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post #71 of 75 (permalink) Old 11-15-2017, 04:56 PM
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That would be nice, sometimes there are spikes and ones has to fiddle with the data selection and zoom to get it to show reasonably. A limiter in graph options that would exclude these extremes would be neat.
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post #72 of 75 (permalink) Old 11-17-2017, 02:11 AM
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1) What are you trying to "analyze"?
Usually you use this for tracking speed (x velocity vs time) and polling stability (interval or frequency vs time). "x counts vs time" is kinda raw data for people who know complex stuff you shouldn't worry about.
To test tracking speed. Just do one hard swipe in whichever direction you feel faster. I can easily get 5m/s swiping from in to out on a 42cm Hien.

2) Human error is real so don't get too fixated on 800 cpi vs 802 cpi ok?

3) Windows pointer speed at maximum is the worst idea you could have and the first thing you should learn when dealing with mouse setups.
Luckily mousetester ignores pointer speed settings.
Anyway put it on 6/11 for unaltered mouse input. Anything more will skip pixels. Your mice have a quadrillion cpi, that's the only thing high cpi is good for, high resolution desktop navigation.

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Weird behaviour

I've tried to utilize this software to check on my recently bought Zowie EC2-B

Comes out the results are rather strange

Test were concluded on both usb 2/3 (changed the option in bios as well) with same results.

800 Dpi, no M.Accel, 1000Hz polling rate win 10 x64

In the following graph the first half is a rather fast movement while the second one is very slow pixel by pixel movement.

Frequency VS Time shows weird spikes while being fast up to 350 Thousands Hz (?!)

Interval vs time shows updates as slow as 800ms (almost a second?)

XvsY is for reference.

Any input as to why this is happening would be appreciated.
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post #74 of 75 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 03:25 PM
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Thanks, really works well and help me find the best dpi and hz for my mouse.
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post #75 of 75 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 01:31 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ainalcar View Post
I've tried to utilize this software to check on my recently bought Zowie EC2-B

Comes out the results are rather strange

Test were concluded on both usb 2/3 (changed the option in bios as well) with same results.

800 Dpi, no M.Accel, 1000Hz polling rate win 10 x64

In the following graph the first half is a rather fast movement while the second one is very slow pixel by pixel movement.

Frequency VS Time shows weird spikes while being fast up to 350 Thousands Hz (?!)

Interval vs time shows updates as slow as 800ms (almost a second?)

XvsY is for reference.

Any input as to why this is happening would be appreciated.
Yeah your polling rate is totally wrecked. Does it happen only on the EC or with other mice too?
Did you try the EC on another pc?
First let's find out if it's the mouse or the pc's fault.

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