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yet he interpolated deathadder chroma?
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His statement is otherwise correct though, Razer has never really artificially raised CPI beyond what is offered to them by manufacturer...

Yeah, what he is actually saying is that Razer doesn't inflate the maximum DPI of a mouse through interpolation. While this is a true statement (as far as I know), it really is a meaningless fact, that also implies that super high DPI numbers really matter.

The bigger thing I'd point to is that his statement is misleading by omission. Certain DPI and sensitivities have been/are obviously interpolated through software, but Razer ignores these instances where interpolation occurs and would actually matter (if it does at all), and the consumer goes away thinking that "Razer mice aren't interpolated".

To say nothing of the other problems that have historically plagued Razer mice.
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post #23 of 25
there's different terminology for this stuff apparently. what razer meant by "interpolate" is what you would call "extrapolate". and what you call "interpolate" is what skylit once called "dropping counts"

regardless it's irrelevant
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Yeah, what he is actually saying is that Razer doesn't inflate the maximum DPI of a mouse through interpolation. While this is a true statement (as far as I know), it really is a meaningless fact, that also implies that super high DPI numbers really matter.

The bigger thing I'd point to is that his statement is misleading by omission. Certain DPI and sensitivities have been/are obviously interpolated through software, but Razer ignores these instances where interpolation occurs and would actually matter (if it does at all), and the consumer goes away thinking that "Razer mice aren't interpolated".

To say nothing of the other problems that have historically plagued Razer mice.

Well yes.. DA3.5G with Synapse driver just recalculates the 3500 DPI registry for every setting which is kinda bull**** smile.gif

I understand where min tan is coming from, but I don't think he's aware of all the little quirks involving his and competitor mice.
Edited by jsx3 - 7/20/16 at 7:05am
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It could be worse. He could be Robert Krakoff. cringe
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