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Gigabyte M6900 sensor review: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Gigabyte M6900 mouse has a 3200dpi optical sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-3200; DPI presets: 800/1600/2000; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 65 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 3600 fps.


It has DPI adjust + and – buttons, 3-Stage LED indicators, a tilting scroll wheel.

Omron durable switches: 5 million clicks

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Gigabyte Aivia Krypton sensor: dpi, acceleration, polling rate

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton gaming mouse has a 8200dpi sensor. DPI range: 200-8200; CPI increments: 50 DPI; DPI presets: 800/1600/3200/5600; Max tracking speed: 150 inches per second; Frame Rate: 12000 fps; Max Tracking Acceleration: 50G; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time).

Mouse suits for right and left-handed users.

It has 32KB onbloard memory to save up to 5 settings profiles

Omron durable switches: 10 million clicks

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Gigabyte Force M7, M7 Thor sensor review: dpi, polling rate

Gigabyte Force M7 has a 3200dpi blue optical sensor. Resolution DPI: 400-3200; DPI presets: 800/1600/3200; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 65 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 3600 fps. It has 5 programmable buttons.

Gigabyte Force M7 has a 6000dpi laser sensor. Thor Resolution DPI: 400-6000; DPI presets: 800/1600/5600; Max Polling Rate: 1000 Hz (1 ms response time); Max tracking speed: 150 IPS; Max Tracking Acceleration: 30G; Max Frame Rate: 12000 fps. It has 7 programmable buttons. It’s a great gaming mouse for the price.