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Hello everyone. I currently have a Razer DeathAdder, but want to try a new mouse out, perhaps a G9x or a SteelSeries Sensei?

1. What's your grip style? I use the Claw Grip.

2. What's your sensitivity? Mouse sensitivity - 1800 DPI/1000Hz Polling; Game sensitivity - Default

3. What's your maximum budget? ~$100.

4. Do you want additional buttons? 2 Buttons on the side is all I need. More than 2 is fine as well.

5. What games do you play? Counter Strike: Source and Modern Warfare 3

6. Do you mind about prediction? I don't really know. I use a DeathAdder and I am not sure if it uses prediction or not.

7. Other relevant information: I am right handed and have average-sized hands (~19 cm from base to middle tip).

8. Mousepad? Steelseries 9HD

Based on that information, which mouse would you recommend?
Thanks for the help!
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razer abyssus sounds good for you. it has switches on the bottom for 1000hz and 1800 dpi without the need of any software. Lightweight and a great clawe shape.

older models did jitter, but i think those are out of production. I am pretty sure none ever had problems with hard pads such a steelseries 9HD that you got
post #4 of 20
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Thing is, I don't think it has 2 side buttons, unless I am mistaken. What about the Sensei or the G9x? Which do you think would suit me best?
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Thing is, I don't think it has 2 side buttons, unless I am mistaken. What about the Sensei or the G9x? Which do you think would suit me best?

Both have a sensor with a little inconsistency and acceleration, so not the best choice you can make, considering you already have a better DA.
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Both have a sensor with a little inconsistency and acceleration, so not the best choice you can make, considering you already have a better DA.

So the Sensei has a messed up sensor? Then what would you advise me do? I've heard the DeathAdder is not ideal for claw gripping and I would love to try a mouse that is.
post #7 of 20
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So the Sensei has a messed up sensor? Then what would you advise me do? I've heard the DeathAdder is not ideal for claw gripping and I would love to try a mouse that is.

It only has a single flaw, a small amount of inconsistent positive acceleration. If you ignore that flaw then the Sensei's sensor is the best around..... I just wish I could ignore it mad.gif.
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Originally Posted by Stealthbr View Post

So the Sensei has a messed up sensor? Then what would you advise me do? I've heard the DeathAdder is not ideal for claw gripping and I would love to try a mouse that is.

Yes... all the Avago 9500 mice have that. It's not much so it's pretty hard to notice anyway. But it will affect your aiming for sure.

Regarding the Deathadder... yeah I have it too and don't like the shape much. You could buy an Abyssus instead or build a KinzuAdder smile.gif
post #9 of 20
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So what mice or mouse would you say contain(s) the best sensor for a hard surface like the 9HD?
post #10 of 20
i'm a claw gripper too and i can claw grip an mx518 just fine. perhaps a g400?
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