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Old 09-11-2018, 06:00 AM
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Default Dark Core RGB wheel

Hi guys!
Wanted to ask, the sound of the wheel is very loud and annoying, this is a defect or it's normal for dark core rgb? (Mouse only out of the new box)

Thanks in advance for your help!
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Old 09-11-2018, 09:00 AM
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Sounds about the same as mine, so I would assume it's fine.
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Old 09-11-2018, 12:46 PM
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Mine sounds a little quieter. :shrug:
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My mouse wheel worked smooth and quiet for 2 months after buying and then started to make this loud scratching sound then rotating in one direction. After this i returned it to store. I think this is not normal and Dark Core have many another quality problems like huge backlash left button. After returning this mouse i bought a Logitech G603 and forgot what is "everyday charging" of mouse and it doesn't have any backlash buttons (even with a removable top panel with buttons). I realy like the Dark Core SE but so many problems (i decribed this problems in many forum threads) like backlash buttons, scratching wheel, incorrect charging, cursor jumping, battery drain just left me no choice another to return it and buy 2x cheaper mouse that doesn't have this problems.

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Old 09-15-2018, 01:02 AM
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My mouse wheel worked smooth and quiet for 2 months after buying and then started to make this loud scratching sound then rotating in one direction. After this i returned it to store. I think this is not normal and Dark Core have many another quality problems like huge backlash left button. After returning this mouse i bought a Logitech G603 and forgot what is "everyday charging" of mouse and it doesn't have any backlash buttons (even with a removable top panel with buttons). I realy like the Dark Core SE but so many problems (i decribed this problems in many forum threads) like backlash buttons, scratching wheel, incorrect charging, cursor jumping, battery drain just left me no choice another to return it and buy 2x cheaper mouse that doesn't have this problems.
The mouse wheel is not meant to be smooth...
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Old 09-15-2018, 04:26 PM
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Enjoy your Logitech AIDS.
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Old 09-16-2018, 12:01 AM
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The mouse wheel is not meant to be smooth...
By word "smooth" i mean a work without any crunch and loud noise.

I know that mouse wheel have to work with clearly distinguishable steps and Dark Core wheel worked as it should for 2 months.

Before this thread i thought that my issues could have been caused by Qi charging of mouse - during charging mouse become a very warm (and hot at the bottom side) and i think this can be the cause of deformation of plastic parts which leads to backlash. But now i see that this issue arose not only from me.
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Old 09-16-2018, 12:01 AM
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Enjoy your Logitech AIDS.
did not understand your joke
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Old 09-16-2018, 03:14 AM
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By word "smooth" i mean a work without any crunch and loud noise.

I know that mouse wheel have to work with clearly distinguishable steps and Dark Core wheel worked as it should for 2 months.

Before this thread i thought that my issues could have been caused by Qi charging of mouse - during charging mouse become a very warm (and hot at the bottom side) and i think this can be the cause of deformation of plastic parts which leads to backlash. But now i see that this issue arose not only from me.
Okay then, that makes more sense. My Dark Core is about a month old and is still good as new though.

Also, I'm pretty sure the mouse isn't supposed to heat up that much when charging it, which is quite a bit concerning, especially if that problem continues to worsen with time. Would recommend contacting customer support and see what they have to say about it.

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did not understand your joke
Neither did anyone else for that matter.

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