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is this sensor a razer edition of the 3080 sensor?

never had either of those mice so i'm wondering if its performance is equal or less than that of the mx 518.

does it have prediction?

i bought the sketchy looking krait off newegg since it seemingly has the same internals apart from switches.
post #2 of 13
Post some mousetester results and paint tests. I can check if it's legit or not. Slight prediction is ok, btw. I have two Kraits. (2007 ofc)
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Originally Posted by jaffa2843 View Post

Post some mousetester results and paint tests. I can check if it's legit or not. Slight prediction is ok, btw. I have two Kraits. (2007 ofc)

i don't have it yet i'm just asking in general because i never owned one and i'm curious of the performance. i play with a low sens in cs:go and i cause my mice to malfunction pretty easily so i'm hoping it won't be the case with the 3088 >.>

also i love some prediction so i'm hoping it does.
post #4 of 13
are you refering to the old krait? i have one here if you really want to compare if yours is legit

also this might interest you: http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1265679
i personally liked the diamondback sensor over the mx510 back in the day tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by ramen ramon View Post

are you refering to the old krait? i have one here if you really want to compare if yours is legit

also this might interest you: http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1265679
i personally liked the diamondback sensor over the mx510 back in the day tongue.gif

wish i could get a diamondback without paying $200+ rip.

krait sensor is quite a bit better than the malfunction speed of the g100s so would prob be decent for me
post #6 of 13
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ahh krait is stuck at 125hz unless you OC which will get you banned in ESEA now.. RIP
post #7 of 13
The Diamondback has angle snapping.
post #8 of 13
Both have a rather low perfect control speed iirc, I tested my DB 3G a while ago and it was around 1,7 m/s...
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post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by espgodson View Post

is this sensor a razer edition of the 3080 sensor?

never had either of those mice so i'm wondering if its performance is equal or less than that of the mx 518.

does it have prediction?

i bought the sketchy looking krait off newegg since it seemingly has the same internals apart from switches.

Honestly unless you had one in the past, there's hardly any reason to chase after these mice. The fake krait was awful, they couldn't even get the size,shape and weight right.

It's all about the shape. That's why certain people remember it fondly. Hate it or love it.
Edited by uaokkkkkkkk - 3/5/16 at 2:52am
post #10 of 13
Just tried my Kraits. I had no problems with them at all in-game. Right now the max speed I've reached is 2,2 m/s. (In-game, so it's not a swipe test. And I played pretty relaxed right now, just a few rounds) And I had no problems with it before. I'd totally recommend it if you like the grip and you can get it cheap.

OC'd to 500 Hz @400 CPI.
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