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Hi!

Is there any way to override Kova's in-built settings?
Asking it because if it has two buttons on both sides and basically they are working (ofc it depends from the hand mode) then logically it should be possible.

It's a little weird that Roccat is planning to release Kova[+] with a driver which makes basically the same mouse fully configurable.

Br,
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Hmm I don't know, but I have a question for you, will the Kova[+] be able to adjust the polling rate in the drivers too? For ex. 125hz/500hz/1000hz?

edit:Nvm just read there site, you can switch the polling rate.....well I may of just found my new mouse! yay! Do you know when this mouse is gonna be released?And will it still have the 3080 avago sensor? Here's a link to the mouse.

http://www.roccat.org/Products/Gamin.../ROCCAT-Kova-/
Edited by Maxadus - 1/12/11 at 7:36pm
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Originally Posted by DanielLoorits View Post
Is there any way to override Kova's in-built settings?
Asking it because if it has two buttons on both sides and basically they are working (ofc it depends from the hand mode) then logically it should be possible.
What do you mean, assigning macros or binding all 4 side buttons?

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Do you know when this mouse is gonna be released?And will it still have the 3080 avago sensor? Here's a link to the mouse.
January

No, should be the same PixArt Sensor as the Pyra.
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post
January

No, should be the same PixArt Sensor as the Pyra.
Cool, do you know how well that sensor performs? Is it anywhere near as good as say the deathadder/mx518? any skipping issues?
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Dunno, not many good sources about the Pyra around but from what I've heard it's at least decent/good.

+ I haven't had time to test this exotic japanese mouse with the same sensor a friend bought for me in Japan, it's still lying unopened on my desk.
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