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Lowest click latency + Zalman m600r brick due 2 firmware

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Hello,

i'm looking for the mouse with the lowest click latency.

Is there an updated mouse click latency comparative stuff anywhere?

I like small mouse (my prefered shape is the logitech g100s)

i liked the mouse delay of the zalman zm m600r but it got break due to firmware update. It isnt even reconised by windows anymore.

Thanks for your help
post #2 of 10
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Logitech
post #4 of 10
Isn't there a utility for that? I have that model and I recall seeing something like that on skydigital's download page. Does it not turn into a USB device when you hold down left mb, right mb, scroll wheel, and the middle mouse button?
post #5 of 10
Why not get another M600R?

The G100s is probably the next good mouse with lowest click latency, after the M600R. Since you said you like it, it's a good choice.
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by badben25 View Post

Why not get another M600R?

The G100s is probably the next good mouse with lowest click latency, after the M600R. Since you said you like it, it's a good choice.


Logitech knows what they're doing.. vs the other companies just buying components off shelves and gluing them together biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by 3Shells View Post

Isn't there a utility for that? I have that model and I recall seeing something like that on skydigital's download page. Does it not turn into a USB device when you hold down left mb, right mb, scroll wheel, and the middle mouse button?

There isnt software for that.

The mouse isnt even reconized by windows. It's like i didnt plug anything when i connect it to an usb port...
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by badben25 View Post

Why not get another M600R?

The G100s is probably the next good mouse with lowest click latency, after the M600R. Since you said you like it, it's a good choice.

i'd like to try something else. Have you got any idea regarding low click latency mouse?
post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by nicolah View Post

i'd like to try something else. Have you got any idea regarding low click latency mouse?

Yeah, actually I've dug around and tried a lot. Not long ago, based on work by uaokkkk, qsxcv and others, I made a list for myself of mice and their click latencies since all that info is troublesome to go through on the forums. Here is a part of the list for you with only ambidextrous mice up till 10 ms (keeping the Ikari Optical as a 0ms baseline):
Code:
nmouse 4k fw1.18+ <--same thing as Zalman M600R
-0.3ms

ikari optical
0ms

xornet fw52
0.1ms

logitech g100s
1.4ms

ttesports talon blu
1.5ms

razer salmosa
3.1ms

azio exo1
3.6ms

logitech g302
4.1ms

logitech g303
4.3ms

razer abyssus 2014
7.1ms

steelseries rival 100
7.1ms

zowie fk1/fk2/za/ec-a
8.9ms

evga x3/x5
9ms

dreammachines DM1 Pro
9.3-11.3ms

roccat kiro
10ms

cougar 250M
12ms

Trying to keep to the lowest click latency is good, but I should say that in actual usage going up to 15-16ms won't bother anyone much. For anyone reading this, take it as a guideline and make up your own mind because other things might matter more for you than spec numbers.

Or obsess, this is OCN after all tongue.gif
Edited by badben25 - 6/29/16 at 5:37am
post #10 of 10
flashed firmware 2.26, flashing went ok: copied fw (.nuf file to drive), waited 1-2 minutes and reconnected mouse. LEDs can be turned off now.
more info at main thread
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