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post #31 of 141
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Originally Posted by STRATEGY View Post

For me i applied only 0.6mm competition without anything on top of it . Result as perfect smooth glide


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But did you affect the sensor quality?
post #32 of 141
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Originally Posted by STRATEGY View Post

For me i applied only 0.6mm competition without anything on top of it . Result as perfect smooth glide


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the question is the original mouse feet is 1.0mm or 0.68 ? because the tiger looks the same with the big glue
post #33 of 141
I think the original is 0.6mm
post #34 of 141
You're not gonne feel a difference of 0.1 mm.
post #35 of 141
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Originally Posted by pinobot View Post

You're not gonne feel a difference of 0.1 mm.
I hate to go off topic, but your avatar is extremely questionable.
post #36 of 141
It's a mouse.
post #37 of 141
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Originally Posted by pinobot View Post

It's a mouse.


I think a white braided cable would make it look less like something rude.
post #38 of 141
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Originally Posted by DrSebWilkes View Post

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Originally Posted by pinobot View Post

It's a mouse.


I think a white braided cable would make it look less like something rude.

Geez you lot are extremely grubby-minded and besides let the mouse enthusiast enjoy his avatar here on OCN applaud.gif .
post #39 of 141
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

Here's what I Found out from my own testing.

If you're using a metal pad (aluminum type, e.g .Razer Exactmat, Destructor or something similar (those pads that are well known for eating up mouse feet), use the original clones (performance level). They work MUCH better on those metal pads.

If you're using a soft cloth "fast" pad like the Puretrak Talent or the Razer Mantis speed, use the competition level.

I tried the competition silver feet on my ExactMat and it felt like ass.
And it's NOT the competition feet's fault or some "cheap low quality" Chinese design error.
Hyperglides on my Deathadder black edition felt equally like ass on that pad.

I can't explain it, though.
It STILL feels SMOOTH on the exactmat .
But it feels like the exactmat is "eating" the feet while feeling smooth and fast.
Does that make sense?

But with the performance level or default feet, it feels like the glide is like a man and woman doing the in and out smile.gif

Yea, I bought the competition 0.6mm and its awesome, but my hard mousepad is eating them up. I will have to give the Performance ones a try
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4690K  ASUS Z97-A ASUS GeForce GTX 970 Strix OC 16 DDR3 1866 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1GB  none Windows 7 64bit BenQ XL2720Z @144hz 
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Logitech G710+ Corsair HX750W IN WIN  Logitech G502 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1GB  none Windows 7 64bit BenQ XL2720Z @144hz 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G710+ Corsair HX750W IN WIN  Logitech G502 
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post #40 of 141
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Originally Posted by Lefty67 View Post

Yea, I bought the competition 0.6mm and its awesome, but my hard mousepad is eating them up. I will have to give the Performance ones a try

Kinda yes, I have 2 G502 , one that on home always on SteelSeries I-2 , and the other at work on PureTrak Stealth . So I did a test and the original mouse pad was so smooth on the hard compare to a 2 month competition 0.28 .
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