Nvidia releases a list of Reflex compatible mice for their Latency Analyzer

Nvidia releases a list of Reflex compatible mice for their Latency Analyzer

Nvidia releases a list of Reflex compatible mice for their Latency Analyzer 

On the company’s Reflex technology webpage, Nvidia has released a list of mice compatible with their Reflex Latency Analyzer tool. These mice meet Nvidia’s latency and responsiveness characteristics, which are designed to ensure that their latency analysis tools deliver consistent, usable data.     

So far, Nvidia has certified 11 mice: including Acer GM310, Predator Cestus 330, and Predator Cestus 350; Alienware’s AW610M; ASUS’ ROG Chakram Core; Corsair’s Dark Core RGB PRO and Dark Core RGB PRO SE; Logitech G’s Pro X Superlight: MSI’s GM 41; Razer’s Deathadder V2; and SteelSeries’ Rival 3. 

Nvidia’s Reflex ecosystem is designed to give gamers the lowest possible input latency. With these mice having certified Reflex compatibility, Nvidia has officially added their seal of approval to these mice, cementing them as great choices for PC gamers that use Nvidia hardware. Sadly, Nvidia has not revealed Nvidia Reflex Compatability’s hardware requirements, though it is likely that latency and consistency are key factors. 

Nvidia releases a list of Reflex compatible mice for their Latency Analyzer  
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Nvidia releases a list of Reflex compatible mice for their Latency Analyzer