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post #1431 of 6310
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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.

The Razer Goliathus works great with a DeathAdder. wink.gif
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1. What's your grip style?
Palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
1600-3200 DPI range

3. What's your maximum budget?
$100

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Need at least 2 thumb buttons, a few extra would be nice.

5. What games do you play?
All types except I don't play MMORPGs or MOBAs so don't need that many buttons.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Would prefer to have as little as possible

7. Other relevant information:
Want a mouse with reliability on the buttons. I've had multiple Razer mice fail and now my Naos 8200 ;p.
Prefer to have right handed mouse, wired with braided cord. Laser or optical will work, although I dislike the bug with many laser mice where it drifts when you pick the mouse up off the mat, and input lag is a big no no. I do like the comfort of the Naos.

I am interested in upcoming reviews for the Steelseries Rival. I usually am not interested in wireless mice, but the Logitech G602 also looks good.
Edited by jrcbandit - 11/9/13 at 11:41pm
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Do the CM Storm, the RAT's all have the same bad sensor.

Really? I thought the R.A.T. 3 optical had the Avago 3090, the same as the spawn.
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Really? I thought the R.A.T. 3 optical had the Avago 3090, the same as the spawn.
Terribly sorry, it is an optical now. It used to be the POS twin-eye. I recommend the RAT then, fantastic feeling mouse. thumb.gif
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Terribly sorry, it is an optical now. It used to be the POS twin-eye. I recommend the RAT then, fantastic feeling mouse. thumb.gif
The twin eye sensor doesn't really seem to have anything wrong with it that I noticed in my brief experience with it. I remember it not having any kind of acceleration or smoothing feeling. It did do a weird jump when you picked it up, but that wasn't a major problem.
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The twin eye sensor doesn't really seem to have anything wrong with it that I noticed in my brief experience with it. I remember it not having any kind of acceleration or smoothing feeling. It did do a weird jump when you picked it up, but that wasn't a major problem.
I've replaced my MMO 7 because of sensor problems twice in 6 months. Also that sensor in it is well known to be crap. Just google RAT 7 (or MMO7, or RAT5, or anything else that uses the twin-eye sensor) sensor issues and there are huge threads about it.
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I've replaced my MMO 7 because of sensor problems twice in 6 months. Also that sensor in it is well known to be crap. Just google RAT 7 (or MMO7, or RAT5, or anything else that uses the twin-eye sensor) sensor issues and there are huge threads about it.
I thought that was exclusive to the RAT series. I haven't heard of many problems with a lot of the Razer mice that use that sensor.
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What are some mice similar to the Razer Abyssus? I am a claw grip gamer who mostly plays FPS games. I am looking for a optical sensor mouse. Thanks.
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I thought that was exclusive to the RAT series. I haven't heard of many problems with a lot of the Razer mice that use that sensor.
No it was fairly prevalent to one of the razer mice that also used that sensor (forgot which one).
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I thought that was exclusive to the RAT series. I haven't heard of many problems with a lot of the Razer mice that use that sensor.
My Razer Lachesis 3G might track on one axis if its P.T.E. sensor collects dust, so I try to keep it clean, but I don't have this problem if it is clean.

Other than the S.P.I. operating around a supposed 700Hz, the sensor tracks well, and I won't label the Z axis as a "bug" because that is intended...

The other Razer mice after the Lachesis 3G have added an "advanced tracking algorithm" or "dynamic DPI", so those should be avoided, but I saw reports of Razer's Naga 2014 not having this added algorithm.
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