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Originally Posted by VagueRant View Post

I have never had this happen on my G303. I did have it happen on my G502 in BF4 but I have never experienced it in CSGO. You could see if surface calibration helps but I know before an update, some time ago, surface calibration actually caused this issue on the G502.

I'll try 'surface calibration' later today. I've only ever had this much malfunctioning on the original zowie ec-1 series. Back when almost everyone who used it had malfunction problems. Since I play such a low sensitivity I experienced it like 500 times a match lol

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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

Can probably check in the software to see what firmware number it's reporting.

Consider an RMA.

What will an RMA do if I have three g303's all experiencing the same issue? Meanwhile I have a deathadder, rival, fk-1, and FM 2015 which all do not have an issue (although I hate all of those mice for different individual reasons)

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Originally Posted by Melan View Post

Do you have any other mousepad to test if malfunction is still there?
Don't do that.

Mine malfunctions on a qck heavy and very very rarely a hyperx fury
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Originally Posted by jtl999 View Post

What OS are you running?

Windows 7 64bit
i7 3770k @ 4.2ghz
gtx 680 @ 347.88 WHQL
Soundblaster Z soundcard
8GB Ram
650w PSU
High-power mode enabled on windows
GPU set to max performance
GPU set to MSI(not IRQ default)
And my overclock is set to lower both voltage/processor speed when idle
cores are unparked
Also my g303 is inside of a zowie camade

It malfunctions on desktop but for relevance csgo I have raw input on, mouse speed 0, and have never used a 'mouse fix' because it seems pointless. My opinion is either there's something wrong with the mouse itself or it's somehow conflicting. The malfunction occurs both with and without LGS installed.

All I have to do is swipe the mouse back and fourth while on my desktop and it'll malfunction after 3~ seconds
Edited by ncck - 2/13/16 at 12:07am
post #22 of 23
Do you have a laptop or another computer to test the mouse on?
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by iceskeleton View Post

Do you have a laptop or another computer to test the mouse on?

Actually funny you mention that. I'll have another computer to try it on tomorrow. Although I don't think the results will change - and if they do then we're gonna need some extra bacon for dis adventure thumb.gif
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