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Good time to Mod..

Check out my WMO thread for detailed soldering guide

and my G100S guide for g100S stuff.

https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=80628.0

https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=81366.0

Thanks for that, this should get the young ones interested in modifying their most important PC device and maybe even enjoy a better product through this experience.
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Are there any G100s owners here, that have had their mouse last for more than a year before the clicks failing? With G Pro proving to be impossible to get with useful buttons, I'm thinking if I should try yet another G100s after two failed ones. There's still some left at a couple of retailers here.

The shape is just so heavenly comfortable in hand, I can't get myself used to any other shape so well.
Edited by Leopardi - 1/18/17 at 11:36pm
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Had mine for 2 years soon. Currently using it at work. Still working fine, no problems.
post #474 of 488
Just solder in new 20m switches you force tested before installing
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Are there any G100s owners here, that have had their mouse last for more than a year before the clicks failing? With G Pro proving to be impossible to get with useful buttons, I'm thinking if I should try yet another G100s after two failed ones. There's still some left at a couple of retailers here.

The shape is just so heavenly comfortable in hand, I can't get myself used to any other shape so well.

My G100s is still going strong after more than two years.
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Edited by delledonne - 1/19/17 at 5:18pm
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What about mouse wheel clicks, anyone have issues with it? I got a replacement for the one I originally had issues with, but this mouse wheel is incredibly stiff.
    
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can someone inform me on which usb cables I can use for the g100s? I only had a microsoft basic mouse and a razer abyssus cable, they both fit but didnt work. Do I need a specific g100s cable or can I find something cheaper? anyone know a quick fix.
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can someone inform me on which usb cables I can use for the g100s? I only had a microsoft basic mouse and a razer abyssus cable, they both fit but didnt work. Do I need a specific g100s cable or can I find something cheaper? anyone know a quick fix.

Anything from Logitech will work plug-n-play. I use B100 cable.
post #480 of 488
The B100 cable doesn't have stress relief does it? Would probably look for a cable with it.
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