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post #31 of 1549
This table is everything I ever wanted. I have printed a copy out and it will be stuck up on my whiteboard, I'm not joking. Great work.

E: Yes bull, i'm stalking you.
Edited by Scarzy - 11/2/10 at 7:19am
post #32 of 1549
this might be the best thread ever.
    
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post #33 of 1549
About prediction:

The pretty old Hades Ares H1 (Sensor from STMicro) supposedly also had the option to turn it on/off.
That mouse has some general deep sensor adjustments.
post #34 of 1549
Crazy question here but how are these results achieved? What method was used in finding these results? Perhaps I missed a post showing this information?

Thanks
post #35 of 1549
CPI are from Sensor Specs.

Perfect Control and Malfunction Speed is based on 2 benchtables or specs.

http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=1265679

http://wikis.jp/interfacedevice/inde...aximumSpeed_en

There is another one which Skylit afaik didn't use.

http://www.pc-max.de/artikel/eingabe...maeuse-im-test
Edited by Bullveyr - 12/12/10 at 8:03am
post #36 of 1549
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bullveyr;11592342 
About prediction:

The pretty old Hades Ares H1 (Sensor from STMicro) supposedly also had the option to turn it on/off.
That mouse has some general deep sensor adjustments.

Is there any difference to the Verbatim Rapier V2? Do you [edit: or anybody else wink.gif] know more about the sensor? Could it be the SS Kinzu's?
Edited by Kragarmendes - 12/13/10 at 5:33pm
post #37 of 1549
Based on the Manual the Rapier V2 lacks those more advanced sensor adjustments.

Same Sensor Manufacturer but not the exact same sensor.
post #38 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Jalal;11191675 
imo you need at least ~2400 if you play on high sens, so 1800 might work for low sens, i don't know

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higher DPI mice don't become necessary until the monitors pixel density goes drastically up, and the largest variation we see on consumer monitors is something like 85-109 ppi, a relative drop in the bucket.

I use 400-800 at 2560x1440 and don't consider myself a low sensitivity player because I usually keep the software setting 1:1.
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post #39 of 1549
lol i cant even play with 400 on 1024x768, it takes forever to pass the screen. guess your ingame setting is also not more than 1:1?
post #40 of 1549
I found this sensitivity calculation page to be very convenient and correct.
Under settings enter from top to bottom and left to right:
800 1 4.7 0.022 1920 120 0 100
Then hit the first three "calculate" buttons from top to bottom.

What you should learn is:
With 800dpi @fullHD you should still be able to get a count : pixel ratio of 1:1 at a real sensitivity of 11cm/360˚ which could be considered middle to high sens imo.

Let me know if you see some major flaws in this reasoning wink.gif
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