Best Surface calibration?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by j.i, May 6, 2016.

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  1. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    Hi, I currently have a Mamba TE and Naga TE, and both suffer from the known lift of problem of the Twin Eye sensor
    It's not a big deal , but since they are both promoted as professional gaming mice it's still unpleasant
    I thought maybe a good surface calibration could minimize the problem, but I haven't find any good settings yet ( I'm using the goliath control)
    So my question is if anybody found a way to solve it, or to make the curser movement less intense
     
  2. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    From what Razer support told me when I had calibration issues with my Naga, use a white piece of paper.
     
  3. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    Interesting, I'll definitely try that one
     
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  4. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    Let me know if it works!
     
  5. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    just tried it , it actually did help thx
     
  6. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    No problem! Glad to hear that.
     
  7. ndx_leon

    ndx_leon Member

    u mean calibrate a piece of paper?
     
  8. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    The white piece of paper is used because it doesn't mess with the censor as much as a mouse pad.
     
  9. eliwinslow

    eliwinslow New Member

    I've had some pretty bad experiences personally with the razer calibration system. I haven't heard of this white paper method, but I'll definitely give it a shot.
     
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