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post #11 of 31
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Originally Posted by connectwise View Post

so which one is better?

If in response to me, then of course the more accurate Deathadder (where 400 is 400, 800 is 800, 1800 is 1800 etc) is better.

I mean, it's like mph or kmh on a car. If the speedometer says 40 mph/kmh, then you'd expect it to go that said speed, and not lower like 35 mph/kmh or something.

Yay! Got a 3rd unit, another perfect Deathadder 2013! =)
Edited by Nilizum - 6/4/13 at 9:32am
post #12 of 31
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Originally Posted by Nilizum View Post

If in response to me, then of course the more accurate Deathadder (where 400 is 400, 800 is 800, 1800 is 1800 etc) is better.

I mean, it's like mph or kmh on a car. If the speedometer says 40 mph/kmh, then you'd expect it to go that said speed, and not lower like 35 mph/kmh or something.

Yay! Got a 3rd unit, another perfect Deathadder 2013! =)


How are you checking the accuracy of the DPI?
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post #13 of 31
The irony:

Deathadder 3g > Deathadder 3.5g > Deathadder 4g

If they keep going on this course, Deathadder 4.5g will explode and kill you after clicking one of it's buttons.
post #14 of 31
I'm using DeathAdder 4G and find it far superior to the previous ones.
post #15 of 31
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I'm using DeathAdder 4G and find it far superior to the previous ones.

You gotta be kidding. It has built in cursor smoothing, which gives a more laggy and less responsive cursor, albeit with less ripple, but less responsive.
post #16 of 31
To an extent, all modern sensors have revised tracking codes which aid precision @ higher CPI.

If you want raw, it's best that you look into older designs such as 3060 based mice.
post #17 of 31
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You gotta be kidding. It has built in cursor smoothing, which gives a more laggy and less responsive cursor, albeit with less ripple, but less responsive.

Your ranking is still completely personal. Because you value low input lag over everything. Like you said, in terms of jitter the new DA is actually much better than the older ones, especially the 3G. Apparently this jitter reduction comes with the smoothing so there seems to be a trade off.
I guess for most people both is completely irrelevant so you should just go with the one that feels best in your hand.
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post #18 of 31
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Your ranking is still completely personal. Because you value low input lag over everything. Like you said, in terms of jitter the new DA is actually much better than the older ones, especially the 3G. Apparently this jitter reduction comes with the smoothing so there seems to be a trade off.
I guess for most people both is completely irrelevant so you should just go with the one that feels best in your hand.

In the glory days of 1024x768 monitors and 400 DPI intellimice 1.1a, nobody was sitting around saying, whoa dudes, this mouse is just too responsive and accurate, can we get some input lag added onto this thing???

How can you consider cursor smoothing a positive "feature"?
post #19 of 31
I actually value low input lag over everything too. This is the reason why I have an AMD graphics card and not Nvidia. And I still say the DA 2013 is perfectly fine.
post #20 of 31
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I actually value low input lag over everything too. This is the reason why I have an AMD graphics card and not Nvidia. And I still say the DA 2013 is perfectly fine.

Hmm, a quick googling shows Nvidia puts in 1 frame of input lag for SLI setups, to get rid of micro-stutter. Interesting.
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