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Mouse pads by SidneyDillystone.pm - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 02:43:23 EST ID:sZjf2qNL No.121515 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sup /tech/

I'm not sure if this is a subject better suited for you or /vg/ but hopefully some of you can share some experiences.

So basically I have used the Razer Goliathus Speed mouse pad for about 2 years. Although it's a great pad, I was really having issues with friction under my mouse (yes I would periodically clean the mat but it never seemed as smooth as it once was) so at the suggestion of my friend, I decided to try out a hard mouse mat.

I ended up getting the Corsair MM600 and for the most part, I like it. My problems with friction are obviously gone and I feel like flick shots are a lot easier. Pixel accuracy is still a bit difficult but I've had the pad for almost a week and am hoping I just adjust to it.

I do have one issue though, I tend to sometimes spin out (point at the sky) or the tracking will stop short on big swipes. I've read that sometimes the sensor can't keep up with fast movements, however this is a Logitech G Pro mouse I'm using. I also have used the surface tuning in the software (the hard pad preset seems the best).

I would like to know if anyone here has had similar experiences and if the problems went away after awhile (maybe breaking the pad in or something). I really don't want to stop using the pad but it is fucking me over a bit in FPS games like Siege or Overwatch.

Thank you.
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MollyPeshway.msg - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 04:11:56 EST ID:vpfE8QdL No.121516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The feet on the mouse is worn out
If its a expensive brand mouse you can find replacements
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SidneyDillystone.pm - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 04:43:32 EST ID:sZjf2qNL No.121517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>121516

They don't seem worn out, but then again maybe I don't know what worn out feet look like. It does look like one of the feet is half worn out. Thanks for the post though, I might have some spare feet in the box and if not definitely will look online.
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MollyPeshway.msg - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 11:50:31 EST ID:vpfE8QdL No.121518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121517
>They don't seem worn out
>rubber gone
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GrahamDopperbun.cmf - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 01:41:57 EST ID:sZjf2qNL No.121519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121518

Sorry, I thought worn out meant the feet were disintergrated completely. Getting new ones today though so will check back later.
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NellBrodgesot.bz2 - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 03:14:16 EST ID:vpfE8QdL No.121520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121519
I worn foot is enough to cause drag and fuck up your aim
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PriscillaBillingstock.pm4 - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 02:23:33 EST ID:sZjf2qNL No.121524 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>121520

Well I changed the feet and you were right, my aim definitely feels better now and the problem has almost completely gone. I still had a few issues, but I have a theory that the problem is me with the way I swipe my mouse and going to a lower lift-off distance. I'm thinking with the higher lift-off distance I was still turning because I was lifting off the pad early. I'm going to keep it low though and just adjust to it.

Thanks for all the help.
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A_SpawnProjectile - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:32:59 EST ID:TFFFglOw No.121532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have logitech g400 and I notice the sensor ducks out (misses input) in the same way you describe. Using the onboard settings cause this, for some reason. It can solved by using on-disk settings only and also you should firewall laclient.exe/Logitech Analytics Client


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