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post #41 of 144
Raiden Mid
The best Artisan pad
post #42 of 144
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Originally Posted by Aquatarkus View Post

Raiden Mid
The best Artisan pad

That's strange. I don't have a Raiden (Have a Hein and a Hayate), so I looked it up. It says it's not recommended for optical sensors. I wonder what that's all about?
post #43 of 144
I'm currently using ADNS-9800 Kone Pure, and haven't found any problems.
But I don't know when using opticals.
post #44 of 144
Qck heavy. It's black, simple and delivers great performance. Sometimes I switch to 4hd.
post #45 of 144
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SteelSeries 9HD
Reason? As the review of CNET mentioned: "The 9HD is an excellent product that deserves a place on any gamer's desk."

I've bought SS Qck+ Fnatic Asphalt, so I'm currently using it, maybe will switch back to 9HD after few days biggrin.gif
post #46 of 144
QCK Heavy.

Clothpad.
Smooth surface. Mice do not glide like on ice so i have control using lowsens.
Big. (sweet for lowsens)
Black. Works like with every optical sensor.
6mm: Comfy, doesn't wave up during fast swipes, even surface / comfy due to the thickness.
Doesn't move during fastest swipes.

Buying it every year, it's awsome.

..and ye, the Talent is an ugly piece of a mousepad. Awsome however.
Edited by Amperial - 4/12/14 at 3:42am
post #47 of 144
Artisan Hien Ve

-low static friction
-good stopping
-doesn't get sticky with sweaty hands (like the talent)
-perfectly flat (unlike the talent)
-not too thick, not too thin (a bit less than declared, but I find it a good thing)
-42cm wide
-no custom duties in Italy

I suggest using this pad with large mouse feet, I use a G400 with Hyperglides.
Edited by the1freeMan - 4/12/14 at 4:09am
post #48 of 144
QCK Heavy. Use to love the Talent but prefer the control and feel on the QCK heavy. Great size for my Med-Low sens of 60cm/360
post #49 of 144
Steelseries 4HD with Sensei RAW

Low static friction, good tracking and amazingly easy to clean, not that it needs cleaning. My only complaint is that it's too small for my liking and the 9HD costs twice as much for 12% more area.
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post #50 of 144
Currently using my puretrak talent but I switch all the time. I own so many pads. I have a QCK heavy, Talent, and CM Power RX are the three I currently switch between the most as of right now. I always find myself going back to the talent though. I think honestly I play the best on the CM pad for some odd reason though, don't ask me why but my shots in CSGO always seem perfect when i'm using the CM pad. I am also low sense I play with 1 sense on CSGO @800CPI/DPI on my CM Recon mouse using the Avago 3090. However I just ordered that new Mionix Avior 7000 after seeing a couple of you guys talking about it. It should be here either tomorrow or wednesday.
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