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In my experience with hard mats they didn't really improve me or hurt me but I definitely found myself needing more force to get the mouse to stop and prevent my aim from being floaty due to so much lack of friction. It just depends.
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post #872 of 1517
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Originally Posted by Blashyrkh View Post

if you ask me, saying that this mouse is not precise enough is BS.at least for my playstyle, it is the same of the g502.

just to let understand how i play, this is a little movie i made while playing with g502+mm600:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZx91y-Ez_Y

after that,I bought the qck+ and the g402 some weeks ago. after many hours of testing this combo, I felt the mouse to be quite precise, but not able anymore to make those fast flickshots...something was wrong.
obviusly it was a mousepad problem. i switched to the mm600 with the g402...and it was headshotkilling again.

unluckily my playstyle suffers when i use those slow clothpads. too bad there aren't hardpads of the same size of the qck+...
but honestly i feel that the g402 sensor is top notch


TBH, and don't take this personally, I don't see any impressive skills/kills there. rolleyes.gif But maybe that's just me. thumb.gif
post #873 of 1517
honestly,
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Originally Posted by detto87 View Post

TBH, and don't take this personally, I don't see any impressive skills/kills there. rolleyes.gif But maybe that's just me. thumb.gif

honestly, i am no pro and it's just to show my playstyle.
i'm eager to see some of your vids to see your skills/kills and learn something
Edited by Blashyrkh - 10/19/14 at 10:49pm
post #874 of 1517
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

In my experience with hard mats they didn't really improve me or hurt me but I definitely found myself needing more force to get the mouse to stop and prevent my aim from being floaty due to so much lack of friction. It just depends.

yes i think it's a matter of preference, for me for example the problem is the force needed to start moving the mouse, not stopping it
post #875 of 1517
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

There's almost no way to accurately measure the performance of a G402 because it would control exactly the same if you replaced their current cord with a dead trout. Only by doing very small movements by someone that uses 800 DPI or more, not 400, will you be able to notice irregularities. The cord tension will obscure all results moving the mouse large distances with 400 dpi.

When I tested it at 800, I noticed immediately that the cursor felt "swimmy" for lack of a better term. My next step was loading the software and comparing gyroscope on and off and I noticed a difference there.

swamp cursor <3
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post #876 of 1517
I had G400 for years and was very happy with it... Don't know why I switched to a deathadder 2013. I cant stand the software.. I think its time I get a 402! Thanks for the excellent review!!
post #877 of 1517
Any news for a update on the y-Axis fail?
post #878 of 1517
Firmware hasn't been patched yet.
post #879 of 1517
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Any news for a update on the y-Axis fail?

Is it really necesseary to patch that y-axis "problem"? You will never hit the malfunction speed of the sensor on the y-axis.
post #880 of 1517
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Is it really necesseary to patch that y-axis "problem"? You will never hit the malfunction speed of the sensor on the y-axis.
I don't think it's necessary either.
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