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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by SightUp View Post

MX400 (which is the new MX518, but I don't know if they fixed the prediction issue.), Microsoft 3.0.

It's called G400, has prediction, and is not an issue but a preference.
Also the max control speed of the MS 3.0 is way too low.
post #12 of 18
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MS 3.0 is too low I agree. So Deathadder BE is number 1. choice unless some one have better idea.
post #13 of 18
I wait for the Zowie AM. Looks very promising.
If that one "fails" I'd look into the CM Xornet and SS Kana.
post #14 of 18
Artisan Hayate for the mouse pad.
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post #15 of 18
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Again an excellent answer smile.gif. I'm playing counter-strike source with m_rawinput 1 if that counts anything. The reason why I'm using 1800dpi is because everyone says that it's the best dpi for get the highest perfect control speed for DA 3.5G. Can you give me some formula for that calculation on resolutions and dpi or did you know that from experience? Maybe I should lower my dpi then because I'm using 1920 x 1080 resolution. About the Abyssus, I'm not going to buy that now that I know it has the same glossy sides. Also I'd rather buy a new mouse so I think I'm not going to buy mx300/500 either. So I'm left with Deathadder BE unless some1 knows good contender for it. Hopefully it will have better perfect control speed than 3.5G because in CSS game, when I put my crosshair onto some random corner and then I slide the mouse slowly from the right side to the left side and after that I make fast swipe back to right side and it doesn't end up in the same place.

The DA BE has the exact same perfect control speed because it has the exact same PCB/Sensor as the DA 3.5G, the only difference is the shell (which is much better biggrin.gif). Also you should find all the mouse formulas you'd ever need on phoon.us/mouse
    
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post #16 of 18
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Hmm, what about the buttons. I'd like to have mouse with "easier" buttons with in it. If i remember right, Logitech G5 had nice buttons.
post #17 of 18
I have a Deathadder and a G5 so I can tell you about that.

Personally I feel that the G5's left and right mouse buttons to be a little more tactile and responsive than the Deathadder's buttons which are a little bit more mushy. They're also a bit more quiet than the G5's buttons. The thumb button on my G5 is a less tactile and responsive than the Deathadder's buttons which require a little more force to actuate and are much more responsive.

Now the middle mouse button and mouse wheel itself, I much prefer the one on the Deathadder because it requires a lot less force to actuate and it isn't a complete pain to hit the middle button. My main problem with the G5's scroll wheel was that it would sometimes hit the side scrolling buttons, the actual scrolling itself is a lot more solid feeling than the Deathadder which seems to randomly scroll on its own sometimes.

The Deathadder is still a nice feeling mouse though, the buttons a lot more solid than my other Razer mouse, a Lachesis, which had ridiculously mushy side buttons and a set of very hard to press mouse buttons on the top.
post #18 of 18
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Well it would be nice that the left mouse button would be kinda loose or responsive like in g5. I play css and imo with deathadder it took more time to press the button down than with g5.
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