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post #331 of 1560
Yes, it has 8-bit buffer. (btw, is it the length of a buffer or of a bus?)

125Hz (no drivers)



1000Hz (no drivers)



with driver: [1000Hz, 125Hz]
post #332 of 1560
Kragarmendes, I want so much to open this mouse to actually see the sensor chip but I don't want to void the warranty :/
If the 3G sensor has 16-bit buffer, then my mouse (labeled as being 3G) it's a fraud as outerspace stated!


Bullveyr, how do you know those details about mice? Do you design mice?

Some time ago I had to implement a firmware to a Set-Top-Box and eventually dealt with SPI. So, if it's a SPI link between Sensor-MCU, "bus 1" is at most 4-bit wide. Nice insights about the mouse hardware

Btw... maybe I answered my own question (about the 8-bit beign whether a buffer or a bus)... if the link between MCU-USB is also serial, so definetly it's a buffer that we're talking about
post #333 of 1560
Kragarmendes, Salmosa have "16-bit ultra-wide data path".
Edited by outerspace - 6/9/11 at 4:20pm
post #334 of 1560
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Originally Posted by F u r u y á View Post
Kragarmendes, I want so much to open this mouse to actually see the sensor chip but I don't want to void the warranty :/
If the 3G sensor has 16-bit buffer, then my mouse (labeled as being 3G) it's a fraud as outerspace stated!
Unlike the normal Abyssus yours has the S3668 instead of the S3888.

http://mouse.zol.com.cn/197/1979463.html
http://auction1.paipai.com/6CA0D7100...6C399206330D0A

It also has a different MCU.
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Bullveyr, how do you know those details about mice? Do you design mice?
No but I know someone who does.
Also a lot of that stuuf you can simply find out by reading the datasheets.
post #335 of 1560
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
Unlike the normal Abyssus yours has the S3668 instead of the S3888.

http://mouse.zol.com.cn/197/1979463.html
http://auction1.paipai.com/6CA0D7100...6C399206330D0A

It also has a different MCU.

No but I know someone who does.
Also a lot of that stuuf you can simply find out by reading the datasheets.
Oh nice info you got there about the 1800dpi version.

But, still, DeathAdder 3G (S3668) perfect control speed was measured as 3.92m/s (ESR MouseScore 2007) whilst mine was measured as 1.79m/s (outerspace logger).
post #336 of 1560
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Oh nice info you got there about the 1800dpi version.

But, still, DeathAdder 3G (S3668) perfect control speed was measured as 3.92m/s (ESR MouseScore 2007) whilst mine was measured as 1.79m/s (outerspace logger).
What CPI did you use? The 3.92m/s measurement was done at 1800.

1.79m/s sounds closer to the DA's 450/900 CPI steps.
post #337 of 1560
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What CPI did you use? The 3.92m/s measurement was done at 1800.

1.79m/s sounds closer to the DA's 450/900 CPI steps.
1600cpi.

Actually is 2016mm/s without driver (1794mm/s with driver).

Either I'm or mine hasn't Avago S3668 (or even it does have it but with 8-bit buffer).
post #338 of 1560
Bullveyr, since you obviously know alot about mice and sensors... how important is the FPS of the sensor? I've used Xai for about a year (ADNS-9500 has like 12k FPS) and then I got back to MX518 cause it doesn't have any neg/pos accel but it somehow feels less precise and less smooth.
Edited by webstar - 6/11/11 at 1:54pm
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post #339 of 1560
It's obviously a good thing to have high FPS but that alone doesn't give you a high performance.
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Bullveyr, since you obviously know alot about mice and sensors... how important is the FPS of the sensor? I've used Xai for about a year (ADNS-9500 has like 12k FPS) and then I got back to MX518 cause it doesn't have any neg/pos accel but it somehow feels less precise and less smooth.
Are you overclocking the MX518's polling rate? It defaults at only 125hz. The prediction might also be bothering you after using a mouse with so little prediction for a year.
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