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post #41 of 47
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Originally Posted by acid_reptile View Post

I did all that. Even cut the pcb where the mousewheel is located. The problem is that the old sensor position of the g100s is already to much to the front. Thats the main reason the mouse never felt right. A better sensor does not fix this mouse for me.

I see! I actually don't mind the forward sensor position, but yeah.

kinda jelly of your G303-100s I must say thumb.gif
post #42 of 47
Necropost but whatever.
- removed weight
- sanded bottom flat
- added 4 PTFE WMO feet
- changed cable to a paracord one
- changed the switches to D2F-01F's

Feels good man.
post #43 of 47
Nothing, it just collects dust. Friend and I bought one each. The left switches started crapping out at the exact same time, after around 4 months of use as per the gospel you've read countless times before. He lost his nerves and smashed it apart. I adopted the remains intending to replace my left switch with his right, but I'm not exactly experienced with a soldering iron. Besides, really, what's the point, it's going to start acting up again anyway. So now I have two useless G100s sitting around.

Interesting fact -- I plugged the thing in recently and found out the left click has broken entirely. Before, at least it worked one out of five clicks, now it's just entirely dead.

I'd RMA it, but I know it's gonna happen again and I can't do it indefinitely. I'm quite gentle with my mice and I never abuse them, so clearly this is an inherently defective model.
post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by Erecshyrinol View Post

He lost his nerves and smashed it apart.

Smart.
post #45 of 47
Changed it to a Logitech G304 with PWM3366 Sensor, 45g Omron switches, 0.5 meter Razer Orochi cable (Debraided) and Hyperglide feet smile.gif
post #46 of 47
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Originally Posted by Marctraider View Post

Changed it to a Logitech G304 with PWM3366 Sensor, 45g Omron switches, 0.5 meter Razer Orochi cable (Debraided) and Hyperglide feet smile.gif

shouldn't it be 404.
post #47 of 47
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

shouldn't it be 404.

That would be an error tongue.gif
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