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post #41 of 1549
Sorry for double posting but at least it brings us back to the original subject wink.gif

I couldn't edit the google spreadsheet directly - it said I didn't have permission to access this spreadsheet or something like that...

There are a couple of mice I'd find interesting to list at least for completeness:

Qpad 5k (A9500)
Ozone Radon 3k/5k (Philips PLN 2030)
Ozone Smog (A9500)*
Ace EDGE 3200 (A9500)*
Cyber Sniper Stinger/Silencer (A9500)*
Revoltec FightMouse Elite (A9500)*
Prestigio PMSG1 (A9500)*
Prestigio PMSG2 (Cypress Ovation I)
NZXT Avatar (A3080)
Emprex M873u (A3080)
GIGABYTE M6900/M6980
GIGABYTE GM-M8000 (A6090)
SilverStone RAVEN (Philips PLN 2030)
PowerLogic/Leapfroglobal Alien G9
Raidmax Hoorai (Fatal1ty copy?)

*virtually the same

I could find the sensor for most of them but not all. Apart from that, information seems to be difficult to get for those not listed on one of Bullveyr's references.

Any additions are welcome.
post #42 of 1549
Emprex M873u:

A3080, could be the same lens as Zowie EC Series or simply interpolated

Ozone Radon:

3K = PLN 2030
5K = PLN 2032

Prestigio PMSG2:

Do you mean the PMSG3 because the PMSG2 should also have the A9500?

NZXT Avatar:

3rd party lens from Kingsis -> much lower max. speed

GIGABYTE M6900:

A6010

GIGABYTE M6980:

Looks like a PixArt Sensor

Raidmax Hoorai:

Yup, that's the same as the Fatal1ty 2020 which had the A6010 sensor

Powerlogic Alien G9:

A9500
post #43 of 1549
Thanks for the corrections Bullveyr - always good to have somebody double check smile.gif

I find the Emprex M873u interesting because it looks pretty much fingertip grip and is the cheapest I have seen to try a A3080. Then again I read reviews of people saying the mouse had some weird auto-fire function when you pressed both buttons at once. I am also unsure whether I wanna put up with angle snapping...

On the Prestigio PMSG2 I meant like "It says 3200dpi on their homepage and it looks like a Nova Slider X600 which is said to have a Cypress Ovation I so I assume it's the same" wink.gif

I assume you mixed up the GIGABYTE M6900/M6980 since the M6900 is optical and the M6980 is laser, right?

Is there any way to get hold of a Powerlogic Alien G9 in Europe?
post #44 of 1549
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kragarmendes;11660712 
On the Prestigio PMSG2 I meant like "It says 3200dpi on their homepage and it looks like a Nova Slider X600 which is said to have a Cypress Ovation I so I assume it's the same" wink.gif
You're right, I mixed somethin up there but I could swear they had different specs on another Prestigio HP when I posted that.
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I assume you mixed up the GIGABYTE M6900/M6980 since the M6900 is optical and the M6980 is laser, right?
Dammit biggrin.gif
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Is there any way to get hold of a Powerlogic Alien G9 in Europe?
Not that I know of, try to find some taiwanese shop which ships international.
post #45 of 1549
Hey,

Nice info, thanks! Why didnt you include pos/neg accel?
post #46 of 1549
I'll update this tomorrow. Sleep first!
post #47 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Skylit;11689116 
I'll update this tomorrow. Sleep first!

Lol, no need, I was just wondering, I certainly dont want you to spend more time on this. It´s just I been interested in this (again) since I started to play bfbc2 (first fps in ~5 years) and I had a lot of problems with the usb bus on my p55.

Sadly it seems that the only mice that dont have prediction and good tracking are wmo 1.1a ie3.0 and da3g. You cant buy the 3g any more and the ms mice are so low dpi they are ****e for my playing res (1900x1080).
post #48 of 1549
Quote:
Originally Posted by Skylit;11689116 
I'll update this tomorrow. Sleep first!

ps. da 3.5 doesnt have prediction and you cant enable it. there is no firmware to enable it.
post #49 of 1549
I don't know where to dispute something, so I'll just post.

I've had a few A4Tech X7's, I believe it was a X710 and X750, and they've both been ~2400DPI.
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post #50 of 1549
I can measure perfect control and malfunction speeds by only software method and my hand. And I can't move mouse faster than ~3 m/sec, so if mouse have better characteristic than this speed, I can't notice that.

My results:

A4tech X-710BK
Sensor: Avago ADNS-3060
CPI/DPI: 100-2000 (maby 2400 with newest Oscar sofware, but I think this not impotant because all resolutions over 800 mades by interpolation)
Perfect Control: more than 3 m/s in all resolutions (measurement limit - it can be 3.5 or 4 or 5 or 6 m/s) :-)
Malfunction: more than 3 m/s (measurement limit) in all resolutions

A4tech X-718BK
Sensor: Avago ADNS-3080
CPI/DPI: 100-3200 (interpolation, 1600 is max "real" CPI)
Perfect Control: more than 3 m/s (measurement limit) with 400 CPI, 2.03 m/s with over 400 CPI
Malfunction: more than 3 m/s (measurement limit) in all resolutions

And how can I accurately measure level of prediction? Without painting circles ans lines because it's not accurately.
Edited by outerspace - 1/4/11 at 9:46am
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