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Did you just know this by heart?

Thanks for the great recommendations, I love the simple look of the Zowie AM-FG!
I have a good memory.

Just keep in mind that zowie mice tend to have trouble doing more than 3 metres per second, so if you use a huge mouse pad, then you might have some trouble.
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I'm sorry, but I'm not sure what that means.

Surely you can't mean physically moving the mouse for 3 meters in a second, so I can only assume that the pointer moves for three metres.
But how is that measured and what does have to do with the size of the mousepad?

Like, when I play SC2, I might hit the 3m/s, but my mouse hardly moves at all and if my monitor were smaller, so would be the distance travelled by the mouse pointer...

And yeah, you would have a good memory, working as an architect, marine biologist, importer / exporter AND latex salesman...
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Originally Posted by FurryPaws View Post

I'm sorry, but I'm not sure what that means.

Surely you can't mean physically moving the mouse for 3 meters in a second, so I can only assume that the pointer moves for three metres.
But how is that measured and what does have to do with the size of the mousepad?

Like, when I play SC2, I might hit the 3m/s, but my mouse hardly moves at all and if my monitor were smaller, so would be the distance travelled by the mouse pointer...

And yeah, you would have a good memory, working as an architect, marine biologist, importer / exporter AND latex salesman...
metres per second is a measure of velocity; it doesn't have to move 3 metres to malfunction, it just has to go faster than that velocity to malfunction.

It's pretty hard to actually hit that speed. download the enotus mouse test and see how fast you tend to realistically move your mouse.
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And yeah, you would have a good memory, working as an architect, marine biologist, importer / exporter AND latex salesman...

Wait, what?
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Hey guys, long time lurker and first time poster. Wanted to get some opinions on an impending addition to my mouse collection!
Until recently i was completely oblivious to the variations in sensors and although i knew about accelerations and prediction ect i assumed they could just be forced off in driver software ect.
I already own a Mamba 4G, R.A.T 9, Sensei Fnatic edition and G9x. Im currently using them on a Steelseries SX aluminium mousepad. TBH i dont think it matters that much to me that these sensors have flaws because i really enjoy using them both in day to day tasks and for the gaming I do.


But recently i wanted to be systematic about finding sensitivity settings that suits me best, which lead me here and to reading about sensors ect ect ect. Several hours of reading and digging latter I would love some advise:
(Just to note, price is no obstacle, ill pay what i need to)
1. I want a mouse without a "flawed" sensor for the simple fact that i would like to see what its like in comparison to my current setup.
2. Im looking for a mouse that has a few more buttons then just the standard left, right, middle and 2 "thumb" side buttons.
At the moment im looking at the Logitech g700s.

So can i get some opinions on the S9808 sensor? I have been trying to read about it but i can't find much more then "its pretty good". Does it have anything like what could be called 1:1 (IE no inherent prediction or acceleration problems?) Does the wireless make that impossible?


Was also thinking of coupling this with a Corsair MM600 mousepad because i have worn through the teflon on my Steelseries SX and it has a slow spot in the centre frown.gif

Given that i love smooth frictionless feel to a mousepad anyone disagree with buying the Corsair and could recommend something different?

Hopefully im not asking too much in first post biggrin.gif

Thanks for all the info you guys have lying around though,definitely an eye opener!
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Originally Posted by taktioes View Post

Hey guys, long time lurker and first time poster. Wanted to get some opinions on an impending addition to my mouse collection!
Until recently i was completely oblivious to the variations in sensors and although i knew about accelerations and prediction ect i assumed they could just be forced off in driver software ect.
I already own a Mamba 4G, R.A.T 9, Sensei Fnatic edition and G9x. Im currently using them on a Steelseries SX aluminium mousepad. TBH i dont think it matters that much to me that these sensors have flaws because i really enjoy using them both in day to day tasks and for the gaming I do.


But recently i wanted to be systematic about finding sensitivity settings that suits me best, which lead me here and to reading about sensors ect ect ect. Several hours of reading and digging latter I would love some advise:
(Just to note, price is no obstacle, ill pay what i need to)
1. I want a mouse without a "flawed" sensor for the simple fact that i would like to see what its like in comparison to my current setup.
2. Im looking for a mouse that has a few more buttons then just the standard left, right, middle and 2 "thumb" side buttons.
At the moment im looking at the Logitech g700s.

So can i get some opinions on the S9808 sensor? I have been trying to read about it but i can't find much more then "its pretty good". Does it have anything like what could be called 1:1 (IE no inherent prediction or acceleration problems?) Does the wireless make that impossible?


Was also thinking of coupling this with a Corsair MM600 mousepad because i have worn through the teflon on my Steelseries SX and it has a slow spot in the centre frown.gif

Given that i love smooth frictionless feel to a mousepad anyone disagree with buying the Corsair and could recommend something different?

Hopefully im not asking too much in first post biggrin.gif

Thanks for all the info you guys have lying around though,definitely an eye opener!
Logitech G700s is a fantastic mouse, if you have the money, I can't think of a single other mouse I would rather have for reliability.
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1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity?
1800 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget?
€100

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 thumb buttons

5. What games do you play?
FPS

6. Do you mind about prediction?
yes

7. Other relevant information:
under 90g weight
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1. What's your grip style?
Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity?
1800 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget?
€100

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 thumb buttons

5. What games do you play?
FPS

6. Do you mind about prediction?
yes

7. Other relevant information:
under 90g weight
I think a Zowie AM or FK would be good for you. You should be aware that their malfunction speed tends to be around 3 metres a second, so if you are doing 18"+ for a 360, then you could run into problems.
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1. What's your grip style?
Claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
2300 DPI (but I use an acceleration curve that changes things a lot)

3. What's your maximum budget?
€100

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 thumb buttons

5. What games do you play?
Dota 2

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Maybe

7. Other relevant information:
-Low Lod
-Lightweight
-Light weight switches for crazy rts clicking action
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Looking for a wireless mouse for a friend.

1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
1000-2000 dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
$50

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Around 2.

5. What games do you play?
Path of Exile, Torchlight 2, some FPS

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes

7. Other relevant information:
- Prefer smaller mouse, Deathadder and Sensei too large.
- Has to be wireless.
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