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I know there are some threads about this but no one is uploading tests with enotus and paint.
Could anyone owning this mouse test LOD, jitter and tracking rates on a cloth pad ?

Thanks !
post #2 of 9
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Originally Posted by vss vintorez View Post

I know there are some threads about this but no one is uploading tests with enotus and paint.
Could anyone owning this mouse test LOD, jitter and tracking rates on a cloth pad ?

Thanks !

I have one. Works fine on hard pads, looks like you have Alzheimers when using it on cloth.
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hahahaha, question aswered and again explode in laugh, I admit it at first I thought you were an idiot but know I like you (no homo comment).
post #4 of 9
Tried using it on a qck when i got it, that proved to be practically impossible. I really liked the weight and everything else though, and I read that it works well on the Goliathus Speed, so I got that and it actually does. I'd say there's still a bit of jitter left, but I haven't really noticed it while playing.

Acceleration and control speed is also fine, MMR doesn't show anything, and I haven't ever been able to go fast enough to break it.
post #5 of 9
Is it still a chance to get a Abyssus with old firmware? Or does it jitter even with the new one that should have fixed it? I mean Logitech changed their G400 to non prediction and soon after that it was not a very big risk to get an old one.
post #6 of 9
I have the 3500DPI version, don't think that helps you. I use the version of the drivers in French, because the newest one in english doesn't work good.
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

I have one. Works fine on hard pads, looks like you have Alzheimers when using it on cloth.

I think you meant parkinson wink.gif

also this:

Cloth:




Hardpad:


Funny enough I recently tried it on my relatively new Qck Heavy and it didn't jitter at all there. So uniform black seems to be the best you can get for it. Maybe I'll do this angle testing again on the Qck to be sure.
Because the thing that is really amazing about it is this:


Can't go wrong with 4.9 m/s tracking speed (real dpi is 435 on mine)
Edited by Ino. - 11/14/13 at 2:01am
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

I think you meant parkinson wink.gif

also this:

Cloth:




Hardpad:


Funny enough I recently tried it on my relatively new Qck Heavy and it didn't jitter at all there. So uniform black seems to be the best you can get for it. Maybe I'll do this angle testing again on the Qck to be sure.
Because the thing that is really amazing about it is this:


Can't go wrong with 4.9 m/s tracking speed (real dpi is 435 on mine)

That's some good tracking speed. wink.gif How would you compare Abyssus in size between Zowie AM? (If I remember right you had one?) Yes I have searched for dimensions but similar mice all feel different. My problem with Kinzu etc is that it's to low on the front sides. I might want to try an Abyssus, mirror edition looks nice. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

That's some good tracking speed. wink.gif How would you compare Abyssus in size between Zowie AM? (If I remember right you had one?) Yes I have searched for dimensions but similar mice all feel different. My problem with Kinzu etc is that it's to low on the front sides. I might want to try an Abyssus, mirror edition looks nice. thumb.gif

Different, I like the AM more because I can put my hand on it while I grab the Abyssus kind of from behind. Also I'm in love with Huanos, so that's a plus for AM too.
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