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Deathadder 4G + Roccat savu. if they don't fit you, just kill me.

If you do so, please use this for the pun

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Rofl I'll take your word biggrin.gif

I thought I read yet above the Deathadder 3.5g was a more accurate tracking of its dedicated driver not like the new redface.gif

In terms of accuracy and quality of tracking my ranking here :

Roccat Savu > Deathadder 3,5g or Black Edition > Logitech G400 > Deathadder 4G (because driver Synapse who corrupt the calculation tracking)

Do you agree with my final ranking because I can not make up my mind and I do not want to buy these 4 mice at the same time tongue.gif

Yep in terms of tracking quality, the presicion of your movements the savu will be the best.
Then I would rank DA 3.5 over a hard pad, on cloth there'll be a minor to non-existent jitter that mortals like you would not notice.
Third place DA 4 if placed on cloth/hard and second place if DA 3.5 placed on cloth.
Last but not least the G400.

The tracking quality is something that you have to be extremely picky to understand and feel. It's like tasting wine with your nose (I never understood those guys but they are a good example).
Edited by vss vintorez - 3/18/13 at 10:26am
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If you do so, please use this for the pun


You got me this time.
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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.
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...

A lot of this stuff is subjective, the best solution is to go pick a couple of the most recommended mice and just try them out. If you live near a Fry's they have a very open return policy and allow you to return items for any reason. Or just buy the mice. I have a G5 which I like pretty well but after reading this thread I just bought a G400, only $29.99 on Amazon.
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A lot of this stuff is subjective, the best solution is to go pick a couple of the most recommended mice and just try them out. If you live near a Fry's they have a very open return policy and allow you to return items for any reason. Or just buy the mice. I have a G5 which I like pretty well but after reading this thread I just bought a G400, only $29.99 on Amazon.

Tracking quality is not subjective. Shape is subjective.
post #26 of 91
Yes, but we don't have any standardized tests to measure tracking quality totally objectively. Moreover it is surface dependent, more or less wink.gif . There also mice like abyssus in which it is a lottery.
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There also mice like abyssus in which it is a lottery.

I think that's not a lottery, but you need an appropriate surface for it. Abyssus is fine on certain pads but terrible on others. See here for a test on my pads. It's good on NP+ and HeatoN, worse on Talent and terrible on UC/Qck+. Qck+ is without pictures, but same results as UC pretty much.
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post #28 of 91
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Yep in terms of tracking quality, the presicion of your movements the savu will be the best.
Then I would rank DA 3.5 over a hard pad, on cloth there'll be a minor to non-existent jitter that mortals like you would not notice.
Third place DA 4 if placed on cloth/hard and second place if DA 3.5 placed on cloth.
Last but not least the G400.

The tracking quality is something that you have to be extremely picky to understand and feel. It's like tasting wine with your nose (I never understood those guys but they are a good example).

Really Love this sentence

"The tracking quality is something that you have to be extremely picky to understand and feel. It's like tasting wine with your nose (I never understood those guys but they are a good example)."

its really tells how I feel my cursor on my screen, Razer Deathadder felt alien like for me not from this planet really weird cursor control.
My savu feels right at home, and when I use my zowie FK I am right in between.
I am guessing you have to be a intensive gamer or pc user to notice this difference but I really notice them very good.

Savu is class at the moment.
I am lucky that the shape suits my grip and handsize.
post #29 of 91
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Originally Posted by vss vintorez View Post

Yep in terms of tracking quality, the presicion of your movements the savu will be the best.
Then I would rank DA 3.5 over a hard pad, on cloth there'll be a minor to non-existent jitter that mortals like you would not notice.
Third place DA 4 if placed on cloth/hard and second place if DA 3.5 placed on cloth.
Last but not least the G400.

The tracking quality is something that you have to be extremely picky to understand and feel. It's like tasting wine with your nose (I never understood those guys but they are a good example).

I agree with your perception. G400 is a little off, though feels better to me in terms of response at 800 DPI (Compared to 4G Deathadder). Mere trade off.

My Surface is a Goliathus Speed. All mice 1khz.
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Originally Posted by AquaSurfer View Post

Yes, but we don't have any standardized tests to measure tracking quality totally objectively. Moreover it is surface dependent, more or less wink.gif . There also mice like abyssus in which it is a lottery.

Yeah, I don't think you can standardize such. Even if users had the same surface, there are simply too many variables to consider for full on accuracy.

Testing would require a specific criteria down to the actual USB controller.
Edited by Skylit - 3/19/13 at 10:14am
post #30 of 91
I like G400 tracking more than DA 3.5, mainly because of lower LOD on my mousepad.

I know it's not about tracking, but you should check this test: http://rafaut.blog46.fc2.com/blog-entry-114.html. I don't know if all copies of a model behave the same, even firmware version alters test results.
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