Cooler Master To Offer MM831 mouse with 32000 DPI and Wireless Charging through Qi

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    It looks great ergonomically, can't stand this pursuit of 1billion DPI, i wonder if having a sensor with 32.000 DPI makes it's 6.000 DPI more accurate than others lower DPI sensors...
    For 4k 6.000 is the max DPI i can have a decent control of the mouse. using a G603 here.
     
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    Pesonally I can't stand over 3,500DPI. Like my old Deathadder. Now my new Deathadder Elite 5G has 16000DPI. What can you pragmatically do with 16,000DPI? You just touch the mouse and the point disappeared, you lost it to the neighbors. Needless to say I never used more than 3.500. Even 3000 I find it better. Although sensitivity on the fly up/down is extremely useful in games and thus I have 'em in my side buttons.

    Oh how many far distant kills I got as a sniper in Battlefields with only 500DPI. If they don't know about this "trick" they think it's sorcery. Feels like cheating to be honest, but I only use this. Many players create countless macros, even for the despicable recoiless guns. Now, using recoiless FAMAS is clearly cheating no matter how you see it. The most powerful gun with the most recoil also, it's unacceptable without the insane recoil.
     
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    Really like my Laser Red Dragon 16k DPI. I don't run it at 16k, though--I prefer around 4k, actually and that is what I set it for. Price/Value of this mouse is outstanding thus far. $30, still running strong 20 months later. Also, I see they've added a couple of features since I purchased it! Supposedly does 24k DPI now...Anyway, had not a second of trouble--pure laser--runs on mirrors, runs fine on white background, etc.
     

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    People game with wireless mouse?!? That's a new one on me.
     
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    what year was it when you went under the rock?
     
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    Same year i realized that wireless anything has no place in critical or latency-dependent applications....so always i guess.
     
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    wireless mouse latency depends entirely on the radio's polling rate, its not the crappy bluetooth stuff it used to be.
     
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    High DPI mice are not a gimmick, just don't use a setting that starts causing interpolation. An application first needs to support Raw Input which bypasses the windows pointer speed setting and takes movement data directly from the mouse. Else, you usually end up with negative acceleration (e.g. when you move the mouse, your cursor speed onscreen hits a wall no matter if you move it 1 inch or 6 inches per second at the same DPI).

    Hardware DPI (mouse) is more accurate than Software DPI (windows pointer speed/application sensitivity setting).

    You raise the DPI setting of your mouse and lower the sensitivity setting in the application to balance out the change. The more counts per inch / dots per inch your mouse tracks within its set polling rate, the more accurately it reports its position to the computer because the more 'counts' per inch it makes, the more it attempts to send/polls your computer its tracking information.

    In your sniping situation, a higher mouse DPI and a lower sensitivity would allow your crosshair to move those couple extra pixels to the enemy's head without as a much effort as your mouse DPI set to 500 due to how many times it counted "dots" on the surface under it when it was polling your computer.

    Laser usually picks up more detail of a surface than Optical. That can be good or bad depending on the type of surface you use.
    Sometimes that can be too much information and your cursor will jitter if your surface may be dirty or have small ridges.

    That may not be a problem at high movement speeds of the mouse, but at lower speeds it can be noticeable versus an optical mouse.
     
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