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Native steps on G400 are 400/800/1800/3600
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800 and 3600 are native to SROM. 400 and 1800 are done by MCU.
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You think the G400/G400s Sensor is still good for now days standards?

i do, if you are ok with 400cpi or 800cpi that is. imo it quickly becomes too jittery.
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You think the G400/G400s Sensor is still good for now days standards?

I use the g400s as a competitive CS:GO player even after trying out a number of 3310 and 3366 mice to replace it. The g400s sensor at 400 or 800dpi is still pretty good even compared to modern sensors, with the only thing that's noticeably worse being the lift-off distance. The fact that the g400 shape is the only shape I can use with 100% comfort means that I have to put up with the high lift-off until a g400s clone with a 3366 or 3360 is released. If you want to use a dpi setting higher than 800 then the jitter starts to be an issue.
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You think the G400/G400s Sensor is still good for now days standards?

I'm still using a 3090.
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I'm still using a 3090.

I was talking to Alya(OC member for), he brought up how he still likes the 3090 personally. Told me to give the EC2/1 a run if I can find one and test the 3090 out.
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I was talking to Alya(OC member for), he brought up how he still likes the 3090 personally. Told me to give the EC2/1 a run if I can find one and test the 3090 out.

If that's the old zowie sensor that thing malfunctions 24/7 if you play low sensitivity - I couldn't even use it for a single match the sensor would shut off almost 5 times a game
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I was talking to Alya(OC member for), he brought up how he still likes the 3090 personally. Told me to give the EC2/1 a run if I can find one and test the 3090 out.

If that's the old zowie sensor that thing malfunctions 24/7 if you play low sensitivity - I couldn't even use it for a single match the sensor would shut off almost 5 times a game

I'm currently using a 3090 as well. I connected my old FK'14 and to my surprise the 3090 felt better than my 3310 mice.

I haven't run into any malfunction problems though.
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If that's the old zowie sensor that thing malfunctions 24/7 if you play low sensitivity - I couldn't even use it for a single match the sensor would shut off almost 5 times a game

I play 25cm/360 so never had it happen to me, the only problem I had was making small corrections with it because of the interpolated CPI steps, still feels better than any 3310 Zowie.
    
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