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post #1121 of 6214
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Originally Posted by WhipeeDip View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Very slight claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
1600 DPI, Windows 6/11

3. What's your maximum budget?
Not set yet, open to all suggestions

4. Do you want additional buttons?
The two side buttons at least.

5. What games do you play?
FPS, RTS, pretty much everything

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Do NOT want prediction

7. Other relevant information:
Want "flawless" sensor like 3090.
Also prefer lighter mice.

TT Saphira maybe. It's as big as a Sensei, weighs less than it and the DeathAdder 3,5G. Slightly more than a Savu and Zowie AM FK. Shape looks good for slight claw with no fear here like being too narrow.
Risk might be weight distribution, am not sure how the PCB is placed cause of weight cartridge. For instance the Sharkoon fireglider has two levels of PCB at the front, making it nose heavy without weights.
Edited by Jalal - 7/7/13 at 12:22am
post #1122 of 6214
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Originally Posted by shockk View Post

Hello, I am upgrading from a 5€ mouse, to around 60€ gaming mouse. I mainly play League of Legends and sometimes a little fps games.
The template:

1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip/palmish, I guess depends on the mouse.
2. What's your sensitivity?
Mid
3. What's your maximum budget?
70-80€
4. Do you want additional buttons?
Yes, preferably two on the side.
5. What games do you play?
Moba/rts
6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't know what it is, but if it affects my game negatively then yes I do.
7. Other relevant information:
My main request for the mouse is durability. I've had a 5€ mouse for 7 years and it works perfectly still. I would like my mouse to last atleast 3 years without breaking. I've been looking into DH2013(but it's supposed to have bad quality),Sensei raw,zowie EC1 and logitech g400s.

Thanks for your help in advance:thumb:

If you want to fingertip, hands off the G400. Try the Zowie EC eVo if the shape appeals to you. Personally, I find the MadCatz R.A.T. 3 ("higher" versions have inferior sensors) has a shape more suitable for a user of palm and fingertip grip.
post #1123 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Jalal View Post

TT Saphira maybe. It's as big as a Sensei, weighs less than it and the DeathAdder 3,5G. Slightly more than a Savu and Zowie AM FK. Shape looks good for slight claw with no fear here like being too narrow.
Risk might be weight distribution, am not sure how the PCB is placed cause of weight cartridge. For instance the Sharkoon fireglider has two levels of PCB at the front, making it nose heavy without weights.

As far as I know, the Saphira has prediction.
post #1124 of 6214
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Originally Posted by Kyal View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm, as far as I am aware.

2. What's your sensitivity?
Lowish, 35cm/360.
Won't ever use higher then 1800dpi.

3. What's your maximum budget?
$100

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons.

5. What games do you play?
FPS mostly, but do play most games that come out.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Prefer not to have it.

7. Other relevant information:
Would like no acceleration obviously. Previously used a Deathadder, and before that a MX518. I also have fairly small hands.

I've been looking at the Zowie mice, but the only one available in Australia as far as I am aware is the FK, and not sure on the shape.
Thanks smile.gif

Roccat Savu
post #1125 of 6214
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Originally Posted by janaso View Post

As far as I know, the Saphira has prediction.
Oh, how much does it have? If it's just slight, an allround gamer could be okay with it.

Found something:

Doesn't look too bad but yes it's clearly there.
Edited by Jalal - 7/7/13 at 12:39am
post #1126 of 6214
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Originally Posted by shadar12x View Post

1. What's your grip style?
claw/palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
mid

3. What's your maximum budget?
$1000

4. Do you want additional buttons?
one addiftion buttion can bind to teamspeak

5. What games do you play?
FPS games

6. Do you mind about prediction?
prefer to not have but not a deal breaker

7. Other relevant information:
Razer Invicta (hard mouse pad) average size hands right handed

Had a razer deathadder untill it broke. looking for a differnt mouse because of deathadder doesnt seem to work to well for claw grip. prefer for there to be no mouse acceleration which a lot of high end mice seem to have if it can be turned of or is minumal that is fine. tend to play at a fairly high screen res so dpi cant be to low. looking for something fairly durable want it to last for 4-5 years but price is not an issue cause got to spend $1000 tech stipend somehow. any recomendations would be apretiated

Screen resolution is irrelevant when playing FPS, as the mickies are not translated into pixels of cursor movement, but into degrees of turn.

Try the Coolermaster Spawn or the Zowie FK.
post #1127 of 6214
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Originally Posted by romdex View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip / Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
LOW and sometimes MID

3. What's your maximum budget?
No limit

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Don't care about it

5. What games do you play?
CS 1.6/GO, Dota 2 and Single Player games ( everything )

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Don't know

7. Other relevant information:
My mousepad - SteelSeries QcK+ NaVi Edition

I had SteelSeries Xai before. I think about Razer DeathAdder 2013, Zowie AM / FK / EC1 / EC2, SteelSeries products

Thanks!

For users of fingertip and palm grip, the MadCatz R.A.T. 3 should be a good choice, but you can't do much wrong with the Zowie mice either, unless you need soft clicking buttons.
post #1128 of 6214
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Originally Posted by janaso View Post

You want a heavy mouse? How weird!
The MadCatz M.M.O. 7 has plenty of well placed buttons and even with all the extra weights out it still weighs about 150 grams without cord (which is braided). The sensor is great, unless you lift your mouse frequently. The shape is equally (un)suited to all grip styles.
yeah, heavy mice have always worked better for me, don't know why, maybe it's becuase the mouse feels better with some weight behind it. What you say about sensor, how if you lift your mouse a lot; as a tendence i do lift my mouse up quite often, if that's a big factor in the M.M.O. 7, would you say it'sa deal breaker?

would you recommend any others? I really should have put this in the "Other relevant information" section, sorry.
post #1129 of 6214
Bought this one for less than 10 bucks.Its not a gaming mice but i cant afford to spend 30-50 dollars for a mice.
http://www.iball.co.in/Category/Blue-Eye-Opti-Mouse/370
    
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post #1130 of 6214
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Originally Posted by DavyCrockett View Post

yeah, heavy mice have always worked better for me, don't know why, maybe it's becuase the mouse feels better with some weight behind it. What you say about sensor, how if you lift your mouse a lot; as a tendence i do lift my mouse up quite often, if that's a big factor in the M.M.O. 7, would you say it'sa deal breaker?

would you recommend any others? I really should have put this in the "Other relevant information" section, sorry.

It really depends on how often you lift the mouse. When playing Quake, I lift my mice all the time. That's the main reason why I can't tolerate laser sensors. They all have lifting problems. Also the M.M.O. 7's shape isn't too great for lifting. That combined with the high mass can be a problem, especially if you hold your mouse with three fingers on top, pressing the right button with the ring finger.

Another option would be the Tt eSports Theron Infrared. I'm interested in that mouse myself, but I don't know whether it has angle snapping turned on or off. And I'm also worried it might be too heavy for me. Mice with an adjustable weight system usually are.
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