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I have the mx518, had it for around 4 or 5 years now... super sturdy, works great even today
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i love my MX518 had mine for 4 years before i gave it to my friend and got a new MX518 for the larger mouse feet and this one is running 2 years strong my cousin has had his for
years and he loves it but hes getting a new starwars one for the MMO lol. i would Defiantly say get a mx518 if you can, its a sweet mouse.
    
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post #13 of 21
My MX518 finally died yesterday (just the scroll wheel rest was fine) after 4-5 years of daily gaming use. It was my first gaming mouse, and i absolutely loved it to death. But ive moved onto a G500 now and its even more amazing.
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My MX518 is approaching a year now, love it to death. Daily gaming, from 2-10 hours
Plus a bi-polar mother and sister use it(both tested, on medication). Simply amazing.

Just go for the MX518, and grab an extra pair of feet or two while your at it.
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post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020 View Post
I can buy the mx518 from a shop in the uk which still has stock.

I cannot afford the G400 and the sound of extra weight is a no no.
The G400 have +- the same weight, but the cable much more flexbile and "slim".
But If you can get the mx518 so get it..If you can live with glossy top ,thick and less flexible cable so just buy it, you should be fine if you like *med-high* prediction.
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The G400 have +- the same weight, but the cable much more flexbile and "slim".
But If you can get the mx518 so get it..If you can live with glossy top ,thick and less flexible cable so just buy it, you should be fine if you like *med-high* prediction.
Its exactly the same weight?

Does the G400 sensor have any benefits over the mx518?
Edited by dmxdex2020 - 8/4/11 at 1:31pm
post #17 of 21
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Its exactly the same weight?

Does the G400 sensor have any benefits over the mx518?
To be compeletly honest, the reall reasons to buy the G400 is if the cable or the top of the mouse gave you hard time.
Beacause you can also benefit alot of performance if you will bump your mx518 pulling rate to 250hz+.
post #18 of 21
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To be compeletly honest, the reall reasons to buy the G400 is if the cable or the top of the mouse gave you hard time.
Beacause you can also benefit alot of performance if you will bump your mx518 pulling rate to 250hz+.
I seen a review that the G400 polls consistantly over 100hz. How high does the mx518 poll consistantly.
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I seen a review that the G400 polls consistantly over 100hz. How high does the mx518 poll consistantly.
Well, you need to bump up the pulling rate too atleast 500hz, the most safe way for the optimal performances.. with that third party software you can also bump it to 250,500,1000.
but I dont know..when I bumped up my mx518 pulling rate it just feels alittle slow than usual, but alittle more smooth cant really tell diffrents, but it was like 1years ago and in that time I didn't know much.

Just get the cheapo mx518 and see if your happy with it.
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Well, you need to bump up the pulling rate too atleast 500hz, the most safe way for the optimal performances.. with that third party software you can also bump it to 250,500,1000.
but I dont know..when I bumped up my mx518 pulling rate it just feels alittle slow than usual, but alittle more smooth cant really tell diffrents, but it was like 1years ago and in that time I didn't know much.

Just get the cheapo mx518 and see if your happy with it.
Do you know how much correction the mx518 have? Is it alot?
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