Quote:Originally Posted by n00pe
There is prediction on my version (PID: LZ12923) but it's not such a big deal imo it's just matter of time (also Logitech released their "second version" of the mouse which is without prediction and the annoying angle snapping bug should be removed).
No jitter at all on my Razer Goliathus Control Edition (imma buy the speed edition it's kind of better from what i've heard from my friends).
Tracking is just fine as you can see in my video i can guarantee you that (especially source engine based games; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U553p021pRE)
I used to play with Abyssus (claw grip) and the responsiveness was just a little bit better but you can't really see difference.
Quote:Originally Posted by LuciferRising
So for playing with 400DPI ; 6/11 windows sens - G400 is the perfect mouse and the best possible ? (mostly for playing CS 1.6)
no acceleration whatsoever
no predtiction/angle snapping
Quote:Originally Posted by whybother
I've opened all four of my G400s up
Logitech G400 with prediction - Avago 3080E
Logitech G400 without prediction - Avago 3095
The 3095 does perform far better at 3600dpi. No jitter.
(noob question) How do you realize which version is the mouse sensor?
on the sticker at the bottom of the mouse.Originally Posted by Overclocker.Monster
What is PID? where would I see that PID on the mouse? on the box?
Afaik Hz is always dependent on your movement, for every mouse. As long as it stays on 1000 Hz constantly on normal/fast movement you're fine.Originally Posted by jayfkay
Ive been using 1k with the g400 for months, but naturally my optimizer kicks in and I want to change stuff. with various mouse rate measure tools its 1000hz constantly in fast to averagely fast movements, but in slow movements it always drops down to as low as 100hz.. this annoys me, I want one value constantly.... I heard the deathadder 3g stays at 1000hz all the time?
I can only speak from my own experience that I didn't really notice any problems like that on my old g400 and I don't notice them on my current g400s either. The internals of the g400 and g400s are pretty much identical AFAIK, but if anything sound would come from shaking the mouse quickly, it would probably from the scroll wheel, which has two metal clips. Alternatively it could also be a loose screw. I'm not sure if you could send it in for replacement but you could pry open the PTFE pads below the mouse and do a little tinkering. As long as you're careful with the mouse feet and put them back nicely afterwards, there should be no sign that you took your mouse apart and your warrant probably won't be void.Originally Posted by navidre
the left click button is loose a little bitits a common problem with this device!
i've noticed that if i shake my G400 very quickly , some kind of sound comes out of it ! looks like something is loose in it !
would you please do this and inform me if your device has this problem or not ?! thanks