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post #11 of 18
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da be ! had a g500 but lasers too sensitivite to dust/hair and it has acceleration on soft pads
so g500 will not work good on goliathus speed?
post #12 of 18
if you can afford it, get a Razer Mamba! best mouse ever!
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post #13 of 18
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No, I can't. It's too expensive for me.
post #14 of 18
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so g500 will not work good on goliathus speed?
It will work, just won't perform up to maximum specifications.

-If you pivot with your wrist, it's likely that the sensor flaws won't be as glaring as one who uses his full arm to swipe across the pad to turn.

-The DA-BE is easier to claw, although I wouldn't really recommend it for a claw grip.

-It is my opinion that the DA BE has much better sensor quality. (No accel, high maximum counts, no blatantly obvious jitter, etc..)
Edited by Skylit - 10/28/11 at 10:46am
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so g500 will not work good on goliathus speed?
If you are not a low-sens-player, then it will be just ok for you!

By the way. What mouse you used before? What grip are using?
Edited by cROKODILE - 10/28/11 at 1:42pm
post #16 of 18
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I have been using abyssus for 10 months until it have broke (that's why I don't want to get razer, i know their mice are really good but the quality... I don't want to change mouse every 10 months.), before abyssus I was using mx518 for 2-3 years. Both of these mice I was claw gripping (even mx518).

Now I really don't know what should I choose ... the one says DA another G500... I like the functions in g500, a lot of programable buttons, fast scrolling mode, better scates than razer (imo). On the other hand DA has better sensor, but is that really matter? Will it really affect my game?

Also I want to add that g9x have the same sensor what g500 (avago 9500) and I know a lot of players with G9x and they're pretty good aimers.

btw. I'm playing quake.
Edited by Array_ - 10/28/11 at 2:05pm
post #17 of 18
Got a DA:BE at first, i got a little small hands, I was trying to palm it first, but couldn't.

Then eventually I started to finger tip it, and now all I take is headshots xD. Go for it . It has a flawless sensor.
post #18 of 18
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If it broke after 1 year of using? I'm sure Logitech is more solid.

EDIT:
What do you think about:
WMO
http://utnij.pl/wmo123
for 5 euro.

IMO 1.1 ?
http://www.com-tra.de/img/p/07105_o.jpg
for 30 euro.
Edited by Array_ - 10/28/11 at 2:59pm
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