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post #81 of 178 (permalink) Old 09-21-2017, 09:43 AM
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Lol, glad you found something. Now, get out while you still can. Don't be tempted to buy any more mice. The addiction is too strong.

This comment is too real... Last year all I had was a Corsair M65.. Now I have 12 mice and I want more.
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This comment is too real... Last year all I had was a Corsair M65.. Now I have 12 mice and I want more.

To be fair, all you had was the Corsair M65... Therein lies the problem, lol.

That might also be why I'm hooked tbh. My first gaming mice were three defective DA Chromas.

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I actually really enjoyed using it on my desk without a mouse pad. I could aim better than when I got my FK1. Something about the 3310 just feels garbo for me. Messes up my muscle memory or something, maybe I'm just used to having a little accel.. Donno. I'm currently using the MX518 and the sensor feels a lot better than most of my other mice, would be perfect if it didn't have a little angle snapping.
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This mouse is fantastic. Nice easy crisp clicks, nice scroll wheel, and super comfortable. Feels like a slimmer G502 with very nice soft rubber on the sides. I've bought or own about every mouse imaginable (to an embarrassing level LOL) and this is already one of my fav's of all time. I don't post much but I'm so excited about this mouse I had to share.I highly recommend trying it out.

I'm guessing the bigger part of why you like the mouse is because of the shape? If so, can you elaborate on why you like the shape?
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Is the shape similar to Rival 500? That thing was like sculpted for my hand, but I'm not buying a silly superbutton mouse like that.

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Disassembly.
This information came at the cost of my basilisk. Rip my perfect mouse of 2017.

Guys I don't recommend opening this mouse up. You can't lift the PCB out without taking out the scroll wheel mechanism, and that is fixed in place. Ultimately, you can't remove the cable or the switches.

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The human nose can't even touch beyond 60dB, what would you need 50000 FPS for?
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The inside is a bigger mess than the outside.
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Is it the thickness of the plastic shell/base that makes these mice heavier?

The shape of the Razer mice I always liked though never had one was the front was so wide compared to the back and no hump. Quite low profile. Loved that similar feel to the Copperhead.
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Disassembly.
This information came at the cost of my basilisk. Rip my perfect mouse of 2017.

Guys I don't recommend opening this mouse up. You can't lift the PCB out without taking out the scroll wheel mechanism, and that is fixed in place. Ultimately, you can't remove the cable or the switches.

If it's dead do you have a way of weighing the individual parts? I'm wondering why it weighs as much as it does.
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If it's dead do you have a way of weighing the individual parts? I'm wondering why it weighs as much as it does.

My digital scale broke earlier this year and haven't bothered to replace it. From what I can feel though, that part used to adjust the sensitivity of the scroll wheel (the housing around the wheel) is quite dense and has weight to it. To counter it, the top shell rear part has fairly thick plastic to compensate for balance.

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