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Best cheap, standart mouse for gaming (FPS/CSGO)

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I used mice like Steelseries Kana v2, Razer Deathadder 2013 etc. and they all broke very very quickly so I decided sticking to cheaper ones.

Do you know a good standart mouse that is somewhat okay for gaming as well?I want to find which cheap mouse is the best one.

My grip is up to mouse and not so important, I play Counter-Strike: GO and Half-Life with 61 cms / 360 degrees to 19.3 cms / 360degrees without acceleration but I of course dont expect being able to play with low sensitivity with a cheap mouse.

Number of buttons etc doesnt really matter but I just look for a mouse that has its sensor in the dead center without any kind of correction or prediction.

Examples:One of my friend uses this, he has the highest rank in competitive http://www.a4tech.com/product.asp?cid=1&scid=1&id=315
One of my friends uses this one and he has the highest rank as well as playing for teams http://support.logitech.com/en_gb/product/wireless-mouse-m175

+ Where can I search for specs(sensor name etc) of a mouse? Should I go for Kinzu v3 or X7, if yes which one cause heard they have correction/prediction or whatever.
post #2 of 35
First of all global rank means nothing, I doubt your friends would be able to compete in the highest levels with these mice.

Other than that, Kinzu V3 is a bad mouse, huge button delay and generally just not good. I'd say you should take a look at the Rival 100, or a G100s.. both solid cheap mice that works great for CSGO.
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What I meant by global is they are able to play, I'm global as well and playing in league with that wireless user guy biggrin.gif Thanks for advice and yeah Rival 100 is a good one but I'm still not sure if it will worth for the time that i will use it, my mice dont last for a long time, heard g100 is not that durable as well.
Edited by pysn - 1/25/16 at 12:57pm
post #4 of 35
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What I meant by global is they are able to play, I'm global as well and playing in league with that wireless user guy biggrin.gif Thanks for advice and yeah Rival 100 is a good one but I'm still not sure if it will worth for the time that i will use it, my mice dont last for a long time, heard g100 is not that durable as well.

I hear that about all mice all honesty, I have personally never experienced a mouse breaking, I only change mice because of preference, but never because it broke.. the only exception to this is the DA 2013, but it didn't break, it was more that one of the mousefeet melted after 8 months of use, and now the scroll wheel has starting rattling after 2 years, but the mouse itself still works.

G100s buttons doesn't feel as durable as other mice, but as I said, still works for me with no issues at all.

Other than that, I'm probably not the guy to talk about durability since nothing broke down for me, so IDK about that, hopefully somebody else can talk about it, I just know that g100s is more than capable of handling all games, has great accuracy. (My rival 100 arrives tomorrow to test it) thumb.gif
post #5 of 35
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I thought that only i could achieve such a thing but your mouse feet melted as well biggrin.gif Mine also doesnt register left click (double clicks) and I often hear a sound from mousewheel without actually spinning it. So I might consider going for g100 as well thanks for advice!
post #6 of 35
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I thought that only i could achieve such a thing but your mouse feet melted as well biggrin.gif Mine also doesnt register left click (double clicks) and I often hear a sound from mousewheel without actually spinning it. So I might consider going for g100 as well thanks for advice!

Yes I can totally get behind that the DA has terrible build quality, almost feel like it's falling apart slowly. The only issue I have with cheap mice, is the high lift off distance, a more high tier mouse like the DA, sensor wise, is going to feel more consistent.. but both the G100s and Rival 100 are most likely 500x better mice than what your friends have.

n0thing, skadoodle play with the G100s. Byali, dupreeh plays with the Rival 100. Just to mention a few.
post #7 of 35
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Mice like g100 etc is x100 better than my examples for sure but my only point is they last for couple months for me and not really worth paying in my situation tongue.gif
post #8 of 35
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Originally Posted by pysn View Post

Mice like g100 etc is x100 better than my examples for sure but my only point is they last for couple months for me and not really worth paying in my situation tongue.gif

I think you should look at the Rival 100 then. I haven't seen anybody mention anything about bad durabillity. I'll let others confirm/deny since I haven't tried it myself.
post #9 of 35
Buy a cheap WMO off craiglist. 1 of the best sensors if not the best for competitive FPS gaming. I just picked up 2 for 8$ thumb.gif
post #10 of 35
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Buy a cheap WMO off craiglist. 1 of the best sensors if not the best for competitive FPS gaming. I just picked up 2 for 8$ thumb.gif

Try to get an X80 if you choose to do this. I would definitely buy a WMO if I was looking for a cheap mouse.
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