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post #301 of 6207
Never tried my DA with a so low DPI setting, simply thought that for me 3600DPI works best under Windows so I never bothered to use a different DPI setting for games. Maybe I should try it, I guess an FPS like FEAR3 would be a good testing ground.
post #302 of 6207
1. What's your grip style?
mixture of palm / claw (not full claw)

2. What's your sensitivity?
Depends on the mouse ;|

3. What's your maximum budget?
I have no Max budget.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 Buttons on the left side of the mouse (i'm a righty)

5. What games do you play?
Professional Counter-Strike, Guild Wars 2

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I want the best tracking possible, if prediction does not give me this I do not want it


7. Other relevant information:
I am an ex-professional CS 1.6 player. I moved to MMO's and now I am going back to CS Go. My mice are outdated and I have not had any luck with laser mice. I am looking for the best mouse on the market with 2 side buttons on the left side of the mouse with the most accurate / best quality sensor. The team is getting back together for CS:Go and I need something rather quickly. I do not like the steelseries Sensei, i do not like the g400, and the deathadder is ok but not fantastic in my opinion. I am used to playing with the MX300 and old school microsoft mice. I also just tried the Razer Taipan and absolutely hate it... Thanks for the help.
post #303 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by bradkami View Post

1. What's your grip style?
mixture of palm / claw (not full claw)
2. What's your sensitivity?
Depends on the mouse ;|
3. What's your maximum budget?
I have no Max budget.
4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 Buttons on the left side of the mouse (i'm a righty)
5. What games do you play?
Professional Counter-Strike, Guild Wars 2
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I want the best tracking possible, if prediction does not give me this I do not want it

7. Other relevant information:
I am an ex-professional CS 1.6 player. I moved to MMO's and now I am going back to CS Go. My mice are outdated and I have not had any luck with laser mice. I am looking for the best mouse on the market with 2 side buttons on the left side of the mouse with the most accurate / best quality sensor. The team is getting back together for CS:Go and I need something rather quickly. I do not like the steelseries Sensei, i do not like the g400, and the deathadder is ok but not fantastic in my opinion. I am used to playing with the MX300 and old school microsoft mice. I also just tried the Razer Taipan and absolutely hate it... Thanks for the help.
Maybe you should consider the Roccat Savu, the Zowie AM or for full claw, the CM Storm Spawn
post #304 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChromeBeauty View Post

One thing I'm hearing again and again is that above 800DPI the G400 isn't good, so not good for me as highsenser?
Savu seems to have a serious mousewheel problem and the the deathadders left mouse button problem is the reason that I currently looking for a new mouse.

Where did you get that info? smile.gif

Mine is fine after around one quarter million mousewheel actuations (up & down).
post #305 of 6207
Things or problems you "hear" effect every mouse.

luck of the draw really.
post #306 of 6207
Well over here it seems famous for this problem.
post #307 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

Things or problems you "hear" effect every mouse.
luck of the draw really.

Yes and no.

Roccat is known for their mousewheel failing in earlier models -higher malfunction rate than other brands-, yet there have still not been reports of this happening on the Savu (probably other mice on the Roccat lineup are also "cured" of this).

That's why I asked his source, it would be the first I've heard this about the Savu having abnormally high mousewheel failure ratio.
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChromeBeauty View Post

Well over here it seems famous for this problem.

Quote or URL?
Edited by DeMS - 8/2/12 at 10:03am
post #308 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by bradkami View Post

1. What's your grip style?
mixture of palm / claw (not full claw)
2. What's your sensitivity?
Depends on the mouse ;|
3. What's your maximum budget?
I have no Max budget.
4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 Buttons on the left side of the mouse (i'm a righty)
5. What games do you play?
Professional Counter-Strike, Guild Wars 2
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I want the best tracking possible, if prediction does not give me this I do not want it

7. Other relevant information:
I am an ex-professional CS 1.6 player. I moved to MMO's and now I am going back to CS Go. My mice are outdated and I have not had any luck with laser mice. I am looking for the best mouse on the market with 2 side buttons on the left side of the mouse with the most accurate / best quality sensor. The team is getting back together for CS:Go and I need something rather quickly. I do not like the steelseries Sensei, i do not like the g400, and the deathadder is ok but not fantastic in my opinion. I am used to playing with the MX300 and old school microsoft mice. I also just tried the Razer Taipan and absolutely hate it... Thanks for the help.

Intellimouse 1.1 or Explorer 3.0 @ 500 Hz if you don't play with a stupidly low sensitivity and don't mind 400DPI. This is the sensor that won the most tournament games in Quake and Counter-Strike, and the mice aren't outdated at all. I'm still waiting for a mouse that will surpass these, since they aren't without flaws. (Explorer 3.0 sometimes develop a double-click problem on mouse1 and the cords are quite stiff and heavy)

Wheel Mouse Optical (WMO) is another great mouse but it doesn't have any side buttons.
Edited by tamtam402 - 8/2/12 at 11:26am
post #309 of 6207
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChromeBeauty View Post

Savu seems to have a serious mousewheel problem and the the deathadders left mouse button problem is the reason that I currently looking for a new mouse.

Kone! Not Savu! thumb.gif
post #310 of 6207
I posted a couple months ago, and no one has helped me, so I hope it's ok if I just post again so people can see my post.


1. What's your grip?
Palm mostly, but sometimes I'll go to a hybrid between palm and fingertip.

2. What's your sensitivity?
I don't know. I've never owned a gaming mouse before, so anything that would allow me to be versatile and find my sweet spot would be nice. I generally set my games on medium to high sensitivity though, but that can cause A problem when using a sniper rifle or bow in games. Anything that would have a button for changing sensitivity between 2 or more profiles would be great, and I really like how the M60 has a "sniper" button.

3. What's your maximum budget?
none.

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Sure, but Not a lot. I don't play MMO's.

5. What games do you play?
FPSRPG's, FPS, and no MMO's.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes. Please no prediction.

7. I Like a lighter mouse, and any mouse that would let me customize the weight would be even better. Like I stated under question 2, something that would let me easily change dpi on the fly straight from the mouse is a MUST. Since I don't play any MMO's, I don't need a lot of macros but extra buttons to assign to copy/paste would be cool. I was looking at the M60 due to its adjustable DPI, lack of huge macros, adjustable weight, dpi changes from the mouse, good looks, comfy to palm,and its good price. That's The mouse I'm most leaning tword, but if anyone has anything better, please speak up!
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