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Or you just fail to accept that you screwed up because it's easier to blame a mouse for those failed awp shots. Want to prove otherwise? Take a mechanical arm or
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For example, his hands and arms. Replace it with rails or guides with the mouse clamped down
and do the same. Mouse is fine.
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How do you personally fix the lense rattle/wobble?
With folded over duct tape. I replaced the usb cable at the same time

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Or you just fail to accept that you screwed up because it's easier to blame a mouse for those failed awp shots. Want to prove otherwise? Take a mechanical arm or
and do the same. Mouse is fine.
Or you could just do the simple experiment I explaine above. Put tape under the mouse and shake it if it moves the sensor is not secured. Any other sensor faults I don't really have an explanation for.
post #13 of 21
Your simple experiment doesn't matter if your arm is still going to move during fast move and stop.
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post #14 of 21
No it's not sensor rattle causing this. Melan is right. Just happens from swiping. Can test this on any mouse and you'll curl at the ends in paint when trying to stop. Happens with all of my mice.
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Your simple experiment doesn't matter if your arm is still going to move during fast move and stop.
The test is independent of arm movement if done properly.

And I'm not saying the video is displaying the lense rattle problem because it's much to large for that but saying the lense rattle is not an issue is completely false.
post #16 of 21
And I was replying to to 2nd poster in this thread who said the video displays a lens rattle issue, then you butted in for some reason.
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post #17 of 21
The only problem I have with the g303 BESIDES the thick cable is that it's very easy to make it malfunction. Although I don't believe it malfunctions from fast swipes - but it malfunctions from a fast swipe with a sudden lift or tilt in the mouse which I do often at a low sensitivity

So if I begin swiping rapidly and then lifting and repeating the entire mouse will shut off. I thought it to be a power issue but I removed all power possibilities and tested three g303's. I could make all 3 malfunction and couldn't do the same to any 3310 mouse (unless I swiped them super fast) so I can even make the fk1/rival malfunction but that's by a movement speed I'd hit like 0.5% out of 100%. With the g303 I've made it malfunction 6 times in one match

note: None of the g303's I owned had a rattle displayed in youtube videos, sure shaking the mouse hard I hear a tiny noise but not like the youtube video. No sensor problems noticed either
post #18 of 21
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And I was replying to to 2nd poster in this thread who said the video displays a lens rattle issue, then you butted in for some reason.
Yeah my mistake. I was on lunch break and I didn't watch the video until later after posting. I assumed the second poster was right with the loose lense issue and that you were saying the loose lense was not ever a problem.
post #19 of 21
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The only problem I have with the g303 BESIDES the thick cable is that it's very easy to make it malfunction. Although I don't believe it malfunctions from fast swipes - but it malfunctions from a fast swipe with a sudden lift or tilt in the mouse which I do often at a low sensitivity

So if I begin swiping rapidly and then lifting and repeating the entire mouse will shut off. I thought it to be a power issue but I removed all power possibilities and tested three g303's. I could make all 3 malfunction and couldn't do the same to any 3310 mouse (unless I swiped them super fast) so I can even make the fk1/rival malfunction but that's by a movement speed I'd hit like 0.5% out of 100%. With the g303 I've made it malfunction 6 times in one match

note: None of the g303's I owned had a rattle displayed in youtube videos, sure shaking the mouse hard I hear a tiny noise but not like the youtube video. No sensor problems noticed either

I'm confused by what your problem is and what you expect. My g303 has no such problems. It has a very low LOD and stops tracking when lifted or tilted and resumes tracking when on the pad as I would expect.
post #20 of 21
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The only problem I have with the g303 BESIDES the thick cable is that it's very easy to make it malfunction. Although I don't believe it malfunctions from fast swipes - but it malfunctions from a fast swipe with a sudden lift or tilt in the mouse which I do often at a low sensitivity

Yes, this is coming from the very low lift of distance for the mouse. The sensor itself is close to perfection, but tilting the mouse or moving it fast makes the sensor move away a bit from the surface. This causes big problems on some mousepads and especially if you have some thicker mousefeet. It is a bit sad, since the effect will be that you loose all awesomeness of the sensor and it starts malfunction just like a mouse with a bad sensor would do.
Personally I use it with rather thin mouse skates and a hard mousepad to get rid of lift off problems. Then it works perfectly for me. I also have gotten more a bit used to not lifting or tilting it during fast swipes.

The sensor itself is making this mouse by far the best and most responsive mouse I have ever used. The shape and weight is also perfect for me. It's really sad that some things like the nonadjustable low LOD and the thick cable causes problems in this otherwise very good mouse.
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