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Has anyone confirmed the DeathAdder 2013 native DPI and Steps?

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I've been googling and digging in threads here, but have not been able to find confirmation.

I assume the 2013 native DPI is 1800 since that's what it plugs in at, but are there any other steps that aren't calculated or interpolated?

I'd really like it 900 or under, but want to be sure the mouse will function properly.
Edited by pigmY - 5/14/13 at 2:29pm
post #2 of 18
only one people know so far is the 6400 dpi step that it
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post #3 of 18
I assume its native steps are quotients of 6400 dpi and 6400 itself. So probably 3200, 1600, and maybe 800 and 400 and probably other combinations between 800(?) and 6400 depending on what the smallest native dpi step really is.

And yes I'd also assume that the default 1800 dpi isn't native but they chose it nonetheless because all the earlier deathadders had this step. I mean Razer really isn't a company to really care that much about accuracy... just look at what they did with their PTE mice. If they would, they wouldn't implement interpolated DPI settings in the first place, which actually just gives them another feature they can use for marketing purposes. A rant I know, but you know it's true. rolleyes.gif
Edited by MONVMENTVM - 5/14/13 at 2:45pm
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I'd also like to know if the talk about input lag is really true. It probably is, but on the other hand I've seen nobody exactly say they've thoroughly tested it and established it really is there for certain.
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I'd also like to know if the talk about input lag is really true. It probably is, but on the other hand I've seen nobody exactly say they've thoroughly tested it and established it really is there for certain.

I didn't want to buy another DeathAdder just to test that. If I loved the shape I would have.
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I didn't want to buy another DeathAdder just to test that. If I loved the shape I would have.
Yeah, especially considering the offensive pricing... They went for a worse direction with the new model anyway, I know I won't like those heavily textured rubber sides, and abandoning the oh-so-sticky top shell coating was a bad call too, IMO. And braided wires are... meh.
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I think my deathadder has a built in aimbot, I stop using it for a while and when I pick it back up I get more kills in fps games than with any other mouse. What's weird is that I don't even like the shape that much, so why I have better aim with it than with my other mice is a mystery to me. frown.gif
post #8 of 18
I have the 2013, you can turn it right the way down to 100, in steps of 100
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I have the 2013, you can turn it right the way down to 100, in steps of 100

Very likely interpolated steps. The OP's question was about the native steps.
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Very likely interpolated steps. The OP's question was about the native steps.

Ah, my bad
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