit lighter! Only issue I have is that mine is currently bricked...when i plug it in it worksfine for a bit but after a minute or so the lghts stop pulsing and the mouse disconnects...i may have to return it. if it works its a great upgrade! A sturdier mouse with the same if not better sensor! I use 400 dpi and 500ghz
post #114 of 345
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I just got the Deathadder 2013 and the sensor tracks smoother than my old DA:BE. It also feels really solid and the materials used is really nice. Its also a bit lighter! Only issue I have is that mine is currently bricked...when i plug it in it worksfine for a bit but after a minute or so the lghts stop pulsing and the mouse disconnects...i may have to return it. if it works its a great upgrade! A sturdier mouse with the same if not better sensor! I use 400 dpi and 500ghz
does it give you bug that makes your character look up in the air or something im getting that alot
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These things looks so cheap for some reason.

I will stick with the top end Logitech gaming stuff but nice review.
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post #116 of 345
@nlmiller
The mouse has made me look down and turn in circles before like 3 times haha. It might be the mousepad configuration but if it makes your mouse spiral then idunno
post #117 of 345
I am two days into testing the DA 2013, no 360 spin bug present. I am using a Razer Goliathus Speed Extended for my mousepad. So far the tracking is definitely superior to my DA 3.5G in terms of smoothness and ability to keep up with very fast swipes in one direction then back the other right afterward.
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I certainly don't believe theres multiple native values within reason.

As much as I don't want to rely on Enotus for a better lack of credibility, theres usually a variance in speed when swapping between alternative configured steps.  This isn't really the case with any Deathadder via synapse implementation.  The 3.5G for example is pegged at around 80 IPS (Razer Goliathus speed) paired with any value, be it 100-3500. (1000hz is still broken >_>)

I asked if anyone had a 3G here because I wanted to see if the original 1800 CPI SROM differed in anyway. Unfortunately, my test subjects were busy with school and I never really got a solid answer.  If anyone wants to "test" this, go for it. 

Software typically tells the MCU what to calculate.  6400/4 or 0.250 = 1600 6400/8 or 0.125 = 800  6400/16 or 0.0625 = 400.  etc....   Goes in fairly evenly to common steps.


Ofc, this is all speculation on my part~   Theres more, but I'll leave that out until the time is right.

Edit: For the 99% of the population, this solution is the most logical on Razers part. The mainstream market embraces customization regardless of minor side effects.

I have a original DA 3G. Not sure what you want tested though biggrin.gif
post #119 of 345
I'm beginning to wonder if my DA is "defective". Both M1 and M2 on my 4G DA are so easy to press it's almost a joke. I thought I was just going insane, but I pulled out my 3G DA and my 3.5G DA and both require far more pressure to actuate M1 and M2. I had actually complained that the 3.5G DA's switches were a little soft, but coming back from a 4G DA they feel absolutely fine now.

Maybe I'm just too picky, but I've been accidentally clicking even just browsing the web. More than likely going to try and exchange, see if that does anything. Anybody else having issues with this?
post #120 of 345
My 2 DA 3Gs have stupid easy mousebuttons to press down, atleast the right mousebutton on both mice (1 DA 3G original and 1 DA 3G Guild Wars edition).
That was the 1 thing I did not really like on DA, way to easy to tap. If the 4g is even lighter Ill avoid that mouse biggrin.gif

I got this weird habbit of tapping my mousebuttons while I do nothing, but DA is the only mouse that actually press the button down ;>
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