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post #171 of 203 (permalink) Old 01-27-2019, 02:02 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by numberfive View Post
no, not how it works.



No. 4000 would not be fine on most modern sensors.
There is this website overclock.net - you can dig a lot of relevant information there, regarding sensor smoothing and jitter. So you better do that, instead of spreading this bull****.



I wish there was a way to translate "actually see an improvement ingame" into factual and measurable evidences.



the opposite

Please, my friend, hop in csgo and double zoom from a long to site on d2. Set one dpi profile on 400dpi, one on 4000dpi. Sens 2 for 400 dpi, sens .2 for 4000dpi. You'll notice the difference, too. But you won't notice "smoothing and jitter" on higher dpi. You might be able to measure it with weird software that, according to many mouse manufacturers is absolutely not reading correct valuec, but you can't actually notice it.
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Please, my friend, hop in csgo and double zoom from a long to site on d2. Set one dpi profile on 400dpi, one on 4000dpi. Sens 2 for 400 dpi, sens .2 for 4000dpi. You'll notice the difference, too. But you won't notice "smoothing and jitter" on higher dpi. You might be able to measure it with weird software that, according to many mouse manufacturers is absolutely not reading correct valuec, but you can't actually notice it.
I wish you would know what is smoothing, jitter and angle skipping

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I tried a friends Air, and holy hell I hated that.
The scrollwheel is already slippery and low on the UL pro, this was freaking lube, also hated the holes on the sides, felt horrible to the thumb.

It pains to say this but I do like the UL pro the most out of all my mice, sad I will not be able to buy one again :d Even if FM decide to not die their next mouse will have even more holes and feel even worse.
I guess I better get used to another mouse because when the UL pro dies I cannot find another one lul (outside paying 1500$ on ebay without any warranty )
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post #174 of 203 (permalink) Old 01-27-2019, 07:09 AM
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Yeah the holes near the thumb suck. Too of the mouse isnt great either. Lil sharp, gonna end up buying some thin fingerless gloves if i stick with it. I liked the design of the sunset way better, wish i coulda got that.

Oh well glorious is releasing the odin soon. No holes near them thumbs.


But seriously I didn’t mean to start an argument with the dpi thing, i just been out of pc gaming for a few years n 6000dpi was average.. people were still buying 12000dpi razers... i just found what i liked. Dpi is easier than messing with in game sensitivity...

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i just been out of pc gaming for a few years n 6000dpi was average..
maximum number is absolutely irrelevant, be it 6k or 16k

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no, not at all.
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how is pushing a button not easier than going into the menu during the middle of a match?

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Please, my friend, hop in csgo and double zoom from a long to site on d2. Set one dpi profile on 400dpi, one on 4000dpi. Sens 2 for 400 dpi, sens .2 for 4000dpi. You'll notice the difference, too. But you won't notice "smoothing and jitter" on higher dpi. You might be able to measure it with weird software that, according to many mouse manufacturers is absolutely not reading correct valuec, but you can't actually notice it.
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how is pushing a button not easier than going into the menu during the middle of a match?
explain to me how it is easy to chose between ~4 profiles that you have in your mouse?
what do you do if lowest of the settings is 10 times more than you need in the game?

I don't want to know actually. just educate yourself before spreading bs.
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Apparently finalmouse is sending me a replacement because I have the issue where the left side of the mouse is a little bit loose. Has anyone here gotten a replacement from them before? Do they let you keep the original one or do they make you send it back? Shipping it to them is going to cost me around 50€. Also oddly enough they never asked me for any kind of proof of purchase.

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I initially typed alot more than this but you have some sort of mental issue so thatd be a waste of my time to have to respond to another completely ridiculous post where you have materially misunderstood my post. I have not “spread” anything. In the whole of my PC experience mouse crap is so low on my list of french seals that i give.... i heard what you said about having a bias toward using ingame sensitivity. Did it... awesome.. runnin 2k with .75 x .73y. Still dialing it in... still using multiple dpi settings in the 6k range for menus and desktop, and in the lower range for games.

Im just gonna go back to building my z390 dark, cherry picked 9900k, cherry picked bdie, oc platform. And building out my hardline for my rtx 2080ti. XP

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