Originally Posted by r0ach
We're not talking about different things at all.
The 6000 DPI 4g sensor has more smoothing than the 4000 DPI 3090 firmware.
You can easily extrapolate from that data, that neither sensor actually performs well at high DPI, and both require increasing levels of smoothing to go higher. The Steelseries Rival will be no different. Razer is also ahead of pretty much every other mouse company in technical capability, with the exception being Logitech. If Razer can't release a decent optical sensor with 6000 DPI, Steelseries has 0 chance.
Avago isn't in the business anymore. PixArt are in control now. Business isn't as usual.
True, higher CPI mice will suck when it comes to pure performance. Obviously, more than 2 times the array size will cause issues regardless of sensor.
We don't know how the 4G operates nor do we know exactly how the 3310 does. The 3310 could have a 900 setting that is not altered with unnecessary processing. Is the 3310 even a 900 pixel sensor or a 1000? 800 isn't the 3090's pixel array size. I think you should wait a few weeks before you say the sensor is useless. You don't know how the array is being used. That is my point.
If you want a 3090 mouse closer to the hardware resolution stick with the G400. Otherwise, you need to get a 1800 CPI 3090.
Originally Posted by superior
Honestly there's no body here complaining except for you and you haven't even tested the mouse yet.
I do complain about latency of mice. I also complain of useless CPI settings. I would like a "raw" performing setting at the very least.
Originally Posted by nlmiller0015
4000 dpi on counter strike Id love to see that
I use ~2500 CPI in GO. I set my sensitivity to 0.25. I don't think I could use anymore CPI.Edited by popups - 11/7/13 at 9:22pm