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post #1961 of 2197
Has anyone bought aftermarket sleek skates for the FK? I would love something like Hyperglides.
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post #1962 of 2197
My FK that I use with a Func XL does not work on my QCK Heavy. The mouse will stop tracking and lag on it. It may be because in order to get the mouse body not to rub on my Func XL I put the replacement feet over the stock feet.
post #1963 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Makav3li View Post

My FK that I use with a Func XL does not work on my QCK Heavy. The mouse will stop tracking and lag on it. It may be because in order to get the mouse body not to rub on my Func XL I put the replacement feet over the stock feet.

That is probably the cause, LOD is super low on Qck with mine too. But it works flawlessly with just the normal skates.
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post #1964 of 2197
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Originally Posted by lakair View Post

I use Kinzu v2 for quakelive and Zowie FK for cs:go. Both are excellent mice, the FK is longer, a bit heavier and the smoother shape of it's sides is less grippy. The width and height of the mice is very similar.

so its recommended to get the FK?? how much do you think the click bottons will wore off? my kinzy left click is sticky after just 1year of use.
post #1965 of 2197
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so its recommended to get the FK?? how much do you think the click bottons will wore off? my kinzy left click is sticky after just 1year of use.

umm... I bought three spare kinzu v2 mice because I find them perfect for quakelive, I would not use the FK for this game, for me the lightness, shorter shape and extra grip of the kinzu is just too good. In CS:GO however I find it much easier to headshot with the FK, it slides so nicely and the weight and size feel perfect to me in that game.

If you really like Kinzu v2 buy another one.
post #1966 of 2197
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Originally Posted by boOzy View Post

So i just ordered the FK 2014 after my Abyssus finally started to break down. I've been quite happy using it with claw grip. Have to say i'm little bit nervous after reading all the random posts like it not working with QCK Heavy and so on. All i want is solid 450 and 500Hz.

Ok to answer myself after deathmatching with the FK for a few hours. My worries were pointless it seems. I already love everything about this mouse. The shape is amazing for my grip. I think the clicks are best i've ever tried, so precise compared to Razer's mushy clicks. Logitech has weird ones too where tapping in CS is very hard for some reason. Tracking seems flawless at 450 dpi and 500Hz (All i tested and will need anyway) Coating is huge improvement over Abyssus's glossy sides. What more can i say. I instantly fell in love with this one. Just for preference, i have played fps games almost exclusively from 2003. Some mice i have owned: Deathadder 3G (the first good one), MX518, G400 V2, Xai, Abyssus, G9x. I think this one takes the n.1 spot easily for years to come thumb.gif
post #1967 of 2197
I've been using 2300 dpi and 0.5 sensitivity in CS:GO with raw input enabled. I chose 2300 dpi because of all the claims on here relating to it being the only native dpi step and that there "may be" something wrong with the implementation of the other steps.

An acquaintance of mine keeps telling me I should switch to 1150 dpi and 1.0 sensitivity in CS:GO and let the mouse hardware drop half the counts rather then rely on the game software to do so. He also says that 2300 dpi has jitter that is worse for my aim than the 1150 dpi step and doesn't lend any credence to the supposed "latency" claims made here. Any truth to what he is saying?

TLDR: Should I change from 2300 dpi 0.5 Sensitivity in CS:GO to 1150 dpi and 1.0 Sensitivity?
post #1968 of 2197
Just go for the settings you're the most comfortable with.

I have been using the two settings you described in cs: go and other games. I can't feel any jitter at 2300 dpi nor the latency at 1150 dpi IG even if some advanced tests can prove both exist.

I have a preference for 1150 dpi /1.0 sensitivy in cs go / raw input / 6/11 in windows though. But it's more a "feeling" and personal thing, nothing related to the issues you describe.
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post #1969 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Makav3li View Post

I've been using 2300 dpi and 0.5 sensitivity in CS:GO with raw input enabled. I chose 2300 dpi because of all the claims on here relating to it being the only native dpi step and that there "may be" something wrong with the implementation of the other steps.

An acquaintance of mine keeps telling me I should switch to 1150 dpi and 1.0 sensitivity in CS:GO and let the mouse hardware drop half the counts rather then rely on the game software to do so. He also says that 2300 dpi has jitter that is worse for my aim than the 1150 dpi step and doesn't lend any credence to the supposed "latency" claims made here. Any truth to what he is saying?

TLDR: Should I change from 2300 dpi 0.5 Sensitivity in CS:GO to 1150 dpi and 1.0 Sensitivity?

The game doesn't drop counts, just translates them to less distance. You can open up MS paint and use the pencil tool to get a good idea whether you're getting jitter or not. If there's no jitter for you at 2300 it just comes down to which combination feels right to you. Theoretically native DPI is best but it's not a big difference.
post #1970 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Makav3li View Post

My FK that I use with a Func XL does not work on my QCK Heavy. The mouse will stop tracking and lag on it. It may be because in order to get the mouse body not to rub on my Func XL I put the replacement feet over the stock feet.

Yeah... You can't do that, man. The Zowie lift off distance is already barely there on a black pad. Adding even the slightest lift to it will cause it either to skip or just outright not read at all.
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