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post #1331 of 2283
Swapped the R's cable to a Krait cable now. Much~ better.
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The Agilent ADNS-2051 sensor is programmable to give mouse builders 400 or 800 CPI resolution, a motion rate of 14 inches per second, and frame rates up to 2,300 frames per second.

Good old 2002.
    
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post #1333 of 2283
Am I right in saying this is fake?



post #1334 of 2283
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Am I right in saying this is fake?
Based on the button looseness? Afaik my g400 was like that. Only way to find out is to open it up i guess.
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Based on the button looseness? Afaik my g400 was like that. Only way to find out is to open it up i guess.

It has real internals. My G400 has an S3095 but the G400s has an A3095 and the actual ICS has a horrible rough external texture. I bought it as 'New' from China and I'm assuming they just took old PCB's and threw them in cloned shells.
post #1336 of 2283
A3095 doesn't sound so legit, and buttons seem to be higher than usual.
but i wouldn't worry about it if the mouse/buttons feel good. do you get 4+m/s in mousetester?
Edited by Bucake - 8/28/16 at 7:02am
post #1337 of 2283
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A3095 doesn't sound so legit, and buttons seem to be higher than usual.
but i wouldn't worry about it if the mouse/buttons feel good. do you get 4+m/s in mousetester?

It works with LGS and doesn't malfunction when I use it
post #1338 of 2283
Ahhh whatever, might as well post this in here. Really bad potato phone quality pics comparing the Azurues Mini to the Ventus R. I'm using the Azu as a stand in for the Ryujin as a comparison.

For reference, the Azu compared to the Ryujin:







The front tipping on the Azu is god damn awful along with the buttons scratching each other. These two mice are really not comparable imo.

edit dammit previous post was post #1337
post #1339 of 2283
I have myself an ongoing project. Kinzu + 3360.





They line up so well yessir.gif
Edited by m0uz - 8/29/16 at 9:54am
post #1340 of 2283
Well~

Good news!

I bypassed the 4ms limit on the Ventus R. It's now 1ms aka Ikari tier.




Bad news!

I'm now getting double clicks! On a mouse that's not even a week old!

*ahem* Now it could be that when I switched the cable for a different one something changed. The double clicks happen when the buttons are pressed in a certain way.

idk anymore.
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