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wmo, ime3.0, imo1.1 rest mode led strobe frequencies are all close to 575hz
http://imgur.com/a/OoVnn
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well i've convinced myself at least that all my mlt04 run at ~9200fps
Cool. Could very well be that 6k was never a thing with these. Don't know where that came from to begin with; it was never in the MS specs afaik.
Can't you also check for full duty and back LED connection? Should both be constant instead of periodic, just that the back LED gets less juice.
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ya both are dc or 100% duty, as far as my photodiode can tell (the total bandwidth is something between 40 and 100khz)
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that mspaint thing earlier is fantastic
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used 600grit sandpaper instead

lol

at least you know for sure there's no smoothing

edit: ya that was stupid lol
the illumination on the mousepad is basically a static speckle pattern... of course the sensor would get confused

This looks exactly like the behaviour of my old Habu. It was probably just defective, but that was the reason why I invested time in mouse performance in the first place.
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at least now we know what aliasing ACTUALLY causes
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Has anyone tested the Skydigital Nmouse 4K yet?
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i'll check the srom versions of evga x3 vs ninox aurora tomorrow
both mice have srom's which begin with
6B 00 6B 74 2A F2 2F 13
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As a DeathAdder Chroma user I can say that is not bloatware.

The drivers that you get from synapse are much better than the basic microsoft ones.

Easily spotting a difference between the 2 from how your mouse moves on the screen with or without enhanced movement enabled in microsoft mouse settings.

https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3n3eze/geez_razer_can_you_wait_a_little_bit_before/
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First of all the Microsoft driver is inaccurate. It doesn't know how to handle the movement of the sensor and you mostly get something software made and believe me you can feel it.

As for the acceleration... the algorithm used by Razer Synapse feels to be the actual acceleration. It allows you to move your mouse normally but it starts accelerating the second you move your mouse with speed.

The Microsoft algorithm is completely based on your movement. Move your mouse slowly and the movement on the screen is going to be slow, move your mouse fast and the movement is going to be very fast. It's a very innacurate way of "mouse acceleration". Basically Mouse Acceleration happens only when you start moving fast but Microsoft's algorithm is named "Enhance pointer precision" and not "Mouse acceleration". It's good for the desk when you have a 600 dpi mice that you must use for both precision and efficient fast work-load, but not for home where no one is pressing you to do stuff.
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