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This thread just keeps getting better and better. Keep up the good work Skylit thumb.gif.
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Though it seems that Pixart was able to correct the issue for Steelseries via Kana and Kinzu v2 via firmware update.

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In general, has a sensor one native DPI he runs and interpolates the other DPI settings or is that different from sensor to sensor?
I just wonder if these native DPI settings could be mentioned at the starting post, aren't those the ones were the sensor runs best?
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So how can Sensei reach untill 11400 CPI?
Does the ARM processor matter?
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What is the native/best DPI and native/best polling rate for the Deathadder/Deathadder BE?
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Edited by Skylit - 8/2/12 at 11:51am
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In general, has a sensor one native DPI he runs and interpolates the other DPI settings or is that different from sensor to sensor?
I just wonder if these native DPI settings could be mentioned at the starting post, aren't those the ones were the sensor runs best?

There are native values through out the range.

When it comes to older designs, you see a lot of halving and interpolation for "custom" values. The 9500 and 9800 are configurable in steps of 90 (100 custom rom) or 200.

The G400 for example recalculates all values that are not 800 or 3600. 400 and 1800 steps are halved.
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So how can Sensei reach untill 11400 CPI?
Does the ARM processor matter?

Interpolation of the native 5670 range.

No it does not. A lot of mice have ARM micro controllers. That's simply marketing on steelseries part.

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What is the native/best DPI and native/best polling rate for the Deathadder/Deathadder BE?

1800/3500 DPI native. 500hz is most "stable", but I don't mind using 125 or 1000hz.

900 and 450 are halved from 1800 and provide nice tracing as well.
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No it does not. A lot of mice have ARM micro controllers. That's simply marketing on steelseries part.
So do you mean if I switch the cpi to 11400, its not the true "11400 CPI"?
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