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Question regarding the Roccat kone pure military.

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Has the dpi bug of the roccat kone pure military been fixed?
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Originally Posted by GrinNeXuS View Post

Has the dpi bug of the roccat kone pure military been fixed?

Not sure what DPI bug you mean. I used the mouse for like 1 day on 800 DPI and 2.1 sensitivity on CS:GO and didn't have any issues .
post #3 of 30
The DPI bug does not occur when liftoff distance calibration is enabled.
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

The DPI bug does not occur when liftoff distance calibration is enabled.

I have it disabled so off(default) and I don't have any dpi bug, but i was just wondering if they have fixed it with the latest firmwares.
post #5 of 30
Not as far as I'm aware but I haven't checked in a couple months.
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Originally Posted by Twiffle View Post

Not sure what DPI bug you mean. I used the mouse for like 1 day on 800 DPI and 2.1 sensitivity on CS:GO and didn't have any issues .

I mean the dpi bug where you set let's say 800 dpi and 2 in game in cs go where a 360 should result in a movement of 20.8 cms but it does it in 17 cms, it was a bug when the mouse was released.
post #7 of 30
Yeah, good explanation for people who haven't seen it yet.
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Originally Posted by GrinNeXuS View Post

I mean the dpi bug where you set let's say 800 dpi and 2 in game in cs go where a 360 should result in a movement of 20.8 cms but it does it in 17 cms, it was a bug when the mouse was released.
isn't that what they call negative acceleration? I doubt it has that sort of bug anymore. I mean if you check every thread regarding KPM you see only positive things about it! It is a great mouse. I loved it myself, was just a disappointment that it was so flat. In my opinion it tracked even better than my Zowie EC1-A/EC2-A and Zowie ZA 12 . Not sure is it cause of the mouse feet or just cause the sensor is just well implemented in it. All I can say about the mouse is that... it ....truly... is a beast.
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It's not negative acceleration, the DPI would literally change over time if you didn't have liftoff distance calibration enabled.
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

It's not negative acceleration, the DPI would literally change over time if you didn't have liftoff distance calibration enabled.
DPI would change for not calibrating lift off? Never heard of this one.
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