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Originally Posted by AE86@10KRPM View Post

really? My hands are sometimes sweaty... and I like the coating... a lot... lol:p
Also, on my old Zowie FK1, there's stuff that look like skin oil on the buttons where I press down that I can't get rid of. Tried everything alcohol etc. But EVGA X5's coating make it really easy to wipe off. thumb.gif
My hands are pretty damn sweaty, so the coating of the X5 feels really slimy lol. It's gross but I cant do much about it.
post #592 of 623
uhhhh, i seem to have found a bug of some sort...
Sometimes when I start up my pc, the mouse has a different CPI than the one I set. For example I set it to 800 CPI but then next day I start it up and it moves A LOT faster than 800. Something like 2000 CPI-ish. A reboot fixes this and it only happens rarely, but still annoying when it does.

Also the scroll wheel bug is driving me insane I think i might have to return this mouse. sigh

Also, for those who use the driver to assign macros or whatever, there is a visual bug about the polling rate in the software UI. When you set it to 500Hz and reboot, it will show 1000Hz instead, but the mouse is actually operating correctly at 500Hz. Just something to note...
post #593 of 623
There is something wrong with this mice for me. When I try to make fast flick shots while jumping it somehow drags towards the center disobeying my intention. I increased the dpi on the x axis and that definitely helped, but it still feels kinda awkward.
post #594 of 623
Just bought this mouse, and it will be arriving in a couple of days. As this is a very long thread and hasn't been updated for a little while, should I avoid the software? As I am not as computer savvy as plenty of the people here, would downloading the software to change the mouse to 800cpi then uninstalling after be an okay thing to do?
post #595 of 623
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Originally Posted by Lolcarrots View Post

Just bought this mouse, and it will be arriving in a couple of days. As this is a very long thread and hasn't been updated for a little while, should I avoid the software? As I am not as computer savvy as plenty of the people here, would downloading the software to change the mouse to 800cpi then uninstalling after be an okay thing to do?

Install software, reboot into safe mode, configure, ensure changes take place then uninstall from same session.
post #596 of 623
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Originally Posted by AE86@10KRPM View Post

uhhhh, i seem to have found a bug of some sort...
Sometimes when I start up my pc, the mouse has a different CPI than the one I set. For example I set it to 800 CPI but then next day I start it up and it moves A LOT faster than 800. Something like 2000 CPI-ish. A reboot fixes this and it only happens rarely, but still annoying when it does.

Also the scroll wheel bug is driving me insane I think i might have to return this mouse. sigh

Also, for those who use the driver to assign macros or whatever, there is a visual bug about the polling rate in the software UI. When you set it to 500Hz and reboot, it will show 1000Hz instead, but the mouse is actually operating correctly at 500Hz. Just something to note...
i have the same polling bug but after all it work rolleyes.gif
post #597 of 623
I got one of these basically for free. I really like the grip since this is one of the few ambi mice that comfortably puts your pinky a little further out than ring finger.

However, on the back by the rear mouse foot on the bottom sides, there are two small ledges that protrude. Is this part of the design for stability? Or is mine defective? I can feel it dig into the mousepad (I do tend to push down on mice, but can feel it even on this pad like QCK+) and it bugs me.
Edited by frunction - 7/18/16 at 8:49am
post #598 of 623
the side shells? iirc on mine they protrude slightly, but not enough to touch the pad
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post #599 of 623
That is quite a beautiful mouse.
post #600 of 623
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Originally Posted by frunction View Post

I got one of these basically for free. I really like the grip since this is one of the few ambi mice that comfortably puts your pinky a little further out than ring finger.

However, on the back by the rear mouse foot on the bottom sides, there are two small ledges that protrude. Is this part of the design for stability? Or is mine defective? I can feel it dig into the mousepad (I do tend to push down on mice, but can feel it even on this pad like QCK+) and it bugs me.

I think I noticed that minor issue during my first week of using it. The Teflon feet's edges will eventually smoothen out & you won't notice the issue anymore. You may also replace the mousefeet if you like.
I'm been using my EVGA TORQ X5 on Qck+ pad for 1 year now. So far so good.

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