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post #641 of 964
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Originally Posted by canai_roti View Post

So do you mean if I switch the cpi to 11400, its not the true "11400 CPI"?

It's basically the same as running any 5700 dpi mouse with 8/11 (2) windows sensitivity. The interpolation is done on micro controller level and quite frankly, you don't need a "ARM processor" to do this.
post #642 of 964
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

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.

Do you mean stable regarding the system stability or regarding the mouse input?
post #643 of 964
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Originally Posted by ChromeBeauty View Post

Do you mean stable regarding the system stability or regarding the mouse input?

Meaning it doesn't make big jumps, but stays within aprox -+50 Hz

Some mice can't get stable readings at some frequencies, and the polling rate might show huge jumps, up to 500Hz difference.
post #644 of 964
Interesting, how can I check that out?
post #645 of 964
LOL, I only just realized today why I never found this thread before....(wow, where was my brain for the last week or so XD).
post #646 of 964
so i know the avago 6010 (g5 etc) is usually discarded from mouse discussions for it's negative acceleration during faster movements. but since it shouldn't have positive acceleration like 9500 and it doesn't have precition, i was wondering how does it compare to MLT 04 in ime/wmo/imo. the reason is these mice are always recommended is the absence of prediction/acceleration which is the issue with most new gaming' mice, but after all they too suffer from negative acceleration in rather low speeds.

is avago 6010 even worse in this matter? (because if the malfunction speed was about the same, there's no reason not to recommend it as well)
post #647 of 964
I just got the kone v2 6090 avago. I also got a razer goliathus mouse pad.

Will it track ok? I use my wrist so i wont reach high speeds.

I just want to know if the mouse will perform fine on cloth?
post #648 of 964
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Originally Posted by qqqq View Post

is avago 6010 even worse in this matter?
It is. WMO is slow at high speeds and cursor stops when you move it too fast. A6010 is skipping at high speeds, cursor jumps so in game you'll often end aiming at your foot or in the sky when moving mouse too fast. Another thing is this sensor is terrible at cloth pads (jitter, skipping).
post #649 of 964
I don't think its so much the sensor but rather illumination.
post #650 of 964
The RAT 3 really uses a 3090? This seems uncharacteristically well chosen on Mad Catz's part.
    
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