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mcu?
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post


Just a quick question. How did Logitech manage to change the increments from 250 to 83.333 for the same sensor?

there's an undocumented (at least in the 3320 datasheet that i have) register than overrides the regular dpi register.
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I thought G100s has 4 frame smoothing?
yes


afaik am010 and 3320 are literally the same thing. they don't have srom's and if i understood google translate correctly, rafa literally transplanted am010 <-> 3320 between his mice and things still worked.

3329 may be different though.
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Originally Posted by dakuzo View Post

Cheaper and lighter than a sensor shroud rolleyes.gif

Or you can just ditch the weight inside and put up a thin plastic shroud.

Edit: Sensor LED already has a shroud of it's own, all they had to do is just make it larger so it covered the sensor as well. Kinda expected from 50$ mouse, not from razer though.
Edited by Melan - 7/19/16 at 6:35pm
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what's the purpose of a sensor shroud anyway?
afaik it's just to prevent ir light from leaking through translucent parts of the shell
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Just a quick question. How did Logitech manage to change the increments from 250 to 83.333 for the same sensor?

Blood magic, Logitech is actually run by red lanterns.
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

what's the purpose of a sensor shroud anyway?
afaik it's just to prevent ir light from leaking through translucent parts of the shell

Could help protect it from dust and the like, my Sica gets dusty on the inside (somehow) and it's a pain worrying about all the fiddly bits. TBH though I'd much rather have a scroll click shroud because it always gets a hair in it and forces me to go digging about in my mouse's innards.
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

what's the purpose of a sensor shroud anyway?
afaik it's just to prevent ir light from leaking through translucent parts of the shell

Need to prevent other light sources to mess with the sensor.

Else the LED used for the illumination could due to internal light leakage influence the sensor performance.
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Originally Posted by Skar View Post

3326? smile.gif

Nailed it - despite the new naming scheme.

The 30g acceleration are quite a step up from the 20g for the 3325.

Somehow I have some doubts.
post #188 of 419
So far so good, it could be better... just like every other mouse out there rolleyes.gif

[+] Light weight non-braided cable that is slightly elevated thumb.gif. Much better than Logitech's boat anchors.

[+] Configuration SW. At least they give you something that gives you configuration flexibility... unlike ___insert OEM/Zowie PRO Gamer mouse here___. I don't care much about the cloud thing since I just uninstall it after configuration.

[+] I can turn off the lights and it appears to save w/o Synapse. I personally don't care for lights on my mouse.

[+] I can change the Hz and it appears to save w/o Synapse. 1000Hz seems stable enough.

[-] CPI doesn't reliably save w/o Synapse... mad.gif

[+] Angle snapping seems low enough to me.

[+] Tracking speed seems to be above 3 m/s which is plenty for me. Need to do more testing on this.

[+] Lift-off distance is between 1-2 CDs on Puretrak Stealth and Allsop black raindrop.

[?] Not sure about CPI setting accuracy yet, will need some more testing.

[?] Not sure how responsive the sensor is, will need some in-game / comparison testings.

[+/-] Rubber side grips. Some people like them, some don't, I don't care either way as long as I can grip the mouse. Obviously can't tell about the durability, but I can say the ones on my Chroma seem to be holding up so far(over a year).

[?] They seem to have lifted the idea from Logitech to put feet around the sensor. There is a single piece rectangular ring with rounded edges that goes around the sensor. Need some more testing to see if this causes any problems.

[-] Why can't I unbind or rebind the CPI select button to something useful like MOUSE4 and have it save? I mean it already does save some things... so close yet so far.

[-] Feet have some sharp edges. Nothing snags yet but IMHO they could have done a better job rounding all of them not just the sensor ring.

To the others that have it opened up can you take a clean shot of both sides of the PCB? I'd like to see what kind of MCU it has and if programming pins are accessible... ph34r-smiley.gif

If anyone wants specific testing or comparative photos... anything that doesn't require opening it up I'll do my best.
Edited by microe - 7/20/16 at 11:04am
post #189 of 419
the best test (to see if stuff saves) is probably just unplugging the mouse and plugging it in again, with no synapse installed. or even better, plugging it into a different setup

nice to see a non-braided cable for once. do you have older (pre-braided) razer mice to compare it with? i'm mostly curious to how flexible it is
post #190 of 419
Yeah, I plug into a laptop that has never had Synapse installed to test.

It seems similar in feel to 3G DA and original 3.5G Abyssus. Cable length is slightly shorter than original Abyssus if that matters. Interesting touch, the plastic inside of the USB plug is green and not white. Doesn't affect anything and after you plug it in you can't see it biggrin.gif
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