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Well, it's worth taking a look at. Not that the update is for the G9x but according to the post is also be compatible with the G500. The two mice have the same electronic features so they might actually be the same internally.
The download link inside that link (linkception) is dead to me (which is the download link).

Anyway my setpoint says I have 58.18 firmware, the version numbers simply don't seem to be of the same breed of those 1.x G9x's versions.
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Hey everyone, this thread was brought to my attention by a colleague at work. We are currently working to find out the sensor for you guys
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Originally Posted by haiiyaa View Post
"the black element features a philips twin-eye 6500 dpi laser engine with multi-level resolution adjustment between 100 dpi and 6500 dpi"
http://usa.ttesports.com/press/press...spx?s=22&cid=2

so its the pns2302
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by Tt20x3 View Post
qft
It seems that statement by Thermaltake was made before the mouse was actually manufactured and released since the sensor doesn´t look like phillips and doesn´t behave likewise either...

Looks like a classic case of a misinformed marketing department



I´m gonna know for sure after they answer me from tech support (I sent them an email) or after someone finds a way to harmlessly disassemble this boy.
Edited by ZareliMan - 10/18/11 at 1:45pm
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Thermaltake TMGi1 Windows 8 x64 Viewsonic VX2250 CMStorm Quickfire Rapid CherryMX Brown 
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