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Anyone know if theres any problems with cloth pads using the Microsoft Sidewinder x3 (which uses the Avago ADNS-6010 sensor)?
Edited by Maxadus - 5/2/11 at 2:16pm
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post #272 of 1564
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Anyone know if theres any problems with cloth pads using the Microsoft Sidewinder x3 (which uses the Avago ADNS-6010 sensor)?
I have the sidewinder x3, great mouse btw. I have a hard mouse pad(steelseries 4HD) it was the first hard one I got and it works great, it just glides on it, dunno bout cloth pad though, sorry.
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post #273 of 1564
Does anyone know what kind of a sensor this mouse has?

It's the "old" Saitek Cyborg mouse.
post #274 of 1564
Does anyone know if theres any difference between the regular logitech mx518 and the korean gamer edition of the mx518? Or are they the same?
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post #275 of 1564
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Does anyone know if theres any difference between the regular logitech mx518 and the korean gamer edition of the mx518? Or are they the same?
http://www.gotgames.com.au/forums/ha...e-mx518-81245/
post #276 of 1564
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13597681/Vx_Vy_NF.wav

if someone would be so kinda to grab my stats from that i dont have an audip program installed atm

if someone grabs this for me can the info be added to
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mouse Cyborg R.A.T. 7

sensitivity 25-5600dpi
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post #277 of 1564
I just got a message from Mad Catz support, the sensor family used on the Saitek Cyborg "plain" mouse (not the RATs, the first one that was resizeable) can be found here:

http://www.cypress.com/?id=3057

Interestingly, this (likely) is the same sensor as the SteelSeries Ikari Laser.
post #278 of 1564
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if someone would be so kinda to grab my stats from that i dont have an audip program installed atm
[...]
sensitivity 25-5600dpi
You can use Audacity Portable, so you don't even need to install anything
So which cpi and polling rate did you actually use for the recording??
post #279 of 1564
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You can use Audacity Portable, so you don't even need to install anything
So which cpi and polling rate did you actually use for the recording??
5600 and you dont get to set your polling rate
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post #280 of 1564
I had a look and at first glance it looked like the polling rate is adjusted dynamically (500 or 1000Hz).
If you drop the "mouse.log" file, I will try to get some plots up.
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