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Tracking issues? Logitech G402

post #1 of 8
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So I have an issue that I believe is called tracking issue, but not sure. just tonight when playing rainbow 6 it felt like someone was toggling my dpi from setting 2 to setting 3 when i usually play on 3. so naturally my aim was really screwed when my dpi kept dipping randomly for .5 to a full second at a time while moving the mouse.
Anyone else experience this? any fix for it or does this mouse get the hammer after less than a year of ownership?
post #2 of 8
No issues here with full time use.

Try to isolate the issue using normal procedure and see if it's really the mouse bugging out.
post #3 of 8
set only 1 dpi disable all others see if the issue presents again
post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by Kommando Kodiak View Post

set only 1 dpi disable all others see if the issue presents again

I manually set dpi to only 1 setting 1600, and disabled the sniper dpi togle as well. then disabled the optical sensor fusion engine in logitech gaming software just in case. Also checked for up to date firmware for mouse, which it was.
none of this seemed to help the issue at all. it is intermittent but fortunately i was able to test for a full 40 minutes and still experienced the problem after all the for mentioned items were done. thinking i might need a new mouse as it is only a matter of time before this gets smashed if it continues to do this crap.
post #5 of 8
Warranty claim it since youve had it less than a year
post #6 of 8
Am010 with 1600dpi = so much jitter
post #7 of 8
If the mouse speed variation is so severe, you should be able to observe it in other situations, like on windows desktop etc.
If you can only duplicate the malfunction in rainbow 6, then it is not a hardware failure of the mouse.
Check your triple-buffer/prerendered frames/v-sync settings in your game and nvcpl.
post #8 of 8
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Originally Posted by fourthavenue View Post

If the mouse speed variation is so severe, you should be able to observe it in other situations, like on windows desktop etc.
If you can only duplicate the malfunction in rainbow 6, then it is not a hardware failure of the mouse.
Check your triple-buffer/prerendered frames/v-sync settings in your game and nvcpl.

I never indicated i could only duplicate it in rainbow six. As rainbow 6 is 90% of my gaming as of the past 2 months it is the only game i have observed it in. kinda hard to observe something in other games if you don't play other games.
i'll check settings in the game tonight and possibly fire up GTAV to see if i can duplicate the issue there.
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