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Which mouse switch should I get for my gaming mouse? Well, what kind of feeling or response do you prefer? Tactile and clicky? A light touch? Somewhere in between?  Also ask yourself which type of games you play the most. A more tactile switch may keep you from misclicking at the wrong moment. On the other hand in some games speed clicking is preferred and you would probably want a lighter switch. A lighter mouse switch is also a bit quieter then a heavy and more tactile mouse switch. A majority of gaming mice come standard with a light to...

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The popular Kailh Light blue GM 2.0 Switch is a light-medium feel gaming mouse switch. It is snappy with a crisp and uniform rebound. The GM 2.0 boasts an operating force of 65+/- 15gf and a life span of 20 million clicks.

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The Kailh Black aka GM 8.0 are another great purpose built Gaming Mouse switch from Kailh. These switches are lighter then the Kailh Red aka GM 4.0 with a nice Tactile feeling. With an operating force of 65±10gf and a releasing force of 25gf (Min) these medium feeling switches are quite snappy. The Kailh GM 8.0 have Gold plated contacts and are rated for a lifespan of 80 Million Clicks.

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The Huano Blue Shell Pink Dot gaming mouse switch is a Heavier feeling Tactile switch that is very comparable in sound and feeling to the Kailh Red GM 4.0. Built with Gold Plated contacts the Huano Blue Shell Pink Dot is rated for a lifespan of 80 million clicks. This mouse switch boasts an operating force of 70±15gf and a releasing force of 25gf.

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If you are not sure of the Scroll Wheel Encoder size needed for your Mouse, it is best to measure the height of the current Encoder. Many Encoders will have a number stamped on the face plate. As an example a  Scroll Wheel Encoder stamped with a 9 is 9mm. If there is no number stamped on the face plate then you will need to measure it yourself, this can be done with a metric ruler or dial calipers To measure the height of your Scroll Wheel Encoder, you need to take a measurement  from the base of the mounting...

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