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Recreate mouse acceleration with povohat's mouse acceleration driver

post #1 of 11
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currently i have the g303 and it feels too raw and in some situaions it is diffucult for me to aim.
i ve read somewhere that manufactures often put some acceleration in their mice and in fact it is easier for me to aim with the zowie fk1 for example. so is there any way i can recreate this acceleration with the driver ?
post #2 of 11
The 3310 in the fk1 doesn't have acceleration afaik.
post #3 of 11
you sure it's the sensor? I just couldn't get into the shape of it, and it really messed with my aim.
sensor position and whatnot could be an issue too.
post #4 of 11
Check your DPI/SENS settings. Remember that for example my Deathadder Elite is somewhere between 409-411 DPI while on my Zowie FK2 it was below 400.


In conclusion - I had to drop from 2.5 sens to 2.4 in CS:GO to reproduce 360/cm with Deathadder Elite. Same goes for my G Pro which is even "faster" than deathadder elite.
post #5 of 11
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I play with 350 dpi and it feels too responsive. Am i wrong or do manufactureurs usually include a little bit of acceleration in their mice ? Deathadder and fk1 feel way better at the same cm/360° settings
post #6 of 11
What you are experiencing is what's called the Logihand syndrome.
post #7 of 11
Pick up a Razer Taipan, if you dislike a "raw" cursor experience you're in for a real treat.
post #8 of 11
as I said be sure it's exact same eDPI. FK2 with 390 DPI and sens 2.5 is 975 eDPI while 410*2.5 dpi on deathadder elite is 1025 edPI which is 50 eDPI more and I think that's the reason you can't aim with it. I am owner of Fk2, Deathadder Chroma, deathadder Elite, logitech G Pro and Steelseries sensei. Download mousetester from OCN and test your DPI on each mouse then correct your sensitivity in-game.
post #9 of 11
Thread Starter 
45.2cm/360 on the lower and 49,2 on the higher end with little acceleration with the povohat mouse driver feels way better but still not as good as the deathadder especially tracking targes is easier.
post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by Maximillion View Post

Pick up a Razer Taipan, if you dislike a "raw" cursor experience you're in for a real treat.

That mouse gives you the authority to have more control and command over so much power, I don't know if he's ready for that. lachen.gif
    
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