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So my recent experience with the Steelseries Rival and Deathadder 2013 have been quite different. I unlike others find the new rival to be very underperforming compared to DA2013 at the 3200 DPI levels and apove, and I do dislike its shape and weird button shapes/weight a lot.

So before I rapidly get my hands on the mionix avior 7000, is there any way that I can know if it can deliver high-dpi for multi monitor setup at 2500x resolution?

Id like to know if there is any jittery at the highest dpi levels.
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Pretty new mouse, give it a week or 2 and you should get more info on it.
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Surely, ill do the testing myself then.
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So my recent experience with the Steelseries Rival and Deathadder 2013 have been quite different. I unlike others find the new rival to be very underperforming compared to DA2013 at the 3200 DPI levels and apove, and I do dislike its shape and weird button shapes/weight a lot.

So before I rapidly get my hands on the mionix avior 7000, is there any way that I can know if it can deliver high-dpi for multi monitor setup at 2500x resolution?

Id like to know if there is any jittery at the highest dpi levels.

What are you asking here?
How you can test its performance?

I guess the three methods involve the enotnous mouse tes, paint testing (lines) and that cursor tracking program to see if it skips pixels.

I think the only person in here that has one is mousefan and he is busy watching CSGO. IIRC he also is a really low DPI FPS gamer, so he may likely not have even tested it above 800 dpi.
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