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post #2491 of 3580 Old 10-11-2016, 01:30 PM
 
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I put MX-2 Skates from HyperGlide (G1 & MX300), it works perfectly.

I also put a zowie cable (with rearranged pins) and I can now tell GPro is bae !!
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This is a good point. However, I've had the same issues with the G403 where you can buy 2 copies of the same mouse and they literally do not have the same feeling switches. My G900 has equally tactile M1/M2 buttons and are both at a level plane like the G Pro's positions of its M1/M2 buttons. I don't think changing my grip will change the fact that one of my switches are incredibly lighter than the other. My copy of the G Pro had an M2 button that was so sensitive that I literally couldn't even rest a finger on it else it actuated the switch.

People have reported having tactile clicks or very light clicks with their copies of the G Pro. The point is that Logitech's QC issues affect their production line in a way where nothing is consistent.

You would hate using my FK, AM or G100s.

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i can see it good in moba games etc but in a low sens game like cs its kinda terrible

I like to use light buttons for GO.

I made my FK's, AM's and G100s' buttons lighter to improve my game. The light buttons and light weight of the G100s almost feels like I just have to think about getting a head shot for it to happen. Only if it the buttons didn't feel like bending plastic and had equal return force...

I can see why n0thing continues to use the G100s, especially if his is modified.
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Many have, anyway i'm also interested, as i don't like them either, they feel too rough, scratchy. Anything in particular to suggest?

You should try polishing the feet first, some of them take a long while to break in and glide properly. I used a nail polishing block to make mine shine and glide better.
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You should try polishing the feet first, some of them take a long while to break in and glide properly. I used a nail polishing block to make mine shine and glide better.

After a few weeks of use the logitech mouse feet will glide fine.
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You should try polishing the feet first, some of them take a long while to break in and glide properly. I used a nail polishing block to make mine shine and glide better.
I might try that, or just wait for them to polish themselves with use.
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You should try polishing the feet first, some of them take a long while to break in and glide properly. I used a nail polishing block to make mine shine and glide better.
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After a few weeks of use the logitech mouse feet will glide fine.

I use my hard pads to do that. Do a bunch of swipes to make them glide better on my cloth pads. Trying to use cloth to wear in the feet takes too long.
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I don't mean to spam, but for those who appear in this thread questioning about whether they should get this mouse or the G403. This is a good review comparison:



Hope this may help many of you.

**Edit: Y'all dislike it. Don't blame you guys. Thought it be helpful.

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I don't mean to spam, but for those who appear in this thread questioning about whether they should get this mouse or the G403. This is a good review comparison:

Hope this may help many of you.

Smaller mousefeet are bad

Wireless is a no go

Saying the DPI button should be removed

Yeeeeeeeeah, don't think this video is worth anything substantial.

Main Mouse: Logitech G402

Rotation: Logitech G Pro, Logitech G403, Nixeus Revel

NOTE: The Allsop Raindrop XL is the mousepad you love that you haven't bought. thumb.gif
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Smaller mousefeet are bad

Wireless is a no go

Saying the DPI button should be removed

Yeeeeeeeeah, don't think this video is worth anything substantial.

It's better than most of the stuff out there.

Don't read my recent comments on the G403 (they will make fanboys upset).
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be careful using diffenrent mouseskatz, the sensor dpi / cpi can go off, If u marginal change the sensor height.thumb.gif

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