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post #141 of 145 (permalink) Old 02-09-2020, 11:08 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by r0ach View Post
I haven't used the MM710 yet, so that post was all entirely about Model O-. I have a Model O (non-minus) coming in the mail tomorrow or the day after so I can tell you if the size is any better. As for the sensor itself, the Model O 3360 implementation and the G Pro Hero 16k sensor are both the two most responsive sensors I've ever used. The 3389 in the Endgame XM1 and Sensei Ten weren't as quick and ultra-responsive. No idea about the 3389 in the MM710.

Even though the Hero 16k and Model O's 3360 were the most responsive I've used, that doesn't necessarily translate into real-world accuracy. If I had to estimate, if you place any of the sensors into the perfect shell of your choice, I think most people would probably play best with the 3366 in the G403, or maybe the 3360 from the Sensei 310. All the 3389's I've used felt the most similar to 3310's to me. That kind of slow and accurate but sort of bogged down and higher friction cursor movement compared to AM010 or 3366.
nice ordered the mm711 gloss if that makes any different. it should be only the weight because rgb. couldn't find the the mm710 gloss.

I'll wait to hear your feedback. I still have it on order. I need to use the lexip mouse feet because I am using ss i-2 glass mat. and this mouse pad is mouse feet killer. I remember I needed to replace like 20 times in a year the mouse feet for g502. I just got sick of it, I bought like 10 boxes of lexip just to be safe. because it was on sale 10.99$ instead 19.99$. they won't wear down so I can always use them or sell them.

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Does anyone know what exactly surface tuning do except of lowering LOD? I have a feeling that it adds some kind of acceleration to cursor movement or maybe affects sensitivity somehow. It seems like surface tuning improves flickshots but makes it difficult to track fast moving targets and do small aim adjustments. It is very noticeable on aim bots map in CS GO.
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Finally picked one of these up. Oddly enough my local Best Buy had a 710 black glossy in stock. Pretty happy with it so far. Haven't noticed any issues with it or any rattles so I think I got a good copy.

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Have done that with every single mouse purchased, since 1998.
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