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post #521 of 1556
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

horrific DPI scaling on low speeds for PTE,

In my opinion the answer to that is unclear. Sorta like the 3090 4000dpi srom having smoothing.

edit: to clarify I am referring to Razer's involvement. If anything they just implemented an srom feature.
Edited by uaokkkkkkkk - 10/3/16 at 6:51pm
post #522 of 1556
they mean "mouse acceleration"
post #523 of 1556
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

Sorry I don't check the forum as much as you do.
Inflating DPI and ruining tracking with Synapse, horrific DPI scaling on low speeds for PTE, yeah these are Razer's "improvements" on other sensors. Sorry you can't actually do some research or refuse to follow the track record. doh.gif

Or maybe I'll set up an official looking blogspot account and post it post just to address it, and maybe - only maybe - you'd pay attention. thumb.gif

Okay. Everyone knows Synapse is garbage, and I'm not going to assume they ruined this sensor because of past mistakes, I'd rather have proof.
Blindly assuming new products have identical quality or issues as previous products from track records gets us into problems, like thinking the G403 is well built.

Talk to me once someone has thoroughly evaluated and tested the Elite to prove it's garbage.
So far it has significantly less quality issues than the G403 from the small number of people who have been sharing their experiences with the mouse here.
post #524 of 1556
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post


What about the world of Logitech Marketing?
Talking about build quality and rigorous testing yet apparently nobody tests scroll wheels, cables, mouse feet, M1 & M2 variance, sensor rattle, weight distribution, and more!

 

 

There are enough things pointed out, sacrifices have to be made though.

 

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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post


In my opinion the answer to that is unclear. Sorta like the 3090 4000dpi srom having smoothing.

 

Well, who has a Mamba 5G? I can only confirm that it was enabled/implemented on the Imperator 4G, however the Naga Hex i had(1st gen, which i bought to see the difference) didnt have it, but i never used it with synapse as well, not sure if there have been any FW updates.

post #525 of 1556
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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

Well, who has a Mamba 5G? I can only confirm that it was enabled/implemented on the Imperator 4G, however the Naga Hex i had(1st gen, which i bought to see the difference) didnt have it, but i never used it with synapse as well, not sure if there have been any FW updates.

I'm sure Above8 would love to learn that his coveted "raw pte" Spectre was using the same srom as the Naga thumb.gif
Edited by uaokkkkkkkk - 10/3/16 at 6:59pm
post #526 of 1556
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I'm sure Above8 would love to learn that his coveted "raw pte" Spectre was using the same srom as the Naga thumb.gif

His fate wouldn't waver, i think.
post #527 of 1556
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

What about the world of Logitech Marketing?
Talking about build quality and rigorous testing yet apparently nobody tests scroll wheels, cables, mouse feet, M1 & M2 variance, sensor rattle, weight distribution, and more!

It's amazing that I can unironically say the sentence: "at least Razer's mice aren't falling apart like Logitech's"

Also last time I checked Logitech doesn't prove anything either, it's all users who do sensor testing on these forums.
The extent of testing Logitech gives is "it's a 3366 and we tested it a lot, look at these machines doing testing and stuff! TESTING!"


On point. thumb.gif
post #528 of 1556
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

What about the world of Logitech Marketing?
Talking about build quality and rigorous testing yet apparently nobody tests scroll wheels, cables, mouse feet, M1 & M2 variance, sensor rattle, weight distribution, and more!

It's amazing that I can unironically say the sentence: "at least Razer's mice aren't falling apart like Logitech's"
I'm pretty much brand agnostic when it comes to PC peripherals but of all the mice I've owned, the ones that I got that had the most issues were the ones I bought from Logitech. Zowie takes a close 2nd place. This doesn't represent anything other than my own experiences in purchasing stuff. What's surprising is despite all the nightmare stories I've heard about Razer products, I have yet to receive a dud of a lemon for a DeathAdder (knock on wood). I'm just rather underwhelmed at this 'upgrade' from the Chroma to the Elite. rolleyes.gif
post #529 of 1556
Which means that you've just admitted that any difference you had previously felt when using a 336x sensor instead of a 3989 was placebo.
post #530 of 1556
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

Okay. Everyone knows Synapse is garbage, and I'm not going to assume they ruined this sensor because of past mistakes, I'd rather have proof.
Blindly assuming new products have identical quality or issues as previous products from track records gets us into problems, like thinking the G403 is well built.

Talk to me once someone has thoroughly evaluated and tested the Elite to prove it's garbage.
So far it has significantly less quality issues than the G403 from the small number of people who have been sharing their experiences with the mouse here.

Honestly I really wonder how bad these poor quality logitechs are. I've had 2 g303s and 0 problems even though everyone else seems to. Both have a very slight rattle when shaking the mouse, but neither have an actual issue or feel anything but high quality. Everyone complains about the build quality on the g303 though. Its not something that can be heard or felt in normal mouse movement and causes zero problems with tracking and they are definitely the best quality mouse I've had though I haven't had a ton of mice.
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