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What about Zowie? I hate their newer mice (ugh, I get a gag reflex just thinking about the EC1-A that I used for months on end.) however my AM thoroughly impressed me and has become my main driver.

EDIT: Forgot to discard one of my drafts, ignore the beginning of this post if you saw it. thumb.gif

Yeah the am is not bad but for palm grip the slanted sides are not really good. Plus the shell design makes the clicks horribly stiff. Plus the click latency. I swapped the pcb with fk1 but it was still stiff.
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Yeah the am is not bad but for palm grip the slanted sides are not really good. Plus the shell design makes the clicks horribly stiff. Plus the click latency. I swapped the pcb with fk1 but it was still stiff.

Yeah the click latency bothers me as well and it's really noticeable in Reflex, it's kind of annoying to palm because the base is fatter than the top of the mouse, but it's something you get used to. I can palm it relatively okay now, I don't think I'll ever be able to palm it well because of the base being so much larger than the top.
I don't actually mind the stiff clicks...if only there was a way to rid the AM of the click latency, I love the A3090, the clicks are fine, the shape could use some work but the biggest downfall is the click latency. Sadly. sadsmiley.gif
    
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on the subject of pro gamers being sponsored, funnily enough i've encountered a few streams of sponsored, pro CSGO players:
some of them actually do not state which peripherals they use, and their cameras are aimed so that you do not see their desk at all.
clearly they are not using the stuff from their sponsor at home and this is how they get away with it.*
take that, sponsors!

it also never gets old when a contract ends and the player immediately switches away from the gear he was given by the sponsor.
i have grown to be genuinely curious to what all the pro players would use if there was no such thing as sponsoring..

edit: *actually, maybe they're just using yet-to-be-announced stuff.....

Even if they don't like what they have to use due to sponsors I can almost 100% guarantee you they use it at home. They know that switching mice can make a difference and wouldn't practice with one mouse and then use another at lan when it is high stakes. Or at least the smart ones wouldn't.
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yeah, that makes sense.
maybe they were using the G900.. rolleyes.gif
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Yeah the click latency bothers me as well and it's really noticeable in Reflex, it's kind of annoying to palm because the base is fatter than the top of the mouse, but it's something you get used to. I can palm it relatively okay now, I don't think I'll ever be able to palm it well because of the base being so much larger than the top.
I don't actually mind the stiff clicks...if only there was a way to rid the AM of the click latency, I love the A3090, the clicks are fine, the shape could use some work but the biggest downfall is the click latency. Sadly. sadsmiley.gif

The fat base is exactly why it is good to palm. Natrow mice suck and hurt your aim.
You can fix the click latency by swapping the pcb.
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The fat base is exactly why it is good to palm. Natrow mice suck and hurt your aim.
You can fix the click latency by swapping the pcb.

I prefer narrow mice as they improve my aim. Deathadder for example is really way to wide for me.
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I prefer narrow mice as they improve my aim. Deathadder for example is really way to wide for me.

Which games do you play? For me it hurts the aim in every game, especially tracking targets.

Edit: What does improve my aim is low fronts, which help to point at targets better. Wide back and slightly narrow front is a good combo I guess, like Rival.
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post #128 of 146
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Which games do you play? For me it hurts the aim in every game, especially tracking targets.

Doesnt have anything to do with games. Has more to do with grip style and preference.

But answering your question: CoD4, CoD BO2, Quake, Doom, Starcraft 2, BF3-4-Hardline
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Doesnt have anything to do with games. Has more to do with grip style and preference.

But answering your question: CoD4, CoD BO2, Quake, Doom, Starcraft 2, BF3-4-Hardline

Well it does, because for flicks it doesn't matter. For tracking targets you need to stabilize your aim. When I look at some youtubbers saying mice like fk and fk2 are amazing and boosted their aim, then I see their aim and I laugh.
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Well it does, because for flicks it doesn't matter. For tracking targets you need to stabilize your aim. When I look at some youtubbers saying mice like fk and fk2 are amazing and boosted their aim, then I see their aim and I laugh.

Tracking depends on grip type, in-game sens, and hand pivot point. Mouse width has something more to do with hand comfort (espesially for palm grip).
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