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06-27-2020 01:56 PM
Athrutep
Quote: Originally Posted by elucid087 View Post
It's exaggerated and you'll rarely find people that are satisfied with a product making threads raving about it on reddit.
This.

People who bought something that worked as intended usually don't go out of their way to let everyone know.

But the second something isn't as expected the 1 out of 5 star ratings fly in and people make sure everyone knows about how dissatisfied they are.




Quote: Originally Posted by sok0 View Post
Logitech sent me a brand new GPW after I sent them a video of the double click issue. New mouse works great.
I had 2 issues over the years with logitech products, and every single time i had a brand new replacement within 4 days. One out of those 2 times it was a preused mouse i bought of ebay and they still sent me a replacement for it.
06-27-2020 08:06 AM
sok0 Logitech sent me a brand new GPW after I sent them a video of the double click issue. New mouse works great.
06-20-2020 01:17 PM
elucid087
Quote: Originally Posted by starmanwarz View Post
A high-end and very expensive mouse having issues even 1.5 years after release makes me a bit mad tbh... Or perhaps the internet is exaggerating and there are only a few GPW who have double clicking issues?



It's exaggerated and you'll rarely find people that are satisfied with a product making threads raving about it on reddit.
06-20-2020 01:05 PM
AlphaQ My replaced G Pro Wireless (batch 2013 firmware version 15.2.26) developed the double-click issue within two months. Now I've got two G Pro Wireless with the double-click issue. I ordered replacement switches and plan on following BeardedBob's Youtube video to get rid of some of the weight and replace the switches.

As a side note, my replaced G Pro (wired, non-hero) also developed the double-click issue. That makes four Logitech mice that have failed me in the last two years.

When playing I don't rage, slam my mouse, or otherwise.
05-23-2020 08:32 AM
r0ach
Quote: Originally Posted by Zammin View Post
At times I have felt like the HERO sensor behaved differently to the 336X sensors I'm used to, but I couldn't tell if it was placebo or not.
It is a bit different. Feels like there's more friction for each pixel traversed on the G403 3366 compared to G Pro Wired Hero, which can of course entirely be due to framerate differences at that specific speed. Things like the AM010 are a good example of this, where it's low framerate and you can just sling it across the whole screen with no friction at all. Things like framerate are way underrated in importance for how a mouse feels.

The dynamic framerate of the Hero 16k vs stepped framerate of the 3366 brings pretty noticeable difference in general. With the 3366 it feels like you're dragging or slinging your cursor at the target, while the dynamic framerate Hero makes it so the cursor is always ready to jump off to the races more easily and there's less of a slinging a weighted sack of rocks at your target feeling. Which equates to a feeling of less friction.

I don't really understand how people claim the dynamic framerate is beneficial for SRAV, though. If anything, seems like it would be worse and a static framerate would be superior like they had in the Kana V2 (6000 static?). The Kana V2 sensor sucks due to large amounts of smoothing (just so they could advertise a high DPI number thus gimping low DPI users in the process). But if you removed smoothing from that sensor, I think it would probably be better than any dynamic framerate mouse.
05-23-2020 07:10 AM
sok0 My mouse button 4 has been double clicking randomly , very annoying. Got some firmware update yesterday talking about fixing some click denouncing algorithm but didnt do jack. Guess its time for RMA , unless anyone knows what's up. ?
05-06-2020 08:26 AM
sandywind My G-pro does not connect well with its supplied cable any more. If I move it, it disconnects and even the recharging current stops. Is that a known issue? Might that be a consequence of the fact that I used it with its cable connected for a few sessions?
05-05-2020 04:12 PM
Zammin
Quote: Originally Posted by starmanwarz View Post
A high-end and very expensive mouse having issues even 1.5 years after release makes me a bit mad tbh... Or perhaps the internet is exaggerating and there are only a few GPW who have double clicking issues?
I'm yet to experience it myself, and I haven't changed the switches on either of my GPWs. It can happen, however this isn't entirely a GPW specific thing, the D2FC-F-K(50M) and D2FC-F-7N(20M) switches that Logitech uses are pretty much the most common gaming mouse switches and plenty of other mice have them. The 50M switches in particular seem to have a bit of a bad reputation for developing double-clicking but plenty of 20M equipped G403 owners have encountered the same problem on their mice too.

As long as the manufacturer is good with warranty replacements I don't think there's anything to worry about. Logitech seem to have pretty solid customer support so if it does happen to you I don't think you'll have much trouble getting a replacement.
05-05-2020 11:37 AM
starmanwarz A high-end and very expensive mouse having issues even 1.5 years after release makes me a bit mad tbh... Or perhaps the internet is exaggerating and there are only a few GPW who have double clicking issues?
05-05-2020 11:28 AM
cdcd The switches themselves aren't necessarily the issue, it's rather the below-spec voltage they're running at, which can lead to accelerated degradation.
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