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Direct link to the spreadsheet.

Negative latencies: I have used the SteelSeries Ikari as the baseline hence it is 0ms. Anything else at 0ms means it has the same click latency as Ikari. Anything in negative numbers means it is faster than the Ikari by that amount.
Currently the only way to benchmark is comparatively, since an absolute minimum is not known. (Please give it some thought.)


Some time ago I became very interested in click latency, so I started following and digging through numerous forum threads, mousing blogs and mouse review pages. I have been making a list for myself and have been very particular in keeping the list accurate and up to date. I went through with it in order to collect information for my own self, but I think it will be useful to others too. If anyone spots a possible correction, please post here so we can verify and maintain this list.

I will be updating this list whenever there is something to be updated.
Almost all of these results are at 1000Hz polling rate. I have also tried to mention the best firmware versions wherever I could.
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The information to put this together is messy and unorganized, but here's where some of it is from: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

I have used many sources, though I'd like to thank:
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Some links to KeyResponse PK for 'bump testing':
Latest release here (direct link)
Official webpage (scroll down the page)
Last version with old interface (without timer, easier to use)
Edited by badben25 - 12/16/16 at 2:26am
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Note to Mods: If this thread crosses any rules, please PM me before modifying/deleting anything. I will do the requested changes myself; it was a lot of work to do this. Thanks.

If required, maybe this thread should be a sticky so it can help more members.


I am looking for some verifications and hoping someone can help:

# Why is the Roccat Savu fw1.18 and 1.20 the best? Was it improved tracking? What is the click latency on these?

# I was corrected that all SteelSeries Kinzu v1 releases have good click latency. Need latency numbers from other releases apart from P/N:62010.

# The Logitech G402 and G303 have new firmware that has made them slower. Need to verify this and the firmware version number.

# The click latency of SteelSeries Rival 100 (yes, again) and firmware version number.

# Delay between left and right click on DM1 Pro S and Nixeus Revel?


I want to add click latency of:

SteelSeries Rival (on fw newer than 1.2.0.0)

SteelSeries Rival 300

SteelSeries Sensei / Sensei Raw

Logitech G502

Finalmouse Tournament Pro

Finalmouse Scream One

Roccat Kone Pure Optical (with fw number)

Roccat Kone Pure Military (on fw newer than 1.10)

Genius GX Scorpion M6-600, M6-400


Help me out, OCN members!
Edited by badben25 - 7/25/17 at 4:05pm
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I could only give values against the G303 at best, don't have any of the faster ones readily available.

Also look into adding a table instead of plain text.
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Ty very much smile.gif Exactly what I needed.
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> Roccat Kone Pure Military (on fw newer than 1.10)

My WMO at 1000hz is ~8ms slower than my KPM FW1.11. Give or take an ms.

It's probably exactly the same as fw1.10.

Also my abyssus v2 is ~approximately~ halfway between the WMO 1000hz and the KPM fw1.11.
Edited by wareya - 8/6/16 at 10:31am
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I could only give values against the G303 at best, don't have any of the faster ones readily available.

Also look into adding a table instead of plain text.

That would do as well. We could still adjust figures into the list. For now I'll take anything and everything in regards to the missing info.
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Nice idea, but you're better off creating a Google Spreadsheet and sharing it publicly. Would be much better having the ability to sort highest to lowest and vice versa. It would also be much tidier.
    
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I'll get onto it as soon as I can. Are there any additional points or ideas for it? I will be making a table and possibly a chart/graph as well.
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