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post #51 of 73
All I can tell you is that my original IE3.0 is advertised 9000fps and starts with x80, is from 2006 and still working over 10 years later (daily heavy use). And runs 1000Hz USB no problem.

kr0w: who does that? maybe uaokkkkkkkk does.
Edited by JackCY - 8/25/16 at 2:16pm
post #52 of 73
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

You played worse during the transition period because you switched mouse, That says nothing about the mouse, only that you need to adjust..

I switch mice often. Some weeks I switch daily. That's why I keep five mice on my table.

I was switching between the G100s and the WMO every day.
post #53 of 73
I think everyone should get the IMO or IME..

Do NOT under any circumstance buy a WMO.. So much modding involved.. whereas the IMO, you can just use straight.
post #54 of 73
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

I think everyone should get the IMO or IME..

Do NOT under any circumstance buy a WMO.. So much modding involved.. whereas the IMO, you can just use straight.

I'm 90% happy with my black WMO.
post #55 of 73
You people are something else and a half.
I bought a IE 3.0 back around 2002-2003, I remember playing Unreal Tournament 2003 with it, but eventually ditched it for the broken sensor red version of the Razer Diamondback (the one that skipped pixels in one direction on the first count). Previous to that, I had a Pre-STE Intellmouse optical 1.0 (?) that had super low malfunction speed, and a 1.1a with the same sensor and speed as the IME 3.0. The 1.1a broke because I was getting doubleclicking and tried to "pry" the lever open to access the microswitch and broke it (back during those days I thought you could just lift it fully up. sue me). The IME 3.0 I gave to the guy I was living with. That was in like 2006 after I bought a Deathadder.

Wonder if he still has it....I could set this 6000 vs 9000 fps crap to end right now if he still had my mouse...probably doesn't.....
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post #56 of 73
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

I think everyone should get the IMO or IME..

Do NOT under any circumstance buy a WMO.. So much modding involved.. whereas the IMO, you can just use straight.

WMO feels pretty good stock to me. Feels amazing if you strip the stiff plastic off the cable though drool.gif
post #57 of 73
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I think everyone should get the IMO or IME...

Ergonomic shape disagreement and low PCS I'd never pick one up outside of testing purposes.
post #58 of 73
Yeah, the imo is the worst shape for me I have ever tried. Never tried an ime, but it would be a possible canidate if I was looking for something worse. The overall shape probably is marginally better for me than the imo, but the size would be an issue I'm sure.
post #59 of 73
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

3090 mice.

Well~ apparently depends on the srom. It might have been removed along the line subtly enough that brands didn't notice. Which could explain why random 3090 mice turn up with little to no srom smoothing when they are supposed to have it.
well srom 6b at the very least has no smoothing
if it did, the high frequencies here would be quieter than in white noise, but they're louder than in white noise instead. also the malfunctions wouldn't be so nasty.

it's not impossible for there to be some kind of internal smoothing or buffering going on in a way that doesn't show from a waveform point of view,, but at the very least it would be in a really bizarre way



qsxcv did this first: http://www.overclock.net/t/1595500/zalman-zm-m600r-pics/30#post_25032865
post #60 of 73
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WMO feels pretty good stock to me. Feels amazing if you strip the stiff plastic off the cable though drool.gif

HOLD ON, so you are saying stripping off the rubber cable gives you a functioning WMO thinking.gif ?

Thought that stripping off the rubber will show the bare wiring which will come into contact with other metal surfaces and short the mouse. How could you use the WMO without any problems like that occurring?
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