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read my post maybe? or just get a g400 already if the absence of lights is so important to you.
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Wheel Mouse Optical 1.1a... best mouse for older games like Quake and CS on a low-medium sensitivity as it is meant to be played.

Also I recommend the Comfort Mouse 6000... the BlueTrack technology is very smooth and precise and it has 1000 DPI. Has slight prediction but it won't make or break your game.
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dpi doesnt determine how good a mouse is
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Zowie EC1 eVo, Razer DeathAdder or Logitech G400. They all have predictionless, flawlessly tracking sensors and are all decently sized.
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