Monday, January 18th 2021

NVIDIA Discloses Listing of Mice Compatible With Reflex Latency Analyzer

NVIDIA has published listings of gaming mice compatible with their Reflex latency reduction technology - specifically, mice that are compatible with NVIDIA's Latency Analyzer, which will ensure the best responsiveness from your NVIDIA-equipped PC in gaming scenarios. The mice listing is always pending updates as more and more manufacturers submit their mice for NVIDIA certification, and the list of certified ones is currently bigger than what NVIDIA is sharing in renders.

As per NVIDIA, the listing of currently-supported and certified reflex mice features a total of 11 mice. Acer features three certified mice in the form of the Acer GM310, Predator Cestus 330, and Predator Cestus 350; Alienware's only mice is the AW610M; ASUS ROG counts with the Chakram Core; Corsair's DARK CORE RGB PRO/ RGB PRO SE make the cut; Logitech features the G Pro X Superlight; MSI counts with the GM 41 gaming mouse in the roster; The Razer Death Adder V2 and SteelSeries Rival 3 also make the cut. These are mice that are certified to provide compatibility with NVIDIA's Reflex ecosystem, which takes into account your graphics card, PC monitor and gaming mouse to ensure the lowest latency and fastest system response times for competitive gaming.
Source: NVIDIA
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9 Comments on NVIDIA Discloses Listing of Mice Compatible With Reflex Latency Analyzer

#1
Vayra86
Oh man the E-sport-gamur latency BS is going full mental now.

Inb4 the usual 'but its really...' nonsense

So now you can have your Nvidia-tested Mouse with your Nvidia-tested Gsync panel for your Nvidia-RTX-ON-supported games, provided you also have DLSS 2.0 Nvidia support because otherwise your Nvidia card probably won't present playable FPS with natural feeling latency or gameplay.

I'll go take my place among the have-nots and just enjoy games, thank you Huang, keep your scalper's gen for yourself.
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#2
1d10t
Wow, now mice got certification too? It justifiable then to raise price for mice carrying nVidia Reflex certified badge.
From the get go it already look dumb. But hey, why stop there, there's a mousepad and monitor cable need your certification, nVidia.
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#3
Vayra86
1d10t
Wow, now mice got certification too? It justifiable then to raise price for mice carrying nVidia Reflex certified badge.
From the get go it already look dumb. But hey, why stop there, there's a mousepad and monitor cable need your certification, nVidia.
Next: certified RGB, it only shows G
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#4
halcyon
Vayra86
Next: certified RGB, it only shows G
Naturally, because if your RGB isn't 12-bit and delta E <1, you can't aim properly and your headshots go down the drain.
This should be obvious to any 3l33+ gamer worth a bunch of used micro-usb cables.
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#5
mouacyk
Just name it iSync and get it over with NVidia.
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#7
ShurikN
Jesus, what worthless bs.
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#8
ThrashZone
Hi,
Guess keyboards will be next lol
Got to have gcertified toggle keys you know ;)
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#9
neatfeatguy
Today I learned that Nvidia has more crap that I don't need.

Just looking for a GPU, Nvidia (or AMD). Can you do that instead? Get more out there so us gaming folks can get one?
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