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post #1771 of 1857
I had to register because of the people talking trash about A4tech. Unbelievable...

That Bloody A91 and their Bloody V5M of theirs are true legends. Remove that ridiculous extra weight both have inside, set the dpi to 500 or less and both mice are better than all the legendary mice I have in my collection... and I have or had basically all the legends out there.

I was gaming since before there were even mice around. Back then we played the original Wolfenstein and Doom with keyboards/trackballs. I was one of the best in the world at multiple known first person shooters and during the decades I've tried basically all mice out there.

Personally I gave up buying expensive gaming mice after all my mice had dead OMRON switches in less than 3 months. Some like my KPM lasted two weeks. That's when I turned into A4tech. Better decision I did in my life...eur20 and these things never ever die. My V7M was literally thrown at walls with all my strength, slammed against my old mouse pad (fUnc 1030) multiple times with all my strength, ruined the mouse pad completely yet that V7M is still alive and kicking it!!!! LOL try one fifth of that with your eur/usd 80 plus mice and see what happens. Just try it. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

These things are a beast. Best price/performance of all time.

You know all those "legendary" CS players you like so much? I had one pay me a visit last week, an old friend of mine who plays CS since the very first version. He visits me right when I was testing my Bloody A91. I open up Doom in Ultra Nightmare, select the last and most difficult level and I start playing. His face said it all: the guy never saw anyone play like that in his life. He couldn't keep up with my speed at all. He would see me surrounded by 10 or more enemies and in seconds everyone was dead and he couldn't even figure out how I did it, such is the speed and intensity that I play with (especially with this mouse that has the sensor more upfront so I can use advanced hybrid grips)... I mean, I could go on trying to describe his reaction but it's useless. I just know that when I finished it he looked at me and said: 'Holy mother of God... Are you even human?' ROTFL

Moral of the story: A4tech rules and CS players think they are aim Gods until they play a game that is not in slow motion. smile.gif Just joking CS players. CS:GO is too slow for me but it is actually a cool game. wink.gif

Anyway, A4tech comes highly recommended. Never did a single thing with the 3310 or 3360/6 that I couldn't do with their cheap sensor, nothing at all except the lift off distance. Go for it but remember, remove the weight inside and keep dpi at 500 or less. wink.gif

Take care
post #1772 of 1857
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I had to register because of the people talking trash about A4tech. Unbelievable...

Take care

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post #1773 of 1857
Btw, I feel like that was more about your ability to play games and your history with them rather than about how good or bad A4tech's mice are.

And Logitech's mice are incredibly durable... :/
    
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post #1774 of 1857
hes sanic the hadgehorg its nothing personell kid

And now back to the real world
post #1775 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Avalar View Post

Btw, I feel like that was more about your ability to play games and your history with them rather than about how good or bad A4tech's mice are.

And Logitech's mice are incredibly durable... :/

The history was just so you wouldn't think I was some random kid that just decided to post random stuff. Just to tell that from my vast experience and almost 30 years in aiming practicing I can make a correct judgment about how a mouse behaves in real world. I'm way past that ego crap at my age, just a realist, seriously. And a little joke about CS like the good ol' days. CS and Quake were adversaries back then, at least around here. We called it Camper Strike. It was all in good fun though. wink.gif

The major problem with Logitech or other expensive mice are omron switches. I swear to you, every mouse I've ever had with omron switches had one switch dead in less than 3 months. :/ That was mostly their problem, other stuff was ok.

Want to test those omron switches for real? Lay your arm in the table, pick your mouse up with your fingers/hand like you would normally. Now, while keeping your arm on the table raise the mouse with your fingers/hand and only with the power of your fingers/hand slam it quickly against the mouse mat. This simulates situations in high stress environments like competition, poker wins/losses, etc where we, for a split second, get tilted and do something involuntary, specially if you don't like to lose, it just happens. I guarantee you, I can kill every omron switch in less than 30 seconds with just a few tries. That doesn't happen with cheaper brands like A4tech. I'm sure someone somewhere will find a dud or some problem but so far they have been the most durable of all mice I have. And their metal feet along with the metal mouse mat Corsair MM600 is just epic. Couldn't be this fast and precise without this combo. Hope to god more brands come out with metal feet. Amazing for hard mouse mats, specially metal. wink.gif
post #1776 of 1857
coefficient of friction
...
PTFE is nearly 0.02 - 0.04 ...
metal never reached that !
poor build quality mice and heavy build or added extra weight ... , also unprecise switches didn't helped wink.gif
and it's wayne if U are a "God" in ur opinion with this mice , that just doesn't matter ...
btw SoF2 FTW
post #1777 of 1857

 

 

Breaking mechanical Switches, how strong and manly.

post #1778 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Asuhra View Post

I'm way past that ego crap at my age, just a realist, seriously.

Who is this guy? This would've been the perfect post 18 days ago
post #1779 of 1857
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Originally Posted by Asuhra View Post

I had to register because of the people talking trash about A4tech. Unbelievable...
kthxbye
Their only worthy stuff were the first series X-710BF and X-718BK with the 3060 and 3080 sensors and those came out like 10 years ago or so. Every other stuff they made is trash. It's just useless to argue over it.
post #1780 of 1857
Lol 40 year old guy is so riled up about facebook he needs to claim he's not on it in his avatar?
Give me a break.
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