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I don't know where you get this from but the avago 3080 has a much lower malfunction speed and most importantly perfect control speed than the new avago 3090 which is above 4/ms in malfunction speed and about 4/ms in perfect control speed

And anyone moving their mouse faster than 4/ms is not human

In addition the avago 3080 has prediction that cant be turned off
Oh it can be "turned off", but that would require Avago or the customer (company) to re-code the SROM.
Edited by Skylit - 4/12/11 at 7:17pm
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I don't know where you get this from but the avago 3080 has a much lower malfunction speed and most importantly perfect control speed than the new avago 3090 which is above 4/ms in malfunction speed and about 4/ms in perfect control speed

And anyone moving their mouse faster than 4/ms is not human

In addition the avago 3080 has prediction that cant be turned off
Maybe the 3668 from the original DA has a 4 m/s malfunction speed but the newer one is definitely lower. I would sometimes hit the malfunction speed while playing when I used a deathadder but I don't remember it ever happening with my mx518. Did a little test just swiping the 3.5 DA and mx518 across the mousepad as fast as I could and there was clearly a noticeable difference. The deathadder was pretty easy to get to malfunction while I don't think I ever got the 518 to.

The mx518 sensor has a malfunction speed of around 4 m/s I think? So I would guess the deathadder is no more than around 3m/s.

Either way it's a great sensor and sounds like the best option. It would never be a problem for 99% of users anyways and I'm sure I would be fine if I just raised my sensitivity a little.
Edited by rebecca black - 4/12/11 at 9:40pm
post #23 of 105
I tried two Xai's from the same store. First one had a messed up left mouse button that clicked weird. Returned it and the second one had a defective sensor - would freak out the second it was lifted off. Not impressed with SS build quality atm.
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Sigh, still looking forward their wireless mouse
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Maybe the 3668 from the original DA has a 4 m/s malfunction speed but the newer one is definitely lower. I would sometimes hit the malfunction speed while playing when I used a deathadder but I don't remember it ever happening with my mx518. Did a little test just swiping the 3.5 DA and mx518 across the mousepad as fast as I could and there was clearly a noticeable difference. The deathadder was pretty easy to get to malfunction while I don't think I ever got the 518 to.

The mx518 sensor has a malfunction speed of around 4 m/s I think? So I would guess the deathadder is no more than around 3m/s.

Either way it's a great sensor and sounds like the best option. It would never be a problem for 99% of users anyways and I'm sure I would be fine if I just raised my sensitivity a little.
The 3090 is the big brother to the 3888 and has the same spec except it has 20g of accel and more ips.
post #26 of 105
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Maybe the 3668 from the original DA has a 4 m/s malfunction speed but the newer one is definitely lower. I would sometimes hit the malfunction speed while playing when I used a deathadder but I don't remember it ever happening with my mx518. Did a little test just swiping the 3.5 DA and mx518 across the mousepad as fast as I could and there was clearly a noticeable difference. The deathadder was pretty easy to get to malfunction while I don't think I ever got the 518 to.

The mx518 sensor has a malfunction speed of around 4 m/s I think? So I would guess the deathadder is no more than around 3m/s.

Either way it's a great sensor and sounds like the best option. It would never be a problem for 99% of users anyways and I'm sure I would be fine if I just raised my sensitivity a little.
So you base the malfunction speed of 1 mousepad and don't consider that you might have a defect unit? Even if it were only 3/ms that would still be the width of 10x the medium sized steelseries qck or steelseries 9hd

I doubt anyone move their hands that fast...

as for the mx518 sensor, the malfunction speed is 4/ms in the best case



But the perfect control speed is no near that high as you can see. Its very unstable over 2/ms on any mousepad
post #27 of 105
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Maybe the 3668 from the original DA has a 4 m/s malfunction speed but the newer one is definitely lower. I would sometimes hit the malfunction speed while playing when I used a deathadder but I don't remember it ever happening with my mx518. Did a little test just swiping the 3.5 DA and mx518 across the mousepad as fast as I could and there was clearly a noticeable difference. The deathadder was pretty easy to get to malfunction while I don't think I ever got the 518 to.

The mx518 sensor has a malfunction speed of around 4 m/s I think? So I would guess the deathadder is no more than around 3m/s.

Either way it's a great sensor and sounds like the best option. It would never be a problem for 99% of users anyways and I'm sure I would be fine if I just raised my sensitivity a little.
That's the exact opposite from my experience as well as multiple benchmarks available. My MX518 has a noticeably lower perfect control speed compared to my DA 3G and my Abyssus/DA3.5G. I couldn't tell the difference between the 3G and the 3.5G.

But even though my MX518 had a lower perfect control speed I never hit its negative acceleration during regular game play.
post #28 of 105
For what it's worth, (and I posted this in another thread), I can get my deathadder to go crazy at low speeds under easily reproducible conditions. Thankfully those conditions are unusual. Here's the post:

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I dunno WMO. If I rotate my Talent clockwise about 200 degrees, rotate my deathadder about 30 degrees counter clockwise and swipe it from 7 o'clock to 1 o'clock my cursor exhibits certain erroneous behaviors.

Edited by cuad - 4/13/11 at 3:20am
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At usually what DPI do those malfunction speed matter, 800-1000 ?
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post #30 of 105
If it's in a Xai body, light and uses a 3090 or some new better sensor and has at least two side buttons I'm in.
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