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post #1981 of 2197
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Originally Posted by bobsaget View Post

Just go for the settings you're the most comfortable with.

I have been using the two settings you described in cs: go and other games. I can't feel any jitter at 2300 dpi nor the latency at 1150 dpi IG even if some advanced tests can prove both exist.

I have a preference for 1150 dpi /1.0 sensitivy in cs go / raw input / 6/11 in windows though. But it's more a "feeling" and personal thing, nothing related to the issues you describe.

I did some aim map in CSGO with 1150 and 1.0 and can't tell any difference between it and 2300 at 0.5. If there is enough jitter to make a difference in my play at 2300, I don't notice it. If there is some mystery lag at 1150, I don't notice it. I am #1 this month in kills and FPR on aim map on esea so it can't be that bad. I was #3 last month so I'm not terrible at aiming. I notice none of the lag issues certain people have made claims about.
post #1982 of 2197
No jitter or smoothing in my tests either on sensitivity 1.0 and DPI 450.
post #1983 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Makav3li View Post

I did some aim map in CSGO with 1150 and 1.0 and can't tell any difference between it and 2300 at 0.5. If there is enough jitter to make a difference in my play at 2300, I don't notice it. If there is some mystery lag at 1150, I don't notice it. I am #1 this month in kills and FPR on aim map on esea so it can't be that bad. I was #3 last month so I'm not terrible at aiming. I notice none of the lag issues certain people have made claims about.

You might as well just use 2300, really. It's only going to give you more granularity and a more raw feel. Jitter isn't a problem on my FK either, especially at the sens I play on.
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I have been using the FK on only a roccat Taito cloth pad for a month+ now. The stock feet on the FK was super smooth initially. The glide on it with my cloth pad was a bit too smooth but nice. This lasted for maybe 4-5 days of medium usage, and I started to notice drag. I flipped the mouse over and under direct lighting, the feet were clearly scratched. The super smooth outer layer of the feet was gone. I swapped them out for the spare set that came with the mouse and same thing happened.
I brought 2 sets of Tiger mouse feet from takasta on eBay and it was superb. Smooth and controllable glide. Using for close to a month now and it has the same glide from day 1.

Using the FK 2014 btw.
post #1985 of 2197
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

You might as well just use 2300, really. It's only going to give you more granularity and a more raw feel. Jitter isn't a problem on my FK either, especially at the sens I play on.

I know it sounds wierd. But on source games like titanfall and CS, I highly prefer to play on 450 DPI over 1150 and 2300. I have tested back and forth on multiple sessions.
post #1986 of 2197
All modern Zowie mice (except Mico) have the same sensor and switches, but differ in form and surface materials, do I understand that right?
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post #1987 of 2197
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All modern Zowie mice (except Mico) have the same sensor and switches, but differ in form and surface materials, do I understand that right?

Yes, that's it.
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post #1988 of 2197
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Originally Posted by wein07 View Post

I have been using the FK on only a roccat Taito cloth pad for a month+ now. The stock feet on the FK was super smooth initially. The glide on it with my cloth pad was a bit too smooth but nice. This lasted for maybe 4-5 days of medium usage, and I started to notice drag. I flipped the mouse over and under direct lighting, the feet were clearly scratched. The super smooth outer layer of the feet was gone. I swapped them out for the spare set that came with the mouse and same thing happened.
I brought 2 sets of Tiger mouse feet from takasta on eBay and it was superb. Smooth and controllable glide. Using for close to a month now and it has the same glide from day 1.

Using the FK 2014 btw.

There must be something wrong with your mousepad. That doesn't sound right.
post #1989 of 2197
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There must be something wrong with your mousepad. That doesn't sound right.

Doubt it. I've been using the same mousepad for over 4 years with my steelseries kinzu after replacing it with hyperglides from day1.
post #1990 of 2197
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Originally Posted by wein07 View Post

Doubt it. I've been using the same mousepad for over 4 years with my steelseries kinzu after replacing it with hyperglides from day1.
Apparently your mousepad has turned into a piece of sandpaper from all the dust that have landed on it over the four years its been used.
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