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Patience.. wink.gif

*throws plate of spaghetti on the floor*

but i want it now!
post #1392 of 6215
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Originally Posted by Dethredic View Post

I'm looking for a mouse to replace my logitech G5 v2 as the scroll wheel is starting to fail.

Requirements:
- 2 "thumb buttons"
- scroll wheel can be clicked left and right (act as 2 more buttons) like my G5.
- not too different from my G5 v2

I was thinking wireless but my initial search turned up nothing that seemed good.
Logitech G602 or G700.
Your welcome.
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1. What's your grip style? Claw/Finger Tip (not super important)

2. What's your sensitivity? 1400-1800 when gaming, <1000 when not gaming

3. What's your maximum budget? Any

4. Do you want additional buttons? At least 2 thumb buttons + at least one other for profile switching (not including scroll/middle click). The more buttons the better though...

5. What games do you play? I play a huge variety but I want the mouse to be top-notch especially for FPS games

6. Do you mind about prediction? I do not want it.

7. Other relevant information:
- I currently have the Cooler Master Inferno
- I tried the DeathAdder 2013 - loved the sensor but I need more buttons
- How is the sensor on the G602?
- I want a flawless sensor
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Originally Posted by fuddy12345 View Post

1. What's your grip style? Claw/Finger Tip (not super important)

2. What's your sensitivity? 1400-1800 when gaming, <1000 when not gaming

3. What's your maximum budget? Any

4. Do you want additional buttons? At least 2 thumb buttons + at least one other for profile switching (not including scroll/middle click). The more buttons the better though...

5. What games do you play? I play a huge variety but I want the mouse to be top-notch especially for FPS games

6. Do you mind about prediction? I do not want it.

7. Other relevant information:
- I currently have the Cooler Master Inferno
- I tried the DeathAdder 2013 - loved the sensor but I need more buttons
- How is the sensor on the G602?
- I want a flawless sensor
The G602 has an optical sensor so its likely to never screw up. I believe they used an updated version of the sensor they put in the G5 many many moons ago. Still have a 100% working G5 at my house after 8 years of gaming. So I wouldn't worry about the sensor.
The only thing I've been hearing complains of (and I personally don't understand the problem) is that the mouse is quite heavy. Now I personally have no problems with a heavy mouse, I've actually stuck custom weights on my MMO7 to make it heavier, but for some people its a dealbreaker.
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started to focus in on my MX518's loud sharp clicks on button press at night. the mouse is great but id love a more rubbery feeling damped click. Any suggestions? Quiet as possible without being a click less but poor/average for gaming

So definitely still want it to be a gaming mouse.
post #1396 of 6215
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started to focus in on my MX518's loud sharp clicks on button press at night. the mouse is great but id love a more rubbery feeling damped click. Any suggestions? Quiet as possible without being a click less but poor/average for gaming

So definitely still want it to be a gaming mouse.
The deathadder has a much more squishy click. It has a long and fairly even travel. I think it's a little quieter than my 518.
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My Deathadder has served me well, but it's starting to go out, the middle button doesn't work half the time, and occasionally it aims straight up or down when I do a quick 180.
I'm trying to decide between getting another Deathadder (the newer 2013 editition) or something else...

1. What's your grip style?
Somewhat of a mix between all 3... but mostly claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
9.1" 360 (1000 DPI, 0.07 in Bf3)

3. What's your maximum budget?
$70ish, preferably $50

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons are necessary. A few more buttons is fine, but not some 12 button monstrosity.

5. What games do you play?
Battlefield 3/4 competitively, occasionally CSGO, other shooters, anything else.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Never noticed it, but I assume I don't want it.

7. Other relevant information:
I don't like ambidextrous shapes
Weight - Deathadder weight +/- works for me, I haven't seriously gamed on anything else so I wouldn't know
Wireless would be nice, but as a competitive gamer I can't risk any input lag at all, or batteries running out while playing
glossy finishes are the most idiotic idea for anything that you touch.. I hate the glossy sides of my Deathadder, but I can live with it.

I've heard bad things about laser mice so I'm trying to avoid them. I briefly tried a Steelseries Sensei once and it felt weird, not sure if I would get used to it.

Mice that I'm currently considering:
Deathadder 2013
Zowie EC(2?)
Logitech G400(s?)
Steelseries Ikari Optical
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My Deathadder has served me well, but it's starting to go out, the middle button doesn't work half the time, and occasionally it aims straight up or down when I do a quick 180.
I'm trying to decide between getting another Deathadder (the newer 2013 editition) or something else...

1. What's your grip style?
Somewhat of a mix between all 3... but mostly claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
9.1" 360 (1000 DPI, 0.07 in Bf3)

3. What's your maximum budget?
$70ish, preferably $50

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons are necessary. A few more buttons is fine, but not some 12 button monstrosity.

5. What games do you play?
Battlefield 3/4 competitively, occasionally CSGO, other shooters, anything else.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Never noticed it, but I assume I don't want it.

7. Other relevant information:
I don't like ambidextrous shapes
Weight - Deathadder weight +/- works for me, I haven't seriously gamed on anything else so I wouldn't know
Wireless would be nice, but as a competitive gamer I can't risk any input lag at all, or batteries running out while playing
glossy finishes are the most idiotic idea for anything that you touch.. I hate the glossy sides of my Deathadder, but I can live with it.

I've heard bad things about laser mice so I'm trying to avoid them. I briefly tried a Steelseries Sensei once and it felt weird, not sure if I would get used to it.

Mice that I'm currently considering:
Deathadder 2013
Zowie EC(2?)
Logitech G400(s?)
Steelseries Ikari Optical

Have you considered the Mionix Naos 8200? It is laser and is shaped differently than the Deathadder, but the Deathadder was the first gaming mouse I used(borrowed). I had it for about a week, then I bought my Naos 8200 right before the BF4 beta. It feels just like the Deathadder to me in terms of the grippy material, the clicks feel way more responsive, and I've had 0 issues with the sensor or tracking. I use it on a Corsair MM200 and it tracks wonderfully. Only issue I had with it was getting used to the finger rests, which I got used to and I love them now.
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Have you considered the Mionix Naos 8200? It is laser and is shaped differently than the Deathadder, but the Deathadder was the first gaming mouse I used(borrowed). I had it for about a week, then I bought my Naos 8200 right before the BF4 beta. It feels just like the Deathadder to me in terms of the grippy material, the clicks feel way more responsive, and I've had 0 issues with the sensor or tracking. I use it on a Corsair MM200 and it tracks wonderfully. Only issue I had with it was getting used to the finger rests, which I got used to and I love them now.
$90, no thanks. I do think I would like the finger rests though. I have a nearly permanent indentation on my pinky finger from the side of my mouse, lol.
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My Deathadder has served me well, but it's starting to go out, the middle button doesn't work half the time, and occasionally it aims straight up or down when I do a quick 180.
I'm trying to decide between getting another Deathadder (the newer 2013 editition) or something else...

1. What's your grip style?
Somewhat of a mix between all 3... but mostly claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
9.1" 360 (1000 DPI, 0.07 in Bf3)

3. What's your maximum budget?
$70ish, preferably $50

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons are necessary. A few more buttons is fine, but not some 12 button monstrosity.

5. What games do you play?
Battlefield 3/4 competitively, occasionally CSGO, other shooters, anything else.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Never noticed it, but I assume I don't want it.

7. Other relevant information:
I don't like ambidextrous shapes
Weight - Deathadder weight +/- works for me, I haven't seriously gamed on anything else so I wouldn't know
Wireless would be nice, but as a competitive gamer I can't risk any input lag at all, or batteries running out while playing
glossy finishes are the most idiotic idea for anything that you touch.. I hate the glossy sides of my Deathadder, but I can live with it.

I've heard bad things about laser mice so I'm trying to avoid them. I briefly tried a Steelseries Sensei once and it felt weird, not sure if I would get used to it.

Mice that I'm currently considering:
Deathadder 2013
Zowie EC(2?)
Logitech G400(s?)
Steelseries Ikari Optical
Sounds like you want a Logitech G500. You could also look on Ebay for a used G5. I have one, been gaming on it for 7 consecutive years.
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