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post #431 of 1505
I've been reading through this thread but haven't found what I've been looking for yet...

Do we know what sensor this thing is using yet?
post #432 of 1505
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Originally Posted by GridIroN View Post

I've been reading through this thread but haven't found what I've been looking for yet...

Do we know what sensor this thing is using yet?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1612427/razer-deathadder-elite-2016/340#post_25555188
post #433 of 1505
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Originally Posted by GridIroN View Post

I've been reading through this thread but haven't found what I've been looking for yet...

Do we know what sensor this thing is using yet?
Someone was generous enough to post the internals of this mouse. It's another 'modified' version of the 336x sensor only they're calling it the 3389. Razer does this EVERY year. Market the living daylights out of their products. If this is indeed "the best sensor in the world" (according to Razer), it'd be damn near impossible to see with the naked eye if this is any different than the 3310, 3366, 3360, 3989, etc. ad infinitum thumb.gif
post #434 of 1505
Well until someone does more testing I don't think it is 100% safe to say it is a modified 3360. It is extremely likely it is though.
post #435 of 1505
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Originally Posted by dakuzo View Post

And to reiterate PhiZaRoaH's experience. DPI and Polling Rate (500hz is default out of the box) do not get saved, but lighting options do get saved lol.
Hopefully its just a firmware fix away from storing DPI and Polling Rate.

 

post #436 of 1505
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Originally Posted by badben25 View Post

estimated click latency please?

It's good enough to not worry about. it's under 10ms or under.
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Originally Posted by Eutheran View Post

So you're saying they improved a fine design to break less? Don't understand why people are underwhelmed by this....

Seems like a fine thing to me.
post #437 of 1505
don't worry woll3, synapse is free!
post #438 of 1505
The default cpi steps aren't so bad. That 500Hz though...
post #439 of 1505
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post


Sorry, correction on the polling rate not being saved. Polling rate does get saved. Currently it is only custom dpi steps that are not saved.
post #440 of 1505
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Originally Posted by dakuzo View Post

Sorry, correction on the polling rate not being saved. Polling rate does get saved. Currently it is only custom dpi steps that are not saved.

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