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post #6721 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post

It's actually Logitech's 'way' to approach Lift-off distance. Frankly it works subpar. I hear from all corners, including my own that it screws up with tracking, so its not even working properly.

The default Logitech cloth/hard/default profiles actually work decently. They are in fact just different LoD settings.

The zowie's have the same functionality, plug it in with mouse button combo and it will set a specific lift off distance. (Different sensor)

Yep default works best for me with logitech

Zowie's LOD adjustment seems to work better/similar - logitechs would make me lose tracking entirely on some surfaces.. so I recommend default setting!
post #6722 of 7008
This mice with a cable holder is like the lightest wireless mouse with the best sensor ever.
post #6723 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Buckmoney View Post

So I just did this step by step and I got this in MSPaint. It looks like my sensor has rattle. Does it?


Anyone?
post #6724 of 7008
yup
post #6725 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

yup
Crap. that explains a lot. Like why I can't whip my mouse and be accurate on the end result. Guess I need a new mouse and am clueless on what to get.
post #6726 of 7008
by that you mean that you will return it?
because if not, it's not very complicated to fix it, the only downsides are that it voids warranty, and most likely will deform or damage the mouse feet.

if you like the shape, you might be comfortable with the G100s.
but there's also a new logitech mouse pending to be announced, you could wait for that i suppose.
Edited by Bucake - 8/7/16 at 6:37pm
post #6727 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

by that you mean that you will return it?
because if not, it's not very complicated to fix it, the only downsides are that it voids warranty, and most likely will deform or damage the mouse feet.

if you like the shape, you might be comfortable with the G100s.
but there's also a new logitech mouse pending to be announced, you could wait for that i suppose.


Can't return it. I have had for about 3 months now. The sensor has always felt off to me. I have seen many times where people say it is one of the best sensors on the market which I don't doubt. Previously in this thread I asked if anyone had problems with it. I have always been unable to accurately stay on someone while shooting in Overwatch or unable to quickly snap over to what I'm trying to hit.
post #6728 of 7008
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Originally Posted by Natskyge View Post

Any hyperglides that fit on it? If yes how do i go about getting em on?
just replaced my cable and this is what i went with: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CpTlC1-UEAEta-c.jpg:large
hotline instead of hyperglides because i only wanted did this to have a feel of the 3366 again.
post #6729 of 7008
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Originally Posted by crovean View Post

just replaced my cable and this is what i went with: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CpTlC1-UEAEta-c.jpg:large
hotline instead of hyperglides because i only wanted did this to have a feel of the 3366 again.

Damn dude, thats like 1cm thick cable it looks like lol
post #6730 of 7008
it's paracord which makes the cable extremely lightweight and flexible.
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