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post #211 of 423
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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?

If I set it to 600 DPI then uninstall the software, would it stay on 600 DPI as long as I don't press the DPI button?
post #212 of 423
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Originally Posted by ENZOxWOLF View Post

If I set it to 600 DPI then uninstall the software, would it stay on 600 DPI as long as I don't press the DPI button?
Yes.
post #213 of 423
It could be both of those things. I never really had trouble adjusting to the 3310 or the 3336. I remember feeling the same thing I described above when I used the g100s. It always felt inconsistent to me. They both feel fine in first person shooters, but when I'm clicking on very small things and moving them around the map, it just feels strange. The abysus feels a bit more extreme to me than the g100s did.
Edited by Venrar - 7/21/16 at 5:50pm
post #214 of 423
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Originally Posted by dakuzo View Post

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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

Napkin over sensor. Why am I not surprised.
Cheaper and lighter than a sensor shroud rolleyes.gif

You do know that a little Black Coloured Silicone, can be used to totally enshroud that sensor and at the same time make it waterproof coolsmiley02.gif .
post #215 of 423
can the dpi button be disabled? does the dpi save + dpi button stay disabled if you uninstall synapse?
post #216 of 423
According to posts from the last couple pates, the current DPI saves but the settings reset
post #217 of 423
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

According to posts from the last couple pates, the current DPI saves but the settings reset

The hz and current dpi save but if you use the dpi button then the steps reset is what I'm reading. Sounds stupid and probably intentional to make you keep synapse
post #218 of 423
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

Sounds stupid and probably intentional to make you keep synapse

They always improve the enslavement of Synapse upon it's 'idiot' users.

SOON you can't even have a working mouse without first downloading and installing their Bloatware, to actually make it work.

Nice one Razer, you keep delivering less and less as time goes by sozo.gif .
post #219 of 423
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

They always improve the enslavement of Synapse upon it's 'idiot' users.

SOON you can't even have a working mouse without first downloading and installing their Bloatware, to actually make it work.

Nice one Razer, you keep delivering less and less as time goes by sozo.gif .

God forbid you have to do a firmware update, because the program takes five minutes to install.
post #220 of 423
most legacy software/drivers from razer were not much different. they had to be (kept) installed in order for the mouse to be customizable at all. it also wasn't rare for the software to crash or cause freezes of your mouse or even entire PC.
it's crazy how bad razer has been with software since the very beginning. same goes for firmware unfortunately.

logitech is not perfect by any means but certainly a big step up in terms of consistency and reliability. i'm under the impression they're the only capable company :-/ unfortunately i don't really like their mice
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