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post #661 of 665 (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 06:23 AM
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I created a G305 mod weighing 54g total thanks to a 3D printed shell and a button cell battery holder.


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post #662 of 665 (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 10:10 PM
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Does anyone have trouble tracking on certain pads with the G305? For example, I can't use my G305 with my Hien. It will spazz out when I pick up and place down the mouse after a swipe.

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20 months with abyssus v2, very happy with the shape, sensor not that bad.

the g305 looks like a good alternative, but I hate side buttons for my fingertip grip style.

what do you guys think?
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Is it 1-3-1 fingertip style friendly?
I have G400 for probably close to 8 years and right buttons starts to fail. I could either get new mx518 or something else with similar shape or try something new and finally be free of the horrible cable nightmare!
One thought - I've tried this year ago and got g603 but returned it after 2 days. It was on the heavy side towards the back and it was unfriendly to be picked by a pinky

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post #665 of 665 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 11:26 AM
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This mouse is pure love for me.

Works flawlessly as long as you don't have interference from 2.4GHz wireless networks. I moved all the stuff in my home to 5GHz just to be able to use it.

The mouse is a little imbalanced and the side forward button is uncomfortable to use but tracking, response ... is amazing.

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There are latencies and I notice it on 240hz. We talked about this on another thread (g303 wireless I think). cdcd posted a mouse tester graph showing the "issue", skipping a poll every certain ms. While wired is more linear. I personally got rid of all my wireless mice because of this, I don´t want to have a great fast monitor, good system and try 100 different mice for years, to end up using something that is slower than wired. No reason for that.
I have a 240hz monitor also. The mouse movement is incredibly smooth. All the skipping that I noticed was because of interference like I said above. Solved.

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Difference between performence mode and low seems like auto lod is disabled and are higher on low performance.

This mouse is prob my fav atm. Im having it right next to a wifi adapter. And we are 4-5 people on the wifi and there are 0 issues. Maybe some of you got a faulty one. Also i have a ps4 connected to wifi next to it. And a phone is usally close too and it works perfect. Hero sensor is by far my fav sensor. Ec2b and za12 are now just laying.

You will notice if someone is watching high definition videos online.

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