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post #11 of 13
I can switch between any of my zowie 3310 mice w/o any problems. If i switch to a mouse with a different sensor my aim significantly worse. I don't really find weight to be a big deal, it's not gona effect your muscle memory, you're still moving the mouse the same distance, but maybe that's because i play higher sense then most. weight might be a bigger factor if you're moving your mouse larger distances.

What i do find changes between my zowie 3310 mice is the shape. Some of my bigger mice it's much harder to spray because the bigger mice fill up my whole hand, so i can't pull the mouse down w/o moving my whole arm. Click response time seems noticable when i'm holding angles, but maybe it's just placebo.

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post #12 of 13
I find that I can get used to different shapes, now weight.. yes I can get used to it too but I think 90-100g is good. I like just enough that the mouse doesn't get lifted from the surface unless that's what I want. Sensor getting used to takes longer I think, it took me some time with the 3090, and ime 3.0 I'm not sure that I'm completely used to but I do alright with it, sometimes really well in certain games. However I passed on the IME 3.0 as a birthday present so I don't have that mouse anymore.
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Originally Posted by FreeElectron View Post

I would advise that you test all of your mice to use only one of them.

That's a good point, I could try with the two mice I have and maybe some other mice if I start to build up a lot of them, probably going to have a few of the Zowies knocking around spare, but I'm not likely to be getting much more than another 2 mice as I think it just comes down to just 3 mice/sensors I'd like to try and only getting a new one after a few months use, and also depending how well I can make them work cross-platform. If I find something that is doing a lot better for me, I'll stick with whatever brand/line that is and just follow it for consistency.
Edited by etplayer - 10/6/15 at 6:49am
post #13 of 13
Yes I do this and it has probably "hurt" me, not in the sense that it made me worse, but that practicing with one set up would be better. I always cycled through a few mice and pads with the logic of "oh my HS% is better with this mouse... but my spray is better with this other one! And my flick shots are better with this pad, but my tracking is better with that pad"

There is no one "magical" set up that I've found. Swapping gear for me was like redistributing stat points in an RPG. You can do certain things better with the different configurations, but the only way to "level up" and improve all around is to buckle down and focus on one.
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