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Originally Posted by Gamefreak565 View Post

1. What's your grip style?

Palm grip, some friends call it a hybrid palm-claw grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?

~~1800 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget?

Don't give a **** as long as it's good

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Two on the side would be a minimum in this regards

5. What games do you play?

MMOs, ARPGs (Path of Exile), FPS, MOBA

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Yes, I can't tolerate prediction.

7. Other relevant information:

I'd prefer the mouse to be

- Light
- Sweat resistant
- I have average sized hands, so whatever is good for that size
- Easy to reach side buttons
- On-board macro capabilities
- Easy to click scroll wheel

I have tried
- Deathadder 2013
- G602
- G400s
- Razer Naga
- G600

I ended up hating all of them for one reason or another, so please do not include suggestions for these mice.

The Logitech G400 fits most of those criteria, although the scroll wheel is pretty crappy. It's a light click, though. The side buttons are probably find if your thumb isn't too long.

Edit: managed to miss the G400s part... How about a roccat savu?
Edited by Art Vanelay - 11/4/13 at 2:10pm
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Originally Posted by Gamefreak565 View Post

1. What's your grip style?

Palm grip, some friends call it a hybrid palm-claw grip.

2. What's your sensitivity?

~~1800 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget?

Don't give a **** as long as it's good

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Two on the side would be a minimum in this regards

5. What games do you play?

MMOs, ARPGs (Path of Exile), FPS, MOBA

6. Do you mind about prediction?

Yes, I can't tolerate prediction.

7. Other relevant information:

I'd prefer the mouse to be

- Light
- Sweat resistant
- I have average sized hands, so whatever is good for that size
- Easy to reach side buttons
- On-board macro capabilities
- Easy to click scroll wheel

I have tried
- Deathadder 2013
- G602
- G400s
- Razer Naga
- G600

I ended up hating all of them for one reason or another, so please do not include suggestions for these mice.
Logitech G700/s. Has everything you need, though I have to say I personally prefer the G602 to it because I love optical sensors. Though I don't recommend it due to reliability, take a look at the Cyborg RAT 7/MMO. Has everything else you want in a mouse.
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If you like Ikari maybe give this also a shoot: mionix naos 3200 similar design to ikari
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1. What's your grip style?

In the middle of Palm and Claw

2. What's your sensitivity?

1500 - 2000 DPI

3. What's your maximum budget?

Unlimited, as long as it's good.

4. Do you want additional buttons?

No less then 4 on the side (more and it might get confusing), and some more elsewhere.

5. What games do you play?

MMO's, FPS, MOBA, RPG's

6. Do you mind about prediction?

I don't even know what that is.... but if it's some kind of aiding/correction/acceleration, yes I do mind.

7. Other relevant information:

I'd prefer the mouse to be/have

- WIRED (at least the option to be)
- SUPER comfortable
- Fairly heavy
- Sweat resistant
- Rubberized (only if possible)
- Easy to reach additional buttons
- On-board macro capabilities
- Programmable buttons
- Somewhere to put the pinky on would be nice

My hand is about 19 cm long and I'm right handed.thumb.gif
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1. What's your grip style?
fingertip grip - I also hold the mouse quite far back

2. What's your sensitivity?
1600dpi 500-1000mhz

3. What's your maximum budget?
$120 Au

4. Do you want additional buttons?
one side button minimum though as I hold it far back needs to be not too far forward

5. What games do you play?
RTS, FPS and MMO

6. Do you mind about prediction?
prefer no prediction or acceleration

7. Other relevant information:
I used to use a RAT 7 which I loved but had issues with the sensor where vertical axis would stop registering. I would have to tap the mouse up and down to fix.
It started happening more often so switched to the Tt esports Level 10M and like the power, weight and options (ability to adjust LOD, polling rate and everything is cool) but it also has issues with sensor for me on occaision and doesn't feel right.
I don't want wireless as any i try have lag / jitter.
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1. What's your grip style? Hybrid, although I'm fine with palm-grip oriented mice.

2. What's your sensitivity? 6/11 Windows, low DPI, in-game (CSGO) it's around 1 - 1.1

3. What's your maximum budget? if it's going to last me a long time, no limits

4. Do you want additional buttons? at least 2 extra buttons, too used to mouse4 and mouse5 to go back

5. What games do you play? I play mostly FPS and RTS, but I care more about accuracy than speed

6. Do you mind about prediction? Preferably no prediction

7. Other relevant information: It has to be LIGHT. At least lighter than my DA3.5. I have small hands and I'm a lefty, so on top of a small hand, my right arm is weaker. I'm looking for anything around 80-95g, but I'll consider something as heavy, as long as it's smaller. Wired too.

Don't really care about anything else, but I'd rather not have to deal with razer synapse.

I currently have a razer destructor but I'm willing to buy a mousepad that fits a specific mouse.
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1. What's your grip style?

claw, but i'm used to doing it on palm style mice, DA, g400

2. What's your sensitivity?

12-12.1 inches per 360

3. What's your maximum budget?

$90ish, really anything within reason

4. Do you want additional buttons?

ergonmics, build quality, and sensor is most important to me, extra buttons if they don't get in the way are welcome

5. What games do you play?

tf2, quake live, cs go

6. Do you mind about prediction?

yes, no prediction please

7. Other relevant information:

hands are pretty average in length, but a little on the wide side.

plug and play is important

prefer non braided cord, but not a huge deal either way

hate the glossy finish on the side of da 3.5g, need a mouse that can handle a little sweat when gripping the sides.

right now i'm leaning towards possibly the zowie ec1 evo cl, zowie fk, or the cm storm spawn. Seems like they all have a reputation for solid build qualities and sensors.

my hand is a little wide, so i think i might enjoy the wider spawn, and i'm willing to spend the time to adjust to a different way to hold the mouse, a little concerned over how short it is, seems like a design people either love or hate. I like the option to set macros and seems to claim the macros are even saved to the mouse, so don't require the computer to have anything installed. 800 dpi seems ideal to me, but seems like most reviews have the medium step working best for it. Seems like with fw61 it should work well with 800 dpi and 500 or 1000hz, but have no idea what its performance is like compared to to fw32 at 1800 with 125hz. If i'm going to use the mid range regardless, then it doesn't matter that there is the option for 800 dpi, and using the zowie's mid step would actually put me closer to the 800ish target. I am also concerned over on some images i see the spawn clearly with a braided cable, and some with rubber, i know i prefer rubber, but if i order online, which is likely i'm afraid i'd get sent a braided. Also a little nervous about having to update firmware and possibly use unofficial firmware. I like the red paint job, and doesn't even have the flashy LEDs, seems like almost every mouse is either white or black and has gimmicky LEDs. And its a little cheaper, so thats always a plus.

with the zowies, i like simple no nonsense approach. I would be guaranteed a quality rubber cable. I have the option to decide whether i want to do the zowie for palm grip mouse with the ec evo, or i can chose the fk if i want to do the claw grip mouse. Only downside is claw grip mouse isn't as wide as the spawn. Concerned about Zowie's performance at 450, with the delay. Am i going to need to use the mid step? Then its a little bit of a bummer that you don't have the ability to have macros built into the mouse like the spawn, and a couple less buttons.
Edited by Atavax - 11/7/13 at 9:52am
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I think I have my mind set on either a CM Storm Spawn, or a R.A.T. 3. I prefer fingertip grip mice, and i believe that these two have flawless sensors. Any other mice like these two, or should I pick one of these?
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My new DA 2013 has tracking problems on my mosue pad, what should I get? Steelseries QCK?

I have this right now: http://www.qpad.com/shop/en/mousepads/91-qpad-ct-complexity-large.html I'd like something similar but without the lighter colors that it has; that's where I have problems.

Max budget, something like $20, if it's more than $10 it better be REALLY good.
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I think I have my mind set on either a CM Storm Spawn, or a R.A.T. 3. I prefer fingertip grip mice, and i believe that these two have flawless sensors. Any other mice like these two, or should I pick one of these?
Do the CM Storm, the RAT's all have the same bad sensor.
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