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[Urgent advice] What is the most slippery clothpad in the market for my deathadder 2013

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This is my new deathadder I received yesterday morning to replace my little RX250 which made ​​my good and faithful service for over 3 years of heavy use and harsh in fps.


I find my clothpad raptor-gaming does not slip enough I look the more slippery clothpad in the market for my DA, whatever it may have no friction smile.gif

I hesitate between :

- GT-F Speed

- Goliathus Speed

- Qck+

Are there other more slippery and fast ?
post #2 of 14
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I find the deathadder very large and heavy to move so I need a clothpad as quickly and sliding as possible.

Thx tongue.gif
post #3 of 14
Goliathus speed is a very good and cheap choice, go for it smile.gif
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Out of your choices I would guess the zowie GT-F speed would be the fastest. You can also look at the Thermaltake Ladon, it has a pretty fast glide but my G400 didn't track very well on it so it got returned. Your Deathadder might be fine on it, you would have to test it.
Edited by Derp - 5/31/13 at 4:56am
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I've had two Deathadders and both had their own QcK pads, one was in my backpack with my laptop and the other at my rig's desk. I've since retired the DA at home for a Corsair M60 but I'm still using the QcK.

For the money they're great. I liked the surface more than the more expensive Razer Goliathus Speed, that pad was given to my cousin.
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Is the Puretrack Talent is more slipper than GTF Speed ??

There are the huge goliathus extended XL which is perfect for very long and fast moving but don't know the feeling of gliding compared to the Talent and the GTF Speed...

For the moment I am hugely disappointed with the ergonomics of the Deathadder it makes me loose my games compared to RX250 8 euros as crazy as it sounds sadsmiley.gif

I have little girly hands and i'm claw grip and fingertips grip user. I hate big mouse like the Deathadder but my ex Imperator was bigger and feels worst than my new DA.

Conclusion : the Logitech RX250 feels still the best for me by far thumb.gif

I almost want to order me a logitech g100 (same shape than my RX250 with best sensor) biggrin.gif

Ergonomics is the most important thing in the precision of a mouse for games that demand fast and ultra-precise mouse movement like fps.

Ergonomics is 99% of accuracy skills in game thumb.gif

A simple sensor with a high-end rugs enough to become the best smile.gif

the mousepad is very important I use with my 9 hd RX250 without skating and it feels like use my RX250 with a better, more accurate and responsive sensor than original it feels more precise than the deathadder 2013 sensor (without driver activated) imo.



I also ordered a g400 on amazon for my brother, but it does not work I plugged it on my pc and his laptop but the cursor does not move only the buttons work it's really surprising given the reputation of logitech for reliability mad.gif

I also ordered a steelseries 6Gv2 and I was surprised to see no ps2 just an usb port without gold with a simple purple ps2 adaptator ...

I don't know if the gold-plated connector ps2 7g give a real advantage in latency level in any case I find the exeptional level conford striking write much less in games but I must say that I'm not familiar but I the keys hard enough strength compared to a conventional keyboard old worn.
Edited by Frenchy - 5/31/13 at 8:46am
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Bump ! smile.gif
post #8 of 14
Without a doubt it's the Artisan Shiden-Kai Mid.

It's a cloth pad with glass fibers, and it's absolutely the best pad I've ever used. Less friction than most hard pads I've used.

Second, for me, would be the Xtrac Hybrid. That's a cloth pad with some kind of plastic soaked into it. If you want a more oily feel (odd but accurate description), I'd recommend it.
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Without a doubt it's the Artisan Shiden-Kai Mid.

Is the Hayate is more slippery than the shiden kai ?

would be possible to give me a comparison chart of all clothpads in descending order from most to least slippery slippery?

I am sensitive low I need a lot of space and a perfect sliding to make 360 degrees and kill enemies who would shoot me in the back redface.gif

I love the large size of goliathus extended level but slides gtf-speed surpass the widely.
Edited by Frenchy - 6/1/13 at 4:46am
post #10 of 14
I would advice the Qck Heavy to go with the DeathAdder, but you're apparently not a really low sens kind of player, the Goliathus would be a good option IMO.
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