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Quote:
Originally Posted by stickyh;14402761 
wow that thread is full of awesomeness. Its all i ever wanted to find !

So guys, after studying the google spreadsheet i cant find a mouse that could fit me well except (and its not listed in) the razer spectre (Philips Twin Eye PLN 2302 i guess)

So im asking you if you have some other ideas, because id like to have a mouse who:

-have no sensor problem
-is small (cm storm inferno atm, cool but really too big for me)
-have 2 side buttons, because beside gaming it makes browsing easier
-have customizable DPI and not some stuck premade set-up like "800 / 1000 / 1600"

Sorry for my poor english.
thx

Thats currently not possible. I'd go with CM spawn (if you use >800 DPI) or Zowie EC2 (Not sure if it has custom DPI).
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post #442 of 1549
I didn't read the whole thread.. where can I open that .wav made by the 'loger' to read the actual speed?
Most audio editors don't have speed-relevant numbers on the vertical side, just dB values.
post #443 of 1549
EDIT 2: Nevermind, found the instructions here.

If anyone knows another program for this besides Audition let me know.
Edited by early - 8/9/11 at 6:19am
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Here are some Audition screenshots for an Ikari Optical at various CPI, always at 1000 Hz.

400 CPI:
jfdrns.jpg

800 CPI:
2cnz4np.jpg

1600 CPI one:
1z4e5ps.jpg

1600 CPI two:
11743nb.jpg


A couple of questions:
1. Why is the line at 800 CPI so zigzaggy? (I could reproduce this at two PCs.)
2. I play at med-high sens (1600 CPI and 1.9 in CS:S). Am I still better off at 800 CPI, even tho I'd have to increase the sens to 3.8 in CS:S?


EDIT: Although, outside of this test, I don't really see a difference. In Windows (on the desktop) both 1600 and 800 CPI have the same negative acceleration at high speed. But in CS:S, neither does, they both seem to perform just fine.
Edited by early - 8/9/11 at 1:24pm
post #445 of 1549
Nice graphs, early!

Regarding 2.: As far as pixel accuracy is concerned it also depends on the screen resolution you play on. Check
http://phoon.us/mouse/
for how much DPI you need for pixel accuracy. Then again, I don't know if the 'collision detection' (between bullet and enemy) of game engines works on a pixel basis since what eventually gets displayed with pixels in 2D is virtually 3D at some point wink.gif
Since one mouse count changes the first person view by 0.022 degrees, I assume pixel accuracy is not the ultimate measure ^^

Has F u r u y á ever posted his R script??
Anyway, attached is what I made for Octave. It is not very refined but it should work. Suggestions and questions are welcome smile.gif

mouseplot.zip 1k .zip file
Edited by Kragarmendes - 10/5/12 at 6:56am
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http://www.f-paper.com/?i715960_8#

Found from other thread. New g400 uses Avago S3095. Diff from mx518?
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post #447 of 1549
Quote:
Originally Posted by RK777;14529052 
Yes, the sensor info is pretty much non existent... until NOW.

The G400 uses an Avago S3095 which is basically an Avago ADNS-3090 with prediction you can't turn off and slightly higher dpi. I'm happy about everything in this mouse except for the prediction.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore;14542232 
The G400 uses an Avago S3095 which is basically an Avago ADNS-3090 with prediction you can't turn off and slightly higher dpi. I'm happy about everything in this mouse except for the prediction.

Well they stated that it was gonna be the same mouse with higher dpi and new shell. They wanted to keep it the same as the popular mx518, which meant keeping the prediction.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Wararchon;14543686 
Well they stated that it was gonna be the same mouse with higher dpi and new shell. They wanted to keep it the same as the popular mx518, which meant keeping the prediction.

If its based off the 3090 then they could have simply made it an option in the drivers just like CM did with the spawn, that way a lot more people would be interested in the mouse.
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Wouldn't a prediction toggle require onboard memory to update the sensor each time with patched firmware?
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