Sound Blaster Connect Software
After downloading and installing the Sound Blaster Connect software, our initial impression is that there is not a lot to do in here. However, the lighting section is quite robust in its offerings.
On the left, you can choose through one of the nine preset modes, or add another to create your personal lighting scheme. On the right, we find an image of the mouse using most of the room, but the smaller window below allows you to choose the motion of the setting you wish to make. You can change the direction of light flow in any mode, and when setting us a custom lighting profile, you can choose from the seven solid colors, and for all profiles, you can address the speed at which the mode moves.
Under the heading of performance, you can make a few adjustments to the way the Siege M04 performs for you. In a range of 1100 to 12,000 DPI in 100 DPI jumps, you can set the DPI level for each of the three tiers of the DPI cycle button.
To the right, we find an option to change the LOD from 2mm to 3mm if desired, and also a switch for Angle Snapping. Along the bottom, you can modify the acceleration and deceleration of the sensor, and off to the right you can also modify the polling rate to 125, 250, 500, or leave it on 1000Hz.
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