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post #1 of 8
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I love my Sensei overall. The weight, shape is perfect for me.

I'm using it with my QCK Heavy.

However, most of the time the tracking is really smooth, but sometimes it kinda skips or stutters and lags behind.

I've had my QCK for more than a year, but it's pretty clean.

Does anyone know which is the best pad for a Sensei (doesn't matter hard or cloth I don't have a preference), or are there certain LOD settings that determine how good it tracks on QCK?
post #2 of 8
Strange I don't remember having an issue with it on the QcK, if you use default lod it should be fine.

Using it with a hard mat (I used the MM400) helped to eliminate some of the inconsistent positive acceleration inherent in that sensor but not all.
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Strange I don't remember having an issue with it on the QcK, if you use default lod it should be fine.

Using it with a hard mat (I used the MM400) helped to eliminate some of the inconsistent positive acceleration inherent in that sensor but not all.
What's the default LOD? I was using 3% to 7%, using 18% now and it seems ok.

Haven't really noticed any acceleration. Feels way better than jittery FK or AM.
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What's the default LOD? I was using 3% to 7%, using 18% now and it seems ok.

Haven't really noticed any acceleration. Feels way better than jittery FK or AM.

Don't worry it's definitely there lol. I was blaming myself at first for missing sniper shots before I realized that. But if you don't play FPS much then it shouldn't bother you.
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I've had problems with random tracking issues with my Fnatic Sensei. Not sure what causes it, but my vanilla sensei seems to work just fine. I do use the default LOD on both.
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Originally Posted by teeg View Post

I love my Sensei overall. The weight, shape is perfect for me.

I'm using it with my QCK Heavy.

However, most of the time the tracking is really smooth, but sometimes it kinda skips or stutters and lags behind.

I've had my QCK for more than a year, but it's pretty clean.

Does anyone know which is the best pad for a Sensei (doesn't matter hard or cloth I don't have a preference), or are there certain LOD settings that determine how good it tracks on QCK?

I tested my sensei RAW on my QcK heavy among other cloth pads about a month ago and didn't have any issues. Also I know more than a few pro gaming teams (Na'Vi DotA 2) that use the sensei+qck pad combos and win tournaments.

However whenever I do decide to use my sensei I have a worn smooth hard dell pad from years ago that I use it on and it tracks much better imo.
I personally think the best combo (for a sensei) is a steelseries sensei + a steelseries 4HD or 9HD hardpad.
post #7 of 8
I would never use a Sensei on cloth, or any 9500 or 9800 mouse for that matter. The inconsistent acceleration issue is less pronounced on hard mats. It is nearly impossible for me to prove to you via video but in my experience carefully testing playing on both, hard mat play was much more accurate for me in FPS, even actually tolerable. I've played against some really good players using ADNS-9500 mice. It's just nice to have a 1:1 mouse though.
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

I would never use a Sensei on cloth, or any 9500 or 9800 mouse for that matter. The inconsistent acceleration issue is less pronounced on hard mats. It is nearly impossible for me to prove to you via video but in my experience carefully testing playing on both, hard mat play was much more accurate for me in FPS, even actually tolerable. I've played against some really good players using ADNS-9500 mice. It's just nice to have a 1:1 mouse though.

pretty much this.
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