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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-22-2020, 03:14 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by HishGamer View Post
Why do you need to take down my thread?
I'm neutral on the whole thing and I most definitely don't want to have anybody's thread taken down, personally speaking. I think you would have better results by posting your question in r0ach's favorite thread - https://www.overclock.net/forum/6-in...-hardware.html

We have a forum regular that really wishes to be made into a moderator, and she likes to report anything that she doesn't like. Entirely out of my control on that one, and not necessarily the type of behavior I approve of. But people are going to do what they feel is right regardless of what some stranger on the internet approves or disapproves of.

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Quote: Originally Posted by AuraDesruu View Post
Just read his viper mini review and any of the Razer mice threads and search his name. You will find that his view about Razer synapse and how it destroys the tracking.
Everyone on OC hates Razer and the synapse software. There wouldn't be much discussion other than circlejerking about how bad of a company razer is.
It's absolutely true though and this is coming from someone who has used many Razer mice in the past and still uses 2 Razer products to this day (Blackwidow Tournament Edition keyboard & Orbweaver keypad).

Whenever either Synapse 2 or Synapse 3 are installed, aim feels SUBSTANTIALLY worse and sluggish as all hell. The software also introduces all sorts of crapware and virtual devices to your Device Manager (in order to make all of it's RGB, macros and all that stuff work properly I suppose).

The instant any trace of Synapse related crap is removed from the computer, aim instantly returns back to normal and all is well again.

Now Roach's rambling about how it PERMANENTLY renders a mouse useless for the rest of eternity is absolute nonsense lmao.. don't get me wrong. All it takes is removal of the software to get back to normal.

The sad part is that all of the cool, nifty little features that you would get a Razer product for in the first place ALL relies on Synapse software for the most part... custom RGB, macros, all that crap. So what I ended up doing is giving all that up and just use the Blackwidow and Orbweaver in their stock forms (it just runs the default Spectrum Cycling RGB mode) and all the function keys still work properly... pretty much all you need to play games is still there. You just lose the customizability factor and quite frankly, I rather lose that useless crap and be able to aim properly.

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Quote: Originally Posted by HishGamer View Post
I summon @r0ach to start this conversation with me for anyone out there considering whether Mice softwares specially Razer synapse affect the mouse factory settings and how the cursor feels permanently after installing it once and connecting it to the mice. I would rather discuss this with clues and further tests if anyone is interested like me.

Also if you see this post could you explain this: "Because anytime you load the software for any of these mice it gives you a completely non-deterministic result each time. Sometimes cursor movement will be faster and more responsive, sometimes slower. And it will never feel identical to how it did straight from the factory before you exposed it to the software. Makes no sense but that's the way it is." you mentioned that in this thread:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...-people-5.html

Does that mean an exposed razer viper to the razer synapse software will be permanently "damaged" in terms of interpolation and cursor feeling? even after uninstalling synapse and installing new OS
stop taking roach seriously, no sane person do.
nothing is damaged permanently, apart from roach's brain.

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Why are you calling out mods?, I tried pm he never answered me so I am trying to grab his attention I don't think there is anything wrong with that its actually an important topic to some individuals who have obsessions with accuracy and consistency.

If he didn’t respond to your PM in what world did you think making a thread would get his attention where a PM didn’t?

Then complain when you don’t get the response you wanted. Yeah no.

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Never seen anyone summon a roach quite odd

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