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Tbh i seriously don't see a reason for anything higher than 2000. Even 1000 is enough. Like realistically speaking, what do you achieve by reducing input lag from 1 ms to 0.125 ms? Less is better ofc, but the real usefulness of this is at least questionable. However now i'm curious whether 1K and 2K make any noticeable difference. I guess i'll go ask in gladius thread.

Don't get me wrong, i don't discourage you from doing things. It's just not as easy as it looks, especially if you're doing it thinking about selling it.

It's true that no one knows the difference ,because you cant compare before you get a 8khz one, and it's hard to understand while not everyone konws how the mosue and USB works. Faster always is better . Gladius use a stm32f103T6 to do a 2000hz usb polling? It's real black magic, because stm32f103T6 only support full speed USB, which is 1ms polling at most. There must be a custom driver which is useless for e-sport.
Edited by mantorker - 10/11/16 at 7:27am
post #52 of 137
Gladius can't do proper 2khz. That was debunked long ago. There's even an explanation somewhere in gladius thread.
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It's true that no one knows the difference ,because you cant compare before you get a 8khz one

Well, you can at least explain, can you? Like what's the difference? It feels more fluid or what? And also it'd be pretty cool if you did some AB tests at least on urself.
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Well, you can at least explain, can you? Like what's the difference? It feels more fluid or what? And also it'd be pretty cool if you did some AB tests at least on urself.

Well, those two mouse I modded become daily use now. Sometimes , power comes from belief. Like thoes Nike boots.Will NIke make you jump further,run faster? People will say NO. But I know these mouse, every line of code in it.I know it will never give me a delay more than 125us, not a chance. So when I grab the G303 , a few sec later , I put it away, I know the delay I feel maybe not true, but it stuck in my mind.I think this will hanppen to those who use a real 8khz mouse later.
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what you do is pretend to be eight different mice at the same time smile.gif
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It's true that no one knows the difference ,because you cant compare before you get a 8khz one, and it's hard to understand while not everyone konws how the mosue and USB works. Faster always is better . Gladius use a stm32f103T6 to do a 2000hz usb polling? It's real black magic, because stm32f103T6 only support full speed USB, which is 1ms polling at most. There must be a custom driver which is useless for e-sport.

Robert Krakoff!?!?!? Is that you!?!?
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Wow im impressed how childish you guys are, if qsxvc did it you would go nuts right?... This is great work no doubt, and i hope you can Start a Business mate... Good luck!!
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