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post #71 of 1560
azeg, It's very easy to understand. I can explain it you even with my bad english, I think. smile.gif
Edited by outerspace - 1/15/11 at 6:56am
post #72 of 1560
It's mistake in the sheet. X-710BH is analog of 710BK but with "Anti-Vibrate" technology (with very low lift off distance).

A4tech X-710BH
Sensor: Avago ADNS-3060
CPI/DPI: 100-2000
Perfect Control: over 3 m/s*
Malfunction: over 3 m/s*

Can you give me rights to edit sheet? For mail with 8sandr8.
post #73 of 1560
Quote:
Originally Posted by outerspace;12029797 
It's mistake in the sheet. X-710BH is analog of 710BK but with "Anti-Vibrate" technology (with very low lift off distance).

A4tech X-710BH
Sensor: Avago ADNS-3060
CPI/DPI: 100-2000
Perfect Control: over 3 m/s*
Malfunction: over 3 m/s*

Can you give me rights to edit sheet? For mail with 8sandr8.


The sheet has been open to the public for awhile now tongue.gif
post #74 of 1560
I tested new mx518 and my result is same: http://wikis.jp/interfacedevice/index.php?MaximumSpeed_en#m467129c

In 400 CPI without setpoint malfunction and negaccel speed is at least 3 m/s on Everglide Titan MonsterMat Fnatic Edition. So I edit sheet.

Add info about X8 from http://wikis.jp/interfacedevice/index.php?MaximumSpeed_en
Edited by outerspace - 1/16/11 at 11:59pm
post #75 of 1560
Who tested Kinzu? Anybody know?

I want to test it with my instruments. But I need helper with this mouse.
post #76 of 1560
I added the warmouse too the list:) I think it uses the twin eye but could be tweaks made too it from the warmouse team. Sense i own the mamba and warmouse and together both of them feel like different mice laser wise. Like on my rocketfish mouse pad the mamba has problems tracking on it, But the warmouse don't have one problem on it.
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post #77 of 1560
Quote:
Originally Posted by outerspace;12041377 
Who tested Kinzu? Anybody know?

I want to test it with my instruments. But I need helper with this mouse.


I had one, but steelseries was kind enough to take it back and send me an ikari optical.


To put it simple, the mouse malfunctions way before 2 m/s. It's somewhere around 1.35-1.5 m/s from what I can estimate as an individual.
post #78 of 1560
Quote:
Originally Posted by Skylit;12044628 
I had one, but steelseries was kind enough to take it back and send me an ikari optical.


To put it simple, the mouse malfunctions way before 2 m/s. It's somewhere around 1.35-1.5 m/s from what I can estimate as an individual.

Is it defect? Or regular for Kinzu?

Mouse with malfunction speed about 1.5 m/s is almost useless for gaming.
Edited by outerspace - 1/18/11 at 6:57am
post #79 of 1560
Quote:
Originally Posted by outerspace;12053224 
Is it defect? Or regular for Kinzu?

Mouse with malfunction speed about 1.5 m/s is almost useless for gaming.

It effects every kinzu.

Besides, that:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Skylit 
- The mouse comes with really bad plastic mouse feet.
- Sensor has enormous amounts of positive acceleration.
- Prediction is set high.
- Bugged drivers. Disabling Windows acceleration through drivers actually makes acceleration issues in game worse.
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