Question Does Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum have something like anti ghosting?

Mair0n

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Hello,

First of all sorry for bad english and I dont know if I asked my question currectly!

I have a Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum as my mouse and I think something is wrong with it.

I'm a Fortnite player and as you know there is building keys there, my first keybinds was on keyboard but recently I findout that optimized keybinds is 2 binds on kb and 2binds on mouse.

My seconds keybinds was like that and when I was practicing with it I realized that when i'm trying to click 2 mouse buttons at the same time it does have some delay on it.

I switched back to first keybinds and everything went good.

So my question is what is wrong with my mouse? is there anything like anti ghosting or I dont know something that on mouses?
 

Colif

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Well, it has problems if you press 2 buttons at once - link

But I don't think there is a software fix. Guy in link above replaced the switches but he never said with what

it doesn't help mouse had a double click problem originally where 1 click would register as 2, this is sort of opposite but all search results merge

can always look or ask on here - https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us#!?return_to=/hc/en-us#!/s/
 
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Mair0n

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Well, it has problems if you press 2 buttons at once - link

But I don't think there is a software fix. Guy in link above replaced the switches but he never said with what

it doesn't help mouse had a double click problem originally where 1 click would register as 2, this is sort of opposite but all search results merge

can always look or ask on here - https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us#!?return_to=/hc/en-us#!/s/
As I know mongraal's mouse is G402 and he doesn't have this problem!

I was thinking that G502 mouses are in a better stats!
 

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