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post #871 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I didn't experience any pronounced trouble with pixel walk...? Feels like any other mouse I used recently.

I agree. I didn't notice anything. Maybe people are testing that with the mouse touching the surface. Of course when you have static friction you will think you are moving the mouse when you are actually not. Also they may be using a really dark surface... Now if you are using the "450" setting you may actually be experiencing latency from the scaling of the native step which is 1800/2300. This is why I use the "2300" step.
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post #872 of 2197
I'm fine even on the 450 step on a black mat, but I only have a 60 Hz screen, so that might be why. 2300 on the other hand felt to jittery at times ( not that much on the dark pad, but on the talent it was jitter hell)
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post #873 of 2197
Okay, thank you all.
post #874 of 2197
Had to switch back to my Sensei, the shape of this FK is unbearable for me. It forced my hand into an awkward position and the mouse 1/2 finger imprint buttons are annoying as hell. And by forcing my hand into an awkward position I literally mean I couldn't do a 360 straight without moving my mouse on an angle. It's also made for a chinese girl it's that tiny
post #875 of 2197
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Originally Posted by jr92 View Post

It's also made for a chinese girl it's that tiny

http://www.overclock.net/t/1351759/zowie-fk/580_20#post_19898794
post #876 of 2197
I've find the mouse to be too fast on my QCK+ and hard to control... Could you recommend any other (large and cloth) mousepad? I've been thinking about Zowie G-TF, Zowie G-CM and SS NP+. How do these compare to QCK+ in terms of speed? Please don't even bother with the Supermat. Also Artisan is not available where I live.
post #877 of 2197
Does the FK really have pixel walk or input lag at 450 dpi?

I'm pretty sensitive to lag, I can feel the difference between my 120hz acer GD235HZ that has 1 frame of lag and my CRT/BenQ xl2420t

I also play with 450 dpi/2.25 sensitivity(idtech) on a qck+ heavy

don't feel any lag between my deathadder/wmo/g400 and I use hidfusb to keep my polling rate at 500hz (the polling rate is inconsistent if I don't force 500hz)
post #878 of 2197
Does the FK really have pixel walk or input lag at 450 dpi?

I'm pretty sensitive to lag, I can feel the difference between my 120hz acer GD235HZ that has 1 frame of lag and my CRT/BenQ xl2420t

I also play with 450 dpi/2.25 sensitivity(idtech) on a qck+ heavy

don't feel any lag between my deathadder/wmo/g400 and I use hidfusb to keep my polling rate at 500hz (the polling rate is inconsistent if I don't force 500hz)

And I have some d2f-01f or 7n switches I could solder into this mouse, would it make it too light? it seems like they modified the shell to make the huano switches feel lighter and it might be too light for omrons
post #879 of 2197
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I've find the mouse to be too fast on my QCK+ and hard to control... Could you recommend any other (large and cloth) mousepad? I've been thinking about Zowie G-TF, Zowie G-CM and SS NP+. How do these compare to QCK+ in terms of speed? Please don't even bother with the Supermat. Also Artisan is not available where I live.

Steelseries NP+ is more of a control mat with a rough surface. I love it for that good control. But it is discontinued, so you might have trouble finding one.
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post #880 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Raise View Post

I disagree with a wider/taller FK. I prefer a claw grip and this thing is 100x more comfortable than my Deathadder and G500. I'm 5'11" so I have average-sized hands and they have never even felt the slightest bit cramped on this mouse.

Agreed. Some people state things like "it's narrow enough to cramp the hand" , but everyone has a different anatomy and a different way they like to hold the mouse. These kind of general statements should be taken with a grain of salt. At the very most, you can say that it is not comfortable for a lot of people. Though the feedback I have seen of the FK has been way more positive (regarding shape) than that of the AM.

I am a large guy with large hands, and I actually prefer smaller mice. I really like the shape of the Sensei, but that of the FK also works well for me. Mice I do not like shape-wise are the Deathadder or the Logitech G-series mice. Just goes to show that there is no such thing as one size fits all when it comes to mice.
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