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post #181 of 1573
Nice, thanks.

Also does anyone know what sensor the Mionix Saiph 1800 uses? And is it good?
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post #182 of 1573
Cypress OviationONS like the Ikari Laser
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Cypress OviationONS like the Ikari Laser
Thanks, and also, will the software for the mionix saiph 1800 allow you to change the polling rate of the mouse as well? I really like 125hz or 500hz polling rate better then 1000hz.
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post #184 of 1573
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Thanks, and also, will the software for the mionix saiph 1800 allow you to change the polling rate of the mouse as well? I really like 125hz or 500hz polling rate better then 1000hz.
Don't really know but it looks like you can't change it in the software:
http://www.testfreaks.com/blog/revie...-gaming-mouse/
post #185 of 1573
now have been playing with abyssus for 4-5 days, 2 months ago i bought it and played with it for 10 days, and couldn't get used to it, so i put it away, now i took it again to give it 2nd try, well, this mouse is really nice for fingertip style players, as i am too, need some time to get used to the mouse shape, i've got medium size hands, after longer playing my palm hurts, i am using razer goliathus speed omega mouse pad, mouse is set to 450 dpi + 1000mhz, compared to ak-47 from a4tech, abyssus is precise as hell, no prediction, haven't tried other razer mice, but hell, i don't wanna even think about other razer now, old DA, or new DA, after 2nd try of 5 days abyssus feels very comfortable now, feel good control in game, and i get more frags too
post #186 of 1573
For a4tech mice with letter "K" in model name you can set any CPI with step 50. For each mouse you can set cpi more than native sensor cpi by interpolation. For example for X-718BK you can set 100-3200 cpi with step 50 cpi. But maximum native cpi for adns-3080 is 1600. CPI above it - interpolation. So I'll edit sheet and please dont touch it.

I doubt what any perfomance different is present between 600 cpi and 400 or 800 for X-718bk (with ands-3080). Never mind about "interpolation" for any CPI before max native CPI for sensor.
Edited by outerspace - 3/15/11 at 3:13am
post #187 of 1573
crappy kids!
Skylit - you should make it private editor and let only the people you trust to edit it (password and such).

some1 remember what's the a4tech models were?
argh.
post #188 of 1573
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crappy kids!
Skylit - you should make it private editor and let only the people you trust to edit it (password and such).

some1 remember what's the a4tech models were?
argh.

Lol, Hillarous. I can roll back though.


Edit: Maybe I will make permissions. That kid will just do it again me thinks.


Yeah, currently disabled due to vandalism. I'll be doing a major rehaul this week and will be giving permissions to certain people.

If somethings wrong or if you would like to add something just post in this thread.
Edited by Skylit - 3/18/11 at 11:26pm
post #189 of 1573
Does anybody have the steelseries ikari? what is it like? The sensor i have never heard of before. Is it anygood? is it very accurate?
post #190 of 1573
Whats a good mouse pad for the Philips TwinEye?
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