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post #10491 of 18197
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Thanks for helping out.
Would it be possible for you to measure more accurate (of the mesh/window)?

I can do that!

Do you want the size of the window. Or the size of the hole itself?
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post #10492 of 18197
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I can do that!

Do you want the size of the window. Or the size of the hole itself?
hmmmm... Isn't it the same? smile.gif
The size of the hole would be awesome! thumb.gif
post #10493 of 18197
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hmmmm... Isn't it the same? smile.gif
The size of the hole would be awesome! thumb.gif

The window covers a bit of the sidepanel ofcourse (I mean the plastic windows) otherwise you cant screw it in. biggrin.gif

Horizontal: 24.35 cm

Vertical: 28.35 cm
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post #10494 of 18197
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Originally Posted by JuliusCivilis View Post

The window covers a bit of the sidepanel ofcourse (I mean the plastic windows) otherwise you cant screw it in. biggrin.gif

Horizontal: 24.35 cm

Vertical: 28.35 cm

Perfect! Thanks mate thumb.gif
post #10495 of 18197
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Their headset software (got the vengeance 2000) is decent at best. Sure haven't had any problems with it but the UI is kinda rubbish. Got a friend with a k90 and apparently the software for that is beyond rubbish. Causes his keys to double register at times and sometimes not register at all. Still got problems with spontaneous crashes with the Corsair Link software for my h100i. Can't say how it is for the mouses but my experience with their peripherals and software hasn't been very good at all unfortunately frown.gif

I know the previous gen products were really troublesome, but I'm talking about new ones here (mice and keyboards, that is). To be honest, I don't use software at all. I mainly just care about ergonomics and aesthetics. I've owned two gaming mice in my entire gaming history (Logitech MX518 and Razer Imperator), and I've literally never used any of the features other than initial configurations of DPI (I never even use the on the fly switching; I don't change it at all) and polling rate. So basically as long as those things work, I'm happy.
post #10496 of 18197
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I know the previous gen products were really troublesome, but I'm talking about new ones here (mice and keyboards, that is). To be honest, I don't use software at all. I mainly just care about ergonomics and aesthetics. I've owned two gaming mice in my entire gaming history (Logitech MX518 and Razer Imperator), and I've literally never used any of the features other than initial configurations of DPI (I never even use the on the fly switching; I don't change it at all) and polling rate. So basically as long as those things work, I'm happy.


Maybe it is so, but if you don't use the software you should definitively go with a mouse that fits you the best in terms of ergonomics and button layout. thumb.gif
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post #10497 of 18197
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Maybe it is so, but if you don't use the software you should definitively go with a mouse that fits you the best in terms of ergonomics and button layout. thumb.gif
This^ and there are many brands and models to choose from. If you want something that last pretty much forever go with Logitech peripherals, well at least to my experience, i have a Logitech Illuminated keyboard i bought back in 2008, still works like a charm albeit it is rubber dome (yep i'm a filthy casual) Their mice also last a lifetime almost, i still have a MX518 though i use my Steelseries Sensei now. Also had a Razer Deathadder the first one.

All in all, my recommendations would be with Logitech, Steelseries or Razer really, also Mad Catz or Roccat is a great alternative too. Many to choose from wink.gif
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 6/16/13 at 11:27pm
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post #10498 of 18197
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All in all, my recommendations would be with Logitech, Steelseries or Razer really, also Cyborg is a great alternative too. Many to choose from wink.gif
Yep, that's pretty much it. Had 2 Logitechs, a Coolermaster Storm and a Razer Naga.
I broke my first Logitech Mouse after 4 or 5 Years of heavy usage but it was a really nice mouse, also Logitech has really good quality overall.
Coolermastermouse was alright, really comfortable but not that great quality. (some of the material lost it's color)
Currently I'm using a Razer Naga cuz i like the Sidebuttons for playing WoW.. Really nice mouse, really good grip and nice quality. Using it since 1 year, still everything works just fine.. I think my thumb would fall off before this mouse would break ;D
post #10499 of 18197
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Yep, that's pretty much it. Had 2 Logitechs, a Coolermaster Storm and a Razer Naga.
I broke my first Logitech Mouse after 4 or 5 Years of heavy usage but it was a really nice mouse, also Logitech has really good quality overall.
Coolermastermouse was alright, really comfortable but not that great quality. (some of the material lost it's color)
Currently I'm using a Razer Naga cuz i like the Sidebuttons for playing WoW.. Really nice mouse, really good grip and nice quality. Using it since 1 year, still everything works just fine.. I think my thumb would fall off before this mouse would break ;D
Yeah the Naga Molten looks pretty neat, though i wouldn't need that many buttons. The only one that could be nice would be the MOBA version the Naga Hex. But all in all i like the simple mice which is why i use the Sensei, also it has 11400 dpi (the highest of any mouse i've ever seen) not that i need it, only use about 4000dpi, but great for RTS.

Edit: Only real complaint i have about the Sensei is it got a metallic/glossy finish which makes it a pretty bad dirt/grease collector, even if you have very clean hands. They have made a RAW version though where you can get it in matte finish (my favorite) seriously can't get enough of matte/rubber finishes, Would make everything i own matte if i had the money. thumb.gif
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 6/17/13 at 12:03am
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Also finally finished my 24pin sleeving, I officially hate corsair's double wires! Next the 8pin gpu connectors.

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