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post #1131 of 1493
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Originally Posted by Ino. View Post

Alright, I didn't follow all of this, is there any additional weight in the Rival 100? Because it sure feels like it...

http://imgur.com/a/tMqAl

Doesn't seem to be.
post #1132 of 1493
No I think its the thick plastic on the base that gives it that weight.
post #1133 of 1493
I'm trying to make myself buy this mouse. But sensor & buttons keep me away.
Anyone who can try to sell me into buying it?
Like, people are starting to say 3310 isent as great as people used to say, and 3050 is actually pretty decent?
Clicks arent suicidal? Can you spam Tec9?
post #1134 of 1493
Its a great little mouse. But only if you're on a budget IMO. I can't really see the point of it if you're looking for the EndGame.
post #1135 of 1493
Well ive tried alot of mouse. There's none which have really sold me as of yet.
I'm using a ZA11, but ive started to hate the butt and the arch/lip/edge on the front, I wish it was taller in the front.
Also wish it was wider where you actually grip the mouse.
I know Kana V2 is actually a tiny bit wider then a FK1 and ZA11 where you actually grip it.
post #1136 of 1493
I think this mouse will just be a filler for you. Something to distract. Sit tight and see what the FM Ambi is like.
post #1137 of 1493
Xornet II with PMW3320 @ 750 dpi (and i guess i am staying with this resolution on this mouse, completely brilliant for CS) with low LOD feels tons time better than the only satisfying resolution of 500 dpi of Rival 100
post #1138 of 1493
So, i used the Rival 100 now for about a week and can give you now some feedback in terms of performance:

Shape:

It is fairly small, but actually really nice for my clawgrip. The textured sides provide enough grip to lift the mouse withought problems.

Clicks:

Not the lightest and pretty mushy compared to the G303, but actually very nice for CS:GO. Click Latency also is quite good, although not the best.

Sensor:

Regardless of the weird CPI steps, it tracks flawlessly and feels very snappy on low speeds. It might have some slight angle snapping, but it doesnt bother me the slightest.

For the ~35€ i payed it is a very good mouse for CS:GO
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post #1139 of 1493
Used the mouse for 2 weeks now and yeah, still not really liking it.

Buttons still annoyingly mushy / hard compared to good omrons like KPM that are lighter and have way better feedback.
Shape is good but it seems to be more and more slippery to me after usage, which is kinda weird.
Sensor, still annoying at 1000dpi, I even prefer the G100s 1000dpi step over this, it seems more stable when doing small movements like orbwalking etc, this is also where the buttons become very bad.

Will use it until I get a hold of Xornet II wnd of november hopefully.
post #1140 of 1493
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Originally Posted by treav0r View Post

So, i used the Rival 100 now for about a week and can give you now some feedback in terms of performance:

Shape:

It is fairly small, but actually really nice for my clawgrip. The textured sides provide enough grip to lift the mouse withought problems.

Clicks:

Not the lightest and pretty mushy compared to the G303, but actually very nice for CS:GO. Click Latency also is quite good, although not the best.

Sensor:

Regardless of the weird CPI steps, it tracks flawlessly and feels very snappy on low speeds. It might have some slight angle snapping, but it doesnt bother me the slightest.

For the ~35€ i payed it is a very good mouse for CS:GO

Just wondering, can you set the DPI to 400? And if yes, how does it feel?
I've seen someone saying that it's not possible, and that the DPI steps can be set from 250 to 250.

Someone might have said something in this thread before, but I read a few pages back and I couldn't find anything.
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