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post #1 of 159 (permalink) Old 06-13-2015, 11:03 AM - Thread Starter
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very light and very flexible mouse cable you might have already seen from pictures I've already posted.
Here is a little video to show how it "works".

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https://www.overclock.net/t/1554717/small-project-my-wmo-tweaks
Works well.
Thought about doing a DIY for my ZA12. You should make a tut, man. Where do you get the connectors and such? A whole vid would be awesome if you don't mind.
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Very nice mice cable. But maybe just the flexing did the work? smile.gif

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I don't know if I would like a cable that flexible. I get annoyed by the Zowie cable flinging around when I swipe.
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I don't know if I would like a cable that flexible. I get annoyed by the Zowie cable flinging around when I swipe.
I did this cable mod to my WMO. Even though I never can do fast swipes with it due to 1.5m/s limitation, it is like the cable isn't even there. You can see it, but you can't feel it in games.
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You can see it, but you can't feel it in games.

That will always be the very BEST type of cable to be connected to any mouse.

So jealous of you young whippersnappers, able to make your own cables with such ease rsc.gif .
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That will always be the very BEST type of cable to be connected to any mouse.

So jealous of you young whippersnappers, able to make your own cables with such ease rsc.gif .
Mine was from a g100s refurb cable. I just stripped the rubber and shielding, then sleeved the cable with paracord. I can't feel it in any games, which is nice. Zowie cables are the best rubber cables I've used, though. Not in a rush to mod it.
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