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post #31 of 53 (permalink) Old 07-30-2015, 11:41 AM
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Roccat Pyra:
https://imgrush.com/cRnez2PkKayv
DA 3.5g, ???? firmware:
https://imgrush.com/0K-7fBySgcER https://imgrush.com/bkhr5va8v2nM

For the purposes of SCIENCE, this is what a mouse with a loose, rattling 3310 looks like: https://imgrush.com/C71qTYW5QfMS

Done with a hammer instead of a second mouse.
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try doing a smooth 1m/s swipe like we were in the previous posts

edit: oh wait these aren't 3310 3988 mice. doubt they have framerate changes then...
the sensor is a 3305dk... would that really have smoothing o.O?

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I don't entirely understand but okay

Pyra: (same data) https://imgrush.com/YVrZW3Yw46dl https://imgrush.com/ohq7KCucL_yz
DA: https://imgrush.com/cRU2fV-kltxQ (xCounts looks nearly identical; polling rate is super duper stable)
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well the pyra mcu isn't doing any processing as far as i can tell. that double line corresponds well to the given spec of 3600fps in the datasheet.

so if bumping the pyra consistently gives an initial response that slopes up over a few ms, probably confirms sensor smoothing... which is weird since 3305's max dpi is 3200 which isn't really high

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I cannot see some of the pictures. Is the phenomena present in Deathadder 4G?

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that the comfort of a Logitech shape, is inversely proportional to the R&D put into its making.
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Zowie FiKo 3310





The dropoff at the beginning might be due to the mouse lifting slightly upon impact. My FiKo has incredibly low LoD, like in the vicinity of electrical tape thickness.

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that the comfort of a Logitech shape, is inversely proportional to the R&D put into its making.
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yea the smash test isn't that great since it's hard to tell whether it's malfunctioning for the first few samples or smoothing or whatever.

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It works better on mice that have high LOD, but you can't use the configuration for that since LOD settings might be tied to smoothing strength

Basically, you smash again and again until your best and lowest-latency looking sample
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