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Originally Posted by woll3 View Post

Your Pic shows a V1, thats a V2.

well they look the same to me.
post #652 of 6311
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Originally Posted by EliteReplay View Post

well they look the same to me.
Racist biggrin.gif
post #653 of 6311
1. What's your grip style?
Somewhere between palm and claw

2. What's your sensitivity?
I use 1400 dpi at the moment, but willing to scale down

3. What's your maximum budget?
80 Euro

4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons would be nice for browsing but I can live without

5. What games do you play?
Mainly League of Legends

6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't really mind, I would prefer no prediction

7. Other relevant information:
-The sensor is the most important thing to me, it has to be a good sensor.
-At the moment I use a Logitech G5 (updated blue one), I removed the weight cardridge to make it as light as possible. I prefer mice as light as possible. I would not be willing to go heavier than my G5
-I have big hands, small mice seem cool to me in a geeky way but I don't know if it would be practical.
-Wired is a must
-Indifferent about ambidextrous or not.
-I like the rubbery finish on my G5 but I read that if you don't sweat, glossy finish is better? My hands rarely sweat, so maybe glossy is better.
-I use a 1$ crappy cloth mousepad
post #654 of 6311
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Originally Posted by Vogs View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Somewhere between palm and claw
2. What's your sensitivity?
I use 1400 dpi at the moment, but willing to scale down
3. What's your maximum budget?
80 Euro
4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons would be nice for browsing but I can live without
5. What games do you play?
Mainly League of Legends
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't really mind, I would prefer no prediction
7. Other relevant information:
-The sensor is the most important thing to me, it has to be a good sensor.
-At the moment I use a Logitech G5 (updated blue one), I removed the weight cardridge to make it as light as possible. I prefer mice as light as possible. I would not be willing to go heavier than my G5
-I have big hands, small mice seem cool to me in a geeky way but I don't know if it would be practical.
-Wired is a must
-Indifferent about ambidextrous or not.
-I like the rubbery finish on my G5 but I read that if you don't sweat, glossy finish is better? My hands rarely sweat, so maybe glossy is better.
-I use a 1$ crappy cloth mousepad

You are quite indifferent to a number of stuff lol, making the spectrum quite wide... any mouse that uses the Avago 3090 sensor and is not too heavy should do for you rolleyes.gif

Roccat Savu is shaped well for claw grip and large enough for limited palm grip, yet quite light at about 90g. CM Storm Spawn is designed for claw grip. and Recon is good for both claw and some people's palm. If you have larger hands, you might be able to claw G400/Deathadder. All of them is adequate for LoL at 800 or 1600DPI I guess. You could get a QcK for a less crappy mousepad that works very well with optical mice.
post #655 of 6311
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Originally Posted by Vogs View Post

1. What's your grip style?
Somewhere between palm and claw
2. What's your sensitivity?
I use 1400 dpi at the moment, but willing to scale down
3. What's your maximum budget?
80 Euro
4. Do you want additional buttons?
2 side buttons would be nice for browsing but I can live without
5. What games do you play?
Mainly League of Legends
6. Do you mind about prediction?
I don't really mind, I would prefer no prediction
7. Other relevant information:
-The sensor is the most important thing to me, it has to be a good sensor.
-At the moment I use a Logitech G5 (updated blue one), I removed the weight cardridge to make it as light as possible. I prefer mice as light as possible. I would not be willing to go heavier than my G5
-I have big hands, small mice seem cool to me in a geeky way but I don't know if it would be practical.
-Wired is a must
-Indifferent about ambidextrous or not.
-I like the rubbery finish on my G5 but I read that if you don't sweat, glossy finish is better? My hands rarely sweat, so maybe glossy is better.
-I use a 1$ crappy cloth mousepad
First of all, you should consider atleast getting a cheap steelseries qck mousepad to go with your new mouse. About the mouse its a bit hard to judge if you are more of a palmgrip or clawgrip user, but the most obvious choice would be the logitech g400 since you are already used to the logitech g5 shape. It's slightly heavy for me, but I doubt it weighs more than the g5. The sensor is amazing though but it does seem to perform a little worse on the higher dpi settings

Another option would be the steelseries sensei(great glossy finish on top)/steelseries sensei raw that works well for all kinds of grips and larger hands. The sensor can give up to 5% positive acceleration, but few people notice it and it won't hold you back from performing your best in a game like league of legends. I use it in games that are much more demanding on the sensor and I never ever felt that it was holding me back. Personally I would get the raw version since its lighter

Another option would be the zowie am-gs that have, in my oppionion, the best glossy coating you can get. If you don't sweat a lot you will have a very good grip on the mouse. The drawbacks would be that its a bit smaller than the two other mice mentioned, the sides are shaped more / \ which some people don't like and because of the low lift off distance it can be a little bit picky about the surface
post #656 of 6311
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

You are quite indifferent to a number of stuff lol, making the spectrum quite wide... any mouse that uses the Avago 3090 sensor and is not too heavy should do for you rolleyes.gif
Roccat Savu is shaped well for claw grip and large enough for limited palm grip, yet quite light at about 90g. CM Storm Spawn is designed for claw grip. and Recon is good for both claw and some people's palm. If you have larger hands, you might be able to claw G400/Deathadder. All of them is adequate for LoL at 800 or 1600DPI I guess. You could get a QcK for a less crappy mousepad that works very well with optical mice.

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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post

First of all, you should consider atleast getting a cheap steelseries qck mousepad to go with your new mouse. About the mouse its a bit hard to judge if you are more of a palmgrip or clawgrip user, but the most obvious choice would be the logitech g400 since you are already used to the logitech g5 shape. It's slightly heavy for me, but I doubt it weighs more than the g5. The sensor is amazing though but it does seem to perform a little worse on the higher dpi settings
Another option would be the steelseries sensei(great glossy finish on top)/steelseries sensei raw that works well for all kinds of grips and larger hands. The sensor can give up to 5% positive acceleration, but few people notice it and it won't hold you back from performing your best in a game like league of legends. I use it in games that are much more demanding on the sensor and I never ever felt that it was holding me back. Personally I would get the raw version since its lighter
Another option would be the zowie am-gs that have, in my oppionion, the best glossy coating you can get. If you don't sweat a lot you will have a very good grip on the mouse. The drawbacks would be that its a bit smaller than the two other mice mentioned, the sides are shaped more / \ which some people don't like and because of the low lift off distance it can be a little bit picky about the surface

Sorry for being so ambiguous, here's 2 pictures of how I hold my mouse, I guess it's closer to palm than to claw?
sam_1809yakh0.jpg
sam_181035j78.jpg

Thanks for the suggestions, I will look into the Savu, Spawn, Recon and G400/Deathadder. Do they only have native 800 or 1600 DPI? Seems like a big step coming from 1400.

Good point on the mousepad, I will order the Qck mousepad. I was personally leaning towards the white Zowie EC1 Evo since it's quite big and yet lighter than my G5, also the sensor is good. The only difference between the AM and EC is the shape right, AM is more like a Logitech and EC more like a deathadder?

Aesthetically I love the steelseries mice, but from what I understand the sensor isn't goo good?
post #657 of 6311
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Originally Posted by Vogs View Post

Sorry for being so ambiguous, here's 2 pictures of how I hold my mouse, I guess it's closer to palm than to claw?
sam_1809yakh0.jpg
sam_181035j78.jpg
Thanks for the suggestions, I will look into the Savu, Spawn, Recon and G400/Deathadder. Do they only have native 800 or 1600 DPI? Seems like a big step coming from 1400.
Good point on the mousepad, I will order the Qck mousepad. I was personally leaning towards the white Zowie EC1 Evo since it's quite big and yet lighter than my G5, also the sensor is good. The only difference between the AM and EC is the shape right, AM is more like a Logitech and EC more like a deathadder?
Aesthetically I love the steelseries mice, but from what I understand the sensor isn't goo good?

Savu has native dpi steps at 800 and 1600, while G400, Spawn and DA have steps at 800 and 1800. EC1 Evo / AM has step at 1150.

For Sensei, if you are not especially sensitive to up to 5% variation in your mouse movement, then you will be fine with it. Moreover, its sensor allows you to adjust DPI in smaller steps so you can get closer to 1400DPI (i.e. if you are fine with that variation, you can consider other mice that use the same sensor).

edit: Your grip looks like "Claw Paw" thumb.gif There's a club somewhere around here dedicated to this grip style, but there doesn't seem to be many members redface.gif I have a similar grip and I find Savu to be very good for it. My hand is kinda small though (18.5cm)
Edited by raisinbun - 11/11/12 at 5:42pm
post #658 of 6311
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

Savu and G400 have native dpi steps at 800 and 1600, while Spawn and DA have steps at 800 and 1800. EC1 Evo / AM has step at 1150.
For Sensei, if you are not especially sensitive to up to 5% variation in your mouse movement, then you will be fine with it. Moreover, its sensor allows you to adjust DPI in smaller steps so you can get closer to 1400DPI (i.e. if you are fine with that variation, you can consider other mice that use the same sensor).
I thought the G400 did 400, 800, 1800 and 3600 DPI as it's steps. The 1900 DPI step looks a lot more jittery to me than the 1800 DPI step, which indicates that it is scaling the 3600 DPI step to achieve 1900.
post #659 of 6311
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

I thought the G400 did 400, 800, 1800 and 3600 DPI as it's steps. The 1900 DPI step looks a lot more jittery to me than the 1800 DPI step, which indicates that it is scaling the 3600 DPI step to achieve 1900.

Sorry, edited, failed to check thoroughly and just made it out from my memory redface.gif

And doesn't the 1600DPI graph looks like there is some prediction? (It happens with my Savu sometimes as well) - What mousepad are you using?
post #660 of 6311
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Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

Sorry, edited, failed to check thoroughly and just made it out from my memory redface.gif
And doesn't the 1600DPI graph looks like there is some prediction? (It happens with my Savu sometimes as well) - What mousepad are you using?
There's no prediction, it's just really hard to draw in paint at that sensitivity.
I'm using an XFX warpad.
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