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Nick, I don't think I ever got around to asking, but what are the projected perfect control and malfunction rates based on the software that you used?
Prelim tests for the Valor's A3090 sensor are below.

Perfect Control (meters/sec) @ 3.963
Malfunction Speed (meters/sec) @ 4.638

Specs recorded at 1000dpi. Not to be confused, this is not the set PC/MS of all A3090 sensor equipped mice.
Edited by PureNick - 5/27/11 at 6:40pm
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Prelim tests for the Valor's A3090 sensor are below.

Perfect Control (meters/sec) @ 3.963
Malfunction Speed (meters/sec) @ 4.638

Specs recorded at 1000dpi. Not to be confused, this is not the set PC/MS of all A3090 sensor equipped mice.
Very nice
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Prelim tests for the Valor's A3090 sensor are below.

Perfect Control (meters/sec) @ 3.963
Malfunction Speed (meters/sec) @ 4.638

Specs recorded at 1000dpi. Not to be confused, this is not the set PC/MS of all A3090 sensor equipped mice.
Why would it be different in other A3090 equipped mice?
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Different lenses can make a difference in the maximum tracking speed. I think I read the Valor is using a custom or at least a non-standard lens. Zowie did something similar with the EC1 and EC2 mice, using a Pixart lens (instead of Avago's own lens) to reduce the LOD and get the ADNS 3060 sensor up to 500, 1000 and 2000 dpi, instead of the usual 400, 800 and 1600 dpi. The pixel matrix size in the sensor is still the same of course, so the dpi increase due to lens magnification inevitably results in a reduction of the maximum possible perfect control and malfunction speeds, however this is a moot point, because practically no one will ever actually exceed these speeds in practice with either lens in a game anyway.
    
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Prelim tests for the Valor's A3090 sensor are below.

Perfect Control (meters/sec) @ 3.963
Malfunction Speed (meters/sec) @ 4.638

Specs recorded at 1000dpi. Not to be confused, this is not the set PC/MS of all A3090 sensor equipped mice.
That's actually very impressive!

May you tell about 800cpi testing?
And also, may you update us about the shipping Processes?
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That's actually very impressive!

May you tell about 800cpi testing?
And also, may you update us about the shipping Processes?
there isnt an 800 dpi step.
it is 500/1000/2000/3500
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there isnt an 800 dpi step.
it is 500/1000/2000/3500
my bad Yes, I was meant the lowest cpi step - 500.
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What about 2000?
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Why would it be different in other A3090 equipped mice?
The A3090 is an extremely robust sensor when it comes to it's options of configurations. The slightest tweak in the SROM can send the sensor in to, for lack of a better term, "a gamer's wet dream" or spiral it out of control with massive amounts of +/- acceleration and/or incorrect tracking paths.

With a bit of time and diligence, we were able to achieve some pretty impressive numbers as stated above across all DPI settings including the 500 step. As I said before, we really wanted to unleash the true potential of this sensor in the Valor without any compromise to performance while catering to everyone's preferences.

As the above stated, the breaking point is above and beyond what a human can perform but it's always good to know you can strap a rocket to the side of your mouse and it still be able to track
Edited by PureNick - 5/28/11 at 12:06pm
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That's actually very impressive!

May you tell about 800cpi testing?
And also, may you update us about the shipping Processes?
There is no further update and everything is still on par for this week.
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