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post #541 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Nothing is truly "flawless". People have different preferences or needs.

I was referring to the sensor? What, people need accel and prediction? so be it smile.gif
post #542 of 1549
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Originally Posted by LuciferRising View Post

I was referring to the sensor? What, people need accel and prediction? so be it smile.gif

I could say the tracking quality of the G400 is rather poor compared to the Deathadder @ 1800-3600CPI and it could be taken as a true statement since Logitech's Lens and LED combination isn't the most optimal solution for the sensor.

I could say the G400 is flawed above 800 CPI since it don't perform as well as it does at or under that native value. Speed and tracking wise.

I could say the Deathadder is flawed because A9500 mice have better cursor precision at high CPI due to higher spec hardware.

I could say the optimal lift off distance of 3060-3090 sensor are flawed since it isn't as low as other mice of different architectures or tracking methods.


In the end, flawless should be what works best for you. There will always be something wrong even with the most popular optical mice deemed into the "flawless" category.
Edited by Skylit - 2/14/12 at 11:04am
post #543 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

I could say the tracking quality of the G400 is rather poor compared to the Deathadder @ 1800-3600CPI and it could be taken as a true statement since Logitech's Lens and LED combination isn't the most optimal solution for the sensor.
I could say the G400 is flawed above 800 CPI since it don't perform as well as it does at or under that native value. Speed and tracking wise.
I could say the Deathadder is flawed because A9500 mice have better cursor precision at high CPI due to higher spec hardware.
I could say the optimal lift off distance of 3060-3090 sensor are flawed since it isn't as low as other mice of different architectures or tracking methods.
In the end, flawless should be what works best for you. There will always be something wrong even with the most popular optical mice deemed into the "flawless" category.

So there is not a flawless sensor then?


I could say the tracking quality of the G400 is rather poor compared to the Deathadder @ 1800-3600CPI and it could be taken as a true statement since Logitech's Lens and LED combination isn't the most optimal solution for the sensor.

Deathadder > G400 at tracking?


I could say the G400 is flawed above 800 CPI since it don't perform as well as it does at or under that native value. Speed and tracking wise.


okay, so lets put it this way. Is there any better tracking mouse then g400v2 at 400DPI (and more speed wize) ?
post #544 of 1549
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Originally Posted by LuciferRising View Post

okay, so lets put it this way. Is there any better tracking mouse then g400v2 at 400DPI (and more speed wize) ?

No, there isn't.
post #545 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Glymbol View Post

No, there isn't.

Is there any flaw at all on G400v2 (at 400DPI) apart from the 2cd LoD?
post #546 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Glymbol View Post

No, there isn't.

Yes, there is.

G400v2 at 800CPI (not "losing" counts due to native setting).

The point Skylit was making is that those sensors are awesome when used on certain settings, since the rest is quite good/average at best.

So trying to say that one sensor is "flawless" while it has very obvious flaws by just changing settings, is not allright.

G400v2, for example, has very low max speed on 3600CPI, and some other people experienced other problems there. Besides, 1600 and 400 CPI are non-native. So that leaves 800CPI as the only native, good setting.

Having one setting that works awesome shouldn't make the sensor flawless, as it isn't wink.gif
post #547 of 1549
2 m/s on 1800 and 3600 CPI is very low? Who would need more at such high CPI?

Please show some evidence that 400 halved-native CPI is worse than 800 native CPI.
post #548 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Glymbol View Post

2 m/s on 1800 and 3600 CPI is very low? Who would need more at such high CPI?
Please show some evidence that 400 halved-native CPI is worse than 800 native CPI.

Anyone who has been told that rising their CPI and lowering their in-game sense and is a low sensitivity player can hit upwards of 2m/s very easy with that CPI.

I can make the AM skip if I sweep too fast, and it's rated at over 3m/s.

About the G400 evidence, you can't find evidence on that outside of Logitech, you know it, and thus it's not a valid request. And they're not going to come and say they have worse performance on a setting ;x
post #549 of 1549
I'm sure halved 800 CPI isn't worse than actual 800 CPI, tracking and speed are the same.
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

Anyone who has been told that rising their CPI and lowering their in-game sense and is a low sensitivity player can hit upwards of 2m/s very easy with that CPI.

There's always a possibility of screwing your settings on purpose.
post #550 of 1549
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Originally Posted by LuciferRising View Post

Is there any flaw at all on G400v2 (at 400DPI) apart from the 2cd LoD?
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