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post #1571 of 3580
who actually decided to remove the static function from the LED?
post #1572 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

Are you talking about Device Startup Effect?

Yes that's that.
post #1573 of 3580
I've done some tests regarding the "surface tuning" and my unit this day. After lowering my sensitivity to something around 45cm/360 (i play with 26) I came across some tracking issues with the tuned setting (G-SR pad). Default settings handled everything smoothly. So yeah, whatever it does, it's not good. I'd recommend to use the default settings.
post #1574 of 3580
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

I've done some tests regarding the "surface tuning" and my unit this day. After lowering my sensitivity to something around 45cm/360 (i play with 26) I came across some tracking issues with the tuned setting (G-SR pad). Default settings handled everything smoothly. So yeah, whatever it does, it's not good. I'd recommend to use the default settings.

Surface tuning is to lower LOD on plastic mouse pads.
post #1575 of 3580
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Originally Posted by unplayed namer View Post

who actually decided to remove the static function from the LED?

It can still do a fixed color setting without pulsing etc., if I remember right.
post #1576 of 3580
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Surface tuning is to lower LOD on plastic mouse pads.

It comes with a default and 2 presets: one for a logitech plastic pad but also one for a logitech cloth pad. So the cloth preset that logitech provides themselves is bogus?
If only logi can deliver settings optimized for cloth pads and the user can only use the feature to adjust the mouse on a hard pad the hole thing is useless smile.gif
post #1577 of 3580
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Originally Posted by deepor View Post

It can still do a fixed color setting without pulsing etc., if I remember right.

For a fixed color or a dimmer brightness, just change the RGB setting values.
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post #1578 of 3580
Surface tuning on all my 3366 mice has only given me worse results than the default setting for some weird reason so I wouldn't bother with it.
post #1579 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Huzzaa View Post

I just got one that has M1 super sensitive and less clicky than M2.

So yeah, but it's tolerable this time. The G900 is a different story.

Kind of still confirming that stuff just either arrives gimped or gimped stuff are literally sent to this part of the world.

Eastern Europe.

Of all the mice where I can name defective units or minor defections on them, I have over like 40% of what I've purchased. I've owned like over 15 in the latter 3 years.

This goes for keyboards too, I have 2 CM QFK TKs. The first one has a noticeable difference between the key 'a' and key 'd'.

Oh well.

But truthfully, so far, I love it. The G900 was bulkier and I need to get used to this one so I will hold my final verdicts off for now.

Well, played with it for 2 days now and it's clear.

Unit is defective. M1 is mushy. I'll be requesting a replacement of another Pro and 403 to my defective G900 and will have to see(If I get it that way) of how the 2nd piece will be like.

Performance wise, it's a beast.

I am a lil' unfcomfortable still because the front feels a bit low for me and pulling the mouse towards myself on the pad seems to be problematic at times, I miss my mark on stuff that is just a tad lower on the screen.

Everything else, perfect. Skill in games, 10/10. I love this mouse so far. It just, has a tougher to feel M1, is all... My unit.

I'll be opening a ticket to replace it on monday. But so far, no real issues.

Bought the G403 as well to try that out, maybe it's even better, ~5-7g difference shouldn't be a gamechanger and if it suits me better, I'll probably be using it.

My verdict so far though about the G Pro. Perfect. Shape is always subjective so be aware buyers.
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I played quite a lot of overwatch (with McCree pinpoint aiming) and while I did like the G403, I play better with the G Pro. Surprisingly the KPM which I ordered for fun because it was super cheap is doing just as well as the G Pro. The verdict is still out on which I will finally use....
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