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    Yes, Zowie
  • 88% (16)
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post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by nittwit View Post

I tried this again, but with a Zowie Mico and i broke down the "spring" thing :c...
You can't break it down. It fell out. Need to be accurate.
Edited by Jalal - 5/3/15 at 1:11pm
post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by Jalal View Post

You can't break it down. It fell out. Need to be accurate.

I meant the copper colored thing. I pressed too hard when i tried to bend the L shaped iron with a sharp thing and cutted it.
post #23 of 26
I gave up fixing my Razer Switches and got new ones for like $2.
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post #24 of 26
Cool guide thanks for the share. Definitely going to try it out sometime. Here is a similar guide with some more photos
http://www.silentpcreview.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=506750&sid=9cc68f36c3e79966420af50f43f2f9f3
post #25 of 26
Thread Starter 
Razer sharp, a chain saw.

I know that guide. And overdoing it with the X-Actor knife. Which is super flat and thin and super sharp and weak. You don't pull out the cap with it. You don't use it for other than the mouse feet.
Edited by Jalal - 5/5/15 at 12:54am
post #26 of 26
I just did this on my Zowie ZA 13, amazing.... the delayed Huanos feel much closer to Steelseries Xai buttons now it requires much less effort and mouse button spamming is actually possible.

Essentially this allows you to customize the amount of pressure needed to press the mouse button down to execute an action as well as affecting the overall debounce time with the permanent method.

All I can say regarding this guide is that it was relatively easy, be patient and test the pressure of the keys before putting the caps on (I had to do this multiple times). Fractions of a milimeter impact the feel so the slightest of pressure is needed to adjust. Also try not to focus on the sound of the mouse clicks as they may be deceiving when comparing two buttons.

Also the Zowie ZA screws are underneath the mouse feet, once unscrewed the top pops off with ease. (no latches)
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