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post #1511 of 3549
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Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

After 4 days of BF4 and Doom with this mouse and literally testing the M2 on my mouse on Notepad (basically assigning letters to M1 and M2 and doing the spacebar, tap, spacebar, tap test), my RMB definitely has a double clicking issue. And to be fair, some of the people chiming in have used their mouse for more than an hour or so. There is no such thing as a perfect mouse but there are mice that I own that are near perfect for ME (like my G900 and G303). But other than that, all this tells me is that this mouse is plagued with some QC issues like all the other popular mouse manufacturers. Telling people to stop crying on OCN will probably not make you popular with the Community here (lol).

just because your mouse has a problem doesn't mean that there are more QC issues than any other mouse...So please don't state as much like it's a fact. Of course people will be vocal and complain online when their brand new shiny mouse that they paid a lot of money for isn't working as anticipated. Everyone else who got a good one is likely too busy enjoying it to care or post about it.

I agree with the poster above, way too many people are complaining about hand cramps and such without using it for a decent amount of time.
post #1512 of 3549
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Originally Posted by FatalProximity View Post

just because your mouse has a problem doesn't mean that there are more QC issues than any other mouse...So please don't state as much like it's a fact. Of course people will be vocal and complain online when their brand new shiny mouse that they paid a lot of money for isn't working as anticipated. Everyone else who got a good one is likely too busy enjoying it to care or post about it.

I agree with the poster above, way too many people are complaining about hand cramps and such without using it for a decent amount of time.
He never said there are more QC issues, just that QC issues are present in the G Pro as they are in every other mouse. Judging by the number of posts about how the clicks are uneven or double clicks are registering when they shouldn't, it seems true.
post #1513 of 3549
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Originally Posted by FatalProximity View Post

just because your mouse has a problem doesn't mean that there are more QC issues than any other mouse...So please don't state as much like it's a fact.
Amusing. Read my post again. I never said there were MORE QC issues than any other mouse. What's the use. Base your reaction on however you interpreted what you've read (or glanced over). thumb.gif
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Sadly my delivery is delayed a day to 9/13. Should've ordered with expedited shipping. frown.gif
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It is the same for anything you buy that has been made in a factory. There are tolerances. No way around it.

Most posts here describe personal preferences. This is different for everyone. So there is no reason to tell others that the mouse is causing hand cramps, because the shape is bad , or it is uncontrollably fast, no way to be accurate. This is YOUR experience, sucks for you if its bad, good for you if its good. Nothing is created equal, nothing!


The things that aren't influenced by personal preference with this mouse, is the build quality, the button delay and the sensor performance. And those are spot on and up par, if not better than most mice.



On a sidenote, i don't understand how even pro players don't get that the dpi values for every mouse, even the the same model will differ. So if you stick to your ingame settings and just set the mouse to 400dpi and in reality this step is 420dpi. But your old mouse had a 400dpi step that was 370dpi. It makes a big difference ingame.

Also using a new mouse with brand new slippery mouse feet, when you are used to the resistance of your old worn out mouse feet , is also a difference(as well as a different shape of a mouse).

So i am completely aboard you guys who say, use the mouse for a month. And then judge it.



Personally, i always measure my cm/360 manually with a measuring tape, so it is 100% the same distance in every game with every mouse (then i just play till i get used to the shape. That always worked best for me).
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Anybody tried the surface tuning? I did, but it does not feel much different, if at all. Probably just my imagination. So, whats the deal with this, what does it do?
post #1517 of 3549
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Anybody tried the surface tuning? I did, but it does not feel much different, if at all. Probably just my imagination. So, whats the deal with this, what does it do?

I had problems in the past using surface tuning on the g303. I would get tracking problems and I read about other people having the same issues. So I never use it anymore.
post #1518 of 3549
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Originally Posted by yoomy View Post

I had problems in the past using surface tuning on the g303. I would get tracking problems and I read about other people having the same issues. So I never use it anymore.

Hm, I don't seem to be having that with the G-SR. I'll switch between the tuned surface setting and the default settings for a week or so and see if I notice something. So far, nothing I would not chalk up to superstition. Someone said that surface tuning reduced his LOD, but it did not for me. Maybe this only shows if you use a worse pad than the GSR. I would guess that LOD is optimized for a black pad by default anyways.

I would like to know if anyone has some insight in what this surface tuning is supposed to do still. So far this tab in the software seems like pure placebo.
post #1519 of 3549
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Anybody tried the surface tuning? I did, but it does not feel much different, if at all. Probably just my imagination. So, whats the deal with this, what does it do?

I don't use surface tuning and it's flawless.
My mouse pad is the Zowie GTF-X.
post #1520 of 3549
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Hm, I don't seem to be having that with the G-SR. I'll switch between the tuned surface setting and the default settings for a week or so and see if I notice something. So far, nothing I would not chalk up to superstition. Someone said that surface tuning reduced his LOD, but it did not for me. Maybe this only shows if you use a worse pad than the GSR. I would guess that LOD is optimized for a black pad by default anyways.

I would like to know if anyone has some insight in what this surface tuning is supposed to do still. So far this tab in the software seems like pure placebo.

The G502 had spin out issues if anything other than the factory default was used on its earlier firmware revision.

Ever since it's been fixed really.

But honestly, idk either what it does.

What I know it does, is that it changes something because it definately feels different. I currently use it.

The different part isn't necessarily better or worse, it's just, different? It does lower LoD a bit on all of the surface tunings I've done with G900/G502/G Pro. EDIT: & G303, I almost forgot that I had one for a week before I sent it back(Lens rattle).
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