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A4Tech Bloody V3 (PAW3305DK) test

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Size: 124(L)-67(W)-43(H)
Weight: 103 gr with metal weight(6.5 gr) removed, two screws behind lower feet.
Flexible braided cord, crisp clicks, quiet scrolls wheel.
Lift off distance: ~1 mm
Low prediction
No acceleration, no weird tracking


Paint test
No jitter at 400, slight at 800, strong at 1600, huge at 3200.


Tracking speed test
1.6 m/s - 1.7 m/s @500/1000hz

Edited by Berserker1 - 3/16/14 at 11:26pm
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Wow the 3305 is that bad at PCS?
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I actually bought this on a newegg flash sale for my little brother, however replaced it like a week later when fry's had SS Rival's on sale. Good to know it's not TERRIBLE at low DPI since we are a CS family tongue.gif
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lol you might as well be using a WMO instead of this.
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post #5 of 15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Wow the 3305 is that bad at PCS?

just like kinzu v2, but kana with same sensor but different lens has twice as much PCS.
post #6 of 15
The $6 optical mouse I am using:


Smoothness:


Paint test:
7f228d94d4.png

What about the smoothness of the V3? should I worry about the low counts/counter? I am medium to high sensitivity player and obviously I play at 800 DPI maybe less on 600 DPI (but the mouse I currently have doesn't go any lower)

P.S.: I am the one whom is about to buy the V7M/V8M which has the same sensor..

Tell me though, how is the performance in FPS games? like Battlefield 3/4 and likewise.. or even CS.. is it precise and accurate? (i.e. can you perform snap shots? swipe from a point to the other very precisely?) I guess that's all it matters, yeh? tongue.gif

Awaiting your response smile.gif
Edited by N245 - 3/16/14 at 9:32pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by N245 View Post

The $6 optical mouse I am using:


Smoothness:


Paint test:
7f228d94d4.png

What about the smoothness of the V3? should I worry about the low counts/counter? I am medium to high sensitivity player and obviously I play at 800 DPI maybe less on 600 DPI (but the mouse I currently have doesn't go any lower)

P.S.: I am the one whom is about to buy the V7M/V8M which has the same sensor..

Tell me though, how is the performance in FPS games? like Battlefield 3/4 and likewise.. or even CS.. is it precise and accurate? (i.e. can you perform snap shots? swipe from a point to the other very precisely?) I guess that's all it matters, yeh? tongue.gif

Awaiting your response smile.gif

Don't buy that for FPS, max PCS is too low for many games of that genre.
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post #8 of 15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by N245 View Post

What about the smoothness of the V3? should I worry about the low counts/counter? I am medium to high sensitivity player and obviously I play at 800 DPI maybe less on 600 DPI (but the mouse I currently have doesn't go any lower)

P.S.: I am the one whom is about to buy the V7M/V8M which has the same sensor..

Tell me though, how is the performance in FPS games? like Battlefield 3/4 and likewise.. or even CS.. is it precise and accurate? (i.e. can you perform snap shots? swipe from a point to the other very precisely?) I guess that's all it matters, yeh? tongue.gif

Awaiting your response smile.gif

Smoothness test is broken, doesn't matter what it says.
At your 13cm/360 sensitivity is more than enough perfect control speed.
Yeah snapshots are fine with it.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Don't buy that for FPS, max PCS is too low for many games of that genre.
Can you clarify and explain precisely what PCS is..? is it related to the polling rate? is there a thread explaining this in depth..? I would like to learn and know more.
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