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Weird Mx510.


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i ordered an mx510 from newegg and got it a week ago. I would have posted about this earlier, but i forgot :). I decided after using it for a little while to try removing the weight. I didnt think it was too heavy, but what would I know. There was no weight! Maybe this is not really an mx510? or tampered with? it was sealed. Also, when a high dpi mouse is plugged in, should it move fastr than a regular mouse without the setings at max. I have read that best performance comes from setting speed to max in windows and lowest in games, but i need to set hl2 to 7.0 sensitivity for it to be fast. Is there something wrong with my mouse?

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I personally haven't tried taking a look inside my 510, but I CAN tell you that the mouse is much more sensitive to use at the same settings as a lower DPI mouse. It's definitely a lot more responsive, and moves at the slightest touch. Sometimes I put something on my RatPadz mousepad and the cursor moves on the screen.

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I personally haven't tried taking a look inside my 510, but I CAN tell you that the mouse is much more sensitive to use at the same settings as a lower DPI mouse. It's definitely a lot more responsive, and moves at the slightest touch. Sometimes I put something on my RatPadz mousepad and the cursor moves on the screen.

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on full sensitivity, how many inches do you need to move the mouse to go from the left of the screen to the right?

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The MX310's use an RFI reducer, but the MX510 doesn't.

 

Why not? Different wire thicknesses, better shielding, and shorter length.

 

BTW, just experiment with your mouse speed settings; dial it in to where you are happy with it.

 

There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with it.

 

BTW, this MX310 moves just less than 2" to go side-to-side on my 19" monitor at 1280x1024 res.

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