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Best cloth pad for steelseries sensei

post #1 of 42
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I am going to buy this mouse soon. I know that it uses the avago 9500 sensor.

I know this sensor has 5% positive aceleration.

I use my wrist to move my mouse and play at a 800 to 1000 dpi. Would i still experience the positive acceleration?

Which cloth pad is good for this mouse? I am unable to get the artisan because i am in the uk.
post #2 of 42
You may experience minor accel , but you're likely to not notice as much as a low sens player. I assume you place the base of your hand on the pad and pivot with your wrist?

What cloth pads do you own right now? You might be better to keep what you have and adapt to it.
post #3 of 42
Thread Starter 
I do yes skylit.

The only pad i have mate is the boogie bug XL. Which is a huge mouse pad like the new razer pads. It is very smooth.

Skylit the way i move my mouse would i experience less than 5% acceleration?
post #4 of 42
Use enotus to find what is your max speed ingame and compare result with graph.
post #5 of 42
Thread Starter 
I havent got my xai anymore.

I dont know how to do all of that stuff anyways
post #6 of 42
QCK heavy..but i'd get a hard pad for a laser mouse
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post #7 of 42
Thread Starter 
Dont like hard.
post #8 of 42
Quote:
Originally Posted by baws View Post
QCK heavy..but i'd get a hard pad for a laser mouse
All QcK's are very bad for all Avago 9500-sensor mice.
post #9 of 42
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Originally Posted by AquaSurfer View Post
Use enotus to find what is your max speed ingame and compare result with graph.
Results i got were my resolution says 200 dpi

max speed was 2.55 m/s 20051 points

I got bad readings on the resolution and smoothness.

Like i said with my max speed would i get less than 5% acceleration?

I did this test at 800 dpi.
post #10 of 42
If you know you want to use cloth, why choose a mouse with laser sensor 9500?
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