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post #5531 of 6960
Man so far I am not into this mouse, The scroll wheel is hilariously bad and loud same with the mouse buttons though they are good to press, but the mouse is easy to move around, but the ******* cable *** why does it feel so heavy, side buttons are complete trash and too little, and suffer from being loud.

Maybe all these loud noises is because the mouse is brand new... but man.. I doubt the scroll wheel noise will ever change.

Also the most OBNOXIOUS part about this mouse and will probably be the reason I might return it is due to the fact that it heats the lower side (were the lights are at) for some god dam reason, I turned off the lights, but it wasn't the lights there is something that makes the mouse hot on that area.

Also I didn't see no qay to remove acceleration within the software, so I am guessing it doesn't come with it and just removing it from windows (enhance pointer) is completely fine?
post #5532 of 6960
woah what?! no accel i've noticed at all. no heat, *** u have a faulty mouse 100%. get a mouse bungee if ur cable seems to be loud. user error
post #5533 of 6960
To remove acceleration within LGS you need to switch mode from mouse memory to local (PC) and untick "enhance pointer precision".
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woah what?! no accel i've noticed at all. no heat, *** u have a faulty mouse 100%. get a mouse bungee if ur cable seems to be loud. user error

1. I didn't claim it had acceleration, I just said I didn't saw it on the software.
2. I said the scroll wheel is awfully loud and the side buttons are kinda too small and a little loud.
3. The lower area were the G is at is a little hotter compare to the rest of the mouse.
4. I doubt I even have a defective one since I am playing with it fine.
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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

To remove acceleration within LGS you need to switch mode from mouse memory to local (PC) and untick "enhance pointer precision".

That's basically windows the one I was talking about, and yeah I had it untick. thanks a lot though.
post #5535 of 6960
And stop complaining about heat issues. Logitech literally gave you a hand warmer for them cold dark winters. Be grateful damn it, because I have to play in mittens.
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And stop complaining about heat issues. Logitech literally gave you a hand warmer for them cold dark winters. Be grateful damn it, because I have to play in mittens.
Lol the mouse is pretty good though, I actually like how I can move it around so easily.
post #5537 of 6960
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Originally Posted by daunow View Post

Man so far I am not into this mouse, The scroll wheel is hilariously bad and loud same with the mouse buttons though they are good to press, but the mouse is easy to move around, but the ******* cable *** why does it feel so heavy, side buttons are complete trash and too little, and suffer from being loud.

Maybe all these loud noises is because the mouse is brand new... but man.. I doubt the scroll wheel noise will ever change.

Also the most OBNOXIOUS part about this mouse and will probably be the reason I might return it is due to the fact that it heats the lower side (were the lights are at) for some god dam reason, I turned off the lights, but it wasn't the lights there is something that makes the mouse hot on that area.

Also I didn't see no qay to remove acceleration within the software, so I am guessing it doesn't come with it and just removing it from windows (enhance pointer) is completely fine?

I consider this implementation of the wheel among the best in all of the mice I've had
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post #5538 of 6960
I have to agree that the wheel is damn noisy. Beside that it's kinda hard to press which is why I remapped CPI button to work as M3.
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post #5539 of 6960
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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

I have to agree that the wheel is damn noisy. Beside that it's kinda hard to press which is why I remapped CPI button to work as M3.
Funnily enough I like the middle mouse button click.. a lot actually.
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I consider this implementation of the wheel among the best in all of the mice I've had
why?
post #5540 of 6960
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Originally Posted by daunow View Post

why?

Several reasons.

  • It has 24 steps
  • It provides great feedback (you can tell 1 notch from the other very easily). Much better than what Zowie has with the 16 or 24 step encoder. On par or better than Roccat's Titan wheel
  • It almost never has phantom scrolls. (hello Zowie 24 step)
  • It doesn't wobble like mechanical encoders do due to the way its constructed (both ends are fixed, unlike mech encoders where 1 end is free to press the button and the other is fixed in the encoder)
  • Scroll up doesn't rattle more than scroll down, like it does on most mechanical encoders
  • Its an optical encoder - which means almost unlimited lifespan. Mech encoders usually go bad within the first 2 years of use
  • Its almost impossible to spin the wheel by accident when pressing middle click
  • Middle click is harder to press than other buttons, so it wont be misclicked when scrolling down harder than usual.
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