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check out my roccat kova review in my sig. was a pretty good mouse, but i sold it and replaced with an abyssus.

Will do, I'll check it out now. I've looked at the abyssus a couple times today and honestly I think its perfect for my grip style, but the fact that it doesnt have JUST ONE additional button kills me. I'm not the type of person who need like 12 programmable buttons, but when I use ventrilo push to talk I like having a button on the mouse so I dont have to hold down a key on the keyboard while I'm in game, know what I'm saying?
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check out my roccat kova review in my sig. was a pretty good mouse, but i sold it and replaced with an abyssus.

Ok so I just read your review, but now I'm confused. That was generally a quite positive review and I got the impression that you like it and it was good for claw/fingertip grips. So why did you sell it and get an abyssus if you liked it?

Also, I'm a little confused on the "non-programmable side buttons". I understand it doesn't come with driver software, so how do you program them?
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Something to be aware of with the G9x, it uses the Avago 9500 which has acceleration, and on certain pads it has inconsistent acceleration.

The accel is so slight taht does not affect the aim at all, even if it has a bad feeling. it's like cl_mouseaccel 0.01 on 400 dpi.
Remember, the best rail in quake, k1llsen, uses a g9 and the best shaft, strenx, uses a kinzu (horrific sensor with preditction and huge accel) so the importance of the sensor in a mouse isnt comparable to the shape factor.
When i choose a mouse for me it's 80% shape/quality and 20% sensor judge.
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post #14 of 20
i only use razer mice, and fingertip grip, "claw"

ive used copperhead and death adder and they seem to work out fine enough
post #15 of 20
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Although I use claw grip I think the reason I'm usually ok with typical razer mice is because I have fairly long fingers, so I don't need the mouse to be very short for a claw grip to work.
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Something to be aware of with the G9x, it uses the Avago 9500 which has acceleration, and on certain pads it has inconsistent acceleration.

The accel is so slight taht does not affect the aim at all, even if it has a bad feeling. it's like cl_mouseaccel 0.01 on 400 dpi.
Remember, the best rail in quake, k1llsen, uses a g9 and the best shaft, strenx, uses a kinzu (horrific sensor with preditction and huge accel) so the importance of the sensor in a mouse isnt comparable to the shape factor.
When i choose a mouse for me it's 80% shape/quality and 20% sensor judge.

The G9 doesn't use the same sensor as the G9x, the G9 does not have any acceleration. While agree that mouse shape is extremely important, I think it's also important to look at the mice with a better sensor that may be available if the shape also fits your hand. I brought the issue up so the OP can see if there are other mice that would be comfortable for him to use, but have better sensor performance. I think Strenx is about the only person to ever successfully use the Kinzu, a show of his great skill.
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Ok so I just read your review, but now I'm confused. That was generally a quite positive review and I got the impression that you like it and it was good for claw/fingertip grips. So why did you sell it and get an abyssus if you liked it?
Also, I'm a little confused on the "non-programmable side buttons". I understand it doesn't come with driver software, so how do you program them?

the newer roccat kova+ can be programmed so you can assign anything to the side buttons now. i didnt sell the kova just to get an abyssus, i grabbed an abyssus while i still had my kova, and i ended up liking the abyssus' feel better than the kova's. but still, the kova has a very very good shape and feel for fingertip/claw grip.
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post #18 of 20
The G9x has the best click in any mouse I ever tried (Omron D2FC-F-7N 10m) and great for fingertip grip if you take off the grips (similar to MiCo grip, larger than asian salmosa).

Its a little on the heavy side (the wheel mechanism is quite heavy) if your used to the salmosa and the scroll wheel sucks (stiff clicks) and rattles (side clicks on the scroll wheel)

Minor flaws in the sensor which can be minimized on higher dpi settings and hard pads.

Solid flat base that doesn't tilt like the abyssus or salmosa
post #19 of 20
I use the Lachesis with the claw grip and I find it comfortable for me. The only problem I have it is kind of awkward to use the right buttons with my pinky, but every mouse ive had had that problem.
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a4tech x760h, great for fingertip, 2 side buttons...
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