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post #1061 of 2803
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Originally Posted by zeeshankid View Post

How can I get back the old firmware version? My firmware says 120.0.0 . Please give the link. Thank you.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/38p3t7v50rq74ed/SteelSeriesEngine_3.1.4.exe

just install this!
post #1062 of 2803
Has anyone with the latest firmware tried playing at 50CPI and watching for unexpected CPI changes? Since at 50 CPI the slightest change would be a huge difference. It did not change at all for me which makes me believe only some people have the issue or it's a placebo effect
post #1063 of 2803
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Originally Posted by yogalD View Post

Has anyone with the latest firmware tried playing at 50CPI and watching for unexpected CPI changes? Since at 50 CPI the slightest change would be a huge difference. It did not change at all for me which makes me believe only some people have the issue or it's a placebo effect

it doesnt matter which dpi i use. after a while the sensitivity was faster. (with 50cpi as well)
maybe its a bug from an erlier production line, cause i preorded my rival...
post #1064 of 2803
Anyone using the fingertip grip that has the Rival? How does the shape work for that?
post #1065 of 2803
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Originally Posted by artiq View Post

Anyone using the fingertip grip that has the Rival? How does the shape work for that?

To be honest, I have yet to find a grip that wasn't somewhat comfortable with the Rival. I use a hybrid Claw/Palm, and I find that it fits my hand perfectly fine. The only real complaint that I can level against it is the size of the mouse overall. It is substantial. If you're used to fingertipping something like the FK or AM, then you're gonna hate the mouse.
post #1066 of 2803
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Originally Posted by artiq View Post

Anyone using the fingertip grip that has the Rival? How does the shape work for that?

100% impossible for me.
But got smaller hands (17-18cm from middlefinger tip -> wrist)

Way to long to make it comfortable for me.
post #1067 of 2803
around 20.5-21cm hands, no comfy claw for me either.
Claw is best for ambidextrous?
post #1068 of 2803
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

To be honest, I have yet to find a grip that wasn't somewhat comfortable with the Rival. I use a hybrid Claw/Palm, and I find that it fits my hand perfectly fine. The only real complaint that I can level against it is the size of the mouse overall. It is substantial. If you're used to fingertipping something like the FK or AM, then you're gonna hate the mouse.

Well, I have pretty long fingers so I think the Rival can work for me. I am currently using Mionix Naos 5000 and that one is pretty big I guess and I have no problem gripping it.
post #1069 of 2803
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Originally Posted by artiq View Post

Well, I have pretty long fingers so I think the Rival can work for me. I am currently using Mionix Naos 5000 and that one is pretty big I guess and I have no problem gripping it.

Coming from a Naos, there's a good chance you'll really enjoy the mouse shape. It's very ergonomic and provides excellent handles to lift the mouse, if that's your thing. I prefer the grip the Rival provides compared to the Naos 100%.
post #1070 of 2803
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Originally Posted by ber View Post

it doesnt matter which dpi i use. after a while the sensitivity was faster. (with 50cpi as well)
maybe its a bug from an erlier production line, cause i preorded my rival...

i preordered mine, too
but its not important.
my mate has a brand new, with waaay higher S/N and experienced the same issue.
i told him about it, 3.1.4 fixed the problem.
it's not placebo at all @yogalD.
i hate this "input lag" "smoothing" placebo talking stuff, too, but in this case it's true.
you can't miss it, if it happens, you feel it instantly.
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