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These are Mods.
They are not made by Steelseries.
It's just a normal Intelli 3.0 with different colour and a Steelseries Logo painted on it.
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Originally Posted by dstrk View Post

I looking mouse for FPS games (CS:GO)

I use 400 / 450 dpi with 500 hz

I use fingertip grip with half of my palm touch the mouse

now use Kinzu V2 pro

mousepad in use: QCK Mass

budget below $100

currently aiming for Logitech G9X (still selling in my country *Indonesia)
btw I'm prefer the glossy finish than rubber because of my sweaty hand / palm
(I have hyperhirosis)


can u find the perfect mouse for me?
thanks before
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

If you have small hands, the Zowie AM might be a good fit, although the sensor's a little weird. the AM has a glossy side version.

The Razer Deathadder 3.5G is better in terms of sensor than the Zowie AM (AM has a bit of a weird floaty feeling), but I'm not sure how good it would be for fingertip grip. It's not amazing if you have large hands, either.

Both mice are probably going to be better for FPS than the G9X.

I think AM is too big for my hand and my grip.. any other recommendation?
Edited by dstrk - 12/3/13 at 10:48am
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I heard that in competitions its illegal to use macros...

Does that mean you cant use those 2 extra buttons on the left side of mouses such as the Razer DeathAdder?

What about games such as Counter Strike or COD4?

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I heard that in competitions its illegal to use macros...

Does that mean you cant use those 2 extra buttons on the left side of mouses such as the Razer DeathAdder?

What about games such as Counter Strike or COD4?

Macro's are different to buttons. A macro can be a combination of buttons timed at certain intervals, if you program a straight up button, your fine.
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Macro's are different to buttons. A macro can be a combination of buttons timed at certain intervals, if you program a straight up button, your fine.
Does that mean you can use mouses like the Razer Naga?

And you can program the buttons?
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Originally Posted by gizmo J View Post

I heard that in competitions its illegal to use macros...

Does that mean you cant use those 2 extra buttons on the left side of mouses such as the Razer DeathAdder?

What about games such as Counter Strike or COD4?

You can't use macros in Counter Strike GO, from what I can tell. I had one macro set up to click as fast as possible for a while and it doesn't register any clicks in GO.
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Does that mean you can use mouses like the Razer Naga?

And you can program the buttons?
Yes you can use whatever mouse you want, as long as you don't have any of the extra buttons programmed to be macros. So basically use any basic key (a,u,3,7,g,d,.,') and you should be fine. I do think that it registers to automatically be mouse 1-9 though so I wouldnt worry too much about it.
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I'm confused...

Aren't "Macros" just extra buttons? Or am I missing something here?

Are you saying you can use a mouse with extra buttons but you just cant "customize" the buttons?
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Originally Posted by gizmo J View Post

I'm confused...

Aren't "Macros" just extra buttons? Or am I missing something here?

Are you saying you can use a mouse with extra buttons but you just cant "customize" the buttons?
Sort of
Macro's are the multi-button/multi-button + delay functions. I think.
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google does a good job defining what a macro is "a single instruction that expands automatically into a set of instructions to perform a particular task."

i would think every competitive league would let you bind keys, but most probably don't let macro's. But i don't know for sure. So you could bind a key on the mouse to a specific action, but you can't bind a key and have it do multiple actions basically. you can bind a key on the mouse to f. You can't bind a key on your mouse so that you press it once and it keeps doing f over and over again. Or for example, i have a key bound in TF2 where if i press it, it says in all talk "Jesus loves me this i know, for the bible tells me so". that would be banned in some comp leagues.
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