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post #1961 of 3965
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Originally Posted by Mrpeeng View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Right hand palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
medium

3. What's your maximum budget?
Under 200 unless It comes with some magic beans

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Left side button to use as back

5. What games do you play?
MOBA type of games and Action RPG

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes, I do mind

7. Other relevant information:
Currently using a G5 from early 00's.

Just get a Logitech g400 v2. You can pick em up cheap and they're fantastic. As long as you're happy with the shape of the current G5, then you're golden.
post #1962 of 3965
I am currently using a Deathadder 3.5G Optical, I love this mouse but my problem with it is that it has no support for my ring and little finger. I bought a mionix naos but it was too small. I had a look a the RAT 7 mice but I'm worried about the weight and laser sensor, I also lift my mouse in game pretty much so a low lift-off distance would be nice.

With my deathadder I have to hold my fingers to the straight side of the mouse which starts to hurt my fingers after a while.

It would be nice to have a flat surface that is part of the mouse like the RAT7 but the support the NAOS has would also be okay if it's bigger, as my fingers extend pretty far forward.




1. What's your grip style?
Palm.

2. What's your sensitivity?
3500

3. What's your maximum budget?
100 € if that's what it takes.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Min. 5 buttons, does not matter if there is more.

5. What games do you play?
FPS

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yeah I guess I would.

TL;DR
Basically a mouse very much like the deathadder but with proper support for ring and little finger.
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post #1963 of 3965
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Originally Posted by kga92 View Post

I am currently using a Deathadder 3.5G Optical, I love this mouse but my problem with it is that it has no support for my ring and little finger. I bought a mionix naos but it was too small. I had a look a the RAT 7 mice but I'm worried about the weight and laser sensor, I also lift my mouse in game pretty much so a low lift-off distance would be nice.

With my deathadder I have to hold my fingers to the straight side of the mouse which starts to hurt my fingers after a while.

It would be nice to have a flat surface that is part of the mouse like the RAT7 but the support the NAOS has would also be okay if it's bigger, as my fingers extend pretty far forward.




1. What's your grip style?
Palm.

2. What's your sensitivity?
3500

3. What's your maximum budget?
100 € if that's what it takes.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Min. 5 buttons, does not matter if there is more.

5. What games do you play?
FPS

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yeah I guess I would.

TL;DR
Basically a mouse very much like the deathadder but with proper support for ring and little finger.

There is no mouse that fits this description if the Naos is too small for you. That thing is very large in the world of mice. The RAT is actually smaller than the Naos width wise, even with the pinky support piece. But even if it were larger, I wouldn't touch it with a 10' pole. Philips Twin-Eye mice are dead to me. If you lift your mouse and play twitch games, then you'll be screwed thanks to the dynamic DPI scaling and Z-Axis bug.
post #1964 of 3965
Not really the same, but what about the CM Storm Spawn? That thing is pretty well suited for large hands with a fingertip grip style.
post #1965 of 3965
1. What's your grip style?
Claw Grip

2. What's your sensitivity?
2000dpi

3. What's your maximum budget?
70 USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
No need, i don't play any MMO games (LOL, WOW...) no need for those

5. What games do you play?
Battlefield 4, Titanfall, Rust. Mainly First Person Shooters and almost all triple A titles.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I would like to try it. But i want a mouse that i can turn off prediction if i don't like it

7. Other relevant information:
Just need it to be compact and good for gaming. Nice heavy metal scroll wheel would be nice.


8. Rough or smooth?
Soft touch feel would be nice, smooth would be preferred.

9. Which size approximately?
Need it to be compact, i am constantly traveling and i need to be able to put it in a backpack
post #1966 of 3965
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

There is no mouse that fits this description if the Naos is too small for you. That thing is very large in the world of mice. The RAT is actually smaller than the Naos width wise, even with the pinky support piece. But even if it were larger, I wouldn't touch it with a 10' pole. Philips Twin-Eye mice are dead to me. If you lift your mouse and play twitch games, then you'll be screwed thanks to the dynamic DPI scaling and Z-Axis bug.

Thanks for the quick response. Sorry I did not mean to say that the NAOS needs to be bigger, just a big higher. The Deathadders height supports my palm really well, if the NAOS was a bit higher about where the logo is my fingers would settle pretty nicely as well. Also if I keep my hand further back it is really comfortable but then a big part of my hand is resting on the table not the mouse. I hope you understand what i'm trying to say smile.gif basically the base of my thumb is NOT resting on the table like some people do, I rest it on the mouse and the NAOS is too low for that.
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post #1967 of 3965
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Originally Posted by DivineDark View Post

There is no mouse that fits this description if the Naos is too small for you. That thing is very large in the world of mice. The RAT is actually smaller than the Naos width wise, even with the pinky support piece. But even if it were larger, I wouldn't touch it with a 10' pole. Philips Twin-Eye mice are dead to me. If you lift your mouse and play twitch games, then you'll be screwed thanks to the dynamic DPI scaling and Z-Axis bug.
Are the R.A.T. mice with PTE sensors effected by "DPI scaling"? I know Razer's "advanced tracking algorithm" does this, but didn't know any R.A.T. mice had something similar, too. Do applicable R.A.T. mice have this inconsistent CPI, too?
post #1968 of 3965
1. What's your grip style?
Palm (Sometimes hybrid with fingertip but lets just say palm)

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low, 400dpi 500hz only

3. What's your maximum budget?
1-100$

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Doesn't matter

5. What games do you play?
FPS games,

6. Do you mind about prediction?
No Prediction, smoothing,

7. Other relevant information:
Just want a good mouse that performs well on 400dpi without "laggy smoothing feeling" like the DA 2013
A light mouse is preferred but I could try a heavier one with a decent sensor like the rival biggrin.gif

I assume suggestions would be zowie, rival, minoix but I just want some extra input
post #1969 of 3965
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Originally Posted by L4dd View Post

Are the R.A.T. mice with PTE sensors effected by "DPI scaling"? I know Razer's "advanced tracking algorithm" does this, but didn't know any R.A.T. mice had something similar, too. Do applicable R.A.T. mice have this inconsistent CPI, too?

I think the newer ones do.
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Originally Posted by cKwok View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Palm (Sometimes hybrid with fingertip but lets just say palm)

2. What's your sensitivity?
Low, 400dpi 500hz only

3. What's your maximum budget?
1-100$

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Doesn't matter

5. What games do you play?
FPS games,

6. Do you mind about prediction?
No Prediction, smoothing,

7. Other relevant information:
Just want a good mouse that performs well on 400dpi without "laggy smoothing feeling" like the DA 2013
A light mouse is preferred but I could try a heavier one with a decent sensor like the rival biggrin.gif

I assume suggestions would be zowie, rival, minoix but I just want some extra input

Yeah Zowie FK, Rival, Avior/Naos 7000. I would get the Mionix mice over the Rival, they are a little lighter and their build quality is way better. I have an FK as well and I'm sure you know the limitations of the 3090 well enough if you'd like a mouse like that or not.
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post #1970 of 3965
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Originally Posted by L4dd View Post

Are the R.A.T. mice with PTE sensors effected by "DPI scaling"? I know Razer's "advanced tracking algorithm" does this, but didn't know any R.A.T. mice had something similar, too. Do applicable R.A.T. mice have this inconsistent CPI, too?

All newer PTE sensors in the RAT mice use DPI scaling in order to limit the impact of the Z-Axis bug.
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