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QcK Heavy vs Red Hien (Mid) CS GO

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Hi I'm just wondering what other people think, I've got both, my QcK Heavy feels a little worn down but still in good condition I just got this Red Hien its (mid) I'm starting to think maybe I should of got soft or ve only because I'm wondering if maybe this mousepad is to sensitive for intricate movements in a game like CS GO, is the Hien designed for FPS gaming and if so what do you think? I like both I just can't decide because of my doubts of how sensitive my Rival glides on it.
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Hi I'm just wondering what other people think, I've got both, my QcK Heavy feels a little worn down but still in good condition I just got this Red Hien its (mid) I'm starting to think maybe I should of got soft or ve only because I'm wondering if maybe this mousepad is to sensitive for intricate movements in a game like CS GO, is the Hien designed for FPS gaming and if so what do you think? I like both I just can't decide because of my doubts of how sensitive my Rival glides on it.

Just use what you're comfortable with. From pictures and descriptions about Hien the closest thing I have tried is Zowie G-TF. I prefer the smooth feeling of QcK Heavy over the more rough G-TF.
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I'm using a super light mouse and mid Hien in CS:GO. I have absolutely no trouble with my accuracy, and less friction makes for better flick shots anyway.

I also own the soft version which is similar to puretrak I suppose. both are great and I switch between them when one is dirty and frankly my aim remains great.

perhaps you need to spend some hours in DM getting used to this hien. thumb.gif
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