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post #191 of 705
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Originally Posted by avinin1 View Post

the specific encoder used in the Savu (ALPS) tend to be noisy after time..not as intellis, but still quite noticeable noisy

If it is only in terms of noise and the feel/behavior does not change drastically - ok - but after a week already? Is that wear?
post #192 of 705
alps ec10 tends to get noisy scrolling up rather than down. They sure last a bit longer than the average mech encoder, though.
post #193 of 705
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

alps ec10 tends to get noisy scrolling up rather than down. They sure last a bit longer than the average mech encoder, though.

Never paid to much attention to this. Looks like i prefer optical next to mechanical encoders.
post #194 of 705
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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

alps ec10 tends to get noisy scrolling up rather than down. They sure last a bit longer than the average mech encoder, though.

Never paid to much attention to this. Looks like i prefer optical next to mechanical encoders.
Not meant to be troll or something like that but if you will test a optical based encoder next to ALPS based one, you will probably laugh at yourself after realize you said it
post #195 of 705
I personally dislike the feedback of most optical encoders. Logitech's designs sure last a long time though.
post #196 of 705
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Originally Posted by avinin1 View Post

Not meant to be troll or something like that but if you will test a optical based encoder next to ALPS based one, you will probably laugh at yourself after realize you said it

Correct me if im wrong, but the encoders within g500 and zowie am are optical.

This is my allday/gaming mouse (zowie am abyssus + glued sides).

I have some other mice with mechanical encoders. However, the g500 one is my fav mousewheel feel/performance/behaviour/sound. I always wanted to use it somwehere else. Is the alps 10 so much different next to TTC and co. ?
post #197 of 705
Stiffer at first, very hard to scroll with light pressure, but gets "looser" over time. Think Razer Abyssus when new.


edit: opps typo.
Edited by Skylit - 8/15/12 at 5:24pm
post #198 of 705
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Dtiffer at first, very hard to scroll with light pressure, but gets "looser" over time. Think Razer Abyssus when new.
Now thats a answer, perfect. thank you.
post #199 of 705
Hello everyone,
@ experienced people, like Skylit and avinin1, need your help and opinions please, so is this a common "problem" on those mouse wheels? is there a way to fix it, to make it noiseless and soft ? It's true when you scroll it up makes more noise than scrolling it down.... From my point of view as an common user and not knowing too much of electronics, i don't think it's normal (especially when this mouse is so expensive and after almost a week?..ok it's hardware is newer than DA or G400, and from what i've been reading here, the hardware it's very well acomplished, not only sensor but also the other hardware.. it sounds like my old intellimouse, and in fact i hated that noise when scrolling...so if you have some kind of fix, that doesn't make me open the mouse, all solutions and help are welcome smile.gif
Edited by Snakesoul - 8/16/12 at 3:49am
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win 7 64 Benq XL 2411t Roccat Arvo corsair tx650 
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post #200 of 705
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Originally Posted by Snakesoul View Post

Hello everyone,
@ experienced people, like Skylit and avinin1, need your help and opinions please, so is this a common "problem" on those mouse wheels? is there a way to fix it, to make it noiseless and soft ? It's true when you scroll it up makes more noise than scrolling it down.... From my point of view as an common user and not knowing too much of electronics, i don't think it's normal (especially when this mouse is so expensive and after almost a week?..ok it's hardware is newer than DA or G400, and from what i've been reading here, the hardware it's very well acomplished, not only sensor but also the other hardware.. it sounds like my old intellimouse, and in fact i hated that noise when scrolling...so if you have some kind of fix, that doesn't make me open the mouse, all solutions and help are welcome smile.gif

That's because of the internal construction. You can't do much (especially without opening the mouse) to resolve this but trying to ignore wink.gif.
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