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post #1151 of 1929
It happens to me, and i assume it is pretty normal
post #1152 of 1929
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A question, one of the side buttons seems a bit loose and is making noises when I shake the mouse, which is happening often during gaming. Should I return it (is brand new) or is "normal" ? I don't want to be too picky.
mettalic sound?
They makes very different noise sounds to me, one louder than the other
post #1153 of 1929
No ... it's like something is loose inside (but the button is working). It doesn't sound like metal on metal.

I suppose the whatever system is used to push the buttons back, is not assembled correctly and the plastic button is moving too much.
post #1154 of 1929
Can you make a little video about it?
All i can say they make really noticeable sound, one quite louder than the other (always the forward side button)
post #1155 of 1929
Just a fyi - this mouse is currently on massdrop (for 2 more days). If we get just 10 more buyers price will be $59.99. https://www.massdrop.com/buy/mionix-avior-7000
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post #1156 of 1929
Jesus, i love Mionix customization
Toward people who want to use either several profiles ou DPI values.
- Instead of using DPI switch function, i have affected profile switch on 7th button (not as practical as 6th button in game because your index must go backward to press it, i dislike this)
- As main standard profile (1600 DPI), i disabled LED color on scrollwheel and logo
- A recognizable color has been affected for each profile
e.g Blue for Profile 2 (800 DPI), Red for Profile3 (400 DPI)
- Each profile has its own settings, you can set anything you wants unlike DPI switch!
- I do not recommend to put profile switch on right side button if you are right_handed, the opposite side for left_handed because you might press them accidentally
Edited by ajx - 9/12/14 at 11:36pm
post #1157 of 1929
which amount of DPI does perform better for this mouse?
Native (1600DPI), 400 DPI, 800 DPI?
post #1158 of 1929
I found using 800 cpi and 1x sensitivity performed better than 1600 cpi and 0.5x sensitivity.
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post #1159 of 1929
Yeah, after a short try-out, 800 DPI looks sightly better for me
400 dpi seems to be too much slower for mouse sensitivity for the game menus
it might sound idiot but i cannot navigate with 400 dpi, some games don't give the free to have different in-game mouse sensitivity and menu mouse one rolleyes.gif
Edited by ajx - 9/14/14 at 10:22pm
post #1160 of 1929
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which amount of DPI does perform better for this mouse?
Native (1600DPI), 400 DPI, 800 DPI?
I found the lower steps just more subjectively precise, but your mileage could vary. I play on 400 CPI cause I don't need any more.
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