The mouse buttons squeak due to cooler master's poor shell design. You can try to get a golden sample but all of their mice will eventually squeak due to plastic rubbing. The easiest way to fix it is to lubricate the "trigger" assembly. Get a bottle of silicone oil (recommend: super lube 56104) and hold the mouse up so the cord is facing the ceiling, and then add a few drops of oil under each of the triggers. Click the buttons repeatedly to help work the oil in around any areas which may be rubbing. You may want to repeat this a few times or find other angles to drip oil in between the shell and the triggers. Clean up any excess oil with rubbing alcohol. You may have to repeat this every few months if you use low-quality oil.
The post-travel on the triggers is also a bit excessive but fixing it would require fully disassembling the mouse and trial-and-error based on manufacturing tolerances. Something like adding layers of tape to prevent the triggers from depressing after they actuate the switches will work but is very tedious. I doubt most people would notice this since gaming mice generally have travel issues.
|商品尺寸||10.54 x 7.65 x 3.73 cm; 49 克|