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post #161 of 517
i like 10800 better, it is more cool than 12000 but anything past 1600 (as secondary DPI step for vehicles in game or something) is too much for me anyway. thumb.gif
post #162 of 517
As long as it's the 3360 and not the 3336 i'm cool.

Edit: i actually like 450 and 900 dpi. Would've been nice to have complete control over dpi steps, but i'll still buy this for the shape and sensor.
Edited by TriviumKM - 6/20/16 at 2:41pm
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Originally Posted by Peter Nixeus View Post


Does any one here use 12,000 CPI/DPI? I assumed the 2000 step would be more useful than 12000. But if the majority agrees, I can remove the 2000 step and replace it with the 12,000 step - although I don't recommend it.

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Nobody uses 12,000 DPI, even if 10,000 wasn't included nobody would even care. The most common steps are 400/800 outliers are 1000, 1200, 1600, 1800, and I guess some people may use higher on their desktop? But you're already reaching a ridiculously uncontrollable movement and tons of game engines won't even support sensitivities that high (aka the in-game slider won't be adjustable enough for it)

Example in the new game overwatch the slider goes from 1 to 100? If you use 400 dpi a common sensitivity is 9 or 10, 800 dpi a common is 5 or 6.. if you used 3,000 dpi you wouldn't be able to set the game low enough to even control the cursor.. don't care what your muscle memory is you cannot be accurate with a crosshair that moves 100 degrees in-game with the slightest motion. I mean look at the LOWEST DPI step you're only using 1/10th of the sensitivity options if you use 10. At 800 you're not even using 1/10th.. because those sensitives are about 360-390 degrees across say an 18" width pad. That's a fairly high yet very controllable sensitivity for a game where characters move quickly across screen space... use 3,000 dpi and you probably couldn't even control it with a sensitivity of 1

So if you did actually find someone complain about 12,000 dpi... I mean I'd personally just laugh it off (not trying to be rude but yeah) the steps you have a fine.. and from what it looks like you even hit outlier dpi steps with the 1,200 - 2000.. they can easily adjust in-game sensitivity. I look forward to release news and hope this one hits the mark cause I'm really trying to be done with buying gaming mice.. settled on a mousepad to use forever now just need its partner
Edited by ncck - 6/20/16 at 2:36pm
post #164 of 517
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Originally Posted by TriviumKM View Post

As long as it's the 3360 and not the 3336 i'm cool.

Edit: i actually like 450 and 900 dpi. Would've been nice to have complete control over dpi steps, but i'll still buy this for the shape and sensor.

Yep - its a 3360 sensor. Been playing and validating with it for almost 6 months now and I can understand why so many OCN community members want the 3360 in the shape we are offering. The performance difference is noticeable vs 5050, 3050, 3320, 3090, 3310 and other optical sensor mice.
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Nobody uses 12,000 DPI, even if 10,000 wasn't included nobody would even care. The most common steps are 400/800 outliers are 1000, 1200, 1600, 1800, and I guess some people may use higher on their desktop? But you're already reaching a ridiculously uncontrollable movement and tons of game engines won't even support sensitivities that high (aka the in-game slider won't be adjustable enough for it)

Example in the new game overwatch the slider goes from 1 to 100? If you use 400 dpi a common sensitivity is 9 or 10, 800 dpi a common is 5 or 6.. if you used 3,000 dpi you wouldn't be able to set the game low enough to even control the cursor.. don't care what your muscle memory is you cannot be accurate with a crosshair that moves 100 degrees in-game with the slightest motion. I mean look at the LOWEST DPI step you're only using 1/10th of the sensitivity options if you use 10. At 800 you're not even using 1/10th.. because those sensitives are about 360-390 degrees across say an 18" width pad. That's a fairly high yet very controllable sensitivity for a game where characters move quickly across screen space... use 3,000 dpi and you probably couldn't even control it with a sensitivity of 1

So if you did actually find someone complain about 12,000 dpi... I mean I'd personally just laugh it off (not trying to be rude but yeah) the steps you have a fine.. and from what it looks like you even hit outlier dpi steps with the 1,200 - 2000.. they can easily adjust in-game sensitivity. I look forward to release news and hope this one hits the mark cause I'm really trying to be done with buying gaming mice.. settled on a mousepad to use forever now just need its partner

I agree with your assessment - however, there is really no such thing as one mouse to rule all mice.

I thought I was done with buying mice after the Func MS-2 and DOTA 2 Rival - This is what happened to me since I started hanging out in OCN Mouse forums drunken.gif :

 
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Yep haha I started selling mice on eBay cause a corner in my room was being cluttered

There is no one mouse to rule them all because some prefer ergonomic, ambidextrous, and certain buttons etc

But on paper the "revel" is hitting a lot of important targets and so long as it performs well it will be very appreciated amongst the ambidextrous community and definitely something that competes directly with zowie and even steelseries who seem to be targeting people who want drawings out of LEDs? 😂
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So has the bottom of the mouse been finalized yet?
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I'm not going to to throw on the highest DPI setting that the sensor can do for the sake of marketing purposes.
you might as well, because i doubt anyone would prefer the 10800 step over 12000.

10800 seems completely arbitrary and you'll confuse reviewers since 3336 is 10800 max
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you might as well, because i doubt anyone would prefer the 10800 step over 12000.

10800 seems completely arbitrary and you'll confuse reviewers since 3336 is 10800 max

Just write 3360 on the box
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Does any one here use 12,000 CPI/DPI? I assumed the 2000 step would be more useful than 12000. But if the majority agrees, I can remove the 2000 step and replace it with the 12,000 step - although I don't recommend it.

10'000dpi is adequate for twin U3415W 34"s.

Anything smaller than that, requires sweeping movements on the mouse pad which is ridiculous when you're old. Better to make small movements to cover the whole length of the monitors, especially when it comes to selecting all your files to send, copy, print or delete.
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I thought I was done with buying mice after the Func MS-2 and DOTA 2 Rival - This is what happened to me since I started hanging out in OCN Mouse forums drunken.gif :


The BEST thing about this place is that you will find a bit more info on these input devices and then you will never stop at just buying ONE mouse anymore.

Welcome to the club for the addicted and there is no CURE, you shall forever keep on buying ever more of them simply because you can. That is what makes this place so great for us lot here, you get the info and you start the hunt for the next device.

You never get bored with the hunt sniper.gif .
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