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Does anyone know if this is possible? I have different DPI for certain games etc, is it possible to set the mouse so it auto changes DPI when I am playing a certain game?

Don't think that's possible yet with the logitech gaming software. For now you'll have to do with different DPIs and switching manually, or use one DPI and change the in-game sensitivity to match the desired DPI.
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Don't think that's possible yet with the logitech gaming software. For now you'll have to do with different DPIs and switching manually, or use one DPI and change the in-game sensitivity to match the desired DPI.

I guess I'm just being lazy but I thought it may do that.
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Isn't that for game detection? You'd have to switch off from onboard memory.
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Isn't that for game detection? You'd have to switch off from onboard memory.

Interesting, I never thought not to use onboard memory so I didn't even check out the automatic game detection mode. Driverless is nice and you still get the low battery notification without the software biggrin.gif

From the logitech support page it seems you can set the dpi/lightning/profile for each program.

"Automatic Game Detection — The pointer settings, button configuration and lighting settings are individually configured for every application and game on your computer. This setting is recommended for advanced users, and for when you want to assign specific commands for each application on your computer. See Enable Automatic Game Detection mode on the G900 gaming mouse with Logitech Gaming Software for details."
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Does anyone know if this is possible? I have different DPI for certain games etc, is it possible to set the mouse so it auto changes DPI when I am playing a certain game?

Yes, as above, auto game detection, but you need LGS running for that. Some people here are adverse to any kind of software running at all, often for good reasons. You can't do that in onboard mode without manually setting DPI steps.
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So I am about to send my g900 back. the mouse is technically excellent an the quality is awesome but I just don't have the same on point feeling as with my for one year used Zowie ZA 11.

what i am doing now is to send it back and I ordered two Zowie ZA 11 for personal stock and play it the next decade without exception.

with the chaos spectrum i tried one of the best mice actually and in near future but my handling with the ZA 11 is just much better and you get three of this mouse for the original Price of the chaos spectrum.

and Zowie's Quality is and ever was outstanding too for me. in csgo massive changes like a new mouse need it's time and I just got really really strong with the Za 11 after one year of usement so for me personally it's better to stay with it. smile.gif

The ZA 11 delivers everything I need and that's what it's all about.

No 30.000 dpi sensor with the highest tracking rates could top my experience and handling with it cause I am in unity with this baby in my hand now and on a good day my aim is just excellent with it.
Edited by mousefan - 6/16/16 at 5:56am
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So when I went to ship the G900 after I sold it on e-bay, I go to the guy at the UPS store and he picks up the mouse box and goes.. "haha this looks like a spaceship"

LOLOLOLOLOL.. with that note I'm sad to part with the g900, but with all the new 3360's coming out I just had to sell it. The mouse feet and weight were the only cons for me; weight originally didn't bother but after 5+ hours sessions you began to feel the strain and difficulty in just making movements plus the mouse feet gave it a very slow glide and they didn't wear properly.. I've never seen mouse feet 'chip/scratch' on cloth besides with this one. But have to hand it to logitech it's an amazing product
Edited by ncck - 6/16/16 at 7:10am
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I've never seen mouse feet 'chip/scratch' on cloth besides with this one. But have to hand it to logitech it's an amazing product

Yeah, their factroy mouse feet are always somewhat lacking in durability but I haven't even worn mine down yet, maybe because I'm not a rabid gamer by any means.

Already have some of Takasta's Competition Feet in reserve so when mine get's worn down to the plastic section, then I'll replace them. Still have work boots from last year that are worn down and everyone around me are bugging me to change (upgrade) my boots already. Don't want to because they're so comfortable and retain my stinky feet stench for such a long time lmaosmiley.gif .
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I initially bought the G900 during launch and I believe I got a dud. I never learn my lesson. Usually the shipments released at launch have their fair share of defects. For example, my EVGA GTX 1080 finally arrived from Newegg and it was DOA (oh I held back the rage). A similar thing happened when I got the G900. It was spinning out! And I thought maybe I didn't have the thing charged or whatever, but nope. I literally would spin out to the point where I had to connect the thing and play it wired. A few months later, I bought the G900 again and it was like I bought a completely different mouse. A few factors kicked in. a) I was playing with an EC1-A for a while so grabbing onto the G900 felt comfortably smaller and the weight wasn't an issue anymore as opposed to before, I was gaming with a G303 and jumping from 90g to 107g threw me off completely b) I've used a DeathAdder for 3+ years and when Logitech compared their numbers to that of a DA, I have to admit, they weren't exaggerating. I game exclusively with the G900 now. I am actually pretty damn impressed. Of most of the mice I own, probably the only one I aim better with is the G303 (this is my 3rd one, sensor rattle issue is so bad that I'm gonna try to take this one apart and secure it). Good job Logitech! Perhaps a slightly lighter G900 down the road would be great. Otherwise, it's a damn good mouse.
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I initially bought the G900 during launch and I believe I got a dud. I never learn my lesson. Usually the shipments released at launch have their fair share of defects. For example, my EVGA GTX 1080 finally arrived from Newegg and it was DOA (oh I held back the rage). A similar thing happened when I got the G900. It was spinning out! And I thought maybe I didn't have the thing charged or whatever, but nope. I literally would spin out to the point where I had to connect the thing and play it wired.

A few months later, I bought the G900 again and it was like I bought a completely different mouse.

A few factors kicked in. a) I was playing with an EC1-A for a while so grabbing onto the G900 felt comfortably smaller and the weight wasn't an issue anymore as opposed to before, I was gaming with a G303 and jumping from 90g to 107g threw me off completely b) I've used a DeathAdder for 3+ years and when Logitech compared their numbers to that of a DA, I have to admit, they weren't exaggerating. I game exclusively with the G900 now. I am actually pretty damn impressed.

Of most of the mice I own, probably the only one I aim better with is the G303 (this is my 3rd one, sensor rattle issue is so bad that I'm gonna try to take this one apart and secure it). Good job Logitech! Perhaps a slightly lighter G900 down the road would be great. Otherwise, it's a damn good mouse.

Are you telling me you bought TWO g900 and a GTX 1080? jesus where do you work. biggrin.gif Other than that, with all respect, when typing such long text, it would be nice with a couple of spaces inbetween (enter), makes it easier to read, like I did with the quote thumb.gif
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