remove the sensor and the mouse body as well to minimize weight
basically just remove everything until it's just a cable
tbh easier just to not buy a g502
from you i'm half expecting that to be a serious suggestion
i mean you've unironically told people to buy office mice before
well it's terrible for gaming but if you do use Mac, then it's a very nice pointing device. And I don't remember that time, I probably did tho.
you've done it at least once, i remember you recommending the mx master to someone
48ms click latency and 125Hz on gaming? i arent think that
mx master he is the wireless mouse but the logitech he is the french technology
Doesnt that fat bulge where you connected the wires scratch the pad even more now since it's most extreme parts are still braided?
well given you don't have a very high mouse bungee
Yeah people on OCN are pretty awful. I literally just use it for the trading subforum now.
we need r0ach to come back from atlantis to save OCN with his extreme mouse bios optimisation technology
God r0ach threads... I miss that entertainment.
"4k SROM has unacceptable amounts of smoothing OMG!!"
"Use the standalone updater for the Kana, it removes a ton of smoothing"
qsxcv tests SROM 3b (4k SROM) and finds no smoothing, also I'm okay with most people on OCN, but some people are just so incompetent. That guy also posted these things, at one point Melan and I just called him out on using big technical words while not knowing what he's talking about.
and i thought that fp mouse thread v1 was bad
"9800 is top sensor" im fucking dying what is this
Saying the 9800 is a top sensor is like saying the VT5366 is a top optical sensor after 10 years. It wasn't good for its time and it's definitely not good now.
I don't get why any of you think any sort of optical sensor can be the top anyways. Shit's way slower than fucking lasers.
obviously the optimal sensor technology is the rollerball
direct contact with pad = more snappy raw responsiveness
But lasers go the speed of light.
Optical goes the speed of optics, which don't move. SLOW!
but how can light be faster than ball when ball is already touch surface but light has to get from mouse to surface ???
We need to manipulate the laws of physics so light can go faster, it's going too slow so I'm getting noticeable input lag... smh my head, why hasn't science fixed this yet?
My Lachesis is still in pristine condition bar some minor wear on the buttons after like 4 years which is pretty crazy considering the general track record of Razer among friends/myself of mice only lasting around a year.
I would much rather lean towards repair, right now my only issue is that the right click seems to depress itself much easier than it used to, so if I need to hold right click for whatever reason I need to do it quite hard to keep it down which is quite annoying for some games.
Not afraid of a soldering iron but I have no idea how to go about identifying what sort of switch is in there and I haven't been able to find anything online about it.
This begs the question: is a Razer Lachesis truly worth repairing when the money could be spent on a WMO instead?
Anyone know here if its possible to easily swap in a WMO's pcb into an Aurora? It looks like the PCBs are idential, the WMO has some different looking switches but they're in the same location.