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post #661 of 685
Hey guys. Does anyone know how the Asus rog gladius does on that clicklag chart (at its 2000hz polling rate if it matters). Thanks.
post #662 of 685
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Originally Posted by enderwigginn View Post

at its 2000hz polling rate if it matters
it is not matters, because no 2000hz polling rate wink.gif
post #663 of 685
Haha I have the mouse (asus rog gladius) and at least it says I am polling at 2000hz.I just suck at doing those clicklag tests.
post #664 of 685
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Originally Posted by enderwigginn View Post

it says
This is right. But does not _do_.
post #665 of 685
So after going through this whole thread. Click Latency and Debounce latency are two different things?

If so, what is considered good for each for a gaming mouse? From what I read is it having the Debounce latency too low can cause double clicks (like one of my friends Razer Deathadder now double clicks)?
post #666 of 685
debounce latency is the portion added by filtering

click latency is the number you get from adding debounce latency to all other effects on button input latency

>If so, what is considered good for each for a gaming mouse?

I see people being ok with sub-10ms total click latency. if you see 20 or higher, the mouse just feels bad to use. lower is always better of course, and 5ms might be significantly better than 10ms depending on the person.
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Oh I see how it is Asus. You only add it (Adjustable Button Response) when you feel like it lol. The overcompensating feature bomb mouse gets the feature, but not the Gladius or Sica.

Whatever, it's still inferior in every way compared to the G900.
post #668 of 685
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post



Oh I see how it is Asus. You only add it (Adjustable Button Response) when you feel like it lol. The overcompensating feature bomb mouse gets the feature, but not the Gladius or Sica.

Whatever, it's still inferior in every way compared to the G900.

Well you can still only adjust it between somewhat decent and absolutely terrible. I guess it is better than being stuck with fairly terrible though.
post #669 of 685
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

Well you can still only adjust it between somewhat decent and absolutely terrible. I guess it is better than being stuck with fairly terrible though.

It's even worse when compared to the values allowed in the TT Esports driver software for their upcoming mice(starting with the recent level 10m advance release).
4ms to 32ms.
post #670 of 685
Can anyone tell me how legit the Light Strike technology of A4tech right now is? They're saying they reduced their response time to 0.2ms using infrared micro switches
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