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"I am easily in the top 1 percent of aimers. I have thoroughly ruled out placebo."

If you want actual answers, you're dooming yourself already here.

obvious troll thread, this isn't the first
post #52 of 521
I am sure some of the people around here can tell the difference between a 3090 and 3360, but I am also sure many of you can wreck on servers the same with a 3050.
post #53 of 521
Glad, i am not the only one who is feeling this way.... flicks are for sure better with 336x sensor, the rest not so much...maybe just need to
get used to 336x. Even with corshair katar(a3090) i can be more consistent. i have g pro and g403.....
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post #54 of 521
Why does it seem like user accounts are creeping out to post here thinking.gif
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Oh man, its the opposite for me, g303 great tracking and Small adjustments( One deags), g400 massive flicks... All in all the 400 suits me better, gotta try the g403 though
post #56 of 521
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Originally Posted by rezot View Post

Similar thing here to be honest... Everyone is praising the hell out of the 3360 gen as if its the second coming of christ, but my experiences with it have been nothing but awful.

My FK2 and ZA13 both feel perfect (3310) Fully responsive, no positive or negative acceleration, prediction or the likes.
I can aim with my Krait2013 (S3988), despite it having a minor bit of negative acceleration, it still feels responsive to me.
However the second I plug in my G-Pro(3366) or Nixeus Revel(3360), it all goes to hell, they suffer from positive & negative acceleration and nothing is particularly consistent with them, and my aim just feels off.

I did do some testing but deleted the photos. If I remember when I get home from work tomorrow i'll re-do the test and post up the results here.

That's how I felt about the G-Pro. It sort of feels like it's speeding up or slowing down at weird times, but what I think is happening is the \_/ shape is causing me to tilt the mouse slightly without realizing it. It's easier to get a stable grip on the flatter sides of the fk2, or even the g502/402.
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That's how I felt about the G-Pro. It sort of feels like it's speeding up or slowing down at weird times, but what I think is happening is the \_/ shape is causing me to tilt the mouse slightly without realizing it. It's easier to get a stable grip on the flatter sides of the fk2, or even the g502/402.

My 80g ADNS-3090 Zowie FK or my 83g PMW-3366 Logitech Pro? Seems like an easy choice to go with the FK due to the Pro's shape compared to the FK.
post #58 of 521
What I have come to understand with some off these logitech mice for example g303 you cant grip it you almost have to lighty hold it or the sensor tracking will mess up in away anyone else notice that? I feel it has to do with when you grip it the mouse tilts, it has to be completely flat for it to track well.
post #59 of 521
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Originally Posted by zackowns View Post

What is your fav mouse, main driver? I have this issue as well i bet if you tried a mouse like the g502 you wouldnt have this issues I think it might have to do with very low lod and the shape causing a tilt.

Well i was using the ec2-evo for the longest time..Even with its click latency it worked well for me..

When it broke i switched to the ec2-a. Like i mentioned in my post this is the only 3310 implementation i didn't like..It seemed laggy.I believe some other people have mentioned this as well.

This is weird because the zowie uses the same sensor in their za and fk series and it is super snappy in those mice...

So now i am currently using the rival , not a big fan of the shape but the 3310 seems snappier...
Edited by oODopamineOo - 10/27/16 at 1:54pm
post #60 of 521
The people having trouble aiming, have you tried the angle snapping on the Logitech mice? That could help your aim if you have trouble aligning the sensor to your arm.

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Well i was using the ec2-evo for the longest time..Even with its click latency it worked well for me..

When it broke i switched to the ec2-a. Like i mentioned in my post this is the only 3310 implementation i didn't like..It seemed laggy.I believe some other people have mentioned this as well.

This is weird because the zowie uses the same sensor in their za and fk series and it is super snappy in those mice...

So now i am currently using the rival , not a big fan of the shape though..

The Rival uses the same sensor as the Zowie mice.
Edited by popups - 10/27/16 at 1:55pm
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