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Originally Posted by Shiotcrock View Post

I'm waiting for someone to have 50 mice in a pictures =)

If I didn't sell most of my mice after using them then I could probably do that biggrin.gif. For now I only have 4, not including the 3 that my parents and brother are using

EDIT
Found an old thread this is what I had in 2011. I am sure I've had 20+ more since then

http://www.overclock.net/t/1023379/just-curious
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I've had
Razer copperhead Horrible sensor, but I did like the shape

Razer deathadder 1800dpi PERFECT sensor, but too slippery sides and bulky

Razer deathadder 3500dpi PERFECT sensor, but too slippery sides and bulky

Razer deathadder black edition PERFECT sensor but bulky

Razer diamondback 3g PERFECT sensor, GREAT shape, not so good scrollwheel and
can't get more than 125hz

Razer lachesis Horrible shape, Horrible Sensor, the buttons felt great though

Razer mamba Good sensor but bulky

Razer salmosa PERFECT sensor, uncomfortable shape and no side buttons

Razer pro click notebook Not really a gaming mouse

Razer Boomslang 2007 CE PERFECT sensor, PERFECT mouse 1+2 buttons, good shape but bulky, heavy and side buttons too easy to press

Microsoft IME 3.0 Good sensor bu too bulky and heavy

Microsoft IME 4.0 Horrible all

Logitech mx510 I never played as bad as I did with this mouse

Logitech g9x Great sensor, slighty heavy, not so comfortable for the pinky and little
finger

Fatal1ty 1010 Lovely shape, bad sensor, horrible idea with the weights that rattles

A4tech 750 For what it cost me its not bad, but not a good sensor, and not
confortable for the pinky and little finger

Steelseries ikari laser ok sensor, nice shape but bulky and heavy

Steelseries ikari optical good sensor, nice shape but bulky and heavy. And the buttons start double clicking

Steelseries kinzu HORRIBLE SENSOR, software and mousefeet. Otherwise great shape and build quality

Steelseries xai Good sensor, Good shape, Great build quality, side buttons hard to press, and button 1+2 a little too hard for my liking

Roccat kone ok sensor but very bulky

Roccat kone+ good sensor, ok shape, PERFECT scrollwheel, great software but bulky and HORRIBLE coating

Cm storm spawn PERFECT shape, PERFECT sensor, PERFECT weight GREAT scrollwheel but not so great software that freezes up, side buttons seems to have some delay and 800dpi is not working proberly

Mionix naos 3200 PERFECT palm grip shape, great sensor, great build quality, lightweight but slighty bulky

Edited by HaiiYaa - 1/11/15 at 6:43pm
post #82 of 109
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Originally Posted by HaiiYaa View Post

If I didn't sell most of my mice after using them then I could probably do that biggrin.gif. For now I only have 4, not including the 3 that my parents and brother are using

EDIT
Found an old thread this is what I had in 2011. I am sure I've had 20+ more since then

http://www.overclock.net/t/1023379/just-curious

Looks like we agree with the Fatal1ty 1010, I bought that as a tester. Actually liked the mouse a ton but it was the only mouse I would hit malfunction rate repeatably on. I bought a Xornet right after thinking I would be done.. Specs wise they are so close together yet in use words apart.
post #83 of 109
New zowie ec1-a and ec2-a, oh well here we go again
post #84 of 109


MAS (Mouse Acquisition Syndrome) strikes again xD this time its the razer da chroma, it was on sale i couldnt resist xD
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post #85 of 109
I think MAD works better biggrin.gif

Nice collection!
post #86 of 109
I think I ended mine with the g502 with having near 10 bought in total last year as well. They're quite pricey in this part of the world, considering the wages aren't really high either.

But myeah.

Now I'm shifting towards starting to look into mousepads biggrin.gif.
post #87 of 109
Me too actually, had like 8 mice bought this year and sold like 5 of them , bought the g502 and fell in love with it. since the sensor is so good with high movements, i bought the aorus p3 1 meter XD Anti swet and really good mouse pad overall for a LONG LONG time XD
post #88 of 109
Ugh too many mice, such little money. I've accumulated the Cooler Master Xornet, Roccat Kone XTD, Madcatz R.A.T.5, Zowie FK1, Mionix Naos 7000, Mionix Avoir 7000, Mionix Castor
post #89 of 109
I don't have that problem. I fell in love with the layout of the Logitech G600, & just bought one for each computer. I haven't bought a mouse in 4 years. I don't know what would've happened had it not come out then. I was looking for mice with programmable buttons for AutoCAD at the time. I considered a few of the Razer options, but I never liked Synapse, so I held off. I was finally ready to go for it when the G600 came out. It really has been the perfect all-purpose mouse for me. I regularly use almost every button in AutoCAD, & use about half in other non-game situations. I really like having the ring finger button in MechWarrior Online, as it allows me to have 3 weapon groups on the top, which means I rarely have to use the thumb buttons for a weapon group. I was unsure about the stiffness of the thumb buttons at first, but have come to really like it. I tried the Razer version that a coworker bought, & find myself accidentally clicking thumb buttons when I grab it.

Left-hand programmable keypads, on the other hand, I'll really have to watch myself with. So far, I've only gone through the Microsoft Sidewinder Strategic Commander, Razer Nostromo, & Logitech G13, along with a short detour with a disappointing industrial keypad. I'm really itching to switch to mechanical keys. I'd prefer to see Logitech release a mechanical G13 to keep me using their software & having reliable parts. I did like the layout of the Nostromo, & would love an Orbweaver, but again, don't want to use Synapse. Edit: forgot, I also have a SpaceMouse Wireless in the left hand mix.
Edited by dlewbell - 1/26/16 at 6:36pm
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Brother's Machine
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-6600k GIGABYTE G1.Sniper Z170 EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FTW Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 950 Pro 512GB M.2280 Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM LG WH14NS40 Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer Phanteks PH-TC14PE_BL 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Phanteks PH-F140SP Phanteks PH-F140SP Phanteks PH-F140SP Phanteks PH-F140SP 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Phanteks PH-F140SP Phanteks PH-F120SP Windows 10 Pro Visio E601i-A3 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech K400 EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Logitech G600 MMO 
OtherOtherOther
XBox One Controller Reeven Four Eyes Touch HTC Vive 
CPUMotherboardRAMHard Drive
Pentium G4560 ASUS H110M-A/M.2 Corsair Vengeance LPX Western Digital Caviar Blue 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
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CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
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post #90 of 109
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Originally Posted by dlewbell View Post

I don't have that problem. I fell in love with the layout of the Logitech G600, & just bought one for each computer. I haven't bought a mouse in 4 years. I don't know what would've happened had it not come out then. I was looking for mice with programmable buttons for AutoCAD at the time. I considered a few of the Razer options, but I never liked Synapse, so I held off. I was finally ready to go for it when the G600 came out. It really has been the perfect all-purpose mouse for me. I regularly use almost every button in AutoCAD, & use about half in other non-game situations. I really like having the ring finger button in MechWarrior Online, as it allows me to have 3 weapon groups on the top, which means I rarely have to use the thumb buttons for a weapon group. I was unsure about the stiffness of the thumb buttons at first, but have come to really like it. I tried the Razer version that a coworker bought, & find myself accidentally clicking thumb buttons when I grab it.

Left-hand programmable keypads, on the other hand, I'll really have to watch myself with. So far, I've only gone through the Microsoft Sidewinder Strategic Commander, Razer Nostromo, & Logitech G13, along with a short detour with a disappointing industrial keypad. I'm really itching to switch to mechanical keys. I'd prefer to see Logitech release a mechanical G13 to keep me using their software & having reliable parts. I did like the layout of the Nostromo, & would love an Orbweaver, but again, don't want to use Synapse.

2nded on the G600, love it but I'm constantly wondering if there is a better mouse for me. I have huge hands and everything I've tried except the RAT MMO7 which had HORRIBLE sensor issues feels way too thin for me. Even sitting my pinky on the pinky button of the G600 feels extremely unnatural. At this point I've been thinking about getting a 3d printed hunk of plastic and gluing it to the side of a mouse to make it perfect for me.
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