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This thread is a great service to the community and is now stickied.

Please, everyone, keep up the good work. thumb.gif

Yay, Ive been waiting for this.

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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;12330930 
No, it depends on the setting and ofc the surface.
Ok, Im going to try different setting and different pad to test my results.

@Skylit
Do the same with your G500 and report back.
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post #142 of 1564
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Yay, Ive been waiting for this.
If you have any other threads that you think need to be a Sticky in the Components sub-forum, please PM me and I will review them
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post #143 of 1564
I did some testing with the DeathAdder 3G I got from eBay.
Ufortunately, I don't have any good mouse pad available atm. So I just used some milled cardboard like this:


All done @1800CPI.
Blue is mouse x-axis, red is mouse y-axis and unit is mm/s based on the sensor counts.
First a fast (as fast as I could on 30cm) swipe to the right and slowish pulling back to the left @500Hz:

There is some simulated FPS playing (couple of 180º turns) @500Hz:

The red line clearly indicates that I am using the firmware (1.37) without prediction

Something similar with crosses indicating data points @125Hz:

Last some high-speed circles (~5 circles/s) to show polling rate limits (circles will have edges) @125Hz:


Edited by Kragarmendes - 2/15/11 at 7:09am
post #144 of 1564
hi guys
i wonna ask a few things and will be very grateful if someone can help.
My old mouse was Logitech G1, now a have Xai, but it looks like its hard for me to get the same amount of sensitivy and acceleration in game like i used to play with G1, so here im asking for your help, with G1 i used to play with: 6/11 windows sensitivy, 3/11 setpoint sensitivy ("setpoint implementation" is on) ,acceleration set to "low" and ingame sensitivy "3". Now can someone help me what shoud be in theory XAI setting to get the same amount of speed and acc. I now that G1 laser has angle prediction, so i can turn it on in XAI, but i dont know from 1 to 10 how much ?
10x for all kind of help
post #145 of 1564
Id try the firmware before that, seems 137 has skipping.
post #146 of 1564
Kragarmendes
What an ugly jumps in peaks?

In some mice it happens when polling rate is above than mouse can provide. On 125 Hz all good, so DA cant provide real 500 Hz? It's strange...
Edited by outerspace - 2/21/11 at 6:40am
post #147 of 1564
hello everyone, i just joined this site , pretty much because of this thread, it's very helpful and informative . i've just edited some info on the powerlogic alien g9, i used to have that mouse but it's already sold now
post #148 of 1564
When I have the time, I'll do some more runs with another surface and another firmware. However, I recall it didn't look any better (possibly worse) with the 1.27 firmware it came shipped with. Naturally, I bought it used but it is in good condition.
It is also quite picky on the surface with some horrible effects like jaggy tracking, jitter and cursor trailing on printed paper, for example. On good surfaces, however, it works flawlessly apart from the spikes that I doubt would be noticeable without the plots.
There must be plenty of others with an old DA around (it is supposed to be the best sensor after all). Anybody care to share their experiences?


Welcome polymath, the Alien G9 seems to be an interesting mouse. Too bad, it is not available around Europe.
post #149 of 1564
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That would be very nice of you

Skylit : What do you think about adding a negative/positive acceleration column on your Google Spreadsheet ?
E.g. I've read several complaints about the G500 and the Xai having positive accel build in the sensor ; in my opinion it's a deal breaker for gaming.

I'd like to refresh this discussion. I still don't see any info on this in the spreadsheet, so according to the sheet the s9500 mice looks awesome, but most people and around the web (ariekanarie.nl/archives/231/the-problem-with-gaming-mice) seems to agree.
post #150 of 1564
any1 tried spawn mouse ?
    
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