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is anyone still building kinzuadders?

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i'm a competitive gamer (CS:S) and looking for the perfect mouse. if anyone can help, i'm willing to pay nicely, and have a deathadder 3g voodoo edition already. i'll also pay for the kinzu, (a red v2 if that'll work, if not anything is fine), and shipping of course. is anyone up to it??
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oh yeah also does anyone know where a A4-Tech X710BH can be purchased in the US?
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questions i myself asked when i was a noobie on ocn
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Originally Posted by eosgreen View Post

questions i myself asked when i was a noobie on ocn

so give answers instead of just commenting... @OP... i have no idea... i personaly dont know anyone that has built them, and i have always had trouble getting any form of good optical sensor frown.gif
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the comment is an answer lol but yeh no one does them

no one knows about that mouse


we all all and i mean ALL asked these questions at some point if we cared about mice and performance of said mice
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Lol optical FTW. just feels so much better and natural than laser.
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Lol optical FTW. just feels so much better and natural than laser.

That's only because they had issues that affected the tracking negatively (like the acceleration in the ADNS-9500 of the Xai, G9x, G500, Sensei etc.) or they were crippled by the manufacturer, like Razer did with that Dynamic DPI Scaling on their Twin-Eye sensor mice.

A non-crippled Twin-Eye sensor will "feel" the same if not better because of its great consistency and precision, which current optical sensors can only match at up to 800 CPI. Of course I have to mention that using them on soft surfaces can make you pretty frustrated because of the jitter when you click the buttons and that they are susceptible to vibrations (subwoofer, desk fan etc.).
post #8 of 12
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ive seen numerous threads in these forums where people have built them-ive been lurking the forums for awhile. i'm just looking for someone who would like to build one and make some $$ at the same time.
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ive seen numerous threads in these forums where people have built them-ive been lurking the forums for awhile. i'm just looking for someone who would like to build one and make some $$ at the same time.

Might want to contact hella or thunda. They are the only two people I know who have built them. http://www.overclock.net/t/1106397/kinzuadder
    
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post #10 of 12
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hey, i appreciate it. i think im gonna stick with my zowie am now, after a small customization: http://www.overclock.net/t/1209676/just-a-heads-up-if-you-own-a-slippery-zowie-am

tongue.gif as sexy as a red kinzuadder would have been. thanks again!
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