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Originally Posted by Ino.
The 450 step at 500 Hz is great, similar max tracking rate to the 2300 step (both are around 3.5 m/s). The delay some people experience is also minimal, it doesn't affect my gameplay in the slightest.
That is if you use Enotus to test the malfunction speed using 400 CPI. The Zowie EC/AM/FK's CPI is closer to 500. So, the result is a false one that makes the malfunction speed appear higher than it is.
It would be nice if someone made a program that allowed you to measure the CPI, then test that specific CPI.Comment (Click to show)
Originally Posted by Mavve
Erhm ive tried both 450dpi 500 hz and 2300dpi 1000hz on my zowie am. Fast swipes its easy to hit malfunction speed @ 450. So i just use 2300 dpi step and lower win sensitivity. Just like i did when my old DA still was alive. And I have red the 3090 manual where it says 1800, is a native resolution and kingsis lens has tiny magnification wich makes me believe 2300 is the way to go. But all thoose New 3090 mice with 800 dpi maxtracking speed how? Different Srom can change native steps? Cant find on avago homepage.
The 2300  is the native step, the rest are scaled. It's an older SROM.
Avago has removed all sensor related stuff off their site. Some of it was transfered to PixArt's site...Comment (Click to show)
Originally Posted by adobostreak
oh yeah, has anyone figured out what the new "deltazero technology" is in the new G400s sensor?
is it just marketing bs for no prediction/accel?
*i did research on the logitech forums, the staff seem to just parrot the same "responds accurately to hand movements" response while avoiding getting into detail what it is
I think "Delta Zero" refers to the new coding for their sensor/firmware. That is why they invited press to hear about various sensor stuff... Also (likely) why they increased the price a little -- using new switches was necessary to make the G400 appear upgraded.
If this "Delta Zero" improves tracking it is worth the extra money in my mind. They deserve it...Edited by popups - 8/20/13 at 6:48pm