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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by CtrlAltel1te View Post

Recon weight is not well distributed on the mouse, the back is way heavier then the front wich makes the mouse tilt when picked up.
Really annoying if you are a low sens gamer.

It's just way too heavy for me. I guess I could play with it until I'm comfortable enough with the weight, but after using it for a few days I compared it to my Abyssus and the low weight of the Abyssus just felt sooo good in comparison.

The weight simply comes from the back of the mouse having an extremely thick shell. I had a plan to use the Dremel to drill a lot of dimples into the mouse shell from the inside. I guess that would also fix any imbalance. My laziness made me give up and I got rid of the mouse. tongue.gif
post #12 of 17
I'm amazed no one has talked about the 3310 yet, which is known to have less smoothing (at least I definitely never notice it) than the DA2013's sensor. It is 1:1, maxes out at 5.4 m/s, has native steps from 50-5000 CPI in increments of 50 and has adjustable LOD. I rely on it via my Avior 7000 every single day at 120 Hz with Lightboost on a VG248QE and it is just epic.

Other mice with a 3310:
Naos 7000
M45
Rival

Just something to look into as well. These mice have effectively 0 sensor flaws, and definitely work perfectly at 1000 Hz. In fact it doesn't matter what CPI or polling rate you use, they always max at 5.4 m/s. IMO the 3310 is the optical sensor everyone has been waiting for with little to zero compromises.
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i did like what i saw about the avior 7000, and what really intrigued me was the surface quality analyzer. assuming the pads are completely clean, what cloth pads perform 100% optimally? although i'm dead-set on making sure my mouse performs perfectly, i really don't want to compromise on the comfort of my qck heavy. how well does the qck heavy stack up?

also, are there any technical differences between the naos & avior?
Edited by joshuawn - 3/27/14 at 2:46am
post #14 of 17
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i did like what i saw about the avior 7000, and what really intrigued me was the surface quality analyzer. assuming the pads are completely clean, what cloth pads perform 100% optimally? although i'm dead-set on making sure my mouse performs perfectly, i really don't want to compromise on the comfort of my qck heavy. how well does the qck heavy stack up?

also, are there any technical differences between the naos & avior?

That tool doesn't really measure anything useful as far as I've seen. Works great on the QcK Heavy don't worry.

Same internal hardware in the Naos and Avior, just different shell afaik
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post #15 of 17
Yeah I dunno about that tool. I tested the Avior 7000 on QcK, Talent + some cheaper cloth pads, got 70% while their own expensive aluminium Ensis 320 Luna only scored 10%.

EDIT: Wait. Are lower scores better? Does that mean Luna only loses 10% of data?

From Ensis 320 page "this aluminum mouse pad has an extremely low data loss whilst still maintaining ultra low friction glide."


EDIT2 : When I increased LOD to maximum Luna scored ~70%
Edited by trhead - 3/27/14 at 4:56am
post #16 of 17
I wish they explained how to use the LOD software because no mater how much i changed it the LOD still stayed at 1 CD on my goliathus speed I had to go back to using my DA 2013
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post #17 of 17
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both mice have different tracking afaik, the only thing they have in common is the 800dpi "native" setting, g400 uses a 3090 custom variant with 2CD lod and max 3600 dpi.

alcor uses "stock" 3090 sensor, 4000dpi srom (but minimal smoothing like roccat savu), 3cd LOD, slighty lower perfect control speed but still acceptable for low sens players, just tested it on TF2, i couldn't do a very fast 360 on my zowie g-tf rough (800dpi 1.44 sens 1680res 125fps ) even when i set m_rawinput to "1" ! it was more like a 300-320 degrees turn unless i slowed down a bit, can't test any other pad, put the day before yesterday some dual sided sticky tape under the base so it could finally sit flat on my desk, sorry guys tongue.gif

update : hien black is worse, shorter turns + crosshair looks to the floor sometimes , sharkoon 1337 XL seemed pretty good, pretty much 1:1 response even with m_rawinput 0, seems like alcor prefers smooth surfaces to heavily textured ones.
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