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G400 3600 dpi
Traitement de l'image : 5,8 mégapixels/seconde
Accélération max: 25G*
Vitesse max : 27.5 à 177.79 cm/seconde*
DA BE 3500 dpi
Traitement de l'image : 5.8 megapixels/seconde, 6400 frames par seconde
Accélération max : 15 G d'accélération
Vitesse max : 177,79 à 355,5 cm par seconde / 70 à 140 pouces par seconde
DA 4G 2013 6 400 dpi
Traitement de l'image :
Accélération max : 50 G
Vitesse max : 507 cm par seconde / 199.60 pouces par seconde
Roccat Savu 4000 dpi
Traitement de l'image :
Accélération max: 20 G d'accélération
Vitesse max : 152 cm par seconde / 59.84 pouces par seconde
SteelSeries Sensei MLG Edition 8201 dpi
Traitement de l'image : 10.8 megapixels/seconde, 12 000 frames par seconde
Accélération max : 30 G d'accélération
Vitesse max : 381 cm par seconde / 150 pouces par seconde

Both my G400 and Roccat Savu have much higher max speeds than you posted there, both >4 m/s.
Also still: best tracking is the Savu.
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post #72 of 91
I still don't get what the OP wants. The mice listed, excluding Sensei, track so similarly that 99% of users probably wouldn't feel a difference. The remaining 1% should still be able to use all of them just fine. So at this point it's pretty much only the shape and other physical differences that matter.
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as long as a mouse has a good IPS no acceleration. prediction is based on your (preference) and you love the shape I say let your muscle memory do the work
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post #74 of 91
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The mice listed, excluding Sensei, track so similarly that 99% of users probably wouldn't feel a difference..
Even the great Logitech G9x (avago 9500) same sensor than Xai tongue.gif
post #75 of 91
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Both my G400 and Roccat Savu have much higher max speeds than you posted there, both >4 m/s.
Also still: best tracking is the Savu.

spoken like a true BOSS.
i wish they would make savu in gloss or hard plastic top.
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spoken like a true BOSS.
i wish they would make savu in gloss or hard plastic top.

Id rather take glossy or rubber sides. The texture plastic is pure junk.
I like the top coating, but the sides are garbage sadly, so slippery when using fingertip grip, making me use more force then required to control it = making hands cramp up abit.
I never sweet when using a mice. So glossy or rubber fits me best.
post #77 of 91
I've been on a lengthy mouse adventure for sometime now that might be of use to this thread. I own the Savu and I am insanely accurate with it, but it's ergonomics just aren't for me so I've been purchasing mice off and on for the last year trying to find a better fit. I think I'm a palm gripper, who has turned into a finger tip gripper because of the Savu's shape.

I always try to keep my in game sensitivity to about 9" for a 360 degree turn so that my aim is somewhat consistent between mice.

I've tried the DA 2013, the Naos 8200, and am currently trying the EVO EC2. The DA 2013 was simply too big for my hand. I couldn't get a good grip on it. The Naos 8200 fit my hand perfectly and I did reasonably good with it, but I just couldn't get over the fact that I knew there was some inherent acceleration going on. I also didn't like that the pad I bought for it (Ensis 320) scratched horribly after only a few days use. Part of me thinks if I'd never found OCD mouse threads like this, I could've been happy with it..

I am currently using the EVO EC2 white glossy and have only minor complaints. It fits my hand fairly well, but not perfectly. The glossy tends to accumulate a lot of little crud on it, which annoys me as I hate "sticky" mice. I've used it for a week straight @ the middle dpi step (1200) and for whatever reason I find I'm missing shots I'd make 100/100 times with the Savu. I don't know if it's a muscle memory issue or what. So while it is more "comfortable," so far I'm not more comfortable with it in terms of in game performance.

Which... takes me back to the Savu. There's just something about it that, even though I find it a bit awkward to grip, I do really, really well with it. Anecdotally, with the EC2 I've been accused of an aim bot only once. With the Savu, it was a near daily occurrence..

Just out of curiosity, what pads do you Savu users use? I've always used it on the Pure Trak talent, but bought the Artisan Hayate with the EC2 and will try it on that for a bit.


Side note, like Skylit, I'm left handed but have always moused right handed. I often wonder if making the switch, like he did, would be worth it in the long run.
post #78 of 91
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Id rather take glossy or rubber sides. The texture plastic is pure junk.
I like the top coating, but the sides are garbage sadly, so slippery when using fingertip grip, making me use more force then required to control it = making hands cramp up abit.
I never sweet when using a mice. So glossy or rubber fits me best.

I love the gloss top and rubber sides on my sensei raw.
I just don't like this rubber coating that most companies use on their mice nowadays I feel like its harder to clean and gets gunked up faster.
If my gloss gets gross I just wipe it with my t-shirt and keep going.
Probably going to get a savu regardless. It seems too good to not get. Good for claw grip and has an amazing sensor. Yes please.
I've seen pics of the sides of the savu getting worn down to a shine, tbh I'd prefer this to happen just because I like gloss/slick finishes so much.
post #79 of 91
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Originally Posted by jesyjames View Post

I've been on a lengthy mouse adventure for sometime now that might be of use to this thread. I own the Savu and I am insanely accurate with it, but it's ergonomics just aren't for me so I've been purchasing mice off and on for the last year trying to find a better fit. I think I'm a palm gripper, who has turned into a finger tip gripper because of the Savu's shape.

I always try to keep my in game sensitivity to about 9" for a 360 degree turn so that my aim is somewhat consistent between mice.

I've tried the DA 2013, the Naos 8200, and am currently trying the EVO EC2. The DA 2013 was simply too big for my hand. I couldn't get a good grip on it. The Naos 8200 fit my hand perfectly and I did reasonably good with it, but I just couldn't get over the fact that I knew there was some inherent acceleration going on. I also didn't like that the pad I bought for it (Ensis 320) scratched horribly after only a few days use. Part of me thinks if I'd never found OCD mouse threads like this, I could've been happy with it..

I am currently using the EVO EC2 white glossy and have only minor complaints. It fits my hand fairly well, but not perfectly. The glossy tends to accumulate a lot of little crud on it, which annoys me as I hate "sticky" mice. I've used it for a week straight @ the middle dpi step (1200) and for whatever reason I find I'm missing shots I'd make 100/100 times with the Savu. I don't know if it's a muscle memory issue or what. So while it is more "comfortable," so far I'm not more comfortable with it in terms of in game performance.

Which... takes me back to the Savu. There's just something about it that, even though I find it a bit awkward to grip, I do really, really well with it. Anecdotally, with the EC2 I've been accused of an aim bot only once. With the Savu, it was a near daily occurrence..

Just out of curiosity, what pads do you Savu users use? I've always used it on the Pure Trak talent, but bought the Artisan Hayate with the EC2 and will try it on that for a bit.


Side note, like Skylit, I'm left handed but have always moused right handed. I often wonder if making the switch, like he did, would be worth it in the long run.

I use the Steelseries NP+ with it, best pad I found. Much rougher than talent though. And we seem to be in the same boat with the Savu. The shape has become ok for me (DA was much better for me) but the sensor feels just so nice that I find it hard to use any other mouse at all...
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post #80 of 91
I'm interested, does Savu feel noticeably different to Zowie mice if you use them at their natural DPI setting (2300)?
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