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post #261 of 1560
I did a follow-up to my DA plots

Unfortunately, it is still no professional surface but this time one of those plastic desk mats (finely grained somehow).

This is with a Deathadder 3G @500Hz and 1800cpi.
Using the same firmware 1.37 only with the different surface didn't change anything:


However, with the new firmware 1.39 (surprised there are still new ones coming ), things look a lot better:
post #262 of 1560
Nice graphs.
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post #263 of 1560
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So there was some back and forth about the Roccat Kova[+], is there any verdict on the quality of its sensor?
Not really, I think the tests here say more about Gigabyte's firmware than the sensor.
post #264 of 1560
http://cgi.ebay.de/HADES-Ares-H1-Plu...item5643be0916

what do think of this mouse guys?

im interested in the sensor this mouse is using , someone has more infos about it?

think Bullveyr already was talking about this one in the beginning here...

// i am in the mood to buy a new mouse in the next few days, at the moment it will me be puretrak valor ... i think the BEST palm mouse on the market, also concerning the sensor avago 3090 with diffrent lens, and not such problems as the Spawn has.//

greets marc
post #265 of 1560
Can anyone do those graphs for Xai and Deathadder 3.5G at 1800Dpi and 500Hz?

EDIT: Also, might not be the right place for it, but has anyone else with P67 chipset had issues with polling rate being unstable? I notice the polling rate getting lower when I move the mouse slower and see some kind of "stuttering" like when the mouse is at 125Hz. I didn't have such problems on my old pc with an older chipset.
Edited by webstar - 4/28/11 at 3:23pm
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post #266 of 1560
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I notice the polling rate getting lower when I move the mouse slower
That's pretty normal, the stuttering doesn't sound right though. What are you seeing exactly?
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Intuitively I would say this sounds like a means implemented by the mouse manufacturer to reduce jitter (time-equivalent to dynamic CPI scaling??). Then again, if it wasn't there on an older board, that's not very likely. Did you possibly update your mouse firmware at some point between switching boards? Have you tried the mouse on another PC yet?
post #268 of 1560
In corded mode, how good is the razer orochi ?
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post #269 of 1560
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That's pretty normal, the stuttering doesn't sound right though. What are you seeing exactly?
Have you tried playing on 125Hz, and then switching to 500Hz? On 125Hz, I can definitely see some kind of "stuttering" which could be connected to 8ms of update time, and on 500Hz I don't notice it. Not sure how can I explain differently. The only problem now is that after changing my mobo for the latest chipset I'm getting that same kind of "stuttering" when polling rate is 500Hz.

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Intuitively I would say this sounds like a means implemented by the mouse manufacturer to reduce jitter (time-equivalent to dynamic CPI scaling??). Then again, if it wasn't there on an older board, that's not very likely. Did you possibly update your mouse firmware at some point between switching boards? Have you tried the mouse on another PC yet?
I haven't updated firmware at any point. Xai doesn't have any other firmware except 1.4.2, IMO1.1, IME3.0 and MX518 don't even have firmware updates. Those are all the mice I tried both on my new and old pc.
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post #270 of 1560
Did you check what kind of polling rate you get?
Like with
dx_mouse_timer_dialog.exe
or
MouseMovementRecorder.exe

Or even better, you simply do some plots with outerspace's logger and some audio/analysis software.

Then you should get a clear picture of how the mouse counts are reported to your OS.
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