Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Mice › [Sponsored] Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse Review - by Ino
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Sponsored] Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse Review - by Ino - Page 231

post #2301 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zelo View Post

To the people who complain about the cord, you guys don't use a mouse bungee?

That's not a solution. Replacing the cable is. That said my cable does drag on my Hayate Otsu so maybe I need a mouse bungee after all lol.
Edited by Argowashi - 10/2/16 at 5:11am
post #2302 of 3551
Well I have to say I love the G Pro.. only complaint is i wish it had rubberized sides like the g403.
post #2303 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zelo View Post

Well I have to say I love the G Pro.. only complaint is i wish it had rubberized sides like the g403.

Cut them off from the G403 and glue them on the G Pro.
post #2304 of 3551
There's coilwhine or some kind of electrical noise coming from my G Pro. What the hell.
post #2305 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

There's coilwhine or some kind of electrical noise coming from my G Pro. What the hell.

Is this a joke post to make people hold their mouse to their ear and look stupid?
post #2306 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by deepor View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

There's coilwhine or some kind of electrical noise coming from my G Pro. What the hell.

Is this a joke post to make people hold their mouse to their ear and look stupid?

This was actually fairly common in some mice, like G9 I recall.
post #2307 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by deepor View Post

Is this a joke post to make people hold their mouse to their ear and look stupid?

Lol no. I could try and make a video but I don't know if it would get picked up. It's constantly there at the same frequency regardless if I move the mouse or not.
post #2308 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by Argowashi View Post

Lol no. I could try and make a video but I don't know if it would get picked up. It's constantly there at the same frequency regardless if I move the mouse or not.

I think I can hear that noise you mean if I hold the mouse very close to the ear. It sounds like a quiet, high frequency whistle? It's pretty hard for me to pick it up because it seems I need to press the shell into my ear to be able to hear it, but when I do that I also hear scratching and whatnot on the ear while that coil whine is so quiet that I struggle to focus on it.

What's interesting is that it seems to shut up after a while of holding the mouse to the ear, after about ten seconds or so. When I put the mouse back onto the mouse pad and then pick it up again and hold it against the ear again, it's back for another bunch of seconds. This is perhaps the power save mode of the sensor that it goes into when it fails tracking for a while?

It shutting up after a while is how I noticed that it's real because that coil whine is so quiet that I could barely say if it's there or not.
post #2309 of 3551
Quote:
Originally Posted by deepor View Post

I think I can hear that noise you mean if I hold the mouse very close to the ear. It sounds like a quiet, high frequency whistle? It's pretty hard for me to pick it up because it seems I need to press the shell into my ear to be able to hear it, but when I do that I also hear scratching and whatnot on the ear while that coil whine is so quiet that I struggle to focus on it.

What's interesting is that it seems to shut up after a while of holding the mouse to the ear, after about ten seconds or so. When I put the mouse back onto the mouse pad and then pick it up again and hold it against the ear again, it's back for another bunch of seconds. This is perhaps the power save mode of the sensor that it goes into when it fails tracking for a while?

It shutting up after a while is how I noticed that it's real because that coil whine is so quiet that I could barely say if it's there or not.

Yeah it's a pretty quiet high frequency whistle/noise. Definitely might be the same thing but mine is permanent for some reason. No idea if it's always been like this or not.
Edited by Argowashi - 10/2/16 at 8:29am
post #2310 of 3551
I just fixed my hand cramp issues by applying "Oliver the grip" to each side. This is so godly now, and this stuff is like glue, no need to deathgrip the mouse anymore. It also makes the mouse 3.6mm wider. It doesn't look pretty, but who cares.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Mice
Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Mice › [Sponsored] Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse Review - by Ino