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post #841 of 4669
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

Hello Axaion,

We actually just finished with the firmware flasher !

Right now it is only available to finalmouse customers and professional players under non disclosure due to the open nature of the firmware source (if you are interested in testing it out please send me a PM). Once we can get it in a protected flasher we will make it updated to the public. We are working hard to get this ready asap!

And just my two cents, but with some of the other small tweaks we made I can very safely say the 3310 feels EVEN better than it did before. With our tests we noticed improved performance in nearly all benchmarks. I think people here on OCN will most definitely notice smile.gif

Very excited to hear what people think of the new FInalMouse Sensor performance!

Kind Regards,
Jude

That's great!
Now you just need to start selling it in Brazil (or on your own website, so I dont need to pay 70usd of taxes at Amazon tongue.gif)
post #842 of 4669
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

Hello Axaion,

We actually just finished with the firmware flasher !

Right now it is only available to finalmouse customers and professional players under non disclosure due to the open nature of the firmware source (if you are interested in testing it out please send me a PM). Once we can get it in a protected flasher we will make it updated to the public. We are working hard to get this ready asap!

And just my two cents, but with some of the other small tweaks we made I can very safely say the 3310 feels EVEN better than it did before. With our tests we noticed improved performance in nearly all benchmarks. I think people here on OCN will most definitely notice smile.gif

Very excited to hear what people think of the new FInalMouse Sensor performance!

Kind Regards,
Jude

If i had a finalmouse, i would test it in a heartbeat.
Alas i do not (at the moment wink.gif )
post #843 of 4669
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3. We have some exciting new updates that will be revealed soon within the next few weeks. A couple of those I can share now: We now have full rights to our tooling and thus have begun work on building new and improved molds. At the moment our focus is on making the minute industrial design touches that will give the FM a more refined polish. In correlation with this we will be moving to improved production facilities with far better injection molding machines. More updates to come!


Kind Regards and Happy Gaming,
Jude

Does this mean edits to the shape? or just improved quality control.
post #844 of 4669
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Originally Posted by FinalmouseJude View Post

Hello Axaion,

We actually just finished with the firmware flasher !

Right now it is only available to finalmouse customers and professional players under non disclosure due to the open nature of the firmware source (if you are interested in testing it out please send me a PM). Once we can get it in a protected flasher we will make it updated to the public. We are working hard to get this ready asap!

And just my two cents, but with some of the other small tweaks we made I can very safely say the 3310 feels EVEN better than it did before. With our tests we noticed improved performance in nearly all benchmarks. I think people here on OCN will most definitely notice smile.gif

Very excited to hear what people think of the new FInalMouse Sensor performance!

Kind Regards,
Jude

Is there any possibility of a 1000hz firmware still? I was originally going to do a review making a separate post, then you said there was a possibility of a 1000hz firmware, so I waited, then they started deleting or merging people's threads about the mouse into this one, so I didn't really know what to do.

As I already said several times, the mouse sensor is very responsive, beating mice response-wise such as the G302 that are supposed to have no post processing at all, but G302 definitely has more than G402. Even though the original Finalmouse firmware I tried has fast response, it didn't seem to quite have the precision as mice like the original 3g or MLT04, so it makes me wonder just how the new firmware has improved on that. I can sign NDA or whatever if you want me to test it.

If the mouse was able to get 1000hz support and maybe fix some of the button pre-travel to make the clicks more crsip and less mushy like a G9x or G402, the mouse would be taking big steps forward.

edit: also, can you talk about what motherboards you were seeing problems in? Is it a specific chipset or brand? I have z77, z87, and z97 boards.
Edited by r0ach - 3/11/15 at 8:30pm
post #845 of 4669
@r0ach

Hello R0ach,

Absolutely, send me a PM and I can arrange for you to flash your FM's sensor.

Please keep in mind this is actually an SROM flash. We worked closely with Pixart to actually modify the machine code at the hardware level to fix certain algorithms that were effecting the sensor. This relates to LOD, DPI changing due to surface calibration, and it also additionally improves sensor performance in other facets as well. (all "firmware" does it change certain register values)

There is still no 1000hz version since our current flasher we have developed is mainly meant to flash the new SROM, in addition to the fact that we have not proven 1000hz stability consistently enough on a majority of motherboards.

As for a motherboard list, we hope to have that complete by next week. There are certain timing and voltage issues we are finding in certain models.

Hopefully by next week a public srom flasher will also be available (a public version will essentially just protect some of the source code). We are very busy at the moment since we are switching factories and production facilities, in addition to modifying molds and adding industrial design polish.

Additionally our supply and production overseer overseas is informing us that there are domestic parties here in the states consistently inquiring about the FM srom, firmware, and trying to copy/duplicate/steal/defame certain sensor implementation IP and brand information (hopefully our legal can take care of it). This is another thing currently adding a bit of delay to our timetable. Once all this is taken care of I am confident we can put more development time into getting a stable 1000hz version along with a motherboard compatibility list.

And on a side note, Id like to take a moment to thank the OCN community for all the valuable engagement you have had with us. As a result we really took to heart the value of community engagement and we hope to continue discuss and conversing here for years to come. Having so many pages of comments, critique, advice, is more valuable than many realize, and from everyone here at FinalMouse we really want to thank the community for that. wubsmiley.gif

Kind Regards & Happy Gaming,
Jude
post #846 of 4669
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motherboard compatibility list.
can you explain the potential problems with certain motherboards? is it something like polling stability, voltage drops, some fixed delay, etc...??
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post #847 of 4669
@FinalmouseJude

Hey, when will it be possible (if ever) for me to purchase a Finalmouse here in Australia?
post #848 of 4669
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@FinalmouseJude

Hey, when will it be possible (if ever) for me to purchase a Finalmouse here in Australia?

ok $90 hf
post #849 of 4669
Does this mean that if I get a bad performing sensor, the firmware might fix it?

It's hard to justify the purchase for us euro's if the QC is anything like described in this thread
post #850 of 4669
I would normally have no hope in mouse manufactures to fix the issues, but I have so much hope for the evolution of finalmouse right now. They actually really listen to the community. Once the QC issues are resolved (At their current rate, it won't be too long) and I can select between a braded and a rubber cable, I'll be sold.
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