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post #321 of 352
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Originally Posted by wonderboysam View Post

Have never found a mouse that suited me better than my old diamondback, would love love love if razer bit the bullet and released an optical version.

Or Razer could put the Chroma Sensor inside their current shaped Diamondback cheers.gif .
post #322 of 352
The 5G sensor is perfectly fine, the z-axis issue is a little exaggerated IMO. If you play at 400-800 dpi it shouldn't affect gameplay much. It feels quite good actually, if not better than my other 3988 mice.
post #323 of 352
The z axis is there and very noticable for an advance user. Its ashame, the responsiveness and tracking is Very good..
g303 still king : ]
post #324 of 352
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Originally Posted by zzuper View Post

The z axis is there and very noticable for an advance user. Its ashame, the responsiveness and tracking is Very good..
g303 still king : ]

I haven't noticed it after playing competitive Overwatch and CS. but I play at 800dpi. If you play at a higher sensitivity you may notice it more. I have a g303 as well, but its so uncomfortable to use. Diamondback has a much better grip.
post #325 of 352
Did some experimenting, it seems like the surface calibration in synapse can affect the z-axis issue quite significantly. If you get a good calibration, making sure its smooth and at a constant speed, you can reduce the z-axis movement on liftoff a lot. Sometimes the calibration results don't seem consistent, which is why people might be reporting so many issues. I think Razer could easily address the issue with software if they really wanted to.

I also did some playing around and selected the pre-calibrated setting for the Razer Manticor and it reduced z-axis movement a lot, compared to setting it to say the Goliathus Speed.
post #326 of 352
so does anyone know the difference between diamondback + mamba's sensor vs 3366/3360? is this sensor just another 9800?
post #327 of 352
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Originally Posted by Dylan Nails View Post

so does anyone know the difference between diamondback + mamba's sensor vs 3366/3360? is this sensor just another 9800?

The difference is that the pln sensor uses laser to track while 3360 uses a little camera to track.

the 3360 is far superior.
post #328 of 352
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Originally Posted by zzuper View Post

The difference is that the pln sensor uses laser to track while 3360 uses a little camera to track.

the 3360 is far superior.
how is it superior though? does the pln have any issues or smoothing? does it have any tracking problems etc?
post #329 of 352
Above8 after he caught wind of the current discussion

post #330 of 352
lol "raw pte"
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