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post #2311 of 2480
Hey guys, does anybody know if its possible to use a DA 3.5G shell with a DA chroma internals? My DA chroma has a crack in the middle of the left button which is preventing me from clicking. Warranty is over so I just thought on buying a second hand DA 3.5G for cheap and use its shell to install on the DA chroma. Would you say this is gonna work?

Sorry if this has been answered before
post #2312 of 2480
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Originally Posted by benllok View Post

Hey guys, does anybody know if its possible to use a DA 3.5G shell with a DA chroma internals? My DA chroma has a crack in the middle of the left button which is preventing me from clicking. Warranty is over so I just thought on buying a second hand DA 3.5G for cheap and use its shell to install on the DA chroma. Would you say this is gonna work?

Sorry if this has been answered before


no, they don't fit with eachother.
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post #2313 of 2480
So I got my hands on a Black Ops 3 Deathadder Chroma for 40€. Think it works great, have any of you this version of the mouse?
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So I got my hands on a Black Ops 3 Deathadder Chroma for 40€. Think it works great, have any of you this version of the mouse?

Probably not many due to it mostly being severely overpriced
post #2315 of 2480
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Probably not many due to it mostly being severely overpriced

Yeah, that's probably right. It got a huge price cut at Webhallen, so it was about 25€ less than a regular Deathadder Chroma, so it felt like a good deal.
post #2316 of 2480
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Yeah, that's probably right. It got a hugeprice cut at Webhallen, so it was about 25€ less than a regular Deathadder Chroma, so it felt like a good deal.

€40 is what a DeathAdder should cost, if even that. I have a DA2013 which I got for £27/€32/$35 and the materials are god awful. The scroll wheel grinded against the LED PCB so I had to remove it. All the buttons click nicely but the general feeling of the mouse is so cheap it's unbelievable. Performance is fine apart from the mouse feet being far too thin, making the base scrape the mousepad. I had to fill in the grooves and put new mouse feet on top to make it glide properly.
post #2317 of 2480
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€40 is what a DeathAdder should cost, if even that. I have a DA2013 which I got for £27/€32/$35 and the materials are god awful. The scroll wheel grinded against the LED PCB so I had to remove it. All the buttons click nicely but the general feeling of the mouse is so cheap it's unbelievable. Performance is fine apart from the mouse feet being far too thin, making the base scrape the mousepad. I had to fill in the grooves and put new mouse feet on top to make it glide properly.

Huh, sounds pretty bad. I remember that the sidegrips started to get loose on my normal DA2013, which made me try the Zowie FK1. Several mouses later, I'm currently rocking the Rival 700/Deathadder Chroma, two mice I really like.

Anyhow, which brand of skates should I get for the Deathadder Chroma? Hyperglides or Hotline Games 0.6mm Competition?
post #2318 of 2480
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Low pcs as in how low? Most can easily track have max speed of 4m/s, which is beyond what you'll reach during gaming.
While lod is pretty high, you can tape it. I find 3988 lod even more disgusting tbh.
3050 has native steps of 250. If you're hellbent on having 400 or 800 cpi, yeah it's not a good choice. Otherwise I don't see why anyone wouldn't just slightly decrease sensitivity.

Low PCS as in <60ips. I've had 3050 mice that geniunely malfunction [at 500] at worse speeds than a WMO.
Yes, you can tape it but some don't take it well and start jittering when you lift it.
When I said there's limited CPI steps, I meant when companies only let you use, say, 1000, 2000 and [extrapolated] 4000, for example, without any way to adjust them. I don't mind using 500.
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And on that note, idk what you expect from lenovo.

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Huh, sounds pretty bad. I remember that the sidegrips started to get loose on my normal DA2013, which made me try the Zowie FK1. Several mouses later, I'm currently rocking the Rival 700/Deathadder Chroma, two mice I really like.

Anyhow, which brand of skates should I get for the Deathadder Chroma? Hyperglides or Hotline Games 0.6mm Competition?

I, personally, wouldn't dream of buying such premium (HyperGlide) mouse skates for such a cheaply made product.

Edit: Also, what's this?

http://www.razerzone.com/gb-en/store/razer-deathadder-classic
Edited by m0uz - 8/5/16 at 6:58am
post #2319 of 2480
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

I, personally, wouldn't dream of buying such premium (HyperGlide) mouse skates for such a cheaply made product.

Edit: Also, what's this?

http://www.razerzone.com/gb-en/store/razer-deathadder-classic

Alright, fair enough. And I have no clue actually, did that come up just now?

EDIT: NVM, found this: http://www.razersupport.com/gaming-mice/razer-deathadder-classic/

"What is the difference between the Classic Version and the original version?
Razer products were first established with a distinctive blue, only to be replaced by the striking green of today. To pay homage to Razer’s origins we have released the classic version that that utilizes the signature blue LED’s while featuring current generation tech specs and features."
post #2320 of 2480
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Edit: Also, what's this?

http://www.razerzone.com/gb-en/store/razer-deathadder-classic

Just a Blue 2013 DA pretty much.
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Originally Posted by RealityBoost View Post

Huh, sounds pretty bad. I remember that the sidegrips started to get loose on my normal DA2013, which made me try the Zowie FK1. Several mouses later, I'm currently rocking the Rival 700/Deathadder Chroma, two mice I really like.

Anyhow, which brand of skates should I get for the Deathadder Chroma? Hyperglides or Hotline Games 0.6mm Competition?

Hyperglides all day...ALLL DAY.
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