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Originally Posted by L4dd View Post

The Z-axis should always be there because that's how the PTE sensors track movement, but the added algorithm is what that should be the problem because it reportedly effect tracking in a negative way for something that can't be fixed, excluding possibly another PTE sensor to counter the Z-axis from what I've read and understand.

Also, I forgot to add the Naga 2014 to the list or PTE mice without the added algorithm.

oh man, you didn't understand my post;
you say: RAT's have added algorithm to minimize the zaxis bug.

If so, it should be possible to feel a difference betwen:
RAT and Lachesis PTE. You should feel the the algorithm by using the RAT. The Zaxis bug should be less with added algorithm.

And I say: I couldn't feel any added algorithm (to prevent zaxis bug) using a RAT5 (1gen) in comparison with a Lachesis 3G - both using PLN 2031!

Then the talk of all RAT have an "added algorithm" is very questionable.
And there is nothing from you guys that would proof your statements! Please confirm your statements!


BTW RAT 3 with A3090 is bad implemented (w0ll3 say that) and it is not recommended.

Imo the PLN 2031 is one of the best sensors (tracking/responsiveness) - if you are ok with the ZAxis bug.
post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by CeeSA View Post

oh man, you didn't understand my post;
you say: RAT's have added algorithm to minimize the zaxis bug.

If so, it should be possible to feel a difference betwen:
RAT and Lachesis PTE. You should feel the the algorithm by using the RAT. The Zaxis bug should be less with added algorithm.

And I say: I couldn't feel any added algorithm (to prevent zaxis bug) using a RAT5 (1gen) in comparison with a Lachesis 3G - both using PLN 2031!

Then the talk of all RAT have an "added algorithm" is very questionable.
And there is nothing from you guys that would proof your statements! Please confirm your statements!


BTW RAT 3 with A3090 is bad implemented (w0ll3 say that) and it is not recommended.

Imo the PLN 2031 is one of the best sensors (tracking/responsiveness) - if you are ok with the ZAxis bug.
Then, I'm interested to see tests from that user who had the tool for such with applicable RAT mice, but I was told from OCN, IIRC, my previous post on PTE sensor RAT mice having said algorithm.

I heard from a user of D2jsp stating that the 3090 sensor equipped RAT 3 wasn't bad, so I'm not sure, but I would like to know others' experiences regarding this supposed unacceptable 3090 sensor implimentation. Is it similar to the PureTrak Valor?
post #33 of 33
my 7 has been good to me its a little odd feeling at first
 
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