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post #331 of 391
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Damn. Looks hopeless then. frown.gif

As for the Sica being plugged in at the same, having it plugged in and then starting ROG Armory will allow you to cancel out of the firmware upgrade prompt and enable use of the software.

Which is pretty broken with firmware 1.24. Oh well at least my Gladius weighs less than my G303 now.
You found a way of making it lighter???

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post #332 of 391
Welllllll it's not pretty. It involves sacrificing the side buttons, dpi button, the rubber grips(i miss them), the part of the top shell with the Asus logo written on it, etc etc.

I had to do it because otherwise I would not have been able to actually use the mouse for more than an hour.

Also a weird "thing" I have is with mice shaped like the Deathadder...damn I don't even think I can explain it to well



This was before I removed even more plastic. Now you see what a monstrosity it is now.

Anyway removing that top cover might have saved the mouse for me(Something I couldn't do on the Deathadder). I just like the gap being there. idk what it is with me.

Oh and the drawstring clip on the included storage pouch broke already lol
post #333 of 391
Holy crap you really went to town on that thing.
post #334 of 391
Any reviewers of this mouse when it was first released feel like sharing Version 1.00 of the ROG Armoury Software? If you still have it that is.



It exists.

Only for completeness.

I'd laugh my ass off if it turned out that version of the software had the 1.24 firmware updater in it.
post #335 of 391
Hi Everyone!

I'm thinking about buying this mouse to try it out.
Now that it has been out for a while, any information on smoothing? Does it have or Asus managed to implement the sensor correctly?

Many thanks for your help!
post #336 of 391
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Hi Everyone!

I'm thinking about buying this mouse to try it out.
Now that it has been out for a while, any information on smoothing? Does it have or Asus managed to implement the sensor correctly?

Many thanks for your help!

All 3988 have some smoothing mate. There is nothing wrong with the implementation if it has smoothing. Sensor is quite decent for a 3988. Mouse is heavy as a brick. Unless you have over 20 cm hands.
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post #337 of 391
I don't mind heavier mice.

I liked the g502 for example, it was almost perfect. Sadly that stupid "sniper" button was exactly where I tried to brab it with my thumb. I always had to alter my grip and my hand started to hurt after 30 mins.

At least does it better then the DA Chroma? I tried it but the amount of smoothing drove me mad.
post #338 of 391
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Originally Posted by MaTpr0F View Post

I don't mind heavier mice.

I liked the g502 for example, it was almost perfect. Sadly that stupid "sniper" button was exactly where I tried to brab it with my thumb. I always had to alter my grip and my hand started to hurt after 30 mins.

At least does it better then the DA Chroma? I tried it but the amount of smoothing drove me mad.

What smoothing?
post #339 of 391
I have a Asus ROG Gladius mouse, bought it about 6 months ago. After exactly 6 months,I unplugged the mouse, used the laptop with touchpad, plugged it back after 3 hours, and it started to act weird, i.e I had to drag the mouse 4-5 times to go from one end of the screen to the other end. Also the I had to press the mouse button for 2-3 sec to register a click on the system about 1000ms-2000ms delay. Now after trying different PC same error, It now gives me an error USB Device failed to recognized, and then the mouse disconnects No power. On pressing the buttons with a good bit strength the mouse lights up i.e Powers on but USB device still failed to recognize.

So is my mouse ded ? >_>
If not, Is it repairable ?

Any help and guidance will be Appreciated.
post #340 of 391
we couldn't tell from where we are, i'd say try an electronic repair shop, if they don't charge too much.
Something goes through my mind though, if i remember correctly each motherboard's USB has a Port assigned in BIOS,
if u have some front panel USB in use might make one in the back not to work(depends on MB chipset and bios settings),
worth to try and unplug all USB, and test the mouse in the back USB ports, hell u can try unplugging the front panel too,
then try both cables(u should have two) if that don't work, find someone with electronic skills
if that doesn't help well toss it frown.gif all i can think of.. oh wait.. 6 months ? u have a warranty for 24 months at least don't you ?
Edited by Ultraro - 6/20/16 at 1:37am
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