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just recently got myself a mice from sensor for $6 with usb interface, 1600 dpi, dpi adjustment button, ranging from 800 to 2400 dpi, galvanized mouse wheel, laser technology optical mouse.. cool... biggrin.gif
    
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welp. going to microcenter today to test out the G400 and the Deathadder black edition to see which one i like.
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1. What's your grip style?
Palm Grip but I slightly raise my index and middle finger (half way between palm and claw grip).

2. What's your sensitivity?
Around 1500 - 2000 DPI (currently using 1800 DPI).

3. What's your maximum budget?
Under $100 AU

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Two side buttons is all I 'really' need, but any extra are always welcome.

5. What games do you play?
League of Legends (majority), Guild Wars 2, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Battlefield 3 and a lot of RPGs.

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I've only owned one gaming mouse (CM Storm Sentinel Advance I) and I don't know the 'feeling' of prediction. I have no clue of the CM Storm has prediction but if it does then I don't know the difference. I guess I would prefer to have a lower/off prediction.

7. Other relevant information:
Input anything else you want.
some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc

I want it to feel like an 'upgrade' over my CM Storm Sentinel Advance. My CM Storm Sentinel Advance has served me well but I think I can get a better mouse that will improve my gaming considerably. Want to be more accurate with my clicking and I think a better mouse can give me that (the sensor on the CM Storm Sentinel is average at best). My hands are fairly small but the size and weight of the mouse (unless its really heavy) doesn't concern me as the CM Storm Sentinel is a fairly decent sized mouse and fits my hand just fine. I currently using a CM Storm Cloth Mouse Pad but I may replace it if need be.

I been looking at the:
- Deathadder 3.5G BE
- Roccat Kone/Savu
- Logitech G400

Just because they seem like the overall best 'mouse' currently on the market for what I am playing. However, please recommend anything else! Thank you.
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What's your grip style? Fingertip
What's your sensitivity? No idea whatsoever (using a Logitech Click! Optical Mouse so I can't punch in specific numbers for DPI)
What's your maximum budget? $50?
Do you want additional buttons? Would be nice but not necessary.
What games do you play? Getting into TF2 to see if I like fps. Other than that, some casual and indie games.
Do you mind about prediction? Not really.
Other relevant information: Input anything else you want.
some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc
Matte finish, optical, good switches (which would probably mean Omron. I can always solder on Omron switches by myself too), acceptable LOD (I barely life my mouse; around 2mm but 2-5mm LOD should be good enough for me).

I've been looking at the following thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1314748/looking-for-the-mouse

Considering the DeathAdder Black Edition, G400, Zowie AM, Roccat Savu, and CM Storm Spawn (looks sort of awkward in shape though).
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

What's your grip style? Fingertip
What's your sensitivity? No idea whatsoever (using a Logitech Click! Optical Mouse so I can't punch in specific numbers for DPI)
What's your maximum budget? $50?
Do you want additional buttons? Would be nice but not necessary.
What games do you play? Getting into TF2 to see if I like fps. Other than that, some casual and indie games.
Do you mind about prediction? Not really.
Other relevant information: Input anything else you want.
some examples: LOD, ambidextrous shape, weight, wireless, non-braided cord, glossy finish, button activation force, driverless, onboard memory, etc
Matte finish, optical, good switches (which would probably mean Omron. I can always solder on Omron switches by myself too), acceptable LOD (I barely life my mouse; around 2mm but 2-5mm LOD should be good enough for me).
I've been looking at the following thread.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1314748/looking-for-the-mouse
Considering the DeathAdder Black Edition, G400, Zowie AM, Roccat Savu, and CM Storm Spawn (looks sort of awkward in shape though).
The Savu is probably best for fingertip.
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The Savu is probably best for fingertip.
i dont understand why you guys spend so much money on gaming keyboards and gaming mice.. even a standard keyboard mice combination is sufficeient for gaming purposes.. $100 for a mice ? really ? cowboy.gif
    
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Originally Posted by mohit9206 View Post

i dont understand why you guys spend so much money on gaming keyboards and gaming mice.. even a standard keyboard mice combination is sufficeient for gaming purposes.. $100 for a mice ? really ? cowboy.gif

A standard keyboard will in most cases do fine, but a standard mouse is NOT sufficient and it will hold you back from reaching your potential
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I'm looking for a mouse with the following features:

- Small.
- Simple, not covered in macro buttons.
- Good build quality.
- Very firm audible clicks/buttons and scroll wheel.

I had a razor Diamondback and I liked the feel but the buttons were way too soft and wore out fairly quickly. I like buttons that feel/sound like you broke something every time you press them. Really clicky.

Part of me thinks I should just buy a basic logitech mouse and that "gaming" mice are more gimmick than function but I'm not sure. The sensor on the Diamondback was very nice but I have an angry raging caveman mouse grip and I don't like the soft buttons on most gaming mice.

So...

What's your grip style? Fingertip/claw. My palm doesn't touch at all.

What's your sensitivity? I will check on this and edit the answer in a moment... edit: 800-1000 dpi

What's your maximum budget? $50 should be enough since I don't want an MMO mouse covered in buttons and leds.

Do you want additional buttons? No.

What games do you play? This will primarily be for audio editing and coding but I play FPS and RTS games occasionally (so I like speed and lightness more than gimmick features, which just get in my way).

Do you mind about prediction? Not sure.
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Edited by NightVision - 10/13/12 at 1:18am
post #549 of 6207
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Originally Posted by NightVision View Post

I'm looking for a mouse with the following features:
- Small.
- Minimal buttons, especially no "macro" side buttons.
- Good build quality.
- Very firm audible clicks/buttons and scroll wheel.
I had a razor Diamondback and I liked the feel but the buttons were way too soft and wore out fairly quickly. I like buttons that feel/sound like you broke something every time you press them. Really clicky.
Part of me thinks I should just buy a basic logitech mouse and that "gaming" mice are more gimmick than function but I'm not sure. The sensor on the Diamondback was very nice but I have an angry raging caveman mouse grip and I don't like the soft buttons on most gaming mice.
So...
What's your grip style? Fingertip.
What's your sensitivity? I will check on this and edit the answer in a moment... edit: 800-1000 dpi
What's your maximum budget? $50 should be enough since I don't want an MMO mouse covered in buttons and leds.
Do you want additional buttons? No.
What games do you play? This will primarily be for audio editing and coding but I play FPS and RTS games occasionally (so I like speed and lightness more than macro buttons).
Do you mind about prediction? Not sure.
.

Really clicky? Zowie AM should do if you don't feel its too large. It feels about the same size as the diamondback though and it even have a VERY similar sensor.You can only choose between 450-1150-2300dpi though, so I don't know if you can live with that.

The zowie mico would be another option if you want a really small size, it have 800dpi and no side buttons. It have a jump bug though that happen sometimes. I don't know if the "really clicky" thing is the most important thing to you, but if its not there is more options.

But just so you know, gaming mice are usually not a gimmick. They have much better sensors that will give you an advantage over a standard logitech mouse.
Edited by HaiiYaa - 10/13/12 at 1:25am
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I really like the look of the g9x (it looks high end without being goofy/excessive) but the stuff about laser acceleration and the offset sensor have me hesitating.
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