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Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

People need something to rant about. Click latency is indeed only worth to discuss when it's so bad that it's noticable, like the Kinzu V3.. but well most people in here doesn't buy the mice for gaming purposes anyway, but to put it on some laboratory table.


Going by most of the threads here about mice and their discussion I have deduced that 99% of the people here are CSGO professionals, who get paid millions of dollars a year.


It is imperative that they purchase, test, disassemble, mod, every mouse as their lively hood and professional CSGO careers are on the line.
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Originally Posted by RaleighStClair View Post

Going by most of the threads here about mice and their discussion I have deduced that 99% of the people here are CSGO professionals, who get paid millions of dollars a year.


It is imperative that they purchase, test, disassemble, mod, every mouse as their lively hood and professional CSGO careers are on the line.

Some people go overboard but we do have some very good players here - and a few pros do browse this subforum even if they don't post wink.gif
post #813 of 3551
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

stll better than most other gaming mice from large companies

for sure. but the g502 looked fine and now they have the g pro which is slower. I wish we could modify the debouncing values with a driver because I'd love to have something closer to a g100s. for the short amount of time I played with a g100s, AWPing was really nice and responsive.
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post


Some people go overboard but we do have some very good players here - and a few pros do browse this subforum even if they don't post wink.gif

 

Muh freedom, thankfully it was never capped in any way, Ozone has its positive sides as well. :>

post #815 of 3551
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Originally Posted by arsn View Post

wow that's pretty disappointing. my gut feeling that the g100s and g502 were faster than the g303 was right.
I know g100s mice double clicked a lot but I don't think I've heard such complaints from ppl with a g502. why make their mice slower now?

I haven't had a double click issue with my G100s. I do have a problem with it not touching the contact fully.

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Originally Posted by Aymanb View Post

People need something to rant about. Click latency is indeed only worth to discuss when it's so bad that it's noticable, like the Kinzu V3.. but well most people in here doesn't buy the mice for gaming purposes anyway, but to put it on some laboratory table.

Right, I buy a product that is labeled as a high performance product to have it inferior than what it could be just to pay extra.
Edited by popups - 8/26/16 at 4:22pm
post #816 of 3551
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

I haven't had a double click issue with my G100s. I do have a problem with it not touching the contact fully.

you haven't and me either (although i barely used mine), but a lot of ppl on here have. qsxcv is one of them I'm pretty sure.
your problem is related to the shell. maybe poor quality control? the mouse was really cheap after all.
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Originally Posted by arsn View Post

you haven't and me either (although i barely used mine), but a lot of ppl on here have. qsxcv is one of them I'm pretty sure.
your problem is related to the shell. maybe poor quality control? the mouse was really cheap after all.

It doesn't actually produce two click events. It just fails to register after the sound of the click. So I just press harder than I would want for it to work.
post #818 of 3551
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

It doesn't actually produce two click events. It just fails to register after the sound of the click. So I just press harder than I would want for it to work.

yea I think that's called pre-travel. sounds like the shell is very slightly above your microswitch, not resting on it. so you hear the first click when it comes in contact with the microswitch and a second one when you actually push it down.
post #819 of 3551
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

stll better than most other gaming mice from large companies

Is that bias toward already liking the g100s shape? Also, how do you like the buttons?
post #820 of 3551
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Originally Posted by coldc0ffee View Post

Is that bias toward already liking the g100s shape? Also, how do you like the buttons?

I think he was refering to the low debouncing (click latency) when he said they were better than other companies.
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