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post #91 of 705
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Originally Posted by kaingosu View Post

Told you the mouse is imba biggrin.gif
I use the cycle option, but you can choose between how many CPI steps to cycle. You can eliminate the ones you don't want and then it pretty much works like EC/AM.

Works great, feels great. My adaptation time was like 10 minutes overall - but then again I must count I've played with an insane number of mice on official wars already, so while this must be crazy for most people, it's quite common on me.

I just use the lowest CPI available on the mouse, be it 400 or 450 CPI, so I'm lost in why would anyone ever want to switch CPI (although I admit it might be useful to some people) - I'm running around with all weapons on the same sensitivity, even sniper rifles, and hitting and killing the same, it might be I'm far too used to it, but it's consistent.
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr View Post

I don't like that CPI changing method, simply prefer a dedicated CPI button allthough I don't use it much anyway.
Btw, can you only assign "CPI cycle" or also switching between 2 specific values?
@skar
tripple post ftw biggrin.gif
Allthough the basic statement is correct in the case of the Savu that would invert the y-axis. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Skar View Post

It is the typical ROCCAT "DPI switcher" function.
You can control which of the 4 dpi values are part of the cycle by de/selecting the checkbox.
So 1, 2, 3 or 4 values can be selected. Obviously, selecting only one value does not enable any switching.
For button assignment you can chose between 3 options: dpi up, dpi down and dpi cycle.
Best for switching between 2 values is "dpi cycle". "dpi up" will not jump from highest value to lowest and "dpi down" behaves similar on the other end of the scale.
...well, never got used to this "multiquote" function smile.gif.

For sanity reasons, a short guide on how to use multi-quote :

On a same forum thread, just click on "Multi" on the posts you want to quote. Once you're ready to write an answer to all of those, scroll down to the last reply on the page and click on "Post a Reply".

Tadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

All the quotes are going to be on the reply text area correctly formatted.
post #92 of 705
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Originally Posted by DeMS View Post

For sanity reasons, a short guide on how to use multi-quote :
On a same forum thread, just click on "Multi" on the posts you want to quote. Once you're ready to write an answer to all of those, scroll down to the last reply on the page and click on "Post a Reply".
Tadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
All the quotes are going to be on the reply text area correctly formatted.

troll bait. wink.gif
post #93 of 705
Picked up this mouse. Easily the best mouse I've ever used. I've used the G400, Deathadder, Xai and my most used mouse was the IE 3.0. This mouse is extremely lightweight, tracks perfectly and is very easy to maintain grip. Scroll wheel is fantastic and the buttons have nice clicks.This is the first mouse since the 3.0 that will be a keeper.
post #94 of 705
I also picked up this mouse yesterday, what a great mouse.
The grip on the sides is amazing, like on g9x-narrow-shell...
Lod is not that high on puretrak talent pad, I like it
post #95 of 705
Mouse was on "Sale" at homestory cup for 50 Euros with Mousepad and Cap. Of course Roccat is dumb enough not to have an option for North American buyers even though a great deal of SC 2 fans are here. Silly Roccat.
post #96 of 705
its a specially palmgriper mouse ?
post #97 of 705
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

its a specially palmgriper mouse ?

You can palm it if you don't have big~huge hands (it's not a large mouse), you can definately claw it and you can even "paw" it. Not too sure on how possible it is to fingertip it well, but if you grab it from behind (alas don't expect to grip it at the front), it should be doable also.
post #98 of 705
Is the rubber quality good or it's easy to dirt ( fingerprints and dust ) or easy to consume ( abrasions ) ?

Is Razer surface to be better ?
post #99 of 705
The quality of the rubber is very high. I think its of a higher quality than even the black edition Razer deathadder. Now the sides are very rough. Similiar to holding sand paper. I imagine it will get smoother in time but never a smooth surface.

I feel like it would not acquire much dirt on the unit. The most I think dirt wise would be oils on a rubber surface. That depends on the oils from your hand.

I prefer this surface over the razer deathadders.
post #100 of 705
Yes high quality, high convenience............................... but is it much easy to consuming than razer surface ?
And tends to attract the dust ?
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