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So basically you prefer calculations via SROM vs MCU(halving the steps)?

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Edited by somiao - 4/13/13 at 12:02am
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So basically your prefer calculations via SROM vs MCU(having the steps)?

native registry steps
Edited by Yahar - 1/9/14 at 3:38am
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Put it simply. Zowie should have just used the native CPI to the sensor/srom.

Oh, the curse of less than 2mm LOD. Much rather have had to buy a specific mouse pad.

Would be cool if you could swap out the components with ones that have the native steps.
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Just got my mouse today - ordered from that gamejava site. Everything seems solid - not crazy about the shell, but I've been using the same logitech shell for the past... uh... many years. I'm sure I'll get used to it. Was worried about huano switches, but they feel quite nice and have no complaints. The mouse feet they come with are ridiculous - they almost seem like they're flush against the mouse bottom. Luckily I use a cloth pad, otherwise I have a feeling there would be grinding/scraping issues with a hardpad.
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Just got my mouse today - ordered from that gamejava site. Everything seems solid - not crazy about the shell, but I've been using the same logitech shell for the past... uh... many years. I'm sure I'll get used to it. Was worried about huano switches, but they feel quite nice and have no complaints. The mouse feet they come with are ridiculous - they almost seem like they're flush against the mouse bottom. Luckily I use a cloth pad, otherwise I have a feeling there would be grinding/scraping issues with a hardpad.
I'm going to try putting another set of mouse feet on top of the FK when it arrives. When I tried the AM on top of the soft pad Razer Goliathus Control, the mouse would sometimes scratch against the textured surface of the pad but it was noticeable enough that it was annoying since the feet are too thin.
Edited by toatoa - 4/13/13 at 1:21am
post #466 of 2197
Starting to get used the to shell and I'm really digging it. First mouse since mx518/g400 that I've been happy with.
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After testing out the DA, Taipan, and a few others, the Huano switched now make me sad.

It's like taking batting practice and then getting up to the plate in the game with donuts on the bat.

-Ryu
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After testing out the DA, Taipan, and a few others, the Huano switched now make me sad.

It's like taking batting practice and then getting up to the plate in the game with donuts on the bat.

-Ryu

You get used to them. Your fingers get stronger.

The only thing I like about them is the quicker reset over the typical Omron switches. They also don't feel as squishy as the commonly used Omrons.

I want to try out the D2F-01 switches on the AM/FK. I hear you need a tall variant from them to work in the Zowie shells. Is this true? If so, what is the model name for the 150gf taller version?
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You get used to them. Your fingers get stronger.

The only thing I like about them is the quicker reset over the typical Omron switches. They also don't feel as squishy as the commonly used Omrons.

I want to try out the D2F-01 switches on the AM/FK. I hear you need a tall variant from them to work in the Zowie shells. Is this true? If so, what is the model name for the 150gf taller version?

If you paly something that doesn't require over 100 APM ... maybe. D2F-01's are all the same switch-wise. The differences come from the connectors and whether there's a lever on top of the plunger.

D2F-01F's are the name of the ones that would replace your main mouse buttons. There are also some special right angle connector ones that usualy go into side buttons.

I just made a big purchase of them to replace the side buttons on my death adder and future zowie-fk myself.
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If you paly something that doesn't require over 100 APM ... maybe. D2F-01's are all the same switch-wise. The differences come from the connectors and whether there's a lever on top of the plunger.

D2F-01F's are the name of the ones that would replace your main mouse buttons. There are also some special right angle connector ones that usualy go into side buttons.

I just made a big purchase of them to replace the side buttons on my death adder and future zowie-fk myself.

I heard you needed to buy the version with the hinge. They said it is as tall as the Huanos, whereas the plunger versions are not. Is that complete BS? Maybe they were referring to the plunger being shorter between the two?

I like stiffer switches for FPS, so I would buy the D2F-01 for mouse 1-3. I would use the D2F-01F for the side buttons on all my mice and maybe the main buttons on the EC shell.

I would change all my mice to those switches because I can decrease (by mod) the travel distance and modify the actuation force.
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