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post #4411 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

I also switched FK1 to G303 because of the buttons for osu. That still doesn't justify the usage of uncomfortable mouse for large period of time to the point where it starts to hurt.
No other mouse but the G302 comes close to the G303 in terms of overall performance but again same shape if not worse because of the lack of side skates (atleast on the two that I have, not sure if they fixed it in their newer batches)
post #4412 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

No other mouse but the G302 comes close to the G303 in terms of overall performance but again same shape if not worse because of the lack of side skates (atleast on the two that I have, not sure if they fixed it in their newer batches)

Newer batches of the g302 have side skates now.
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Would lens rattle be visible in mousetester graphs? Would the X velocity at the end of a swipe look different?
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Those were from when my murdered spare G303 had the lens cover come off inside the mouse along with the lens rattling.
post #4415 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Zenith Phantasm View Post

No other mouse but the G302 comes close to the G303 in terms of overall performance but again same shape if not worse because of the lack of side skates (atleast on the two that I have, not sure if they fixed it in their newer batches)

This performance is irrelevant if you can't even hold the mouse. Not to mention, there are thousands of people using mice with hardware that will make you elitists throw up, yet *gasp* they will outperform you in any game simply because they can handle the damn thing and focus on the game rather than pain in their hand. Even I can switch to MX500 (A2020) or first batch FK1 (3310) without ANY side effects in my performance.
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Those were from when my murdered spare G303 had the lens cover come off inside the mouse along with the lens rattling.

Wait ... you telling me that Lens Rattling did that alone? :O jesus ....
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Wait ... you telling me that Lens Rattling did that alone? :O jesus ....

No lens cover came off, that is what put it over the top. The only way for that to happen is for someone(me) to remove the the led lights inside the lens cover(the ones that color the G logo in the back of the mouse).
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I get you now! I was going to say ...

AFAIK the rattle is a non-serious issue and is merely aural in problem : nothing more.
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if you hit it sideways with a heavy object like a hammer or another mouse, a loose sensor will "bounce" very visibly on mousetester graphs

you have to make sure that you're not looking at liftoff, though

EDIT: it also happens if you change directions quickly, so if you do the "swipe back and forth several times" thing it'll be totally obvious
Edited by wareya - 10/27/15 at 11:41pm
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How come that when:
I lift the back of the mouse off the mouspad the cursor moves down a bit and when you set it back on the mat it moves up a bit as you'd expect.
But when i lift the front of the mouse of the mousemat the cursor moves down a bit and when i set it back down it moves up a bit also.
Weird.

Made myself a picture explaining how the mousewheel factors correlate. I just can't seem to find a mouse with the perfect mousewheel, i always have to mod it in some way. Who tests these things anyway?



With the G303 the step resistance is very low, they aren't pronounced at all. The turn resistance was high, it seemed there was something interfering with the smooth scrolling of the wheel. The click resistance was very high, it was very hard to push down the mouse wheel button.
the solution was to put a 1 mm spacer on top of the mouse wheel button and smooth-en the turning of the scrollwheel with some WD-40.
Now the factors are in balance and there is peace in the my universe. biggrin.gif
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