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post #201 of 426
Thanks guys! Looks like bottom is the same as Abyssus 2014. Hopefully it will glide smoothly on my Qck+
I thought the CPI settings can be saved on the Mouse, then software can be uninstalled.
post #202 of 426
I'm enjoying this mouse. It performs well, and physically I have no substantial complaints.

Kudos to Razer tbh. They managed to not crap the bed on this one. 800/1800 is all I'd ever need for anything, so the default DPI steps are fine. I set 1000hz and the LED to light blue, RIP'd Synapse and it's smooth sailing. The tracking feels "right". Immediately feels better than 3310 (in general) imo, the responsiveness is more present to me. Gonna take some time to directly compare to 3366 in-game.

It kinda came out at an ideal time for Razer to nab my money to use as a "pacifier" until the Revel (which tbh, is going to have a hard time beating this shape-wise). All the clicks (M1/2/MMB) feel great, as well as one of the better scroll wheels I've used (not a fan of heavy/defined scrolls). I'm usually not a fan of rubber grips but due to the shape they're fine and superior to the '14. Love the thin rubber cord as well. I might get around to removing the weight but I'll wait for the Revel before I buy spare skates.

Overall a very solid product. Should be ~$10 cheaper imo, but it's definitely a legitimate revision.
post #203 of 426
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No need to just take my word for it.

You can dig out some old avago spec showing the sensitivity towards different wavelengths and light levels.

For example a 3060 had a light level sensitivity from 20-120 to 6000-7200 mW/m² with wavelengths ranging from 639-875 nm.

The "relative responsivity" graph even starts with 40% at 400 nm and below 10% with close to 1000 nm.

i know this aleady.

the question is how significant the light bleed of the decorative LEDs through the sensor lens is compared to the direct lighting of the sensor LED. the illumination from the sensor LED is quite intense and its contribution to the signal at the sensor's array should be at least an order of magnitude greater than the contribution from scattered light from the other LEDs.
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post #204 of 426
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

I'm enjoying this mouse. It performs well, and physically I have no substantial complaints.

They managed to not crap the bed on this one. 800/1800 is all I'd ever need for anything, so the default DPI steps are fine. I set 1000hz and the LED to light blue, RIP'd Synapse and it's smooth sailing. The tracking feels "right". Immediately feels better than 3310 (in general) imo, the responsiveness is more present to me. Gonna take some time to directly compare to 3366 in-game.
Overall a very solid product. Should be ~$10 cheaper imo, but it's definitely a legitimate revision.

^ I start liking things about aby16 more, when i am also happy with my money situation, i might go for it. Shape is nearly perfect
post #205 of 426
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

I'm enjoying this mouse. It performs well, and physically I have no substantial complaints.

Kudos to Razer tbh. They managed to not crap the bed on this one. 800/1800 is all I'd ever need for anything, so the default DPI steps are fine. I set 1000hz and the LED to light blue, RIP'd Synapse and it's smooth sailing. The tracking feels "right". Immediately feels better than 3310 (in general) imo, the responsiveness is more present to me. Gonna take some time to directly compare to 3366 in-game.

It kinda came out at an ideal time for Razer to nab my money to use as a "pacifier" until the Revel (which tbh, is going to have a hard time beating this shape-wise). All the clicks (M1/2/MMB) feel great, as well as one of the better scroll wheels I've used (not a fan of heavy/defined scrolls). I'm usually not a fan of rubber grips but due to the shape they're fine and superior to the '14. Love the thin rubber cord as well. I might get around to removing the weight but I'll wait for the Revel before I buy spare skates.

Overall a very solid product. Should be ~$10 cheaper imo, but it's definitely a legitimate revision.

what do you mean by ripd sysnapse you uninstall it after? Also what mouse pad are you using? and is it stable at 1000hz cause default is 500hz
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post #206 of 426
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

I'm enjoying this mouse. It performs well, and physically I have no substantial complaints.

Kudos to Razer tbh. They managed to not crap the bed on this one. 800/1800 is all I'd ever need for anything, so the default DPI steps are fine. I set 1000hz and the LED to light blue, RIP'd Synapse and it's smooth sailing. The tracking feels "right". Immediately feels better than 3310 (in general) imo, the responsiveness is more present to me. Gonna take some time to directly compare to 3366 in-game.

It kinda came out at an ideal time for Razer to nab my money to use as a "pacifier" until the Revel (which tbh, is going to have a hard time beating this shape-wise). All the clicks (M1/2/MMB) feel great, as well as one of the better scroll wheels I've used (not a fan of heavy/defined scrolls). I'm usually not a fan of rubber grips but due to the shape they're fine and superior to the '14. Love the thin rubber cord as well. I might get around to removing the weight but I'll wait for the Revel before I buy spare skates.

Overall a very solid product. Should be ~$10 cheaper imo, but it's definitely a legitimate revision.

I'm not sure why, but I Just cant get used to it. It feels weird to me.
post #207 of 426
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what do you mean by ripd sysnapse you uninstall it after? Also what mouse pad are you using? and is it stable at 1000hz cause default is 500hz
Yeah, uninstalled it after I got everything set. The mouse saves everything onboard besides any custom DPI steps you assign. Right now I'm using a Mionix Alioth XXL (pretty much my "default" pad due to size) and I also played around w/ it on a Razer Manticor for a bit. Both were fine. 1000Hz is pretty stable.
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I'm not sure why, but I Just cant get used to it. It feels weird to me.
The mouse itself or the sensor tracking?
post #208 of 426
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

Yeah, uninstalled it after I got everything set. The mouse saves everything onboard besides any custom DPI steps you assign. Right now I'm using a Mionix Alioth XXL (pretty much my "default" pad due to size) and I also played around w/ it on a Razer Manticor for a bit. Both were fine. 1000Hz is pretty stable.
The mouse itself or the sensor tracking?

I think it's the tracking. I don't hate the shape. I'm misclicking a lot in games, I don't really feel confident chasing people through the woods in Dota. I'm always either overshooting my click, or undershooting it. Even just using a browser window, when I snap the cursor to minimize or maximize the window, I feel like there's moments where it's suddenly either going slower than it should, or faster.
post #209 of 426
That's what happens when you change sensors

Sensors have speed-related-accuracy-variance curves and they all have slightly different curves
post #210 of 426
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I think it's the tracking. I don't hate the shape. I'm misclicking a lot in games, I don't really feel confident chasing people through the woods in Dota. I'm always either overshooting my click, or undershooting it. Even just using a browser window, when I snap the cursor to minimize or maximize the window, I feel like there's moments where it's suddenly either going slower than it should, or faster.
Hm, could that just be a result of not quite being used to the shape/weight just yet? Tracking feels quite "clean" and uninhibited to me on the v2.

Also, I recall people coming from say a 3310 and going to the 3366 that had reported the latter feeling "looser" and more unsteady for them. What you're experiencing could be along those lines.

I've yet to mis-click with this mouse, which I did all the time with the G303 (and sometimes G900). The way I hold certain mice I have to "hover" my middle finger over M2, not the case with this. But yeah the clicks themselves are pretty light yet have that "crispness" I love.
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