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Originally Posted by popups View Post

Surface tuning is to lower LOD on plastic mouse pads.

"Surface Tuning is a technology used to tune mouse parameters to match a surface. Most gaming mice that have “surface tuning” optimize only for lift-off distance by adjusting LED intensity, which can sacrifice maximum speed. G303 Daedalus Apex optimizes the sensor dynamic range to match the properties of your mouse surface for maximum high-speed performance in addition to lower lift-off distance."
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

"Surface Tuning is a technology used to tune mouse parameters to match a surface. Most gaming mice that have “surface tuning” optimize only for lift-off distance by adjusting LED intensity, which can sacrifice maximum speed. G303 Daedalus Apex optimizes the sensor dynamic range to match the properties of your mouse surface for maximum high-speed performance in addition to lower lift-off distance."

Every time I hear about surface tuning causing issues it's people using cloth pads. I think Logitech wanted the 3366 to have low LOD on cloth without surface tuning. Plastic pads tend to have higher LODs when there is enough texture. If I remember correctly, the G303 had a noticeably higher LOD on my plastic mouse pad, the LOD on my cloth was extremely low.

I would rather have an option to config the degree of angle snapping than having surface tuning.
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Originally Posted by Huzzaa View Post

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

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.

So no real issues just tolerance. And you RMA for that?
Congratulations.
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

So no real issues just tolerance. And you RMA for that?
Congratulations.

If you pay good money, you should get a a flawless copy.
If the mouse would cost 20€ i wouldn't care either.
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Originally Posted by syrell View Post

I want the real classic logitech shape - saaaaaaaaad
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

So no real issues just tolerance. And you RMA for that?
Congratulations.

If your M1 and M2 are categorically different from each other, then what do you call that? It's a defective unit.

It's within tolerable range for useage but it's not acceptable in the long run. I want both of my buttons to be equivelant with each other. Not that I have to train 2 fingers for 2 entirely different feels to the touch.
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There comes a point where OCD kicks in and you need to back off and chill to make sure you really do have a real defect.

My IME 3.0 explorer had LMB and RMB different, with RMB lighter.
The Intellimouse optical 1.1a was the same in both clicks.
The Diamondback plasma was the same in both clicks.
All four deathadders I had had lighter RMB's than LMB's. All four.

Should I have RMA'd all five mice, then?
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...Not that I have to train 2 fingers for 2 entirely different feels to the touch.

Not to say you don't have a defective unit as i wouldn't know, but you would have to do that regardless as your middle finger is usually stronger than your forefinger, but i digress.
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

There comes a point where OCD kicks in and you need to back off and chill to make sure you really do have a real defect.

My IME 3.0 explorer had LMB and RMB different, with RMB lighter.
The Intellimouse optical 1.1a was the same in both clicks.
The Diamondback plasma was the same in both clicks.
All four deathadders I had had lighter RMB's than LMB's. All four.

Should I have RMA'd all five mice, then?
I would, simply so that the manufactures start addressing quality issues and fix them in later models. It's kinda weired that a $5 mouse doesn't have this Kind of issues but a $80 has.
Edited by RealSteelH6 - 9/11/16 at 3:05pm
post #1590 of 3580
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

There comes a point where OCD kicks in and you need to back off and chill to make sure you really do have a real defect.

My IME 3.0 explorer had LMB and RMB different, with RMB lighter.
The Intellimouse optical 1.1a was the same in both clicks.
The Diamondback plasma was the same in both clicks.
All four deathadders I had had lighter RMB's than LMB's. All four.

Should I have RMA'd all five mice, then?

According to this forum, yes.

But something will be mentioned and clung to and overblown no matter the release on here. rolleyes.gif
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