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post #21 of 31
Im going to need more proof im not feeling any input lag on my nvidia card with my g400s or my other version of Deathadders . Pre rendered frames on 1 is excellent on nvidia cards I never understood why they took out 0 though
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post #22 of 31
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

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"?

I didn't say that I do. But most people aren't as serious when it comes to gaming as you and me might be. And as most people don't seem to notice the accel on A9500 mice most people won't feel the smoothing as well.
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post #23 of 31
You also have to realize that your preferred hardware and settings aren't static across other computers.

Quite positive such issue isn't as perceivable on an average 60hz display.

@Roach. You're basically going to have to avoid any future revision if you're hardcore about that kind of thing.

They've been doing this for awhile, granted Razers new implementation is quite different from competitors or sensor manufacture itself. 3G and 3.5G have the same effect under synapse. Ends up being a "combination effect" due to implementation.

The most responsive variants of specific architecture are the early public releases such as A3060. They are all coded with the angle snapping algoritm, mind you.
Edited by Skylit - 6/5/13 at 10:43pm
post #24 of 31
You people are confusing.
post #25 of 31
Imo people should focus more on building up skill then getting superhardcore about hardware. The best aimer in your game can crush you with a crappy mouse but you won't crush him with the best mouse in the world.
post #26 of 31
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Imo people should focus more on building up skill then getting superhardcore about hardware. The best aimer in your game can crush you with a ****ty mouse but you won't crush him with the best mouse in the world.

exactly
post #27 of 31
And a player using an aimbot can crush the best aimer in the world with no mouse at all.
post #28 of 31
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Originally Posted by Mancubus View Post

And a player using an aimbot can crush the best aimer in the world with no mouse at all.

How is that relevant to this thread or mice in general?

The only thing I don't like about the 2013 model is the lack of rubberized coating on the top of the mouse.
post #29 of 31
All I asked was which version was better..
post #30 of 31
I found my DA 2013 to feel identical to my DA 3G at 1800dpi on each.

That being said, my DA 3G survived for 2 1/2 years of my use, and a year of use from the previous owner before a button broke. My DA 2013 is currently on its way to my house after it's second RMA.

1st RMA: Mouse Button 4 collapsed into the mouse when being used for Push to Talk.
2nd RMA: Mouse Button 2 making god awful crunching noises, sometimes registering as multiple clicks, sometimes none. It also had a ridiculously loud clicking/clunking noise coming from the mouse wheel when used as mouse wheel up.

Probably just going to sell this RMA replacement and go with a new mouse.
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