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Yeah, I overclocked the polling rate to 500Hz. It could be the prediction, not quite sure until I try a different mouse with no accel and prediction.
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I will be updating the spreadsheet over the next few days. I have started by creating a simplified Sensor list and adding a few mice.

Google Spreadsheet

I am open for suggestions as to what you guys would want as a complete reference sheet.
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A4Tech XL-740K - Avago ADNS-6010
http://wikis.jp/interfacedevice/index.php?Mouse

Tt Azurues - Avago ADNS-3080
http://forum.pclab.pl/topic/248063-S...st__p__9203629


My suggestions:
-when someone adds Perfect control/malfunction speed it would be nice to write what surface the test was taken on because the result may vary a lot
-same as above with LOD
-maybe links to graphs if available
-change the title because "Mouse Sensor Reference and Performance Sheet" suggests that there won't be any info about mice.
-Add quick info (youtbe videos maybe) under whole table what is z-axis tracking problem, what is prediction, jitter, skipping...
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I got a suggestion for ur chart skylit. Make "sensor name" and "type" the last columns. they're not important.

you should put the important stuff first. i made a comment before about having the cpi column to close to the left. it's the first thing i see and it makes me think that cpi is the most important thing along w/ whether or not the sensor is optical or laser.

I agree with the title change idea too.
Edited by cuad - 6/13/11 at 8:00pm
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Alright. I really want to wait for more input, but I'm open to suggestions for a title. Maybe something we can all agree on.

-I do want to remove the entire CPI column but instead list off specific values the mouse was tested with. Of course, same thing applies to LOD, surfaces or what not.
-I would like to incorporate F u r u y á 's R script by either hot linking images as results or whatever else comes to mind.
-Maybe there could be Two list's. One with mice we all have, and the other just with the sensors they use. Some mice are guilty of guesstimates and I really don't want them to represent false info.

Thanks guys.
Edited by Skylit - 6/13/11 at 10:16pm
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I think referencing the test surface and linking graphs would be fine. Other than that, I don't see much need for changes.

Why would you remove the CPI? At least the native CPI of the sensor would be useful information imo.
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Hey sky does it mean you are getting rid of the perfect control and acceleration and what not? Although I do think they should still be around but maybe on a different spreadsheet and a Sensor name specs etc. As I find right now it's too busy to find what i'm looking for, the Second list(I think the one a bit above mine) works rather nicely, just need another one for sensor and sensor info.
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Not really, but I may have two spreadsheets going. Just waiting for more input!
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Not really, but I may have two spreadsheets going. Just waiting for more input!
I recommend having 2. This way one can easily find their mouse and which sensor it has, then search the sensor up to find the specs and what not.
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I recommend having 2. This way one can easily find their mouse and which sensor it has, then search the sensor up to find the specs and what not.
I don't think that's a good idea. There maybe one mice that performs exceptionally well with one sensor while another works horribly with it. For example: CM Spawn and Puretrak Valor
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