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post #21 of 50
Deathadder 3.5G is fine, especially after the firmware update. Just run the mouse at 1800 dpi and 500Hz polling.
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post #22 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by WMO1.1a;12698599 
Why would you want to downgrade?

I think it would probably be fixed in the future

I have a LAN center near me that runs 60 systems all with 1800 deathadders, I'm pretty sure I could convince them to sell me one used cheaply

Saves me getting tempted to spend £40+ on a new mouse simply to see if it's any better
post #23 of 50
Not to hijack, but whats the difference between 500 and 1000 mhz polling?
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post #24 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by ObsessiveCompulsive;12809298 
Not to hijack, but whats the difference between 500 and 1000 mhz polling?

Nothing any human can feel.

1000hz = 1milisecond response time
500hz = 2miliseconds response time
post #25 of 50
Guys, is it just me or are the stock feet on the deathadder REALLY bad? I was losing confidence in it and was thinking about returning it in favor of my G9x. Even though the G9x is 15 grams heavier, it was sliding across my mouse pad like butter compared to the deathadder. I'm thinking about keeping the deathadder and just adding new mouse feet. Anyone with a similar experience who can shed some light?
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post #26 of 50
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Originally Posted by cuad;12810124 
Guys, is it just me or are the stock feet on the deathadder REALLY bad? I was losing confidence in it and was thinking about returning it in favor of my G9x. Even though the G9x is 15 grams heavier, it was sliding across my mouse pad like butter compared to the deathadder. I'm thinking about keeping the deathadder and just adding new mouse feet. Anyone with a similar experience who can shed some light?

Yes they are really bad and really thin, so you should buy some hyperglides for it and it will be perfect

http://hyperglide.net/
post #27 of 50
razers crap products are very annoying. I almost want to return it anyway.
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post #28 of 50
got mine last week and i <3 it!!!!!!!!!!!!! takes a little to get used to but once u get used to its like omg!!!!!

only problem im having is when i install the driver for it and get the razer icon thing where i can change the dpi, i turn my computer off then when i start it up its not there anymore its like vanished from my pc
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post #29 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo;12764771 
Deathadder 3.5G is fine, especially after the firmware update. Just run the mouse at 1800 dpi and 500Hz polling.

Why not 1000Hz pooling ?
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post #30 of 50
Quote:
Originally Posted by EarlZ;12812325 
Why not 1000Hz pooling ?

For most people it significantly raises CPU stress or makes the mouse unstable.

If you don't feel any problems @1000hz then go ahead and use it.
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