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increasing the polling rate should give faster response time and improve accuracy. many new gaming mice are 1000hz out of the box
about the scroll wheel, does it work better one direction than the other?

Gez thats crazy 125hz VS 1000hz, I imagine even at lower dpi rates that is still noticeable? I have never gotten hard core with a mouse and am now realising how purposefull some of these specs are. I have kinda had the mindset that it either works or it doesnt, As I get better with bf3 the more I realise the importance of a mouse though, I have played FPS games more casually but online play bf3 has gotten me addicted.

What it does is sometimes a full sweep will only actuate like one weapon or scroll a page barely in either direction, and then sometimes it works normal. When I took it apart things looked clean and none of the bars that the sensor reads where clogged or broken. Im thinking its a sensor issue or the wires. Im away this weekend but when Im back home I might try a different driver. For some reason im attached to this mouse lol All the games I played with it, but if I cant fix it I wont have a problem replacing it lol.
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Perhaps it's the sensor that detects mousewheel scrolling. Interestingly, my 6 year old MX518 also had an issue with scroll wheel. But in my case it made the mouse unusable as it glitched and started scrolling up and down randomly by itself. (The wheel wasn't physically scrolling, but apparently the mouse was sending signals that it did).
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