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Originally Posted by equlix View Post

this only happens with certain charging usb ports. Normal usb ports don't do this

Because I read the LED is hardwired to the USB power line and not MCU.
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post #4052 of 4666
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Originally Posted by Jonagold View Post

In my opinion delay is always bad on mice, both buttons and sensor. Only reason for players to prefer mice with delay is because of being used to something and having developed a muscle memory to create a synchronization between muscle movements and eye for specific values in delay..

Smoothing is something that can be controversial when done with small enough delay. Some people may have difficulties to create smooth movements with their hand therefore smoothing could be a way for them to have a decent in-game movements with flawed in real life control.

Reason to prefer less smoothing is to have more accurate control over the cursor while having accurate movements in real life.. Usually made possible with low enough mouse sensitivity.

Being used to something plays a huge part at the smoothing controversy as well..

When there is something that doesn't respond like my brain thinks it should I cannot focus. Every time that thing occurs while playing I lose my concentration. I have to condition myself to ignore it.
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

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Originally Posted by Jonagold View Post

In my opinion delay is always bad on mice, both buttons and sensor. Only reason for players to prefer mice with delay is because of being used to something and having developed a muscle memory to create a synchronization between muscle movements and eye for specific values in delay..

Smoothing is something that can be controversial when done with small enough delay. Some people may have difficulties to create smooth movements with their hand therefore smoothing could be a way for them to have a decent in-game movements with flawed in real life control.

Reason to prefer less smoothing is to have more accurate control over the cursor while having accurate movements in real life.. Usually made possible with low enough mouse sensitivity.

Being used to something plays a huge part at the smoothing controversy as well..

When there is something that doesn't respond like my brain thinks it should I cannot focus. Every time that thing occurs while playing I lose my concentration. I have to condition myself to ignore it.
Me but I come to a screeching halt. I'm either OCD/autistic or "too good at detecting minuscle differences for my own good"
Edited by Zenith Phantasm - 1/26/16 at 7:20pm
post #4054 of 4666
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Originally Posted by jtl999 View Post

Because I read the LED is hardwired to the USB power line and not MCU.

I don't know about all that because I haven't opened my fm yet but I can tell you from using it with 4 different computers and a usb powered hub that the gigabyte implementation of the charger port will always keep the mouse led on. Same with the powered usb hub I used. For reasons unknown to me the asus charger port only seemed to keep the mouse on 50% of the time. In a regular usb 2.0 port the mouse never stayed on after a shutdown in any of the computers. I wasn't testing the led specifically so a wasn't watching to see if usb 3.0 made a difference but I don't think it does
Edited by equlix - 1/26/16 at 7:46pm
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Because I read the LED is hardwired to the USB power line and not MCU.

I don't know about all that because I haven't opened my fm yet but I can tell you from using it with 4 different computers and a usb powered hub that the gigabyte implementation of the charger port will always keep the mouse led on. Same with the powered usb hub I used. For reasons unknown to me the asus charger port only seemed to keep the mouse on 50% of the time. In a regular usb 2.0 port the mouse never stayed on after a shutdown in any of the computers. I wasn't testing the led specifically so a wasn't watching to see if usb 3.0 made a difference but I don't think it does

I use it on my Asus Maximus VII Hero USB 2.0 port and it stays on all the time. Also Jude said the led is hardwired to be USB powered when I asked the question.
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FM2015 buyers still getting screwed months later with no 1000hz/mcu smoothing switch and no replacement mousefeet. Finalmouse listening to community feedback? applaud.gif

cheers.gif
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I use it on my Asus Maximus VII Hero USB 2.0 port and it stays on all the time. Also Jude said the led is hardwired to be USB powered when I asked the question.
I don't have a maximus VII hero to test with but I would guess it either has to do with the keybot port or with the ai software. You should be able to disable the charger+ function. Hopefully the scream 1 does not have this problem because I would be pissed if my fm led stayed on all the time.
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FM2015 buyers still getting screwed months later with no 1000hz/mcu smoothing switch and no replacement mousefeet. Finalmouse listening to community feedback? applaud.gif

cheers.gif

1000hz is not a necessary need for a gaming mouse, 500hz is more then enough. As for the replacement mouse feet, that is something that does need to be addressed imo, but that's something that can be done later down the line, I've had mine for 8 months and they're not showing any signs of wear and tear as of yet.
post #4059 of 4666
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Originally Posted by raiikd View Post

I use it on my Asus Maximus VII Hero USB 2.0 port and it stays on all the time. Also Jude said the led is hardwired to be USB powered when I asked the question.
There's also an option in most BIOS to turn this off if it really bothers you that much. This behavior is actually pretty common in many other peripherals with led lighting.
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Originally Posted by raiikd View Post

I use it on my Asus Maximus VII Hero USB 2.0 port and it stays on all the time. Also Jude said the led is hardwired to be USB powered when I asked the question.
There's also an option in most BIOS to turn this off if it really bothers you that much. This behavior is actually pretty common in many other peripherals with led lighting.

Never had it with steelseries rival or deathadder that's why I asked.
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