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Which mouse pad do you search for, Hard, Cloth , Aluminum, Glass ? and which mouse do you have
I want durability (longer to wear out)
I want a pad where the middle spot (most used) does not become resistive compared to the sides.
I want a pad with easy initial movement glide.
I want a pad where the mouse is harder to stop. (so that it does not become resistive when i click the mouse and move it while clicking the mouse)
I want a pad that will give good tracking performance
I want a pad that can achieve low LOD with mice.
I want a pad that can be cleaned with minimal characteristics change.

This is the characteristics of my dream mouse pad which i am not sure if it exists.

It does not matter what type the pad is as long as it provides those previously mentioned characteristics.
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I'm not really sure how the Geared GSTitan alters LOD, but for the most part, sounds like what you're looking for. It's not going to wear out or scratch unless YOU scratch it. The pad feels nicest with newer feet, but it doesn't "eat" at them as quickly as some other hard pads cause it's not grainy (the Titan is FLAT.)

The only problem, is that it's a little on the smaller side (12x10 I believe from memory.)
Just throwing a random number out there: if you're at like 800 dpi, 6/11, you'll probably be fine.

Otherwise you're best off with a durable cloth pad and buying a spare or two. I personally use the Allsop but I haven't tried any Artisans, or a talent.

Hated the QCK immensely. Wears out too fast, too slow.
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I want durability (longer to wear out) - GGS Titan , just take good care of it with Mineral Oil like baby oil or someone suggest WD40, I'll ask David which I think is the Co of GGS about WD40 and will update.

I want a pad where the middle spot (most used) does not become resistive compared to the sides. - Again if u keep it and not "over wash" scratch or do any pressure with the mouse feet, it will stay smooth forever.

I want a pad with easy initial movement glide. - it's easy, fast, precise , just like SteelSeries SX, which I wanted the MOST.

I want a pad where the mouse is harder to stop. (so that it does not become resistive when i click the mouse and move it while clicking the mouse) - It stops exactly where you want it to stop, it doesn't slide like crazy and u have control

I want a pad that will give good tracking performance - it's the best tracking you can get I presume, similar to SX I've never heard even once a problem with tracking, they even say on the site it has the best aluminum materials, same as SteelSeries SX, is my guess.

I want a pad that can achieve low LOD with mice. - If you have G502 you could calibrate for low LOD, but it is already Low, I can move my mouse up and it won't move.

I want a pad that can be cleaned with minimal characteristics change. - Again I need to check with David to make sure WD40 is ok or baby oil is a must. I'll get back to you on that.

This is the characteristics of my dream mouse pad which i am not sure if it exists.

Price - Very cheap compare to other crap mouse pad inculding Razer.........

Customer Service - Superior, David sent me a new mouse pad when I had a big scratch on the mouse pad on delivery. I just sent him a photo that shows it. He even sent me extra mouse feet 2 times the first time and the second. ( I ordered just 1 week ago 2 extra mouse pads just incase )


It does not matter what type the pad is as long as it provides those previously mentioned characteristics.

To sum it up a small reviews that I'll use them after for the big reviews.

I tried many mouse pads, including the Logitech G440 which was really really great but terribly crap durability, the control on it was really GREAT. I give G440 5 out of 10 cause durability but really great performance.

Advantages
Great performance
Fast Initial Start/Stop
doesn't need to be cleaned a lot, just a little swipe
Lod is perfect for me, with or without G502 calibration

Disadvantages
Bad durability
Cost pretty much more than other better mouse pads (GGS Titan)


the C4ngen is ok mouse pad, I just don't really like how it is smooth, needs time to "adjust" to it cause it's not plastic nore cloth nore aluminum, it's something "different" which is not bad, but just needs time and to find the right DPI. I give C4Ngen 7 out of 10 .

Advantages
Good performance ( needs to get used with right settings and hand reflexes ) 1*
Fast Initial Start/Stop
Durability haven't tested yet, but it seems durable**
Doesn't need to be clean, almost at all
Very big

Disadvantages
Hard to stop ( pointing to 1* )
Pretty much expensive
LOD seems to be pretty high but it doesn't really bother

GGS Titan, the mouse pad is just perfect, the only issue is that you'll need to use the mouse feet the comes with it and try to get extra when you buy. they just work well with aluminum and every other mouse pad. comparing them with Hotline is just impossible cause the Hotline series is crap compare in durability and smoothness. to keep the smoothness you'll need to use mineral oil and to keep the mouse pad from being scratch. to make it short. I give the GGS Titan 10 out of 10

Advantages
Best durability out of all the mouse pads I tried
Best Tracking
Fast Initial Start/Stop
Lod is perfect for me, with or without G502 calibration
1 Set of free mouse feet
*Best customer service

Disadvantages
Needs to use mineral oil to keep it "smooth slide"
Need to make sure not to over push the mouse /mouse feet not to scratch it
Need to change mouse feet every 3-4 months on hardcore usage
Not very big as people wants it to be, but for me it's perfect size

I might have forgot something I'll check it after.
Edited by x7007 - 11/7/14 at 2:24pm
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I want a pad where the mouse is harder to stop. (so that it does not become resistive when i click the mouse and move it while clicking the mouse) - It stops exactly where you want it to stop, it doesn't slide like crazy and u have control

I think you misunderstood what i meant.
I am afraid that people's rating on mouse pad stopping ease has to do with them pressing more on the pad thus resulting in the mouse stopping.
If that is the case then i don't want that.

But anyway i will see reviews of it and see how it goes.
Also why are you not recommending the steelseries sx then?
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I think you misunderstood what i meant.
I am afraid that people's rating on mouse pad stopping ease has to do with them pressing more on the pad thus resulting in the mouse stopping.
If that is the case then i don't want that.

But anyway i will see reviews of it and see how it goes.
Also why are you not recommending the steelseries sx then?

Ha, I understood you now.

it gives you the last slide that you want if you move the mouse and can still click and it will stop.( that's what you mean right ) ? it doesn't change compare to pressure. it will always slide the same even if you hard press the mouse on the mouse pad or not while clicking left or right mouse button. you can Perfect Movement Aim, let's call it PMA.
I have no problem aiming, stopping, clicking, the mouse doesn't move at all. I understand you, I play a lot of games wanting to do headshots, it's perfect for that, aiming on the last second and holding it while you shooting having the recoil, you have perfect control.

Read the small review I wrote just above.

We can't talk about SteelSeries SX cause it's "Unfortunately, this product is no longer available"

http://steelseries.com/products/surfaces/steelseries-sx
Edited by x7007 - 11/7/14 at 2:35pm
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To sum it up a small reviews that I'll use them after for the big reviews.

I tried many mouse pads, including the Logitech G440 which was really really great but terribly crap durability, the control on it was really GREAT. I give G440 5 out of 10 cause durability but really great performance.

Advantages
Great performance
Fast Initial Start/Stop
doesn't need to be cleaned a lot, just a little swipe
Lod is perfect for me, with or without G502 calibration

Disadvantages
Bad durability
Cost pretty much more than other better mouse pads (GGS Titan)


the C4ngen is ok mouse pad, I just don't really like how it is smooth, needs time to "adjust" to it cause it's not plastic nore cloth nore aluminum, it's something "different" which is not bad, but just needs time and to find the right DPI. I give C4Ngen 7 out of 10 .

Advantages
Good performance ( needs to get used with right settings and hand reflexes ) 1*
Fast Initial Start/Stop
Durability haven't tested yet, but it seems durable**
Doesn't need to be clean, almost at all
Very big

Disadvantages
Hard to stop ( pointing to 1* )
Pretty much expensive
LOD seems to be pretty high but it doesn't really bother

GGS Titan, the mouse pad is just perfect, the only issue is that you'll need to use the mouse feet the comes with it and try to get extra when you buy. they just work well with aluminum and every other mouse pad. comparing them with Hotline is just impossible cause the Hotline series is crap compare in durability and smoothness. to keep the smoothness you'll need to use mineral oil and to keep the mouse pad from being scratch. to make it short. I give the GGS Titan 10 out of 10

Advantages
Best durability out of all the mouse pads I tried
Best Tracking
Fast Initial Start/Stop
Lod is perfect for me, with or without G502 calibration
1 Set of free mouse feet
*Best customer service

Disadvantages
Needs to use mineral oil to keep it "smooth slide"
Need to make sure not to over push the mouse /mouse feet not to scratch it
Need to change mouse feet every 3-4 months on hardcore usage
Not very big as people wants it to be, but for me it's perfect size

I might have forgot something I'll check it after.

This might be a deal breaker frown.gif
When playing i might over push the mouse and i already have kinda heavy hands.

Also
The C4 NGEN stops tracking on lowest lod in less than 2mm.
I will double check and see about the lod again.


The only problem is durability seems to be bad according to (can't speed his name biggrin.gif)
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This might be a deal breaker frown.gif
When playing i might over push the mouse and i already have kinda heavy hands.

Also
The C4 NGEN stops tracking on lowest lod in less than 2mm.
I will double check and see about the lod again.


The only problem is durability seems to be bad according to (can't speed his name biggrin.gif)

It's only if you really hardcore pushing on the mouse pad, you can still do that, on any mouse you can do that. You don't need to worry about that really, that's should be the least of your concern.
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It's only if you really hardcore pushing on the mouse pad, you can still do that, on any mouse you can do that. You don't need to worry about that really, that's should be the least of your concern.
I will watch some reviews for it smile.gif
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Can i order like a custom made bigger surface?
I mean 10x12 is like so little.
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Originally Posted by FreeElectron View Post

Can i order like a custom made bigger surface?
I mean 10x12 is like so little.

it's not really small, but you could ask David on their site GGS titan, send them email from. mailto:support@gearedgs.com http://www.gearedgs.com/shop/

the size shouldn't really worry you for the performance you will get. there are huge size mouse pads which really crap.
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