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To improve the compatibility you would sacrifice LOD (it would get higher). Not sure whats the better way.
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Not quite.

Selective issue. Varies with manufacturer hardware and firmware.

Think so to, from all of my testing the Savu performed the best out of all the 3090 mice I've owned up until now but it's the only one showing such extreme differences between several mousepads.

Say... is there any way to paint cloth tongue.gif (time for a white finish)
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post #83 of 114
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Not quite.

Selective issue. Varies with manufacturer hardware and firmware.

Are there any 3090 mice on the market that don't have this issue? All the major ones that come to mind have it but I guess that has to due with the manufactures/firmware.
post #84 of 114
Got this mouse. Love the tracking than Deathadder.
Only one issue is hitting malfunction speed on medium speed.
I think its my multicoloured Qpad CT.

Any suggestion for best mousepad ? (pref cloth)
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Got this mouse. Love the tracking than Deathadder.
Only one issue is hitting malfunction speed on medium speed.
I think its my multicoloured Qpad CT.

Any suggestion for best mousepad ? (pref cloth)
I saw reports of the PureTrak Talent being one. Please, will someone confirm this?

Also, which DeathAdder did you use?
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I saw reports of the PureTrak Talent being one. Please, will someone confirm this?

Also, which DeathAdder did you use?

Talent was fine for me. Malfunctioned a bit earlier than on my NP+ but still something >4m/s.
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Thank you for reply. I will try to get hold of Np+
I have all deathadders biggrin.gif 3G 3.5G 4G
post #88 of 114
i am interesting to buy it.
i will use it for windows and Linux too.

this mouse have any problem(mechanic or with software)?
i have g500 with double click problem and i don't want to meet it again mad.gif
thank you smile.gif
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i am interesting to buy it.
i will use it for windows and Linux too.

this mouse have any problem(mechanic or with software)?
i have g500 with double click problem and i don't want to meet it again mad.gif
thank you smile.gif

Hi gmathiu4. I see it's your first post on OCN. Welcome aboard. smile.gif

I've not used it on Linux but its software works fine on Windows. Easy to use and intuitive.

The mechanics of the mouse is one little sturdy well built (especially scroll wheel) mouse. The sensor is flawless at 400 / 800 DPI. The shell is subjective to the size of ones hand. Small to mid size hands have no problems with this mouse. Larger hands seem to complain about thier pinky being left out and fatigue after long hours of use.

This mouse has been so good, I bought a second for my other rig and have stopped looking at any other mice being so content with this one. Gaming mainly FPS has been very accurate feel no matter how quick the range of motion including swiping I do. It makes for a great finger or claw grip mouse and small hands can even palm it. I've got medium hands and find no problem with the occasional rest of entire hand on it. Have not had any pinky issues.

Easy to config DPI switching with the easy+shift options. Software allows for many variables you can customize. Good luck on your mouse choice. thumb.gif
     
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Hi gmathiu4. I see it's your first post on OCN. Welcome aboard. smile.gif

I've not used it on Linux but its software works fine on Windows. Easy to use and intuitive.

The mechanics of the mouse is one little sturdy well built (especially scroll wheel) mouse. The sensor is flawless at 400 / 800 DPI. The shell is subjective to the size of ones hand. Small to mid size hands have no problems with this mouse. Larger hands seem to complain about thier pinky being left out and fatigue after long hours of use.

This mouse has been so good, I bought a second for my other rig and have stopped looking at any other mice being so content with this one. Gaming mainly FPS has been very accurate feel no matter how quick the range of motion including swiping I do. It makes for a great finger or claw grip mouse and small hands can even palm it. I've got medium hands and find no problem with the occasional rest of entire hand on it. Have not had any pinky issues.

Easy to config DPI switching with the easy+shift options. Software allows for many variables you can customize. Good luck on your mouse choice. thumb.gif

thank u for your quick reply smile.gif
i usually use the sensor at 800/1200 dpi wiil i have any problem in this level?
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