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what's a good mouse to have?

#21YOeastonYOPosted 3/11/2014 2:20:15 AM(edited)
Clouddx posted...
YOeastonYO posted...
Clouddx posted...
These are the only mice you should consider if you play FPS games competitively.

http://cdn.overclock.net/f/f2/f2bae16a_2WrJX.png


Lmao. I hope that list isn't serious.

Anyways, the GX1000 is a great mouse that isn't very well know. It's mostly geared toward fps with the features controlled through its software. It is though the most comfortable mouse I've ever used which was surprising to me because it's shape isn't anything unique. It has a very high quality feel to it.


LMAO I hope you're not serious the AVAGO 9800 sensor is known to have problems, but if you like it good for you.

Just because it can achieve extremely high DPI doesn't mean it's accurate. DPI =! accuracy.


Love to hear about these issues. Seriously, because the only one I heard of was an acceleration problem that was fixed by Avago before these specific mice were manufactured I'm fairly sure, and is present in software for this mouse. There have been zero issues with the two that I have purchased for myself and a friend. I never said anything about DPI being more accurate, but I understand people blow that feature out of proportion. For some games though a higher DPI setting available on the fly is incredibly useful. Like in BF4 for where there's numerous vehicles with different abilities and such.

I wasn't trying to start an argument. But the deathadder I had was just riddled with problems before it was replaced. And its the most personal preference feature of all, but those logitech mice and just incredibly uncomfortable for me.
#22_GRIM_FANDANGO_Posted 3/11/2014 2:18:28 AM
http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=53945.0
http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=53945.0
http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=53945.0
http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=53945.0
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#23ClouddxPosted 3/11/2014 2:24:21 AM
YOeastonYO posted...
Clouddx posted...
YOeastonYO posted...
Clouddx posted...
These are the only mice you should consider if you play FPS games competitively.

http://cdn.overclock.net/f/f2/f2bae16a_2WrJX.png


Lmao. I hope that list isn't serious.

Anyways, the GX1000 is a great mouse that isn't very well know. It's mostly geared toward fps with the features controlled through its software. It is though the most comfortable mouse I've ever used which was surprising to me because it's shape isn't anything unique. It has a very high quality feel to it.


LMAO I hope you're not serious the AVAGO 9800 sensor is known to have problems, but if you like it good for you.

Just because it can achieve extremely high DPI doesn't mean it's accurate. DPI =! accuracy.


Love to hear about these issues. Seriously, because the only one I heard of was an acceleration problem that was fixed by Avago before these specific mice were manufactured I'm fairly sure, and is present in software for this mouse. There have been zero issues with the two that I have purchased for myself and a friend. I never said anything about DPI being more accurate, but I understand people blow that feature out of proportion. For some games though a higher DPI setting available on the fly is incredibly useful. Like in BF4 for where there's numerous vehicles with different abilities and such.

I wasn't trying to start an argument. But the deathadder I had was just riddled with problems before it was replaced. And its the most personal preference feature of all, but those logitech mice and just incredibly uncomfortable for me.


Don't forget the jitter on cloth mousepads, and a few other issues. Personally I love my Deathadder, but I know there are better mice out there as seen in the list. These mice were picked by professional FPS players, so I do believe they know what they're talking about. Also: http://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=53945.0 should explain all the issues with the most commonly used sensors.
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#24Killah PriestPosted 3/11/2014 4:59:32 AM
ohh god the damn G400s

that mouse gets recommended so damn often and I picked it up on sale.

Way too big, feels cheap, and 6 months later its already giving me issues and I had to call logitech for a replacement.
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#25wildog2006Posted 3/11/2014 12:22:04 PM
KarnRX78 posted...
thatfool12Gs posted...
Personally love the G700s


I use one at work and at home.
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#26UnderwaterAirPosted 3/11/2014 1:07:12 PM
For my handsize and grip I can't stand anything larger than the G9x.
Even the Storm Spawn is annoying because it's splayed out hand grip ends up hurting after 10-20 minutes.

Now that the G9x is discontinued I have no other mouse to replace it. :(