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Hey people from OCN im kinda new to OCN but i already love it. What im searching for is a (gaming mouse) with 3 thumb buttons and a really good sensor. Mice i looked into were the Cm storm reaper, Perixx mx200II, Anker 5000 ,func ms-3. So things that im searching for are: 3 thumb buttons, rubberzied finish, amazing perfromance (something like the zowie ec evo), braided cord is always nice, i dont need "on the fly"dpi switching (i never use it while i am in game), low click distance, a comfortable design, a clickable mousewheel, i have medium sized hands so not to big and as last i live in europe. Already thanks for your time.
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Hey people from OCN im kinda new to OCN but i already love it. What im searching for is a (gaming mouse) with 3 thumb buttons and a really good sensor. Mice i looked into were the Cm storm reaper, Perixx mx200II, Anker 5000 ,func ms-3. So things that im searching for are: 3 thumb buttons, rubberzied finish, amazing perfromance (something like the zowie ec evo), braided cord is always nice, i dont need "on the fly"dpi switching (i never use it while i am in game), low click distance, a comfortable design, a clickable mousewheel, i have medium sized hands so not to big and as last i live in europe. Already thanks for your time.

None of the mice you mentioned there have a "really good sensor" since they are all VSCEL laser sensor equipped. Take a look at the Logitech G602.
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Cm storm havok. Has literally everthing u mentioned. I upgraded to one from the inferno and love it
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None of the mice you mentioned there have a "really good sensor" since they are all VSCEL laser sensor equipped. Take a look at the Logitech G602.
^This, or the new G502.
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Cm storm havok. Has literally everthing u mentioned. I upgraded to one from the inferno and love it

Nope. 8200 CPI laser. Trash sensor.
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G502. Good stuff coming from Logitech.
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Well a friend of mine has the g502 and im not really fond of it. Overall i dont like logitech and razer that much.... Soo other suggestions
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Well a friend of mine has the g502 and im not really fond of it. Overall i dont like logitech and razer that much.... Soo other suggestions

You're really thinning the herd, man... There aren't any solid optical mice that have 3 thumb buttons if you don't like the G502. You could look at something like the M65 from corsair. It has two buttons and a programmable sniper button. Unfortunately, it's also using an ADNS9500 sensor, it's an okay laser sensor with a nice PCS but random acceleration. Other than that, I guess you could look at something like the RAT7. It has 3 side buttons counting a sniper button, but it also has my most hated sensor of all time in it.
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You're really thinning the herd, man... There aren't any solid optical mice that have 3 thumb buttons if you don't like the G502. You could look at something like the M65 from corsair. It has two buttons and a programmable sniper button. Unfortunately, it's also using an ADNS9500 sensor, it's an okay laser sensor with a nice PCS but random acceleration. Other than that, I guess you could look at something like the RAT7. It has 3 side buttons counting a sniper button, but it also has my most hated sensor of all time in it.
well i think the idea of a "sniper button is pretty useless because i will probably never use it. Well what are good picks for mice with a bit less better sensor. The mouse that im leaning forward to is the cm storm reaper
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well i think the idea of a "sniper button is pretty useless because i will probably never use it. Well what are good picks for mice with a bit less better sensor. The mouse that im leaning forward to is the cm storm reaper

The sniper button is really nothing more than another button. It looks just like the Reaper's third button. As far as sensors go. You have ruled out everything but the 9500/9800 mice. The Reaper is a 9800 mouse. This may or may not mean much to you, as it really depends on how sensitive you are to random acceleration. The 9500/9800 biggest flaw is the random acceleration. No matter what you do, how slow you move, or how hard you try, the cursor will never end up in the same spot on each swipe. It has unpredictable acceleration/deceleration of ~5%.

I have a CM Storm Sentinel II which was the first 9800 mouse I bought and it had the launch firmware that caused the cursor to "float". When you moved your mouse quickly in any direction and lifted the mouse, the cursor would actually keep going for a while. I hope they've corrected this by now, but it really soured me on the sensor.
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