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post #1301 of 1929
Tried it for a couple of BrutalCS DM's and I have to say im impressed.
If its possible to make even better, im sold.

It also fixed the issue I had with the Avior not swiping horizontally
post #1302 of 1929
Wow at first felt like I had accel on after installing 3.38 firmware. Good improvement. All color settings is not working... Blue and red is working but choosing green led changes scroll wheel but not logo rolleyes.gif Did not test any other colors tho. Thank you Mionix!
post #1303 of 1929
can't tell it apart from my FK1. Well done!
post #1304 of 1929
Yeah its not ez peazy for me to tell it apart from the IME 3.0
post #1305 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

TEST ONLY Firmware 3.38 added to OP. Test away. Mionix wants your feedback. Calling all smoothing people: this firmware is supposed to eliminate smoothing but not all driver features will work properly as it is a test firmware only. Place all feedback in this thread and I will forward it on to Mionix once we have a general consensus as far as how this firmware feels compared to earlier versions. I have not tried it yet as of this post as I'll be at work for another 7 hours or so.
What doesn't work?
post #1306 of 1929
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What doesn't work?
Nothing specified.

My internet is crap right now so no sense in testing it in online games. Lots of packet loss. Keep up the feedback, I'm going to get back to Mionix in a day or two. Glad to see so far the guys who noticed the smoothing have had good impressions.
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post #1307 of 1929
So Avior 7000 with that newest test firmware is the only ambidextrous mouse with light clicks that has a smoothing free sensor with high PCS.

Interesting stuff.

Good that I still have mine in the box here. smile.gif
post #1308 of 1929
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

So Avior 7000 with that newest test firmware is the only ambidextrous mouse with light clicks that has a smoothing free sensor with high PCS.

Interesting stuff.

Good that I still have mine in the box here. smile.gif

Don't get your hopes up yet. When the last beta firmware came out, Vanarvia or whatever his name is thought they fixed it, but when I tested it, it was still vastly higher smoothing than 3600 DPI G400, G502, Kana V2, and most other mice. If they actually managed to reduce it further, it might be down to original 3600 DPI G400 level now, but I'll have to put it through testing and see.

That older firmware beta did have excellent tracking though, rivaling that of the G502, just with too much smoothing, so I am anxious to test the new firmware.
Edited by r0ach - 11/3/14 at 6:40pm
post #1309 of 1929
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Don't get your hopes up yet. When the last beta firmware came out, Vanarvia or whatever his name is thought they fixed it, but when I tested it, it was still vastly higher smoothing than 3600 DPI G400, G502, Kana V2, and most other mice. If they actually managed to reduce it further, it might be down to original 3600 DPI G400 level now, but I'll have to put it through testing and see.

That older firmware beta did have excellent tracking though, rivaling that of the G502, just with too much smoothing, so I am anxious to test the new firmware.
I am waiting to hear your opinion.
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post #1310 of 1929
What if r0ach tests this new firmware and it's one of the most flawless tracking experiences he's ever had? It would be one of the greatest upset victories in history.
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