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post #491 of 1549
Just opened up the Gigabyte M6900.

Omron D2FC-F-7N switches for mouse1 and mouse2 + TTC Wheel

Official weight 106g excluding cable
Edited by whybother - 10/31/11 at 8:11am
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post #492 of 1549
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Just opened up the Gigabyte M6900.

Omron D2FC-F-7N switches for mouse1 and mouse2 + TTC Wheel

Official weight 106g excluding cable
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post #493 of 1549

i got this mouse as a gift:

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very small and lightweight, so could be good for high sens finger tip (for someone who has really small hands). writing on the sensor says "S57PO", 1000dpi. switches are TTC, wheel encoder doesn't have any writing on it but it looks and feels like TTC. liftoff distance seems about the same as 3080 sensor. usb rate overclocks nicely to 500hz and is completely stabile (i never use 1000hz).

tested it with enotus mouse test, 2.56 m/s perfect control rate, which very much surprised me, because it's a very cheap mouse.

took a picture with a4tech x718f, wmo 1.1 and verbatim rapier v1 for size comparison

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post #494 of 1549
Check two more things pls. Prediction and Acceleration, if you don't know how PM me.
You can also try tape-fix and check malfunction speed again.
This mouse can be really good.
post #495 of 1549
and the results are in.

enotus mouse test without tape fix (for some reason i get very low precision scores with all of my mice, i must be doing something wrong...):


enotus mouse test with tape fix:


there is some level of prediction, but it isn't something that will hamper. tried playing quake live, and it's prediction feels quite good compared to 3080 sensor in my a4tech.
in reference to wmo:


just the dell mouse:


the feet that come with the mouse are very thin, and the mouse it self scrapes on the mouse pad, so another pair of skates above these original would be well advised:


from what i could gather it seems it's accel free.
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Edited by obi.van.kenobi - 11/4/11 at 7:29am
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post #496 of 1549
Interesting little mouse you got there. Can you take a pic of the inside?


It's available on Amazon US for 9.95 shipped if anyone in the states wants to try it. (Fulfilled/Prime)
Edited by Skylit - 11/4/11 at 11:21pm
post #497 of 1549
insides:







easy addons: old discarded skates (old ones removed), tape over sensor (made it work after 5 tries), and some rubber which usually goes under table legs (which makes it awesome to use):





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post #498 of 1549
Hmm. it's an avago sensor. ;o

Switches and wheel are fairly decent too. Not bad for a OEM'd mouse lol

Edit: Sensor might be based off this model. http://www.avagotech.com/pages/en/na...adns-5700-xxxx
Edited by Skylit - 11/5/11 at 3:08pm
post #499 of 1549
after i have used it for 4 days, this is what i've gathered. great sensor with low prediction (quote form official page: "High-performance, reliable optical engine with faster, more accurate response" - correct). shape too small, at least for my taste. cheap, and no gay flashy lights - excellent.

however, if u are in the cheap mouse buying business, i would still recommend wmo and a4tech x7's (the ones with wmo look alike shape like mine x718) as a thing to buy.
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post #500 of 1549
Since it is quite affordable I got myself a Dell MS111-P.
Something interesting:
http://we.pcinlife.com/thread-1710443-1-1.html
I think it is actually an S57P0 (zero, not "ohh").

MATTER OF TASTE:
- small shape
- fingertip > claw > palm grip
- light: ~66g (without cable)
- smooth mouse wheel (only slight notches)
- pressure point on the high side (buttons and wheel)
- 1000cpi
- no bling (PRO in my eyes *g*)

PRO:
- price hard to beat
- high speed: up to 3.1m/s (tested on Propus)
- little prediction
- OCable to at least 500Hz
- easy to lift due to V-shape
- decent mouse wheel

CONTRA:
- 3 buttons
- quite some jitter at low speeds (on Qck + Propus): little regular and some irregular; more pronounced @500Hz OC
- quite high LOD: 2-3 CDs (tested on Qck); haven't tested tape-mod
- ~2.3% negative acceleration (tested on Propus)
- sturdy cable! (almost like wire)
- skatez; could be worse though

I think it is a good bugdet mouse for any non-palmer who can live with three buttons (except low-sensers playing CS1.6).

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