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I RMA'ed my DA2013, after running into things like the 'spinning issue'.

But what I also noticed is that changing the LoD in the driver seemed to make nearly no difference - or no difference at all.

I didn't measure it, really. But it felt as if the difference in LoD from setting 1/10 to setting 10/10 was nearly none existent.

I'm currently considering ordering a new DA2013 (hopefully bug-free this time), but wanted to know if you guys with properly functioning DA2013s notice a significant difference in LoD when you change the setting in Synapse.

Thanks in advance.
post #2 of 16
in your case, is that actually cheaper buying a new mouse than rma your faulty one?
btw another good way to measure ur lod is the amount of cds u put below ur mouse
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Originally Posted by maikon View Post

in your case, is that actually cheaper buying a new mouse than rma your faulty one?

And risk ending up with a mous3w with the identical flaw(s)? No thanks.
I'm assuming its a whole batch of DA2013s that have these flaws.
The vendor I purchased from is a small one. So, no reason to think they have re-stocked with a new batch since I ordered mine. I should, perhaps, have ordered from Razer itself, but I'm still not sure whether or not they have a EU-based online shop or not.

Don't you have a DA2013 btw, maikon?
Could you answer my question about the LoD?
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Seriously?
No DA2013 owners care to chime in on this? wth.gif
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I'd let you know if I could actually get Synapse to work on this PC. I can't. And I have the spinning bug too. ***. wink.gif
post #6 of 16
well before i rma my mouse deathadder 2013 i could notice the difference on the LOD when i use the synapse calibration feature.
but it wasnt significant change btw 1-6 for me.

anyway im hoping the replacement i get will be spinning free
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So you both had the spinning bug as well?
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I've had my DA2013 for a few days now. I've got 4-5 hours of gaming with it and no problems with the spinning issue - the tracking has been great for me so far. But it's still early. wink.gif

However, I do get the same as you with the lift-off setting. I've got my Goliathus Speed selected in Synapse and 1 thru 10 seems to make no difference. I hope this helps. smile.gif
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post #10 of 16
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Originally Posted by francisw19 View Post

I've had my DA2013 for a few days now. I've got 4-5 hours of gaming with it and no problems with the spinning issue - the tracking has been great for me so far. But it's still early. wink.gif

However, I do get the same as you with the lift-off setting. I've got my Goliathus Speed selected in Synapse and 1 thru 10 seems to make no difference. I hope this helps. smile.gif

That helped.
Thanks.

So, I'm now thinking that there won't be any significant difference in LoD, even if you are lucky enough to get a bug-free DA2013.
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