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3389 Smoothing

So I read the 3389 sensor has 2 frames of smoothing at 1800 DPI and under, and 32 frames of smoothing over. I was wondering if anyone here knows that to be correct.

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Correct. For the KPU in particular, see here: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/r...e-ultra/5.html

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There are, however, a few mice with 3389 whose implementation is done without any additional smoothing at any of the DPI steps (XM1 and M4, to name a couple).

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Quote: Originally Posted by cdcd View Post
Correct. For the KPU in particular, see here: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/r...e-ultra/5.html
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Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
There are, however, a few mice with 3389 whose implementation is done without any additional smoothing at any of the DPI steps (XM1 and M4, to name a couple).
That is quite interesting, thank you!
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There are, however, a few mice with 3389 whose implementation is done without any additional smoothing at any of the DPI steps (XM1 and M4, to name a couple).
Every 3389 I've used from the XM1 to the Sensei Ten feels a bit more bogged down than other sensors like the 3366 in the G403, the 3360 in Model O-, and the 3360 in Sensei 310, AM010, etc. The best comparison I can make is that 3389 feels more similar to a 3310 than anything. Some people like how that sensor feels, though.

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