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post #151 of 1573
@bushwakko: The way it is, (regular) neg accel is pretty much taken account for in the Perfect Control column. That should do for most mice imo.
Whatever individual issues (jitter, dynamic resolution scaling, z axis tracking, 125Hz lock, etc.) or peculiar accel issues (Kinzu?, pos accel) there are, can be addressed in the "Other issues" column.
I find that a good scheme to keep it from getting too cluttered. Those who disagree, speak up wink.gif
So all you need to do, is to add the intel based on your experience or a source. I suggest to start with the ones you know about and let others be inspired to report on theirs.

Keep in mind that not everything depends on the sensor. However, if people read that say three PTE mice have jitter and more, they'll probably draw the necessary conclusions without us marking every single PTE mouse as jittery.

@Ufasas: This guy says he has:
http://www.cmstorm.com/forum/showpost.php?p=9353&postcount=11
post #152 of 1573
@Kragarmendes: Ok, I get that neg accel is accounted in perfect control (because the "dropoff" manifests as negative accel right?). But in the case of the G5(xx) series (or all 9500) there seems to be a positive accel issue, is this something we should include?
post #153 of 1573
Yes, include it. You could write "positive acceleration" or something like that in the "Other issues" column. I wouldn't recommend creating an extra column for positive acceleration because the problem is not relevant for all mice but if you think that's a good idea, do it and see what people think about it. At least that's how I understood Skylit intended it.

From what I have read, the positive acceleration mice like the Xai comes into play only at high speeds. But it is good to have the info so everybody can decide for himself.

If you own a A9500 mouse, you could even measure acceleration by using the tools discussed in this thread in combination with Excel or OOcalc to sum the recorded mouse counts.

What you would have to do is define a fixed length (e.g. your mouse pad), put it on an elevated position, so the mouse would only track on the fixed length. Then you move the mouse across twice. Once with low speed and once with high speed. The counts reported by the mouse should altogether be equal for each run. There should only be a difference as in the time they are reported in. If the run with high speed turn out with more counts than the other, you have positive acceleration of some sort; if it's less, negative.
Interesting thought... I will try that with my IE3.0@125Hz when I find the time ^^

Of course, there will be errors if you don't move in a straight line (a guiding ruler could help) and it will be more complicated to take the y-axis into account (Pythagorean theorem should help).
post #154 of 1573
I don't own any of the 9500 mice. I'm just interested making the list as accurate as possible, I wouldn't want anyone to look at the list and decide that the 9500 mice look perfect (on paper) for later to discover some annoying positive accel smile.gif
post #155 of 1573
Anyone know the dimensions(size) of the old World of Warcraft MMO mouse, the one that uses the 6090 avago sensor? I can't find the dimensions on the internet. Oh and will it do 400dpi? I'm reading that the dpi steps are like 800,1200,1600,2000,2400,3200.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Phenom II 970 Gigabyte 890XA-UD3 GTX 260 4x4gb g.skill ddr3 1600 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
250gb harddrive Windows Home Premium 64 Bit SyncMaster 955df Saitek Eclipse 
PowerMouseMouse Pad
Cosair 850watt Intellimouse 1.1a Corepad Eyepad 
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250gb harddrive Windows Home Premium 64 Bit SyncMaster 955df Saitek Eclipse 
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Cosair 850watt Intellimouse 1.1a Corepad Eyepad 
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post #156 of 1573
Skylit: you still dont know what sensor is in black edition?
post #157 of 1573
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Originally Posted by conditioned;12517774 
skylit: You still dont know what sensor is in black edition?

s3888.
post #158 of 1573
damnit, so A3090 gonna have jittering frown.gif
post #159 of 1573
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Originally Posted by Ufasas;12520145 
damnit, so A3090 gonna have jittering frown.gif

Why Assume? My S3888 works perfectly fine.
post #160 of 1573
http://www.cmstorm.com/forum/showpost.php?p=9353&postcount=11

was talking about this one :S





btw, there's a small mistake, on the sheet 2 mice are mentioned twice:

A4Tech X718BK/X-748K
A4Tech X718BK/X-748K

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