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Ok. How about the color of the mousepad? I'm reading that darker/lighter colors have some effect on the performance of the mouse?
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Why so?

I have a Savu and the max speed barely reaches 2 m/s on the QCK.
    
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I have a Savu and the max speed barely reaches 2 m/s on the QCK.

Got 2.89m/s on qck+ fnatic, for reference I get abit over 3m/s on goliathus speed.

800dpi 1000hz.

More then enough for me, never reach those speeds.
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Got 2.89m/s on qck+ fnatic, for reference I get abit over 3m/s on goliathus speed.

800dpi 1000hz.

More then enough for me, never reach those speeds.

Still that's pretty bad, I got more than 4 m/s on other pads, like the NP+ which sadly is not manufactured anymore.
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post #16 of 43
I dont have the savu laying arround anymore but as far as know I never had any problems using the qck+ or the qck with the tyloon logo.
Never hit the max speed and my sense is low 69 cm for a 360.
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Ok. What is the difference between the Qck+ and Qck?
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Ok. What is the difference between the Qck+ and Qck?

Size. The QcK+ being the largest, and the QcK is medium. There's also a QcK mini which is the smallest.

As for thickness, the QcK+ XXL(Black) is the thinnest, then the QcK+ Team Editons( SK, Fnatic) and then the QcK Mass and Heavy being the thickest. Do note that the team edition QcK's are bit different than the vanilla QcK's. They are a bit slicker(feels smoother) and comes in different colors(might affect LOD for some mice).
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Size. The QcK+ being the largest, and the QcK is medium. There's also a QcK mini which is the smallest.

As for thickness, the QcK+ XXL(Black) is the thinnest, then the QcK+ Team Editons( SK, Fnatic) and then the QcK Mass and Heavy being the thickest. Do note that the team edition QcK's are bit different than the vanilla QcK's. They are a bit slicker(feels smoother) and comes in different colors(might affect LOD for some mice).

Ok. How do you compare the Qck vs. the Taito?
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Ok. How do you compare the Qck vs. the Taito?

I never owned a Taito myself, so can't compare them directly. But to give you an idea, it should a bit slicker than the QcK's. QcK's after some wear becomes very slow.
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