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Do macros save to onboard memory ?

  • 6 January 2023
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I’m getting a viper mini but I’m using it for my ps5. If I use razer synapse for stuff like macros will I be able to use them on my ps5?

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Nope. Viper mini has only 1 onboard memory, so macros will be not stored (chroma also).
All other bindings and dpi/hz settings will be stored.

Only mouses that have at least 4 onboard memory can store macros.
Thanks, do you know which mouses or have a list of ones that could store macros?

Nope. Viper mini has only 1 onboard memory, so macros will be not stored (chroma also).
All other bindings and dpi/hz settings will be stored.

Only mouses that have at least 4 onboard memory can store macros.

Actually not true, I have a Basilisk with 4 memory slots onboard and you can not store any macros as they require synapse software to run no matter what. 

 

 

Thanks, do you know which mouses or have a list of ones that could store macros?

No mouse on the current market can support macros (not even simple text macros - like typing a name) for on board storage. Your computer MUST be running and using their software for macros of any kind for any mouse / mouse software. 

I’m using Naga trinity with onboard macro memory at my office but i haven’t synced with Synapes for so long. Also i have Naga pro using at my home which before that i remembered it can store macro onboard, Now it’s not availiable. Is that any specific updates to remove macro from onboard memory recently?

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