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post #1781 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Asuhra View Post

And their metal feet along with the metal mouse mat Corsair MM600 is just epic.
Is just epic...
fail. MM600 is plastic with aluminium core.biggrin.gif
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Hope to god more brands come out with metal feet.
Hope not. As Klopfer said metal has much higher coefficient of friction than PTFE.
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I had to register because of the people talking trash about A4tech. Unbelievable...
Not sure if this guy is trolling or he's just a4tech representative. Maybe both.
post #1782 of 1857
Has anyone else noticed that everytime someone wants to shill a mouse, they have been "a top level player in many FPS games"? thinking.gif
    
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post #1783 of 1857
I think that's best ****post I've seen
post #1784 of 1857
Anyone has some ideas on how I could make the FK'14 mouse buttons less stiff? The shape of the mouse itself is really neat, but the buttons are just too stiff due to the shell design.
post #1785 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Kyube View Post

Anyone has some ideas on how I could make the FK'14 mouse buttons less stiff? The shape of the mouse itself is really neat, but the buttons are just too stiff due to the shell design.
Many ways. You can disassembly the microswitch and bend the spring. Or you can put some scotch tape between trigger and microswitch for reduce button way and accelerate activation of the button or just solder some omron switch
post #1786 of 1857
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Originally Posted by badben25 View Post

Can you post a real picture of the sides and texture?

Not realy good pictures but i hope they help.
The side is normal plastic with this little holes and the top has a nice grippy finish
It feels like the Zowie ZA Series a little smaler than the Za12 the scrollwheel is like the ones FM uses tongue.gif


post #1787 of 1857
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Originally Posted by m1hka View Post

Is just epic...
fail. MM600 is plastic with aluminium core.biggrin.gif
Hope not. As Klopfer said metal has much higher coefficient of friction than PTFE.
Not sure if this guy is trolling or he's just a4tech representative. Maybe both.

I've removed the plastic cover of the MM600 with DMSO. Mine is pure metal but irrelevant, anything hard is good enough for metal feet.

Couldn't give less of a **** about coefficient of friction. Plastic/PTFE/Teflon or whatever you wan to call it needs constant cleaning else I start to see friction changes all over the mouse mat in 10 minutes, specially in hot days like we have here. Metal feet have this unique consistent glide on these hard mouse mats. It's always consistent. I only have to clean it once per month. That's what I love so much about metal feet. You can count on it to perform consistently. For pure glide with zero friction the fUnc 1030 with good Silicon spray is unmatched but it becomes too hard to control. You must be on those days with zero anxiety, no stimulants, etc to perform perfectly with it. Any shake on those hands and the crosshair is all over the place.

I don't work for A4tech. If I did they would have no shapes with sharp edges and they would certainly have better sensors for better LOD and Higher DPI at least and surely they would have no ridiculous weight inside.
I like to promote the brand because the gaming scene is getting ridiculous. I mean, mice selling for eur169 around here (ROG Spartha), other mice with awful quality selling for >eur80 and so on. Total insanity. If these brands see that we are all buying A4tech or other nice & cheap brands and performing as good they will be forced to lower their prices. I have been milked enough and don't like to be taken as fool by these companies. heck, Logitech is learning from this. look at their G102/203... they released it because they are getting massive competition from a4tech in the Asia, Russia and other markets where people cannot afford >60eur mice.

So, for me it's A4tech for the win. We will all benefit from it. I hope more brands do the same as they do.
post #1788 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post

coefficient of friction
...
PTFE is nearly 0.02 - 0.04 ...
metal never reached that !

PTFE with what material? Coefficient of friction is related to the interface. Similar materials will sometimes result in higher friction than if it were different materials.
post #1789 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Alya View Post

Has anyone else noticed that everytime someone wants to shill a mouse, they have been "a top level player in many FPS games"? thinking.gif
In addition, notice how all the posts are nonsensically long-winded? #patterns
post #1790 of 1857
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Originally Posted by AloneInTheDuck View Post

Many ways. You can disassembly the microswitch and bend the spring. Or you can put some scotch tape between trigger and microswitch for reduce button way and accelerate activation of the button or just solder some omron switch
Disassemblying the microswitch is a no go, since i can break the switch due to my clumsyness. Soldering in omrons doesn't help the stiffness. The scotch tape fix could work, but I feel like using sandpaper to sand down some parts of the shell would do the trick, since I've seen a few posts about it. Don't really know which parts to sand down though. ;(
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