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Steelseries Kinzu_v1, how much positive acceleration?

post #1 of 5
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I am curious as to how much positive accel the kinzu V1 has.

Some players have moved on to other mice, but prefer the acceleration of the kinzu v1 and would like to attempt to replicate it.

Did anyone do any stringent tests or anything that could shed some light on this?

I assume the accel is produced by the sensor registering more counts as speed increases. Is this a linear progression? A curve?
post #2 of 5
I'm not sure how can you reproduce that amount of hardware accel but I made this mistake: Had 1.10 driver/fw and my mouse had accel and prediction it was OK, and I installed 1.07 driver/fw and my mouse does not have prediction now.. and it almost feels like it has no precision aswell. I can't make it draw straight lines in paint, and I liked it that way before.
post #3 of 5
The mouse shipped better than what the driver updated with.

The tracking code for the sensor is just screwed in general.
post #4 of 5
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What about max's outerspace ips logger, would this be a useful utility to try and mine this information?
post #5 of 5
Heh, i don't know how good you are at transforming/processing data collected by this kind of programs but i have an idea.
You have to tape(or use something else to attach them together) kinzu to other mouse without acceleration. You probably gonna need two PC's to get two separate sets of data for each mouse. Then with some math/IT skills you should be able to get desired accel curve.
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