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EVGA X12 8-Button 16,000 DPI RGB Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (White or Black) EXPIRED

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EVGA.com also has EVGA X12 8-Button 16,000 DPI RGB Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (White or Black) on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free.

Available Colors:
  • White (905-W1-12WH-KR) $14.99
  • Black (905-W1-12BK-KR) $14.99
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Features:
  • Dual Sensor 2-Dimension Array Tech, LOD sensor paired with a Pixart 3389 optical sensor
  • USB2.0 High-Speed 32-bit Arm Cortex-M33 core microprocessor, supporting a native 8K Hz report rate. Eight times the standard 1K Hz on competing gaming mice for faster response time and precise movements.
  • 5 customizable onboard profiles with on the fly DPI settings allow you to take your mouse anywhere.
  • 3 zone RGB Lighting customizable via the UNLEASH RGB software
  • Light weight ambidextrous body and flexible paracord usb cable
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      • White (905-W1-12WH-KR) $14.99
      • Black (905-W1-12BK-KR) $14.99
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EVGA X12 8-Button 16,000 DPI RGB Wired Optical Gaming MouseFree shipping


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Features:
  • Supports up to 5 saved profiles
  • Dual sensor
  • 16,000 DPI
  • 8 Buttons
  • Ambidextrous
  • Light Weight
  • Customizable 3-zone RGB lighting
  • 3 year warranty
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Not directly related to the deal, but you can buy a pack of switches online to replace your broken one, you'll need a desoldering tool (braid or pump) soldering iron and solder. Will reduce e-waste. Usually the replacement switch has much higher durability rating than the oem installed switch.
EVGA ending Nvidia partnership because Nvidia being a jerk
EVGA has the lowest AIB price - even let u queue up to get the cheapest possible card during covid time, best customer service, step-up program now name me another company that offers half of those service.
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09-22-2022 at 07:43 AM.
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I bought this X12 mice and the matte coating on the left mouse button has worn off in just 4 weeks of regular FPS gaming.
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09-22-2022 at 07:43 AM.
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Quote from angrysquirrel :
I'm not very mechanically inclined. I have a soldering iron and have tried my hand at soldering. Usually after I solder something the thing no longer works. I've got a black thumb when it comes to electronic repairs.
Stop touching the iron and the black thumb will go away.
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09-22-2022 at 08:35 AM.
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Quote from TenseGoat585 :
Not directly related to the deal, but you can buy a pack of switches online to replace your broken one, you'll need a desoldering tool (braid or pump) soldering iron and solder. Will reduce e-waste. Usually the replacement switch has much higher durability rating than the oem installed switch.
but worth the cost and time over $15?
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09-22-2022 at 10:02 AM.
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Always good to have an extra premium mouse lying around. Thanks!
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09-22-2022 at 10:21 AM.
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I'm curious how well this would work with CAD software? I like a fairly quiet button clicks and scroll wheel.
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09-22-2022 at 10:54 AM.
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EVGA is going out business. Pass.
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09-22-2022 at 11:38 AM.
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recommend other option pay more, but more comfort. Cooler Master MM720
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09-22-2022 at 11:52 AM.
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Good, bad... what's the deal with this mouse? I need to replace my razer taipan because the right button is freaking out man.
I don't know about the X12 but the X17 fails pretty badly due to the plastic axle inside the scroll wheel. My X17 just died. https://www.reddit.com/r/TEAMEVGA...mes_loose/
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09-22-2022 at 12:20 PM.
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Holy crap, it took me an hour just to wade through registration, slow loading screens, funky UI that wouldn't load half the time. Almost not worth it for the time sink alone!
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09-22-2022 at 12:26 PM.
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I'm not very mechanically inclined. I have a soldering iron and have tried my hand at soldering. Usually after I solder something the thing no longer works. I've got a black thumb when it comes to electronic repairs.
I'm not the only one it appears😞
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09-22-2022 at 01:42 PM.
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but worth the cost and time over $15?
I don't think he was suggesting that to save bucks. Purely for reducing e-waste. I have a drawer full of gaming mice with double-clicking issues and at this point, I am seriously thinking about spending some time to do as he suggested - primarily because e-waste is a big challenge of our times.
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09-22-2022 at 02:36 PM.
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Given all the recent news, I hate to not support EVGA; however, Logitech G502 Hero is the mouse you want.
I wouldn't recommend the G502 Hero. I have 2 of them, regrettably I bought them both during the same sale. Their right mouse button keeps breaking and it repeatedly clicks when I only click once. It is such a pain when playing games, or doing something that requires a single right-click.
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09-22-2022 at 03:02 PM.
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Thanks OP. Glad to support EVGA.
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09-22-2022 at 03:32 PM.
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I'm not very mechanically inclined. I have a soldering iron and have tried my hand at soldering. Usually after I solder something the thing no longer works. I've got a black thumb when it comes to electronic repairs.
In case you ever want to try again there are three mistakes newbies make a lot: not using enough Flux, and not keeping their hand on a stable surface, and applying pressure to the joint.

Flux helps with the heart transfer significantly. Be ready to clean it though. You can use too much, but you're going to have a much worse time not using enough. Get a plumber type dispenser.

Don't expect your hand to be stable enough by its own power to keep the top steady on the joint. Most of us don't have the stability of a surgeon. Rest your hand on the table, it was built specifically to be sturdy for you.

Don't push the top into the joint, beat practice is actually too not even touch the top to the joint. Heat transfer should be enough in most cases just by making contact with the tin on the tip.

Hope this helps. These tips changed my capability in showing drastically and they have turned around every person I've had to teach that was struggling.

Good luck
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09-22-2022 at 04:18 PM.
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What's a good wired mouse that won't try to keep installing software and has zero on-board storage? I own a Razer Basilisk that has those issues. My work computer is not supposed to connect to any wireless device or USB storage, for security purposes.
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