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Mouse with the best tracking in march 2013

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Deathadder 3.5g or 4g or G400 or a new laser mouse with avago 9800 sensor ?

I heard Deathadder 4g tracking sucked because she's the 1st deathadder to have the driver Synapse wich make the tracking strange/crazy or a thing like this... worriedsmiley.gif

What mouse win in tracking precision, tracking speed, perfect control and malfunction speed ? drool.gif
post #2 of 91
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I search the mouse with best the tracking in the market for replace my very cheap basic 4 years old Logitech desktop mouse totally unsuitable for a semi pro gamer use.

I play Crysis Wars in pro clan the last french pro clan in life at this old game but so awesome drool.gif

I think one day i would migrate to fps that are not accessible to any noobs like Quake 3 or Arma 2.

I love elitists and hardcore games who are inaccessible to the most people nerdsmiley.png
Edited by Frenchy - 3/17/13 at 12:16pm
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Hello french troll!

The logitech g400 currently has the best sensor on the market followed by deathadder 3.5.
post #4 of 91
Overall my Savu performs better than my DAs (both 3G and 3.5G). Better cursor stability, less jitter, almost the same max tracking speed (my DA is 4.4 m/s while Savu is 4.2 m/s, both more than enough)
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post #5 of 91
I personally prefer the DA 3.5G as the Savu's perfect control speed is highly dependent on surface. On the QcK variant it is very low, Goliathus speed (my fave pad) still skips on 180 swipes and it works perfect on the Zowie G-CM except like 1 in 100 swipes it will skip and look to the floor/sky. Something to note is that these events occur less with 500hz rather than 1000hz. My DA does not do this on any of these pads.
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I have a DA2013 (4G) on a Manticor Aluminum and the tracking is better than the Black Edition.
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Originally Posted by GridIroN View Post

I have a DA2013 (4G) on a Manticor Aluminum and the tracking is better than the Black Edition.

I believe the tracking on the 4G is imprecise compared to the 3.5G with the legacy drivers as the recalculation in Synapse is imprecise. Compare the BE with legacy drivers then Synapse then you will know what I mean.
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I believe the tracking on the 4G is imprecise compared to the 3.5G with the legacy drivers as the recalculation in Synapse is imprecise. Compare the BE with legacy drivers then Synapse then you will know what I mean.

Strange. I find the legacy drivers horrible and imprecise. Like trying to use my mouse with Parkinson's disease: it's actually TOO accurate/raw 1:1. I played with the DPS for like an hour and none of them felt good. Either too fast or slow and dragging.
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The logitech g400 currently has the best sensor on the market followed by deathadder 3.5.
Are you 100% sure ? Can someone can confirm this info ?

At worst I would order both on amazon.fr but I fear that it is counterfeit.

Holographic symbols and secret code giving access to a hidden part of the official website builders are good at screw my security against counterfeiting.
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I believe the tracking on the 4G is imprecise compared to the 3.5G with the legacy drivers as the recalculation in Synapse is imprecise. Compare the BE with legacy drivers then Synapse then you will know what I mean.

I think that new not dedicaced "global mice" software software is not at all a good thing.

The best would be a mouse driver that works perfectly without any risk for tracking alterations in this point the G400 wins thumb.gif

I also read a lot of praise about the Zowie EC Evo for their tracking quality (customized lens) but i think it may be a little worse than the G400, DA 3,5g and Roccat Savu...
Edited by Frenchy - 3/17/13 at 1:52pm
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Strange. I find the legacy drivers horrible and imprecise. Like trying to use my mouse with Parkinson's disease: it's actually TOO accurate/raw 1:1. I played with the DPS for like an hour and none of them felt good. Either too fast or slow and dragging.

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