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post #3431 of 3443
Thanks! I'm using the CM Swift RX and it definitely feels a LOT better after removing the ring feet. Before I felt like something was weighing me down around the mid center of my mouse, causing variances. I feel like I can freaking wreck everyone with this. biggrin.gif
post #3432 of 3443
Hello.
I'm thinking of purchasing the G Pro but my main concern is with the shape. I quite liked playing with the g303. I have a somewhat eccentric claw/fingertip hybrid (apologies for the pictures; I'd take better ones but I no longer have the mouse) where my thumb presses aggressively against the side and the part of my palm under my pinky and ring finger (top left of my hand essentially) pushes the hump of the mouse. Because the g303 had the diamond back I simply couldn't get used to it. I'm wondering if the g pro would be better in that department? Thanks.

Ki
post #3433 of 3443
Well i bought this mouse today as a replacement of mine Abyssus V2. The shape feels promising but i have other concern with the sensor. Is it normal with Logitech's mouses? I had the same issue with the G402 but that was years ago..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-JyRAKswE0
post #3434 of 3443
I think I'm going to go to Bestbuy tonight and buy my first gpro to see if I like it. Ill probably just return it within the first week if it doesn't work for me, at the discounted price currently I just can't help myself from trying it out.
post #3435 of 3443
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Originally Posted by geater View Post

Well i bought this mouse today as a replacement of mine Abyssus V2. The shape feels promising but i have other concern with the sensor. Is it normal with Logitech's mouses? I had the same issue with the G402 but that was years ago..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-JyRAKswE0

In the video you typed 'pooling' instead of polling for 500hz and 1000hz, the console even said it was an unknown command. I wouldn't adjust polling using the console (I use raw input and a sense of one, and 1000dpi in csgo and), I left the polling at 1000hz in the Logitech manager, so perhaps I avoided the issue
Edited by Rayndalf - 4/25/17 at 5:19pm
post #3436 of 3443
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Originally Posted by Rayndalf View Post

In the video you typed 'pooling' instead of polling for 500hz and 1000hz, the console even said it was an unknown command. I wouldn't adjust polling using the console (I use raw input and a sense of one, and 1000dpi in csgo and), I left the polling at 1000hz in the Logitech manager, so perhaps I avoided the issue

Rayndalf i typed this just in console for the information during the video. Polling rate was changed in Logitech manager as u mentioned. In my config i have the raw input on and there is in acceleration turned on in game. That's why im pretty worried because i had before Razer or Zowie mouses and i didn't have this kind of problem


edit: right now the problem disappear itself. Don't know what exactly happened ..
Edited by geater - 4/26/17 at 3:09am
post #3437 of 3443
Quote:
Originally Posted by geater View Post

Well i bought this mouse today as a replacement of mine Abyssus V2. The shape feels promising but i have other concern with the sensor. Is it normal with Logitech's mouses? I had the same issue with the G402 but that was years ago..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-JyRAKswE0

Usually it's the the shape of Logitech mice that concerns people while the electronic design and sensor implementation are known and trusted to be top notch.

Never had an issue like that with any mouse. (most of my mice Logitech)
Higher polling should not give neg accel or different sensitivity.
No idea what was wrong with your 402 but that doesn't really happen normally with any mouse (maybe some bug in that software version with all the gyro stuff going on.).
post #3438 of 3443
I really wanted to like the G Pro. Aside from the light M1/M2 switches, I have dry hands and the only way I can get a firm grip on mice with textures like this one is to lick my fingertips like I'm about to grip a football or baseball. This mouse would be awesome if I rarely picked up the thing during a swipe, but nope. I really have to rely on the sides of my fingers to get a firm grip on this mouse or it'll slip. The shape isn't for everyone (at least not for me). Interesting because the sides of the Nixeus Revel and Zowie FK1 have similar matte surfaces yet easier to grip and pickup. Oh well rolleyes.gif
post #3439 of 3443
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Originally Posted by the1freeMan View Post

Usually it's the the shape of Logitech mice that concerns people while the electronic design and sensor implementation are known and trusted to be top notch.

Never had an issue like that with any mouse. (most of my mice Logitech)
Higher polling should not give neg accel or different sensitivity.
No idea what was wrong with your 402 but that doesn't really happen normally with any mouse (maybe some bug in that software version with all the gyro stuff going on.).

Since then i've no problem with mouse on any of polling rate. Works perfectly, flawless sensor. Still i don't have idea like you what may caused those problem. For example in QL i didn't have any issues with 1000 hz.

Thanks for the help
post #3440 of 3443
Just popping in to say the G Pro is on sale right now on Amazon (US) for $48. Finally picked one up myself. Been wanting to bag one since seeing this review.
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