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A4Tech XL-740K a6010 laser mouse has 2.7m/s PCS

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Decided to fix cord on my old a4tech xl-740 and was pleasantly surprized that is has pcs of ~2.7m/s at 800dpi, 1000hz, moderate amount of prediction, no accel and no jitter on cloth a4tech mp500 pad


after ~2.4-2.7m is skips, but its completly fine for my 30cm/360 sensitivity.

Is this normal?
I heard that they have ~1.3m/s max pcs then huge negative acceleration and malfunction.

Also my cm/360 sens seems 5-10 degrees smaller with 400dpi step

Tested all a6010 native dpi steps,
on less used places of the pad results seem a little higher


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Edited by Berserker1 - 5/11/13 at 10:23am
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What about 400 DPI? wink.gif

A lot of the inconsistency came from early testing of hardware. Specially, mice tested at maximum resolution opposed to lower registries.

Example: http://www.esreality.com/?a=longpost&id=1265679&page=17

G5 @ 2000 DPI. If tested at lower resolution, results would likely be closer to your a4tech.

Edit: The Logitech driver used to scale from max resolution as well, also creating inconsistency.
Edited by Skylit - 5/10/13 at 9:12pm
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Decided to fix cord on my old a4tech xl-740 and was pleasantly surprized that is has pcs of 2.4m/s at 800dpi, 1000hz, moderate amount of prediction, no accel and no jitter on cloth a4tech mp500 pad



after 2.4m is skips, but its completly fine for my 30cm/360 sensitivity.

Is this normal?
I heard that they have ~1.3m/s max pcs then huge negative acceleration and malfunction.

I can confirm this is both correct and accurate. Have myself an sharkoon fireglider (lower quality a4tech oem product), with the same internals (all but the damn buttons), Qutie low prediction, about 2.4 m/s of speed (if enotus isn't lying.
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But perfect control is low isn't it?

Just tested the Sharkoon in game, can't make it skip.
Edited by Jalal - 5/11/13 at 6:23am
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What about 400 DPI? wink.gif

edited 1st post with 400 dpi results
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But perfect control is low isn't it?

Just tested the Sharkoon in game, can't make it skip.


pcs isn't low, 2.5-2.7m/s is enough for everyone except low sens gamers
also I cant catch when negative acceleration kicks in, it just malfunctions when moved too fast
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Wait, enotus is saying the mouse would stop tracking at that speed. PC means it just doesn't cause any negative acceleration, and that is lower than what enotus is showing, isn't it?
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Wait, enotus is saying the mouse would stop tracking at that speed. PC means it just doesn't cause any negative acceleration, and that is lower than what enotus is showing, isn't it?

You confused it with malfunction speed.
Perfect control speed means that there is no negative acceleration and mouse is moving correctly where it should.

So its 1:1 movement untill 2.7m/s, then it malfunctions. On this mouse there is no noticeable gap between when negative accel starts and malfunction. Its on the same speed.
another example: on my Azurues mini it tracks till 2.3m/s(as enotus shows) then I get negative acceleration, but I cant make it malfunction.

Enotus doesn't measure until sensor malfunctions, it measures until negative acceleration kicks in.
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So it's really that way.

Well, then I am very surprised. Didn't know I had such a mouse. smile.gif
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If negative acceleration is gradual instead of a platue etonus can't tell the difference, and I'm pretty sure that's how this sensor is.
    
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