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its possible to lower the click latency with the firmware ?
post #892 of 2373
Whats wrong with the click latency?
post #893 of 2373
So what's the verdict on the beta firmware?

I'm using 3200dpi in games but can reduce to 1600dpi and doubling in-game sens to avoid mouse smoothing I suppose. That should also do the trick, right? Or is there a difference even under 2000dpi?

Also would be interested in new mouse feet once those are available.
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post #894 of 2373
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Originally Posted by raad11 View Post

So what's the verdict on the beta firmware?

I'm using 3200dpi in games but can reduce to 1600dpi and doubling in-game sens to avoid mouse smoothing I suppose. That should also do the trick, right? Or is there a difference even under 2000dpi?

Also would be interested in new mouse feet once those are available.

MCU smoothing was removed in the beta firmware. SROM (?) smoothing is still 2 frames <=2000cpi and 32 frames >=2100cpi
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MCU smoothing was removed in the beta firmware. SROM (?) smoothing is still 2 frames <=2000cpi and 32 frames >=2100cpi
What do MCU and SROM stand for?

So does the beta remove even the 2 frames <= 2100cpi amount of smoothing?
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post #896 of 2373
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Originally Posted by raad11 View Post

What do MCU and SROM stand for?

So does the beta remove even the 2 frames <= 2100cpi amount of smoothing?

MCU is Microcontroller Unit but I don't know what SROM ([Something] Read Only Memory?) means but I think it's linked more closely to the sensor.

And, no, the 2 frames of smoothing hasn't been taken away. It used to have more smoothing at 2000 and below but it was removed after the update.

Edit: Misleading last sentence. The whole 12,000 range used to have more smoothing but it was taken away to reduce it to 2 frames at 2000 and below and 32 frames at 2100 and above, or, in this case, the 400 - 2000 steps have 2 frames and the 3200 - 12,000 steps have 32 frames.
Edited by m0uz - 10/1/16 at 7:51am
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MCU is Microcontroller Unit but I don't know what SROM ([Something] Read Only Memory?) means but I think it's linked more closely to the sensor.

And, no, the 2 frames of smoothing hasn't been taken away. It used to have more smoothing at 2000 and below but it was removed after the update.

Edit: Misleading last sentence. The whole 12,000 range used to have more smoothing but it was taken away to reduce it to 2 frames at 2000 and below and 32 frames at 2100 and above, or, in this case, the 400 - 2000 steps have 2 frames and the 3200 - 12,000 steps have 32 frames.
How much smoothing was there under 2100cpi with the stock firmware?
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post #898 of 2373
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Originally Posted by raad11 View Post

How much smoothing was there under 2100cpi with the stock firmware?

No clue. Need to get qsxcv in here for that.

Edit: On a side note, I plugged mine in just now and it did that weird tracking issue again like it was switching randomly between 400 and 800
post #899 of 2373
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No clue. Need to get qsxcv in here for that.

Edit: On a side note, I plugged mine in just now and it did that weird tracking issue again like it was switching randomly between 400 and 800
So there are still bugs with the beta firmware I take it? Should I wait until a better version's out or do you recommend I install it? I don't want my mouse sens going crazy during a game or something.
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post #900 of 2373
Late to the party here. Looking for another option over the GPro since its wheel button is trash. How is it on this mouse? Easy to press without accidentally scrolling?

Would've already impulse bought it on Amazon, but the black wasn't available from them.
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