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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

It should be fine. 3360 sensors have more smoothing at higher DPI, but the logitech 3366 version does not. You may have issues in certain games with such a high DPI though. I don't know how common it is anymore, but some games used to have problems if they got too many counts from the mouse in a single frame. I don't think CS has that issue though, but I'm not 100% sure.

Using this mouse at it's full 12000 dpi would be insane but it would serve a purpose on a 52 inch high resolution screen.

My old MLT04 mice are useless at anything over 24 inches so it's good to have a mouse that can do the obscene dpi, necessary for those addicted to fast swiping and selection.
post #1502 of 1519
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Originally Posted by Elrick View Post

Using this mouse at it's full 12000 dpi would be insane but it would serve a purpose on a 52 inch high resolution screen.

My old MLT04 mice are useless at anything over 24 inches so it's good to have a mouse that can do the obscene dpi, necessary for those addicted to fast swiping and selection.

I wouldn't use it for desktop use, but I tested 12000 dpi with my sensitivity adjusted for the same cm/360 in CS and it felt 100% fine to me. While there isn't really any reason to do it and I don't like constantly switching DPI there isn't any big reason not to do it with the 3366. I think that might be the only sensor where that is true though. There is some ripple at really high dpi probably, but it really isn't that bad at all. When I was trying to test the ripple at those DPIs in paint I felt like part of it was actually from my hand struggling to control that dpi in a 2d environment. If I move normal distances where my hand isn't struggling extremely hard and I was doing natural movement I didn't notice any ripple, but I was moving quite a few counts at a time if I did any reasonably natural motion.
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Originally Posted by chr1spe View Post

I wouldn't use it for desktop use, but I tested 12000 dpi with my sensitivity adjusted for the same cm/360 in CS and it felt 100% fine to me. While there isn't really any reason to do it and I don't like constantly switching DPI there isn't any big reason not to do it with the 3366. I think that might be the only sensor where that is true though. There is some ripple at really high dpi probably, but it really isn't that bad at all. When I was trying to test the ripple at those DPIs in paint I felt like part of it was actually from my hand struggling to control that dpi in a 2d environment. If I move normal distances where my hand isn't struggling extremely hard and I was doing natural movement I didn't notice any ripple, but I was moving quite a few counts at a time if I did any reasonably natural motion.

Yeah, I think that I will stay with 12000DPI and sens 0.0666666666666667 in csgo.

On the first night it was pretty weird to use 12000dpi on Windows. But the next day I was able to get used to it and with each passing day I could have more control in tiny movements.

I was using this dpi on windows to get more control in tiny movements.

I use 800/1600/12000 dpi now. 800 when playing osu!, 1600 when tired of using 12000dpi on Windows tongue.gif and 12000 on cs go.

This video show what I'm talking about:(that I feel better when using low sensitivity)
https://youtu.be/NUiGkDB_48s

and...

what about this:


Because of this I lowered my dpi to 3200... but I feel that 12000dpi(sens 0.06) is better for me, more comfortable than 3200dpi(sens 0.25)
Edited by Crymore13 - 4/22/17 at 4:08am
post #1504 of 1519
I guess i have to get my g pro swaped then, i must have gotten really unlucky because it seems very rare with faulty g pro's.
good job logitech
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I've been to a both at a convention here that customize G Pros (among other peripherals) at a steep cost. The end result is custom artwork and a gloss finish.

I held their gloss sample and was sold. The grip was glorious. It felt perfect. Only a matter of time before I get one.

It's an insane price tag unfortunately. I am eligible for a discount but at that price it's the same as a G900 from Logitech site. I'm not buying just yet.

They're tossing the idea around for Ship-In customization but nothing concrete. It would be much cheaper. If people here commit to buying one it may sway them into enabling that's service sooner rather than later.

I am shooting them an email this week if any one else wants something to be asked about their services.
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

I've been to a both at a convention here that customize G Pros (among other peripherals) at a steep cost. The end result is custom artwork and a gloss finish.

I held their gloss sample and was sold. The grip was glorious. It felt perfect. Only a matter of time before I get one.

It's an insane price tag unfortunately. I am eligible for a discount but at that price it's the same as a G900 from Logitech site. I'm not buying just yet.

They're tossing the idea around for Ship-In customization but nothing concrete. It would be much cheaper. If people here commit to buying one it may sway them into enabling that's service sooner rather than later.

I am shooting them an email this week if any one else wants something to be asked about their services.

Do you have any images of the custom artwork? If the new Kone pure doesn't work for me I would be interested. Doubly interested if we could somehow work out a bulk order for a more reasonable price here on OCN.
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Originally Posted by FatalProximity View Post

Do you have any images of the custom artwork? If the new Kone pure doesn't work for me I would be interested. Doubly interested if we could somehow work out a bulk order for a more reasonable price here on OCN.

Didn't take photos unfortunately. Was very busy with the convention as a whole and didn't spend too much time at the booth beyond holding, clicking, and talking about the labor. I spent maybe 6 or so minutes discussing with one of the booth persons.

I did inquire about the coating to one of the leads at the booth, process and such and it's legit when explained (I'm familiar w/ it) and feels good in the hand using their model. The artwork is more to showcase what can be done and should eventually lead to custom artwork provided it can be done.



They do keyboards and such too.

So far the cost details: Things are pretty pricey at the moment since you have to buy the mouse plus the labor. Eventually your own artwork should (a maybe) come and the idea is to allow ship-in orders where you send them the mouse and they customize it for you to make the price more accessible. Currently you have to buy the mouse and the labor. Very pricey. You';d have to want something like this very badly for the price charged.

I managed to snag a small discount provided I mention who I was in my inquire email. It's still super steep. I also mentioned for ship-ins there might be a little community interest solely for the gloss coating. I'll try to ask if coating alone can be done for even less, or use a basic coloring scheme plus gloss. This would dramatically reduce the cost as I'm told.

Lastly, for usability, everything worked. It felt super grippy, all the buttons functioned as they do on a normal G Pro, and the lighting works too. Seems to be well done so far.

URL is here.

They want to expand to the more popular mice. So the Prodigy mice, Deathadder, were cited as hopefuls and more confusing options like the Scrimtar are for sale.

Again I'll be keeping in contact with the person I talked to this week.
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

Again I'll be keeping in contact with the person I talked to this week.

Awesome, let us know when you hear from them. Would be great if they could come with some standard colors instead of custom to reduce the price.
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Holy cannoli 175$ lol

That thing is sick but idk if i can stomach 175$ for a mouse that's on sale for 40$ right now
post #1510 of 1519
The painter from the auto service center will do it cheaper and better
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