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post #921 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Some people say the G502 isn't that big either actually
Is it smaller than g500?
My old g500 feel more solid and bigger in hand then 7000 naos.
And no doubts naos optical sensor/traction and movements feel fantastic! why the made it so small?!
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post #922 of 1929
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

¿How are you sacrificing angular control?
You're changing your in-game control lowering the sensitivity control, thus increasing the granularity and giving more control.

AFAIK, the dynamic FPS limits are to make the sensor perform in a similar way on all the CPI scales.

Because you're becoming increasingly more reliant on fine motor control of your hand and wrist. Doing more work for same result, assuming you can still achieve the same result. If your in-game sens is not approaching "pixel skipping" levels, what practical benefit are you getting by dropping it significantly to increase precision points? I believe similar opinions were shared by Skylit and some other people a while ago but I'd have to look later. Personally, it's a night and day difference for me in control between 400 DPI / 2.0 sens and 1600 DPI / 0.5 sens.
post #923 of 1929
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Originally Posted by xmr1 View Post

Because you're becoming increasingly more reliant on fine motor control of your hand and wrist. Doing more work for same result, assuming you can still achieve the same result. If your in-game sens is not approaching "pixel skipping" levels, what practical benefit are you getting by dropping it significantly to increase precision points? I believe similar opinions were shared by Skylit and some other people a while ago but I'd have to look later. Personally, it's a night and day difference for me in control between 400 DPI / 2.0 sens and 1600 DPI / 0.5 sens.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1449357/sensitivity-explained

Personally i'm running 46cm/360 with 800dpi, i tried 46cm/360 with 1600dpi, and i didn't see any improvement whatsoever.
If anything, it's uncomfortable on the desktop, 1600 is way too fast for me on 1440p screen.
And in battlefield 4 even tho i have the same cm 360, the menu cursor doesn't share the same speed as ingame, so you end up with a cursor that is way too fast to control.
I don't think there is any drastic improvement (or any improvement for that matter) going too far in low sens to the point you have to crank your dpi to insane level, besides a little smoother turning.
And if there is, then i guess i reached a peak or some sort of limit in skill that make me not being able to take advantage of it.
As long as i don't skip pixel, i'm not gonna change anything.
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post #924 of 1929
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Originally Posted by SkyNetSTI View Post

Is it smaller than g500?
My old g500 feel more solid and bigger in hand then 7000 naos.
And no doubts naos optical sensor/traction and movements feel fantastic! why the made it so small?!

The G502 is the same basic shape size of the G500, but it's shorter, as in doesn't have as big a hump on the back.
post #925 of 1929
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Originally Posted by xmr1 View Post

Because you're becoming increasingly more reliant on fine motor control of your hand and wrist. Doing more work for same result, assuming you can still achieve the same result. If your in-game sens is not approaching "pixel skipping" levels, what practical benefit are you getting by dropping it significantly to increase precision points? I believe similar opinions were shared by Skylit and some other people a while ago but I'd have to look later. Personally, it's a night and day difference for me in control between 400 DPI / 2.0 sens and 1600 DPI / 0.5 sens.

I also had a few PM's with Skylit and personally I don't see the point of going lower then 1.0 ingame (quake/valve style scaling).

Though there could still be some benefit up until 1.0. After that, if you're not reaching pixel skipping levels on your monitor there's really no point indeed.

Tbh I think you should give 800 dpi and 1.0 a whirl.
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post #926 of 1929
Yet another flaw I've found after marathon gaming. The buttons feel really icky to touch once you've gotten a bit sweaty. Or in my case, when you've got cold hands and still sweat. xD
post #927 of 1929
Not a problem for me but I'm tedious as hell when it comes to greasy hands and gear. I used to bring tissues to clean gear and my own soap to keep my hands clean to LANs. Everytime someone with greasy hands touched my mouse... I notice instantly.
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post #928 of 1929
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If I didn't already say this, I sweat a bit when I play depending on how hot the room is and the grip on this mouse helps my hands stick to the mouse more easily.
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post #929 of 1929
Can we assign anything else than profile/dpi to those buttons below the mouse scroll?
post #930 of 1929
Taking a quick look, you can assign keyboard buttons to it, so basically you could assign an unused button to it and map that button to something in a game.

I think I'm going back to my Avior. Haven't used it in a month, picked it back up and what happened tonight in BF4 was... well the same accuracy stats but the way I did it was just different. Just sheer dominance, running in like a mad dog not giving a damn. Tracking my targets in hectic moments seems to be going a bit smoother then with the Kana v2.

Money wise I think I'm going to just sell everything except the Kana v2 and the Avior, a main and a backup mouse basically.
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