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post #61 of 91
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I still doubt you could just say "this mouse here always tracks the best" when you are talking about a bunch of better-quality mice, so in that sense they're the same IMO

They are not the same still. They are all good, but differ slightly in certain aspects. Roccat Savu has the nicest cursor but only up to 800 dpi, Deathadder performs better at dpi >800 but has some minor jitter etc.

But only hardcore enthusiasts might be able to differentiate all these little thing, so generally you should just pick the one that suits your grip best. Between those mice that perform great generally this is the most important aspect.
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They are not the same still. They are all good, but differ slightly in certain aspects. Roccat Savu has the nicest cursor but only up to 800 dpi, Deathadder performs better at dpi >800 but has some minor jitter etc.

But only hardcore enthusiasts might be able to differentiate all these little thing, so generally you should just pick the one that suits your grip best. Between those mice that perform great generally this is the most important aspect.
I give in smile.gif Sure stuff works a little differently with so many factors affecting performance, but as you said most people wouldn't notice any differences. I doubt I would. You can also get used to such minor differences so picking one model shouldn't hinder your performance in practice...
post #63 of 91
If I wanted to get 1 of the mice talked about in this thread, what would you guys recommend? I game heavily and the mouse I'm using right now is the WMO, which I have been using for almost 15 years. I have never used any other mouse in my life. I was thinking about the ec2 evo but I heard a lot of bad comments about it's switches not doing consistent. A lot of comments on this thread saying roccat savu is the best so I assume I should get a roccat savu.

I have tried the razer naga before which is basically the same thing as a razer deathadder right? I hate everything about that mice especially the shape. I have small hands.
post #64 of 91
To answers OP question the 'sleeper' Roccat Savu.

Once everyone else figures out what some of us know. Problem is its not the mouse for everyone. Specifics for right handed, mid-size ergo.

Best tracking mouse is subjectional to user being able to handle the mouse. So even if the tracking is superb wont be the best suited for everyone.
     
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If I wanted to get 1 of the mice talked about in this thread, what would you guys recommend? I game heavily and the mouse I'm using right now is the WMO, which I have been using for almost 15 years. I have never used any other mouse in my life. I was thinking about the ec2 evo but I heard a lot of bad comments about it's switches not doing consistent. A lot of comments on this thread saying roccat savu is the best so I assume I should get a roccat savu.

I have tried the razer naga before which is basically the same thing as a razer deathadder right? I hate everything about that mice especially the shape. I have small hands.
Just go with what looks the most comfy.

My EC1 has served me well for quite some time, Zowie is a good manufacturer. So I wouldn't rule EC2 out just because somebody might have had some problems...
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Deathadder, Savu or G400. To determine the absolute best, it would require some proper testing imo but I think we can all agree on the fact that (software aside) these mice their raw performance is in a league of their own compared to any other.
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post #67 of 91
Even if you were to take objective testing to the limit, it would be impossible to determine a best.. outside of subjectivity tongue.gif

-Savu is a hit and miss on popular cloth pads in terms of IPS speeds. Cursor precision on the other hand is very very good, if not the best I've used when paired on Goli speed.
-Deathadder 3.5G was middle ground in in terms of cursor stability and speed. I didn't have a 4G long enough to give a synopsis.
-G400, while the cheapest of the bunch offers or offered good value in terms of cursor to price ratio. Compatibility and characteristics with trade off vs the other two mice equipped with IR led's.
Edited by Skylit - 4/13/13 at 8:29pm
post #68 of 91
Is it possible the 2013 DeathAdder has a different frame rate that makes the mouse feel "smoother" than earlier sensors? Or is it simply because everything is done on the MCU? Maybe people need to try the mouse on non dark mouse pads.

I don't think IR is any better than non IR. At least if you stay with a standard lens. Certain surfaces will benefit from one or the other. I would probably choose a LED on the edge of the sensor's responsivity with consideration of LOD and performance.
post #69 of 91
Always a possibility, though try a 3.5G with synapse conversion (very smooth). It isn't typical MCU interpolation.

Razer did something rather unique here, I just don't know what. The 3500 CPI resolution is being scaled down in 100 increments with rather good precision done on software level. 4G may be different. I dont know.

And bout IR vs Others. There will always be trade offs based on surfacing. From what I've seen, IR can cover more non traditional surfaces without a dedicated mouse pad, though again, there will be situations where an alternative color would be superior.
Edited by Skylit - 4/14/13 at 8:40am
post #70 of 91
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OP (me) is back !
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To answers OP question the 'sleeper' Roccat Savu.

Sorry for the "sleeping" tongue.gif

I have a lot of other passions that mice gamer like hifi right now I want a higend pc speackers with subwoofer to replace my old logitech 2.1 x230:rolleyes:

I hesitate a huge between ccreative t6 and creative focal xs i make a topic in ovcn audio section i think ...

In addition to my games online crysis wars I hesitate between brown cherry and black cherry switches :end off topic: biggrin.gif


I saw that the debate has moved on but still not a real winner but this is the result of my reserch in term of sensor specs (sorry it's in french but easily understandable in english) :




G400 3600 dpi
Traitement de l'image : 5,8 mégapixels/seconde
Accélération max: 25G*
Vitesse max : 27.5 à 177.79 cm/seconde*
DA BE 3500 dpi
Traitement de l'image : 5.8 megapixels/seconde, 6400 frames par seconde
Accélération max : 15 G d'accélération
Vitesse max : 177,79 à 355,5 cm par seconde / 70 à 140 pouces par seconde
DA 4G 2013 6 400 dpi
Traitement de l'image :
Accélération max : 50 G
Vitesse max : 507 cm par seconde / 199.60 pouces par seconde
Roccat Savu 4000 dpi
Traitement de l'image :
Accélération max: 20 G d'accélération
Vitesse max : 152 cm par seconde / 59.84 pouces par seconde
SteelSeries Sensei MLG Edition 8201 dpi
Traitement de l'image : 10.8 megapixels/seconde, 12 000 frames par seconde
Accélération max : 30 G d'accélération
Vitesse max : 381 cm par seconde / 150 pouces par seconde


I think the last deathadder has changed a lot in term of pure figure specs It should again be compared with the Savu to be on because the accel level (g) it has surpassed g400 had better spec and now exceeds the recent high-end laser mouse as sensei mgl edition.

The deathadder 2013 did he the best tracking in term of precision in all-time mice ?? Tell me fellow overclockers. tongue.gif
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