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post #581 of 1566
Right now Enotus is the standard because it's easy to use and newb friendly. Though other programs and methods are more accurate, it can give people a pretty good idea of what to expect.
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Right now Enotus is the standard because it's easy to use and newb friendly. Though other programs and methods are more accurate, it can give people a pretty good idea of what to expect.

Exactly my point, ty smile.gif
post #583 of 1566
Enotus is rounding CPI in 200 steps. This results in about 12% error when testing max speed of a mouse on 450 or 900 CPI. Not to mention Enotus doesn't recognize obvious errors.
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Whats a good mousepad for the razer abyssus (better if its on the cheaper side). I'm hoping for $10 or below, or can I just keep this cheap cloth mousepad?

My Abyssus works fine on the QCK+, which is cheap and cloth. No tracking errors, no skipping.
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post #585 of 1566
my friend is looking for a big mouse, bigger than his Microsoft 1.1 (his height is 1,96m so you can imagine the size of his hand...) and i have no clue what mouse to recommend him..
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post #586 of 1566
ok, so you say sensor in g400v2 has native 800dpi that means if I use 400dpi it actually reads in 800dpi and divide accuracy by 2? does this slow down mouse? or? ... tell me please why if i use g400 on 400dpi is worse than if i use g400 on 800dpi
post #587 of 1566
I would also like to know that which DPI G400 tracks the best? Is the difference big between 400 and 800 DPI. Playing CS1.6.

Does somebody also know that which DPI ZOWIE AM tracks best?
post #588 of 1566
There's no difference between 800 and 400 CPI. Anything above 800 CPI is interpolated from 3600 and isn't as good. There is moderate amount of ripple / jitter at 3600 CPI. Maximum speed is lower too but still pretty high ~2m/s, considering CPI values it's more than needed.
post #589 of 1566
Can I use other program than Audition to test it?
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Can I use other program than Audition to test it?

I'd like to know this too, is there a freeware tool that can do the same? Audition is ******* expensive... ^^
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