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Xim Apex smoothing
« on: 07:42 AM - 10/19/21 »
Aloha. Can someone tell me if smoothing adds input delay? With the Logitech G Pro Superlight I already have a bit of jitter with 25k DPI and sync off. With smoothing of 2-3 it is ok. According to the mouserate checker, the mouse keeps the 1000Hz constant. With Sync default or common there is also no jitter at 25k DPI.

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Re: Xim Apex smoothing
« Reply #1 on: 09:18 AM - 10/19/21 »
It may make aiming feel a little more weighted but Off sync is more than likely going to have some amount of inherit jitter. Instead of smoothing you could try Off sync while using APEX with a lower response rate. Otherwise you will need to decide whether a small amount of smoothing feels better to you personally than using another sync.
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Re: Xim Apex smoothing
« Reply #2 on: 02:51 AM - 10/20/21 »
Smoothing 2 is enough and I really don't notice any negative impact. Didn't know if this would cause delays. Thank you mist.

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Logitech GPXS 1000Hz | 4000 DPI
Zowie GTF-X
Logitech GX Clicky G Pro
Steelseries Arctis 9X


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