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post #11 of 27
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Hmm, Skadoodle from Cloud9 use this mouse and he have 400 dpi and 1.4 sens in-game.
n0thing from Cloud9 use this mouse too and have 400 dpi and 1.9 sens in-game.

Maybe working good too on that dpi tongue.gif

400 is not native DPI supposedly, but I also use my G100s on 400dpi and I am very happy with it, using 2.5 sens in game.

The only problem is that if you manage to exceed the max tracking speed your view will shoot to the floor, so keep that in mind if you tend to mouse very fast.
post #12 of 27
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The only problem is that if you manage to exceed the max tracking speed your view will shoot to the floor, so keep that in mind if you tend to mouse very fast.

usually this happens to me not because i exceed 2.5m/s but because i swipe fast while lifting or placing down the mouse.
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post #13 of 27
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n0thing mouse looks like it was different sensor inside with this blue light... Logitech G100S with 3366 sensor maybe? They fake, to increase this model sales.

Maybe I should choose CM Storm Alcor, Hyper from Vexed using this mouse and he recommend this.
peet from Vexed using Mizar, this same grip, but laser sensor inside.

Hyper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMGs6creets
peet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iht5Bp6CLnY
post #14 of 27
light's not blue. infrared just looks like that on cameras without ir filter
2. there's pretty much no reason to use blue illumination for sensor.
and it's am010 according to cpate and woll3's posts in that thread
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post #15 of 27
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJg3fEKBAj0 25:15 shot on mouse, it's really looks strange. I think Logitech make special models for sponsored by them gamers. Looking like normally G100S, but inside is newest sensors. All for increased sales.

For CSGO pro players, best sensor is on the first place and I don't believe that they using 400dpi, when mouse not working perfect on that value. Logitech G100S in standard version have a little bit big LoD too ~ 4mm, pro players mostly prefer 1.5-2 mm.

I think they using fake mouse only for gear promotions. On the pro level, gear is a very imporant issue.


I use 1.2/800dpi | 2.4 400dpi, Logitech mouse may be a bad choice for me.
Edited by levito- - 9/22/15 at 2:42am
post #16 of 27
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJg3fEKBAj0 25:15 shot on mouse, it's really looks strange. I think Logitech make special models for sponsored by them gamers. Looking like normally G100S, but inside is newest sensors. All for increased sales.

For CSGO pro players, best sensor is on the first place and I don't believe that they using 400dpi, when mouse not working perfect on that value. Logitech G100S in standard version have a little bit big LoD too ~ 4mm, pro players mostly prefer 1.5-2 mm.

I think they using fake mouse only for gear promotions. On the pro level, gear is a very imporant issue.


I use 1.2/800dpi | 2.4 400dpi, Logitech mouse may be a bad choice for me.

I don't know where you're getting your information. My G100s definitely does not have 4mm LOD. Maybe 2mm. LOD is close enough to my Zowie (1.5mm) that it makes no difference. My Abyssus which DOES have ~4mm LOD is totally different to play with.
post #17 of 27
I use the Steel Series Rival for CSGO and can't fault it. 400DPI and 1.4 in-game sens. Can pick it up on Amazon for around $50.
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post #18 of 27
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I don't know where you're getting your information. My G100s definitely does not have 4mm LOD. Maybe 2mm. LOD is close enough to my Zowie (1.5mm) that it makes no difference. My Abyssus which DOES have ~4mm LOD is totally different to play with.

what mousepad? maybe Logitech fix this with software update?
post #19 of 27
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what mousepad? maybe Logitech fix this with software update?

Same low LOD on QCK Heavy, Goliathus Control and Roccat Taito mousepads.

I bought this mouse when it was first released, I don't think it was a software update.

Originally G100s could only do 250dpi steps (250, 500, 750, 1000, etc), that was changed later to support 50dpi steps. LOD has never changed for me.
post #20 of 27
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Hmm, Skadoodle from Cloud9 use this mouse and he have 400 dpi and 1.4 sens in-game.
n0thing from Cloud9 use this mouse too and have 400 dpi and 1.9 sens in-game.

Maybe working good too on that dpi tongue.gif

I'm pretty sure they use the G303 sensor in the G100s, so it's basically just the G100s shell.
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