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post #21 of 113 (permalink) Old 02-15-2015, 06:59 AM - Thread Starter
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New version released, see OP.
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post #22 of 113 (permalink) Old 02-15-2015, 08:12 AM
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Being the last post before the update announcement, I credit myself for providing the motivation to release a new version. You're welcome everyone thumb.gif

Testing out the new update now. Will report back shortly. Thanks for your hard work!

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Can you help me understand what is going wrong with my tests? Both have these clusters of repeated points which I don't see on other peoples tests.

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post #24 of 113 (permalink) Old 02-15-2015, 01:49 PM
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Can you help me understand what is going wrong with my tests? Both have these clusters of repeated points which I don't see on other peoples tests.

that's because you move very slow, while you see the other tests showing rather fast swipes usually.

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How do you actually read the graphs in order to check wether its good sensor performance or not?
If the dots arent in line with the line, its not good?

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post #26 of 113 (permalink) Old 03-05-2015, 03:17 AM
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How do you actually read the graphs in order to check wether its good sensor performance or not?
If the dots arent in line with the line, its not good?

I only use it to confirm the PCS.
To truly test for optimal performance you'd have to measure the actual movement and acceleration of the mouse and compare that to what the PC receives. Quite impossible for anyone without a real test bench.
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microe gives you hints as to how to interpret the readings in the opening posts.
But as Ino rightly says, it's impossible to draw definite conclusions when you don't have perfect control over the mouse movement itself. Without a proper setup you should read the graphs as something approximative or indicative.
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FYI, after i disabled C2-state in BIOS, i now also get usefull plots in the "xVelocity vs. Time" section, where it often registered single counts at unrealistic high m/s before, which rendered the graph useless.

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I only use it to confirm the PCS.
To truly test for optimal performance you'd have to measure the actual movement and acceleration of the mouse and compare that to what the PC receives. Quite impossible for anyone without a real test bench.

Smooth curve could mean high in-built smoothing aswell.
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Smooth curve could mean high in-built smoothing aswell.

But they can also mean highly accurate tracking... So in reality they don't tell much.
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