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post #291 of 934
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

No performance difference that I know of, that's what I was pointing out to other member if his 3360 felt snappier than his 3366 it was a placebo and how important shape is because it just felt better to him. If anything was pointing out 3366 is better than 3360 with no smoothing and 50 CPI increments rather than 100 CPI steps.
^This. I agree! I've had the opportunity to game with 3310s, 3389s, 3360s and 3366 sensors and I couldn't really tell the difference. The shape, size and weight will contribute more on how 'snappy' a sensor is. Take my G303 vs. G900 for instance. The G303 is roughly 30 grams lighter than my G900 and it's also smaller. It makes whipping turns and snap aims so much easier than a G900 because of the weight and size. The kicker here is they both have the same sensor. Also, how well you do in a game might influence your perception on how good a mouse is. I personally aim better with a G303. Do I like using that mouse all the time? Nope (unless I enjoy the feeling of my hand cramping up due to the awkward shape). It depends on the game. I'd rather play Fallout 4 or MGS using a G900. If it comes to FPS that require quick reaction times, I'll use a lighter mouse.
post #292 of 934
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Originally Posted by miranavoo View Post

I've downloaded the software and i'm wondering if the test is valid. I got different results depending on the way i bump the mouse. So i tried my best to find a relatively stable contact point of G303's RMB (yellow) and DM1's LMB and below is the result: G303 wins

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Originally Posted by roz133 View Post

Damn I should have just linked you the english version soz biggrin.gif

Thanks for doing the test, the dm1 pro 3310 was faster than the g303 for me by 2-3ms so I was kinda expecting the same result. This isnt bad at all though.
Btw from what I've read testing button latency by bumping the buttons together is flawed. It factors In the actual shell/ button resistance instead of the actual click latency. A mouse might have better latency, but if the button is stiffer it's going to lose.
post #293 of 934
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

No performance difference that I know of, that's what I was pointing out to other member if his 3360 felt snappier than his 3366 it was a placebo and how important shape is because it just felt better to him. If anything was pointing out 3366 is better than 3360 with no smoothing and 50 CPI increments rather than 100 CPI steps.

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post #294 of 934
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

word. dat mouse got a bangin sensor implementation, yo.

Does that mean that your review of the DM1 Pro S is soon to be found on your channel?
post #295 of 934
What on earth is 'bangin' ? Positive or negative meaning, as I know what is banging but in totally different context smile.gif
post #296 of 934
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

word. dat mouse got a bangin sensor implementation, yo.
Really? Like someone said earlier. It could be a placebo effect but I honestly couldn't spot any drastic differences between any implementation of the 3366, 3310 or this 3360. They all feel about the same.
post #297 of 934
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Really? Like someone said earlier. It could be a placebo effect but I honestly couldn't spot any drastic differences between any implementation of the 3366, 3310 or this 3360. They all feel about the same.

its a placebo effect caused by the combination of shape, weight(distribution), 3360 and the hyperglide-like mousefeet. Honestly I've never had better ones, i can't describe how smooth the dm1 pro S feels on my zowie g-sr.

tracking heads became so easy, I can tell after 3 days that this is my endgame mouse.

It feels lighter than my WMO despite being heavier by 5 grams.
In addition, I can play with higher sens and still be precise af, I only had this ability on 2 other mice in my life before (WMO and DA 3G).

I completely lost interest in trying out other mice.
Edited by crzg - 8/10/16 at 7:46am
post #298 of 934
"Brain imaging techniques done by Emeran Mayer, Johanna Jarco and Matt Lieberman showed that placebo can have real, measurable effects on physiological changes in the brain."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Placebo

I haven't tried a mouse with 3360/6 yet, but the 3310 is slow as molasses.
post #299 of 934
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Originally Posted by Talon720 View Post


Btw from what I've read testing button latency by bumping the buttons together is flawed. It factors In the actual shell/ button resistance instead of the actual click latency. A mouse might have better latency, but if the button is stiffer it's going to lose.

Well, you're supposed to basically smash them together hard enough to overcome any difference in stiffness.
post #300 of 934
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

Really? Like someone said earlier. It could be a placebo effect but I honestly couldn't spot any drastic differences between any implementation of the 3366, 3310 or this 3360. They all feel about the same.

Twas' sarcasm.
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