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post #371 of 2197
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Originally Posted by joshvr View Post

So you put 2x0.6mm mouse feet on and it still tracked fine?

Thought the low lod would make it not track properly with mouse feet that thick.


Yeah man it tracks perfectly. The liftoff distance is just above two CDs with these feet installed.


#369
Neo is still a top tier player, and TaZ is really good at GO
Its not just ESC but no one has really came close to beating NiP on LAN yet.
post #372 of 2197
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

Yeah man it tracks perfectly. The liftoff distance is just above two CDs with these feet installed.

#369
Neo is still a top tier player, and TaZ is really good at GO
Its not just ESC but no one has really came close to beating NiP on LAN yet.

It is odd that the LOD is so high with feet that are about 1.2mm. Generally the Kingsis lens' LOD on black cloth should be 2-2.25mm, with the light filter on it can be lower. The AM LOD (on my pad) is around 2.1mm without the light filter and feet that are around 0.38mm.

Discs can range from 1.2mm to 1.25mm.

ESC did beat NiP on Train. That has to give them the confidence they are lacking.
post #373 of 2197
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Originally Posted by popups View Post

It is odd that the LOD is so high with feet that are about 1.2mm. Generally the Kingsis lens' LOD on black cloth should be 2-2.25mm, with the light filter on it can be lower. The AM LOD (on my pad) is around 2.1mm without the light filter and feet that are around 0.38mm.

Discs can range from 1.2mm to 1.25mm.

ESC did beat NiP on Train. That has to give them the confidence they are lacking.

I really wanna get this mouse. But it isn't available anywhere (that doesn't ask 13 euro's for shipping:| )..
I'll wait patiently until april and see who has it available at a decent price + shipping. Ordering from zowie directly is expensive as hell.

And NiP has been beaten before.......online that is. It's the LAN part that's important, and when it comes to that, no one comes even close to touching them.
Edited by scandalous - 3/16/13 at 2:08pm
post #374 of 2197
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Originally Posted by scandalous View Post

I really wanna get this mouse. But it isn't available anywhere (that doesn't ask 13 euro's for shipping:| )..
I'll wait patiently until april and see who has it available at a decent price + shipping. Ordering from zowie directly is expensive as hell.

And NiP has been beaten before.......online that is. It's the LAN part that's important, and when it comes to that, no one comes even close to touching them.

I'm waiting for a white version. I don't think that is coming any time soon. So I may just get a rubber version and do what I did to my DA BE.

NiP lost (legitimately) online to n!faculty and ESC Gaming. They "lost" to WRTT online, but they are hackers. Their other lost online was to a very suspect team going by SY_B, which lost their contract with Western Wolves because they couldn't perform at LAN. I say SY_B is suspect only because I didn't see that match, but from what I heard and saw later, that team also hacked online.
Edited by popups - 3/16/13 at 4:16pm
post #375 of 2197
edit: nevermind. 124 mm length will likely be too small.

Guys, is this mouse recommendable for a g400 palmgripper?
I really need my ring finger to be on the right mouse button / edge rather than on the side like the pinky.. is this possible with the FK?

Edited by jayfkay - 3/20/13 at 7:18pm
post #376 of 2197
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Originally Posted by jayfkay View Post

edit: nevermind. 124 mm length will likely be too small.

Guys, is this mouse recommendable for a g400 palmgripper?
I really need my ring finger to be on the right mouse button / edge rather than on the side like the pinky.. is this possible with the FK?

Why not just go for another g400? Or better yet, the newly announced g400s?
Edited by scandalous - 3/20/13 at 8:48pm
post #377 of 2197
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Originally Posted by zeflow View Post

Yeah man it tracks perfectly. The liftoff distance is just above two CDs with these feet installed.


#369
Neo is still a top tier player, and TaZ is really good at GO
Its not just ESC but no one has really came close to beating NiP on LAN yet.

Just wondering, what mice does the best team in CS:GO use?
post #378 of 2197
All of steelseries mices. 2 ikari 1 kinzu 1 xai 1 kana
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Win 7 64-Bit Ultimate BenQ XL2411Z 144Hz CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire Pro Mechanical Corsair TX750 
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post #379 of 2197
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Originally Posted by Harrywang View Post

Just wondering, what mice does the best team in CS:GO use?

http://www.nip-gaming.se/the-team/
post #380 of 2197
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Originally Posted by end0rphine View Post

http://www.nip-gaming.se/the-team/

You have to also take into account that they are sponsored by Steelseries. Other teams that have been sponsored by razer for example, and have been extremely successful with Razer equipment. Some Korean Starcraft 2 players have gone to tournaments with keyboards that people here think of as being the equivalent of a keyboard made out of cardboard (old rubber dome crap) and absolutely dominated.

I think what you need to take away from this is that even at the highest level of competitive gaming, there are different kinds of equipment that are all viable, as long as they pass some level of performance. Also, equipment is not the determining factor. You just need something that will not get in the way. The steelseries mice, the zowie mice in this topic, mice like the Deathadder and abyssus, G400 etc. all satisfy these requirements. This also explains the variation in mice that are used.

Btw the fnatic and SK gaming these guys also all seem to use mostly Steelseries, think Na'vi does as well. The ikari optical and the xai seem especially popular. The starcraft 2 players in team liquid, though less mouse dependent, use all sorts of things. From the Zowie Mico to the Razer Krait.
Edited by kazuyamishima - 3/21/13 at 2:56am
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