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    Mx-1000

    I'm having problems getting used to my new MX-1000 mouse, I came from the MX-310 and it feels worse in game....but i'm more than sure it's not, any ideas? Or am I just not used to it yet, though it feels less sensetive in game

    #2
    u need new psu

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      #3
      Originally posted by MonsterMadness
      u need new psu
      MORE RAM

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        #4
        Have you installed the drivers? mess with the settings in them, they're kinda screwy and weird.

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          #5
          Re: Mx-1000

          Originally posted by 0V3RC10CK3D
          I'm having problems getting used to my new MX-1000 mouse, I came from the MX-310 and it feels worse in game....but i'm more than sure it's not, any ideas? Or am I just not used to it yet, though it feels less sensetive in game
          Get a wire. :s

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            #6
            Re: Re: Mx-1000

            Originally posted by -TW-
            Get a wire. :s
            Get a life!

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              #7
              Re: Re: Re: Mx-1000

              stfu

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                #8
                ask krill3 :bored:

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                  #9
                  One of the main issues with the MX1000, if you're a mouse lifter you're prolly going to have problems. As the mouse uses a "real" laser and lifting it from the surface turns the laser off which when placed back on the surface the return of the laser (and mouse response) is delayed. Granted this is prolly a whole .5 seconds (or less) but it still give the mouse an odd feel.

                  This was my main issue and reason for returning it.

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                    #10
                    The MX-1000 isn't Logitech's only wireless mouse, is it? Isn't the MX-700 wireless? Maybe give that a shot.

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                      #11
                      Yes, the 700 is wireless and has never given my any performance problems whatsoever. The only issue I have is trying to get the top mouse buttons to work, the thumb buttons do though and I find that's good enough.

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                        #12
                        Serves you right for getting a wireless mouse for gaming..

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                          #13
                          go microsoft for mice

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Sqube
                            The MX-1000 isn't Logitech's only wireless mouse, is it? Isn't the MX-700 wireless? Maybe give that a shot.
                            Yep that's what i'm rockin! Lots of buttons, nice shape and size, and a good weight

                            :up:

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                              #15
                              Ram?
                              PSU?
                              Wire?
                              No, you need water cooling!

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