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... so I can avoid them.

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Hey guys, I'm looking to get a new mouse for FPS, but I don't want a mouse where the accel. can't be turned off fully. Accel. is really annoying to me since I'm used to playing without it.

Ones I already know about with this issue are the Logitech G9x, Steelseries Xai and Kinzu.

Are there any more I should be aware of so I can steer clear of them?
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post #2 of 6
I had a RAT 3 for a bit and tested it for positive acceleration and found it had it. I couldn't turn it off either.

The various versions of the Intellimouse don't have positive acceleration, but can be easy to hit negative acceleration if you've been playing low sensitivity for long enough.

Ones worth looking into off the top of my head:
CM Spawn
Razer Abyssus
Razer Deathadder
MX518

There's more, others will point them out. Also, give the sensor sticky a look.
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post #3 of 6
Its easier to look for mice with great sensors as the ones with acceleration are too many

You should take a look in here and look for mice with the following sensors
http://www.overclock.net/mice/854100-ocn-mouse-sensor-reference-performance-sheet.html

After perfomance

Avago ADNS-3090
Avago ADNS-S3668(High lift off distance)
Avago ADNS-S3888(High lift off distance)
PixArt PAN3305DK-H(Lower perfect control speed)
Avago ADNS-3080(Prediction)
Avago ADNS-3060(Prediction, high lift off distance)
post #4 of 6
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Alright. Thanks for the info, fellas.
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post #5 of 6
Turn off acceleration? I didn't think that was possible. I know some sensors can turn prediction/angle snapping on and off, but I'm pretty sure that if your mouse has acceleration issues, it will have them forever.
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