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also, is that the 5600 dpi?

4000, do they even make a 5600dpi rat5?
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Wow a rat without a tail, looks freakish, Had to buy a new rat 7 had a rat 5 and rt. button started to flicker everytime I took aim in shooters. It worked for maybe 1-1.5 yr. Good I guess. mr sarge maybe do demostation how to take them apart. to get that far with out any tabs breaking is a challenge.
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mr sarge maybe do demostation how to take them apart. to get that far with out any tabs breaking is a challenge.

It's easy. just unscrew the screw near the sensor and the two one on each side. one under the 4 LED for the battery/dpi gauge and one under the pinky rest.

After that gently pull the cover between the palm rest and the rest of the mouse. the cover will lift up. when you have lift about 1/2 inch, try tu pull back a little and it will come off.
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post #1926 of 3818
Yeh, I assume they had someone working on the original for quite some time. If the firmwares good, no biggie tongue.gif
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Hey, I have been struggling with my choice between a rat 7 and rat 9. In europe the rat 7 costs 80€ and the 9 goes for 100€.
The price difference isn't all that much so I figured if I'm gonna spend that kind of money on a rat I might aswell go with the rat 9.

My only concern is the cpu usage of this rat.. Could anyone with a rat 9 check his cpu usage when he/she has his rat setup at high dpi and is moving and clicking a lot? Please also mention your cpu type (I have an i7 920@4.4ghz)
The person(s) who can provide me with this information will have my eternal gratitude thumb.gif. Thanks


edit: http://www.digitalversus.com/computer-mouse/cyborg-9-p11926/test.html in this review the reviewer states that cpu usage of the rat9 occasionally peaks up to 50% that's crazy in my book as there currently isn't one game on the market that pushes my cpu over 35% usage. If the information in this review is legit then I won't be buying the 9 as it will be a future handicap for my cpu.. On the other hand this might also explain why some people get mouse lag or unresponsiveness, maybe they are playing very demanding games on an older cpu like a q6600 and the CPU simply can't cope.

Anyway rat 9 owners please check your cpu usage and let us know smile.gif
Edited by lazy1 - 5/11/12 at 7:59am
post #1928 of 3818
Help me!
I bought a RAT 7 mouse. But there is a large problem.
It does not work on my Verbatim Rapier Precision Gaming Pad. Many of the bug.
If you lift the mouse and then handing 1-2 seconds to respond, as this video:
Confused and felt compared to my logitech g5.


What kind of mouse pad works perfectly on the RAT 7 mouse? Preferably a hard plastic mouse pad like.

sorry for poor English
post #1929 of 3818
Hmmm - it would be good to know what spec PC that reviewer is running and in what games he was seeing that CPU usage.

Point is, with your CPU you've got nothing to worry about - the report rate on all of the R.A.T.s is dynamic up to 1000Hz i.e. it adjusts depending on how fast you're moving the mouse. You'll only get 1000Hz out of it whilst you're moving it at top speed, with it reporting at an average of 500Hz most of the time. I just ran a quick test against two devices from our esteemed competition and just sat on my desktop with Outlook, Chrome and Live Messenger running (on a Q9450@2.66GHz - yes, I know, I need an upgrade) if I rapidly draw circles with the mice the other two were showing anything between 22 and 30% CPU usage (both locked to 1000Hz). The R.A.T.9 shows between 14 and 20%.
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Anyone tried the RAT 7 on Razer ProSolution Pro Pad ?
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