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Do me a favor and NEVER judge smoothing overall by the S3988. .

I can't understand, what do you mean? there's no smoothing?

as stated, I feel the PTE sensor on the MMO7 much snappier, and i'm not bothered by the CPI scaling thing(i called it acceleration wrongly)...that's why I asked for the mamba.
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I can't understand, what do you mean? there's no smoothing?

as stated, I feel the PTE sensor on the MMO7 much snappier, and i'm not bothered by the CPI scaling thing(i called it acceleration wrongly)...that's why I asked for the mamba.

Smoothing implies latency, in case you didn't understand that. The S3988 in the DA 2013 has been reported by quite a few people to lag behind quick shots from time to time moreso than other mice.

You should still see if you can find an original Mamba. It's way better with earlier firmwares than the newer one. The Mamba isn't really a great mouse or worth the $$ if you ask me though. Too heavy, crappy build quality. Depends on what you really care about though.
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someone else with the mouse. perform this very simple test. In the software. go to the profiles. disable all but 1 profile. make sure the program is fully closed. now relaunch the program, are all 3 profiles now active again? This happens to me, i don't even need to reboot.

Just verified this on Win7 Pro x64, my LGS software does the same thing. Tried changing pages after unchecking to see if the boxes just dont save automatically, and also tried right-click+running the program as admin before unchecking the boxes and neither worked.

As a generic work-around until they fix that, I set all three profiles exactly the same with the same default DPI tagged, so if I hit the button by accident it won't matter.
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post #384 of 3269
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Smoothing implies latency, in case you didn't understand that. The S3988 in the DA 2013 has been reported by quite a few people to lag behind quick shots from time to time moreso than other mice.

I didn't understand the meaning of the english sentence.
I know what smoothness is referred to...in fact is quite apparent when i switched to the MMO7
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

You should still see if you can find an original Mamba. It's way better with earlier firmwares than the newer one. The Mamba isn't really a great mouse or worth the $$ if you ask me though. Too heavy, crappy build quality. Depends on what you really care about though.

i prefer to buy new mice, i don't trust used ones....
the mamba should weigh like the MMO7 right? i can play with heavy mice if the shape fits my hand well
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I didn't understand the meaning of the english sentence.
I know what smoothness is referred to...in fact is quite apparent when i switched to the MMO7
i prefer to buy new mice, i don't trust used ones....
the mamba should weigh like the MMO7 right? i can play with heavy mice if the shape fits my hand well

DA 2013 = DeathAdder 2013
S3988 probably refers to the model number of the sensor.
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Originally Posted by Blashyrkh View Post

I didn't understand the meaning of the english sentence.
I know what smoothness is referred to...in fact is quite apparent when i switched to the MMO7

What he's saying is not to use that particular sensor as a guide to put down something like the 3310. They are not nearly the same thing, performance wise. As far as your mouse/sensor of choice... Go for it. I couldn't disagree with you more about the quality of the mouse you're using or the sensor it's packing, but everyone has their preferences.
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My beloved G9x is now wrapped in a rubber band in a spare parts bin as a backup, next to an 8 year old G5 and where a DA would be if I didn't give it away for free.

Well If your closest comparisson is a g9x and a G5 I understand this feels better.

I don't really take words from randoms as anything serious unless I know the people are known for their knowledge.
I trust people like skylit and derp on oc, that tried a ton of mice, that know the structure of the mouse/sensors.

I mean, if all you have as comparisson is 2 lasermice(As It seems those are the 2 mice you used for the last years) then It is not really a contest for the logitech mouse, It should win.
post #388 of 3269
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What he's saying is not to use that particular sensor as a guide to put down something like the 3310. They are not nearly the same thing, performance wise. As far as your mouse/sensor of choice... Go for it. I couldn't disagree with you more about the quality of the mouse you're using or the sensor it's packing, but everyone has their preferences.

so the 3310 is much better? which are its flaws and strenghts?

about the MMO7, I don't understand why it is not considered reliable or bad quality....why?
I must admitt that i bought it beacuse is fancy and with tons of buttons I use in windows....I have never thinked it could be so good in FPS for me.
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Originally Posted by Madog View Post

DA 2013 = DeathAdder 2013
S3988 probably refers to the model number of the sensor.

yes, is "never judge smoothing overall by" that i couldn't catch
post #390 of 3269
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Originally Posted by Blashyrkh View Post

so the 3310 is much better? which are its flaws and strenghts?

about the MMO7, I don't understand why it is not considered reliable or bad quality....why?
I must admitt that i bought it beacuse is fancy and with tons of buttons I use in windows....I have never thinked it could be so good in FPS for me.
I've owned mine for just over a year and a half, its broken 3 times on me in that time. I'm not rough on my mice, like I said, I still have 10 year old logitechs that still work, but the mmo7 is so unreliable.
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