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post #101 of 717
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Originally Posted by Ufasas View Post

Can do all lineup with G line, couple of zowies and SS, couple of razers, never did bump test. And i have day off monday , so daylight photos are best.

Do it with any one of the Logitech mice.

http://www.bloody.com/en/download.php

The very last application.
post #102 of 717
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Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ufasas View Post

Can do all lineup with G line, couple of zowies and SS, couple of razers, never did bump test. And i have day off monday , so daylight photos are best.

Do it with any one of the Logitech mice.

http://www.bloody.com/en/download.php

The very last application.
^
Please do.
post #103 of 717
The name of the sensor suggests it's a succesor to the 3310... but that's probably not true. How does the performance compare to the 3310 though?
post #104 of 717
Probably better than 3310 because the number is higher rolleyes.gif
post #105 of 717
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Originally Posted by yinx View Post

The name of the sensor suggests it's a succesor to the 3310... but that's probably not true. How does the performance compare to the 3310 though?

3320 is the public variant of the AM010 found in some of Logitech's stuff like the G302. Objectively, it has a lower max speed than 3310. Subjectively, some say it feels more raw than 3310. IIRC logitech said for one of the mice using it that it has zero smoothing under 2000DPI, but I dunno if that's something that applies to every mouse with it due to the shenanigans of the same sensor performing differently across different mice/firmwares.
post #106 of 717
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post


Disclaimer: I do not have all those fancy tools at my disposal to messure real cpi, or max tracking speed. Someone with those has to test this thing in that regard.

**** man, if I had sujoys test rig I'd gladly kiss playing games goodbye for the next 6 months.

As for the 3320, I'll assume Pixart is naming it because it's a newer architecture? Not because of superiority reasons?

Only so much you can gleam before you hit that NDA wall with "NOPE" written on it.
post #107 of 717
Hey guys,

i got it a week ago.
have to say its really well made and cursor feels raw.
sorry for bad picture quality, its just for size comparison


i loved my mx300 but cant stand the buttons and scroll anymore
my g100s got button issue and lod was weird.

im very impressed by cm, also had alcor a year ago, played best with it
and now that the xornet2 got adjustable lod and button response, its a perfect alternative
Edited by cr4zyprod1gy - 11/2/15 at 9:28am
post #108 of 717
Still not available anywhere in the UK, whats going on CM?
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post #109 of 717
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

As for the 3320, I'll assume Pixart is naming it because it's a newer architecture? Not because of superiority reasons?
I was being sarcastic
post #110 of 717
In stock from next week in the UK according to Cooler Master UK's twitter. https://twitter.com/CoolerMasterUK/status/661236548860559360
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