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i'm leaning on buying a new mouse after using my A4Tech X710BH. as of this typing i just realized this mouse has prediction. which. i kind of hate now realizing it.

as for the questions

1. What's your grip style? - i have small hands. although i can palm X710BH easily. i can also claw it. depends on the gaming session i switch between palming and clawing my mouse.

2. What's your sensitivity? - i'm really good at the max DPI of X7. ranging around 1600DPI

3. What's your maximum budget? -around 60$ max

4. Do you want additional buttons? - well DPI switching on the fly is kind of a must have. aside from other buttons, my hand is kind of different to even press them. (if you want pics i can provide lol)

5. What games do you play? - Dota 2 and CS:GO, other than that i spend most of my time browsing

6. Do you mind about prediction? - like i mentioned above. i hate it now frown.gif

7. Other relevant information: - i live in the Philippines, having said that i have limited choices. as for my next mouse/mice i think i want to have a mouse that as less height than the X7 and a much smaller mice overall. PS: i have sweaty hands frown.gif


Thanks in advance everyone smile.gif
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post #2012 of 6207
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Originally Posted by imbasaurus View Post

i'm leaning on buying a new mouse after using my A4Tech X710BH. as of this typing i just realized this mouse has prediction. which. i kind of hate now realizing it.

as for the questions

1. What's your grip style? - i have small hands. although i can palm X710BH easily. i can also claw it. depends on the gaming session i switch between palming and clawing my mouse.

2. What's your sensitivity? - i'm really good at the max DPI of X7. ranging around 1600DPI

3. What's your maximum budget? -around 60$ max

4. Do you want additional buttons? - well DPI switching on the fly is kind of a must have. aside from other buttons, my hand is kind of different to even press them. (if you want pics i can provide lol)

5. What games do you play? - Dota 2 and CS:GO, other than that i spend most of my time browsing

6. Do you mind about prediction? - like i mentioned above. i hate it now frown.gif

7. Other relevant information: - i live in the Philippines, having said that i have limited choices. as for my next mouse/mice i think i want to have a mouse that as less height than the X7 and a much smaller mice overall. PS: i have sweaty hands frown.gif


Thanks in advance everyone smile.gif

A4Tech Bloody V-series (Pixart 3305DK)

For FPS gaming, this has a good sensor for 1600DPi (native sensitivity, works best at 1600). And the Bloody 5 macro feature for FPS gaming is enhanced compared to the X7 Oscar editor. Uses Huano click switches (10m click lifespan)


In SEA region, I got mine for $30 less (V8A, core3 activated)
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A4Tech Bloody V-series (Pixart 3305DK)

For FPS gaming, this has a good sensor for 1600DPi (native sensitivity, works best at 1600). And the Bloody 5 macro feature for FPS gaming is enhanced compared to the X7 Oscar editor. Uses Huano click switches (10m click lifespan)


In SEA region, I got mine for $30 less (V8A, core3 activated)

Doesn't the 3305 have prediction?
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Doesn't the 3305 have prediction?

Very little to none. Not noticeable.
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1. What's your grip style?

Finger and claw (tending to claw a bit more I believe). In love with my still going strong as day one Logitech G9 (not x)

2. What's your sensitivity?

medium I should say 1200-1800 dpi max with G9

3. What's your maximum budget?

$100+ if something worth it its not a problem

4. Do you want additional buttons?

Preferably a mouse with at least 4 side buttons

5. What games do you play?

Mixed. Mostly MMO's and FPS like Planetside 2.

6. Do you mind about prediction?

If a mouse have all other features I need I don't mind about prediction that much

7. Other relevant information

I want definitely a 4D scroll wheel. Its just that my muscle memory so hard trained on G9 the last 6 years and I am old too tongue.gif. As you see guys I need a comfortable all around mouse with extra buttons on thumb/wheel. Something that can pull headshots and at same time make my life easier in games like Wildstar. All great fps mice have not many buttons, naga/g600 feel too much and no ideal for fps games. So any ideas ?
post #2016 of 6207
Hello OCN,

I posted in this thread a while back and got some answers, but due to financial circumstances I wasn't able to get a new mouse. Now I'm on the hunt for one again and I've done a little more research. So I'm back to ask for more advice. I'm looking for a replacement for my trustworthy G9x.

1. What's your grip style?
Palm, with a bit of fingertip thrown in for leisurely activities.

2. What's your sensitivity?
I use the DPI turned all the way up on the G9x, I think it's 5700? I know, I'm weird, but I love me some twitch gaming.

3. What's your maximum budget?
~80$ USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Yes, a must have. At least two thumb buttons.

5. What games do you play?
Right now Mechwarrior Online, Payday 2, Crusader Kings II. Generally tend more towards FPS, but also play some RTS and MMO.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I have never noticed the prediction on the G9x.

7. Other relevant information:
I like my mice to be a tad on the heavier side. I'd rather not have a glossy surfaced mouse. Would probably like a shape like the G9x but I'm also comfortable with larger mice like the old Logitech G5. I like/need higher DPI, frankly my G9x's 5700 DPI is no longer fast enough to navigate my new 27in 2560 x 1440 monitor. I'll probably use the mouse on cloth surfaces unless someone can convince me hard surfaces are significantly better. The scroll wheel on the G9x is truly one of my favorite features but I can learn to live without it. As for the big brands; Not interested in Razer at all, Logitech's stuff doesn't come close to the G9x anymore. Currently looking at the Mionix Naos 7000/8200, Corsair M95, Roccat Kone XTD, and perhaps the SteelSeries Rival. Having read around there it seems there is an optical camp and a laser camp, it seems most of the information I come across prefers optical mice and says that the newer laser mice suffer from prediction/inaccuracy. So it looks like the Mionix Naos 7000 would be best for me, Although I would prefer to have more thumb buttons or simulation capabilities like Roccat's EasyShift. On that note I'm actually looking to use the new mouse's software since it seems they've generally advanced since I first got my G9x, so if there are any opinions on the accompanying software functionality of a given company I'd be very interested in knowing them. Are there any other higher DPI optical mice out there or on the horizon? Or is the difference between optical and laser overblown?

Thanks for your time and thoughts smile.gif
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post #2017 of 6207
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Hello OCN,

I posted in this thread a while back and got some answers, but due to financial circumstances I wasn't able to get a new mouse. Now I'm on the hunt for one again and I've done a little more research. So I'm back to ask for more advice. I'm looking for a replacement for my trustworthy G9x.

1. What's your grip style?
Palm, with a bit of fingertip thrown in for leisurely activities.

2. What's your sensitivity?
I use the DPI turned all the way up on the G9x, I think it's 5700? I know, I'm weird, but I love me some twitch gaming.

3. What's your maximum budget?
~80$ USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Yes, a must have. At least two thumb buttons.

5. What games do you play?
Right now Mechwarrior Online, Payday 2, Crusader Kings II. Generally tend more towards FPS, but also play some RTS and MMO.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I have never noticed the prediction on the G9x.

7. Other relevant information:
I like my mice to be a tad on the heavier side. I'd rather not have a glossy surfaced mouse. Would probably like a shape like the G9x but I'm also comfortable with larger mice like the old Logitech G5. I like/need higher DPI, frankly my G9x's 5700 DPI is no longer fast enough to navigate my new 27in 2560 x 1440 monitor. I'll probably use the mouse on cloth surfaces unless someone can convince me hard surfaces are significantly better. The scroll wheel on the G9x is truly one of my favorite features but I can learn to live without it. As for the big brands; Not interested in Razer at all, Logitech's stuff doesn't come close to the G9x anymore. Currently looking at the Mionix Naos 7000/8200, Corsair M95, Roccat Kone XTD, and perhaps the SteelSeries Rival. Having read around there it seems there is an optical camp and a laser camp, it seems most of the information I come across prefers optical mice and says that the newer laser mice suffer from prediction/inaccuracy. So it looks like the Mionix Naos 7000 would be best for me, Although I would prefer to have more thumb buttons or simulation capabilities like Roccat's EasyShift. On that note I'm actually looking to use the new mouse's software since it seems they've generally advanced since I first got my G9x, so if there are any opinions on the accompanying software functionality of a given company I'd be very interested in knowing them. Are there any other higher DPI optical mice out there or on the horizon? Or is the difference between optical and laser overblown?

Thanks for your time and thoughts smile.gif

The first thing I thought of as I read through your desires was the Naos 7000 before you even mentioned it. That's what I'd get too. I can vouch for just how awesome that sensor is too since I have the Avior but I'm a fingertip.
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1. What's your grip style?
palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
400DPI, 2.3 in cs:go, 3 in quake.

3. What's your maximum budget?
$65 USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
any five button mouse with two right thumb buttons.

5. What games do you play?
i only play FPS games such as counter strike and quake.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
i prefer zero hardware acceleration or prediction.

7. Other relevant information:
i used 3 mx518s over the course of around 7 years, before their faulty cords stopped me from buying logitech mice anymore. i moved on to the roccat savu which after 8 months of regular use has started to display tracking issues. if i swipe too hard to the left or right it looks downwards and is a massive problem. i've looked at the zowie EC2 evo cL and steelseries rival, both of which have separate issues. if there are any alternatives to these mice, i would be appreciative to know.
post #2019 of 6207
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Originally Posted by ghostulated View Post

1. What's your grip style?
palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
400DPI, 2.3 in cs:go, 3 in quake.

3. What's your maximum budget?
$65 USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
any five button mouse with two right thumb buttons.

5. What games do you play?
i only play FPS games such as counter strike and quake.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
i prefer zero hardware acceleration or prediction.

7. Other relevant information:
i used 3 mx518s over the course of around 7 years, before their faulty cords stopped me from buying logitech mice anymore. i moved on to the roccat savu which after 8 months of regular use has started to display tracking issues. if i swipe too hard to the left or right it looks downwards and is a massive problem. i've looked at the zowie EC2 evo cL and steelseries rival, both of which have separate issues. if there are any alternatives to these mice, i would be appreciative to know.

Mionix Naos 7000...mayyybe Corsair M45, but I would go with the former and pony up the extra dough. The Rival really isn't a bad mouse at all, I would grab one from a local Best Buy so you can return it if you don't like it first if your budget is not flexible.
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post #2020 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by ghostulated View Post

1. What's your grip style?
palm

2. What's your sensitivity?
400DPI, 2.3 in cs:go, 3 in quake.

3. What's your maximum budget?
$65 USD

4. Do you want additional buttons?
any five button mouse with two right thumb buttons.

5. What games do you play?
i only play FPS games such as counter strike and quake.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
i prefer zero hardware acceleration or prediction.

7. Other relevant information:
i used 3 mx518s over the course of around 7 years, before their faulty cords stopped me from buying logitech mice anymore. i moved on to the roccat savu which after 8 months of regular use has started to display tracking issues. if i swipe too hard to the left or right it looks downwards and is a massive problem. i've looked at the zowie EC2 evo cL and steelseries rival, both of which have separate issues. if there are any alternatives to these mice, i would be appreciative to know.

Return the Savu for a manufacturer warranty replacement and continue enjoy it. It's a good mouse.
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