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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 02-07-2020, 09:15 PM
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Wondering who makes them.
We can add SPC Gear Lix to the collection.
F-Switch encoder, leads to one place - Cooler Master?

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Internals don't look too shabby actually. Same factory as Glorious and recent Dream Machines mice by the looks of it.
What i've found is, these scrollwheels are almost identical to the one in MM530/MM520: Model O, DM5 Blink, Sharkoon, MM520.
Plus, overwhelming Huano Greens everywhere - don't think it is produced by someone else.

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post #32 of 37 (permalink) Old 02-08-2020, 05:28 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Cruella View Post
What i've found is, these scrollwheels are almost identical to the one in MM530/MM520: Model O, DM5 Blink, Sharkoon, MM520.
Plus, overwhelming Huano Greens everywhere - don't think it is produced by someone else.
Pretty sure it's all Motospeed.

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maybe thats a reason we didnt heared anything from bst
naaa, in my opinion he had to tell us something ... but I dont think he just wants the money ...
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Quote: Originally Posted by cdcd View Post
Pretty sure it's all Motospeed.
Nah, previous DM's mice were all made by Motospeed - transparent scrollwheel is kind of a signature.
I've just digged out DM2 Comfy PCB, and compared it with Cooler Master's PCB - it's different.
What is intresting, font on the PCB in Sharkoon, completely matches letters and digits on MM520's PCB produced by Cooler Master.

Quality of Motospeed always delivers, a lot of solders just fell off.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Cruella View Post
Nah, previous DM's mice were all made by Motospeed - transparent scrollwheel is kind of a signature.
I've just digged out DM2 Comfy PCB, and compared it with Cooler Master's PCB - it's different.
What is intresting, font on the PCB in Sharkoon, completely matches letters and digits on MM520's PCB produced by Cooler Master.

Quality of Motospeed always delivers, a lot of solders just fell off.
I have a Motospeed mouse here which runs the exact same software as recent DM and Glorious mice. PCBs looking different is hardly indicative of anything. Motospeed is entirely capable of producing good stuff, just depends on what the client is willing to pay.

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I have a Motospeed mouse here which runs the exact same software as recent DM and Glorious mice.
That's intriguing, which one exactly?

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PCBs looking different is hardly indicative of anything.
Well, solders are really thin and uneven on DM2 Comfy's PCB, to not say bad - is that a matter of price?
As i said, font is totally different, production date is printed in a distinct way, PCB is a tad thicker and rounded, polished - is it possible that these are coming from the same manufacturer?


My guess would be - DM5, Glorious, Sharkoon - CM, judging by the PCB but that part where you said, quote: "I have a Motospeed mouse here which runs the exact same software as recent DM and Glorious mice." absolutely got me confused.
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Mars Gaming MM218. It's entirely possible that these mice come from different factories, by the way, yet they're all Motospeed. Motospeed is a pretty big OEM.

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