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post #1811 of 2101
The sensor was designed to function at multiple resolutions without speed compromises found on older designs. There is a technical "base" resolution, though it really shouldn't matter.

Polling rate is an external variable. Not "sensor" related.
post #1812 of 2101
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

The sensor was designed to function at multiple resolutions without speed compromises found on older designs. There is a technical "base" resolution, though it really shouldn't matter.

Polling rate is an external variable. Not "sensor" related.

Alright, thank you. I guess I was looking for a "Use this and this because it works best." and I comply. but I'll just face the fact that I'm bad and it's not my mouse.
post #1813 of 2101
Just created a account to say that i'm really satisfied with the FK1.
As a main csgo player and low sens preference, i track perfectly at a really LOW sensitivity. I play at 6/11 400dpi 1000hz and 1.2 in game, it's perfect.
But coming from a ergonomic user, using the FK1 for long gaming sessions my hands starts to hurt, and a lot.
Is there any chances for a new EC series release with a 3310 sensor? i loved my EC till his death.. RIP
post #1814 of 2101
Well, the signs point to 3310 EC coming sometime, but we have no idea when.
post #1815 of 2101
Sigh, guess i will have to stick with this pain in my hand for a while then lol.
Thx for the reply
post #1816 of 2101
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Sigh, guess i will have to stick with this pain in my hand for a while then lol.
Thx for the reply

I want to love this mouse, but it's too small for me and cramps my hand. I'm eagerly awaiting the 3310 EC1 as well, for now I'm using a Rival.
post #1817 of 2101
i really think the shape of this mouse would be great for me but im really put off by the "hard" clicks mainly because i play sc2 and the right hand side thumb buttons; they annoyed the **** out of me on my old sensei so im assuming it would do the same.
But damn a long thin mouse really does sound good.
i'll ask again, but do the opposite side thumb buttons really annoy anyone else? i think with my grip my ring finger would rest over the top of them
post #1818 of 2101
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Originally Posted by kicksome View Post

i really think the shape of this mouse would be great for me but im really put off by the "hard" clicks mainly because i play sc2 and the right hand side thumb buttons; they annoyed the **** out of me on my old sensei so im assuming it would do the same.
But damn a long thin mouse really does sound good.
i'll ask again, but do the opposite side thumb buttons really annoy anyone else? i think with my grip my ring finger would rest over the top of them

Nope, not at all. They're flush. That would be the least of your problems.
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Nope, not at all. They're flush. That would be the least of your problems.
nicethat's good to hear, how stiff are those clicks though? This search for the perfect mouse is staying to cost me an arm and a leg lol
post #1820 of 2101
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nicethat's good to hear, how stiff are those clicks though? This search for the perfect mouse is staying to cost me an arm and a leg lol

If you're used to something like DA 2013, G302 or Rival or similar then you're gonna notice the crisp clicks with some heaviness. I mean surely at first it feels heavy but it's something that takes a week or two to completely get used to. Depends on you, but I mainly play FPS so. Depends how spammy you are. It may or may not be a problem.
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