Originally Posted by Nilizum
is the fact that the smoothing/delay really determines a 'hit or miss'. I can flick a rail with the MLT04 sensors and it will hit and land to where it's CONTROLLABLE. Mice like the DA2K13 or Roccat Savu, I flick a bunch of rails and it's a miss 80% of the time because of the delay, making it UNCONTROLLABLE.
Yea, this is exactly what I already mentioned in several threads. Slow panning movements with 4000 DPI A3090 work decently, but the second you try a flick shot with one of these insane smoothing firmwares, you can't land it to save your life. A Walmart office mouse that's locked at 125hz or even an A9500 laser with massive acceleration is easier to land a flick shot with.
Originally Posted by Atavax
In my opinion, Its a miss because you aren't used to it.
There is no getting used to it. The further you flick the cursor, the more unpredictable where it lands is. I've used MS 1.1a's before and you get that massive, negative acceleration fly in anytime you try to make a flick shot. Even though the sensor stops tracking well, it's still not that hard to anticipate where the cursor will land. The 4000 DPI A3090 is completely different.
I have no idea how to explain it, but the cursor seems to always land short of where non-smoothing mice do, then even if I try to adapt and make correction of that fault, it still lands short.Edited by r0ach - 11/21/13 at 11:42am