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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.
Perfect control speed is how many IPS a mouse could track without malfunctioning.
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Perfect control speed is how many IPS a mouse could track without malfunctioning.
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Don't buy that for FPS, max PCS is too low for many games of that genre.
As far as I know, my sensitivity is medium(13cm/360), I will lower it until probably 20cm by time.. But I truly doubt I will reach 30cm, that's if I even reach 20cm.

So I guess Berserker is right, the PCS is more than enough for me, knowing that I'll be playing at 600~800 CPI on 13cm/360 setting with the PCS up to 1.6 m/s (that would suffice..)

Though theoretically that sensor should read up to 1.9 m/s, not sure why is it reading a maximum of 1.6x only with you.. was it malfunctioning when it reached that speed?

I am confident now knowing and having learned all about mice.. at the moment it is all up to the build quality of the mouse and how well it would suffice my comfort biggrin.gif
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As far as I know, my sensitivity is medium(13cm/360), I will lower it until probably 20cm by time.. But I truly doubt I will reach 30cm, that's if I even reach 20cm.

So I guess Berserker is right, the PCS is more than enough for me, knowing that I'll be playing at 600~800 CPI on 13cm/360 setting with the PCS up to 1.6 m/s (that would suffice..)

Though theoretically that sensor should read up to 1.9 m/s, not sure why is it reading a maximum of 1.6x only with you.. was it malfunctioning when it reached that speed?

I am confident now knowing and having learned all about mice.. at the moment it is all up to the build quality of the mouse and how well it would suffice my comfort biggrin.gif


I played with enotus open and max speed that I reach @ 19.24cm/360 is 1.52 m/s with my fast flick aim style.
It does not malfunction, just gets negative accel. Build quality is good.
Maybe tracking speed is a little higher on other pads, but on desk I got same result.
post #14 of 15
Malfunctioning is hardly ever the problem, negative accel is completely unacceptable for the games I play though.
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post #15 of 15
Berserker, you were right about the slight jitter (in paint test), I successfully bought the mouse along with CM Storm Speed-RXL, so far the mouse is deadly accurate and precise, you didn't lie about snapshots, I can perform those easily.

It works wonders on the CM Storm Speed, I can move my mouse fast and stop at once very precisely to wherever I want on-screen. The jitter doesn't affect me in game anyways neither does the slight prediction affect my performance.

The performance is not bad for a $40 mouse.. It has metal feet that glides but still very controllable and accurate. Now to see how durable is it over time, the local store provides 1 year warranty..

Much appreciated, this thread gave me confidence to purchase this mouse, it was almost out of stock but I finally got my own! will definitely recommend this to my friends since they're all on a budget and this mouse is not bad for entry gaming or even professional gaming.
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