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Why is it capped at 127 counts? I was under the impression that most gaming mice declare more than 8-bits in their descriptor.

Yeah, I was wondering the same. My guess is they cheaped out somewhere.
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Can we get sensor latency (compared to WMO if you have one or 3366) and click latency graphs too? biggrin.gif

I'll see what I can do, but don't expect good results with either test. I haven't done the latency thing, so I need to read up on how that works.

Here's button latency against ZA11, only thing I have readily available

Rival 100 = A, ZA11 = B

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post #12 of 79
which switches are in the mouse?
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Originally Posted by subreach87 View Post

which switches are in the mouse?

Steelseries switches, whatever those actually are.
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which switches are in the mouse?
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Steelseries switches, whatever those actually are.

If they are SteelSeries branded, I think those are Zippy switches.
post #15 of 79
any comments on cable? looks pretty flexible
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Can we get sensor latency (compared to WMO if you have one or 3366) and click latency graphs too? biggrin.gif
i strongly doubt there is any sensor latency. doesn't look like there's any smoothing anywhere... 3050 should be very simple
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post #16 of 79
3050 has a very raw feeling compared to say 3988.

Isn't 3059 an AM010/3320 variant also ?
Edited by Brightmist - 11/7/15 at 4:47pm
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Isn't 3059 a AM010/3320 variant also ?

No. It's the very old ADNS-3050.
post #18 of 79
Well, 4.5 m/s @ 500 DPI for a 3050 variant sounds pretty good tbh, better than 3320/AM010 even.
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Well, 4.5 m/s @ 500 DPI for a 3050 variant sounds pretty good tbh, better than 3320/AM010 even.
Implying PCS is the only thing that determines the performance of a sensor. If only we could strap G402's gyro and accelerometer on a MLT04...
post #20 of 79
It's an important point of evaluation for a gaming mice, especially if you're playing using low sens like me.

As far as I can tell this is a pretty decent mouse.

And it can get better if:
>You're OK playing @ 500 DPI
>You can solder some new switches
>You can put on some new feet on top of stock to lower the LOD a bit

Only if it were 115 mm or shorter frown.gif
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