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post #1911 of 3554
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Originally Posted by nyshak View Post

Using a mouse bungee reduced the cable drag substantially for me, but the feet are still suboptimal for the G-SR. I got used to them after a couple of days though. Now, I am waiting for official replacements from Hyperglides, Corepadz, whatever to replace them. Also got a Paracord ready to go for that...will probably still take till November for that to come.

But it's not the cable causing the bad glide, I literally swap to a QCK and it begins to glide like ice - back to g-sr and it gets all inconsistent

I have a mionix alioth somewhere but haven't tested it - I'm curious how these skates would glide on a coated surface like a hyperx or taito
post #1912 of 3554
At least the stock feet are decent on the Hayate Otsu lol. I'm still going to stack Hotline Games feet because I want lower LOD.
post #1913 of 3554
Alright so here's my testing for g pro ONLY

QCK Heavy = frictionless glide, very fast, little control
G-SR = inconsistent friction, medium to slow, poor control
Glorious XL = smooth glide, medium to fast, ok control
Mionix Alioth = smooth glide, medium speed, ok control
Artisan Hayate (old one) = Smooth glide, medium speed, good control

So hayate with the g pro has the best 'speed to control' ratio (the old hayate) the one I'm using is fairly worn and was just rolled up in the closet - didn't really clean it besides hand brush off the dust/particles it's also the old non otsu version .. downside is it's extremely small so my skin touches my desk and sticks when sweating (but that's a desk problem lol) not telling people to go out and buy a hayate but saying it was the only mousepad I have here which I felt very in-control of the glide.. idk what happened to my hyperx guess I threw it out

I'm not sure which cloth artisan is faster than the hayate but I don't think there is one (not counting shiden etc) I'm curious how it glides on the hien. I also have no idea how the otsu is or how it's different
post #1914 of 3554
Raiden is faster I think.
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post #1915 of 3554
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

The grip width is wider on G3, Mx100 because of the flat sides, so I guess its kinda like the AM thing, to narrow grip = cramp for many.
KPM is one of the few mice I never feel any aching etc in my hand, can use it for hours and hours.
But I wish it had more options for grips however,.

This whole thing is pretty mysterious. I tried to compare the mouse with an MX300 I have here, and they look different, have different curves for the sides and top and bottom, but when I put my hand on them they feel very similar. The different curves for the various edges end up not mattering. I think what's happening is that I touch the mouse in exactly the places where the angles end up being the same. I felt the biggest difference is how the plastic on the sides sticks to the skin because of different plastic.
post #1916 of 3554
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Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

At least the stock feet are decent on the Hayate Otsu lol. I'm still going to stack Hotline Games feet because I want lower LOD.

Be aware that this will also lower your dpi.
post #1917 of 3554
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Originally Posted by James N View Post

Be aware that this will also lower your dpi.

Yeah I don't really care if it's 200 DPI or 500 DPI. Just adjust the cm/360 accordingly and I'm all good lol.
post #1918 of 3554
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

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I have the same problem with my arm sticking to my desk, so i used to put mousepads vertically so the mousepad goes over the edge of the desk.

then I tried to use my gsr horizontally (as it's intended to be used) and the glide felt much better.

so I cut a really old gsr in half and stuck it with thin double sided tape to the edge of my desk (used other half for keyboard side)

it's really the best mouse pad setup I've ever used, really wide mouse pad and my arm doesn't stick to my desk anymore.
(I'll take pics when I'm home)

on another note, when my g pro gets here I'll try to use these g1 round feet i got from hotline and report how they work, if they don't work too well I'll just sand the bottom down and stick some g400 feet.
post #1919 of 3554
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Originally Posted by zimzum View Post

here you go. well worth it in my opinion.


Can some one make a tutorial on how to unbraid the cable redface.gif

Just received the G-pro and I must be lucky from what i see in this thread.. Both m1 and m2 feels the same.
The mouse glides smoother on GSR pad then the Zowie ec-2a .. ( Buth the Zowie glides smoother on my Artisan Hayate Otso soft )

But the cable makes the mouse feel front heavy and really REALLY bad too use.. I even tried make it fit in a mouse bungee but it's still to hard ( i constantly feeling it during mouse movement )mad.gif
post #1920 of 3554
I called Logitech about my mouse button.

He went around clicking different mice etc in the office and talked to another guy.
They were not sure if it would go under normal warranty or not.
So he said it was better to refund it and buy another one.

Now I am not sure If i dare to order another one or not, I don't want another one with a LMB like this. RMB is still perfect.
For being the best mouse buttons as many say It feels kinda bad to have one with horrible feedback when you press it on 1 button.

So, order another one or not, that is the question ;O
I do still like the mouse and want to keep playing with it.
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