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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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  • Newegg has EVGA X12 8-Button 16,000 DPI RGB Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (White or Black) on sale for $14.99Shipping is free.
    • Available Colors:
      • 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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Good, bad... what's the deal with this mouse? I need to replace my razer taipan because the right button is freaking out man.
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I really wish I could find a mouse that had the buttons on the side as well as on the top like my Logitech G300s
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Quote from angrysquirrel :
Good, bad... what's the deal with this mouse? I need to replace my razer taipan because the right button is freaking out man.
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.
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I really wish I could find a mouse that had the buttons on the side as well as on the top like my Logitech G300s
Then buy a g300s? It shows up for $15 sometimes
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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.
Given all the recent news, I hate to not support EVGA; however, Logitech G502 Hero is the mouse you want.
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Quote from SirMarvinHaggler :
Given all the recent news, I hate to not support EVGA; however, Logitech G502 Hero is the mouse you want.
What is the recent news?
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What is the recent news?
EVGA ending Nvidia partnership because Nvidia being a jerk
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EVGA ending Nvidia partnership because Nvidia being a jerk
That's huge and sad.
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FYI this mouse has been reported as having scroll wheel issues where it dies pretty quick, like within 6mos. I'm told their warranty will cover but you'll have to ship it back so not sure if the cost and hassle will be worth it if you use the scroll wheel a lot.
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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.
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.
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FYI this mouse has been reported as having scroll wheel issues where it dies pretty quick, like within 6mos. I'm told their warranty will cover but you'll have to ship it back so not sure if the cost and hassle will be worth it if you use the scroll wheel a lot.
For 15 buckaroos it's worth the gamble
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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.
If the switches are anything like the aging logitech ones, you can try oiling it instead. I do that with my M570 trackballs every 3-5 years with excellent results. I use PB Blaster (or whatever it's called now). Dab a Qtip in it, and click it down on the offending switch for a while (basically until it stops being visably wet) and it works right up. In my case the logitech switches dry up a little and adding some nonconductive lubricant helps. Worth a shot if the alternative is chucking it in the trash.
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