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post #11 of 42
yes if you can get EVGA X3 / X5 Optical for cheap, those are great options too. or G303 / G302.
post #12 of 42
Well then, just get the G100s. It's $19 on Amazon:

https://amzn.com/B00SH30V6A

The microswitch is non-issue. It is trivial to open up the mouse and increase the leaf spring preload to future-proof any fatigue.

You could also buy backup Omrons for cheap:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/4x-OMRON-D2FC-F-7N-20M-Micro-Switches-Microswitch-RAZER-Logitech-G700-Mouse-/161880232713

Honestly, for the long term, the G100s is probably the most serviceable mouse right now. I would not worry about the clicks, at all.

Order spare mouse feet and take a hole-puncher to the bottom feet, like so:


You can imprint the grooves/holes onto a strip of electrical tape so that you can align the hole-puncher perfectly.

Barring Teensy-modded mice, I think G100s has the lowest click latency and the lowest weight out of all good mice currently available on the market. Well, the Zalman/Skydigital could be a contender, but seems to be a lot more hassle.
Edited by daniel0731ex - 8/29/16 at 12:51am
post #13 of 42
Thread Starter 
Who said I was going to expect a ton from a $25 mouse?
post #14 of 42
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Originally Posted by djdelarosa25 View Post

Who said I was going to expect a ton from a $25 mouse?

Oh sure you can expect a ton from your $25 mouse, if it is a G100s.
post #15 of 42
If you are using 500 CPI, either one of the mice is fine. I would personally pick the Rival 100 due to better quality (personal perception; could've been lucky/unlucky) and side buttons (and better shape for me).
Edited by trism - 8/29/16 at 3:17am
post #16 of 42
G303 occasionally drops to ~$30, right? Worth taking a look.
post #17 of 42
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

Well then, just get the G100s. It's $19 on Amazon:

The microswitch is non-issue. It is trivial to open up the mouse and increase the leaf spring preload to future-proof any fatigue.

Is there a guide to this somewhere?
post #18 of 42
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Originally Posted by itsn0mad View Post

G303 occasionally drops to ~$30, right? Worth taking a look.

at best buy near black friday which should is in a few months, it goes to $25 i think
post #19 of 42
For me personally have used both, like the rival100 better.

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post #20 of 42
Rival 100 was fine the first month for me but now the sensor is malfunctioning . Sometimes when I swipe the sensor seems to skip lots of frames or something like that.. same thing I experienced with my EVGA X5 :s . Other than that Rival 100 is really great @500DPI/CPI whichever term they use for it nowadays.
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