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post #61 of 86
Elige just confirmed on stream that razer will release the mousepad he and nitro are using (plain black) to the public soon, hope it will be any good.
post #62 of 86
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Originally Posted by solz View Post

Elige just confirmed on stream that razer will release the mousepad he and nitro are using (plain black) to the public soon, hope it will be any good.
Thanks for confirmation!
post #63 of 86
Ah crap now I've got to decide what I like best the glorious xl heavy, g-sr, and a new Razer pad...

The glorious one might actually win though.. I think I like it more than the qck
post #64 of 86
Love the Glorius XL, mine is not heavy. I think it's a more more consistent glide than the G-SR (closer to equal static and dynamic friction), smoother and quieter than the QCK+ and QCK Heavy. Plus mine never gums up with my clammy hands.
post #65 of 86
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Originally Posted by Demi9OD View Post

Love the Glorius XL, mine is not heavy. I think it's a more more consistent glide than the G-SR (closer to equal static and dynamic friction), smoother and quieter than the QCK+ and QCK Heavy. Plus mine never gums up with my clammy hands.

Well here's the funny thing, the blue g-sr (old version) was probably ranked as one of the worst mousepads I've used because the glide kept changing with the weather.. very inconsistent -- however the surface was very comfortable and perfectly flat

So I'm giving the new black stitched one a try - why? I don't know because I'm quite happy w/ the glorious - the new razer pad I will also try simply because I used the original goliathus speed for 14 months until it felt 'worn' and liked it a lot (but then they revised it so I didn't bother cause I was worried about it being worse) -- from there I went to the qck heavy for a very long time and just recently I got the glorious XL heavy and I'm super impressed by it.. honestly I think pros would use it if they tried it/weren't forced to use diff mousepads

The only literal con of the XL heavy is that the left side of it isn't 100% flat - if you have a mouse with crappy mouse feet then they could slowup with the lift (note this isn't an air bubble but rather just the actual surface not being flat cause of the stitched edges) everything else from comfort to glide consistency and even not sticking to your hand when sweating is among the best I've used.. how is the non XL version? If the razer and new g-sr aren't 'PERFECT' then XL heavy glorious is in fact my end-game mouse pad.. seriously I've had it for a month now and it glides just like day 1

as of right now this is my rankings

glorious xl heavy > original razer goliathus speed > qck heavy > mionix alioth > puretrak talent coL edition > zowie g-sr (blue) > mionix sargas

Once I try the black g-sr and new razer pad I'll adjust..
Edited by ncck - 8/24/16 at 7:12am
post #66 of 86
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Originally Posted by ncck View Post

Well here's the funny thing, the blue g-sr (old version) was probably ranked as one of the worst mousepads I've used because the glide kept changing with the weather.. very inconsistent -- however the surface was very comfortable and perfectly flat

So I'm giving the new black stitched one a try - why? I don't know because I'm quite happy w/ the glorious - the new razer pad I will also try simply because I used the original goliathus speed for 14 months until it felt 'worn' and liked it a lot (but then they revised it so I didn't bother cause I was worried about it being worse) -- from there I went to the qck heavy for a very long time and just recently I got the glorious XL heavy and I'm super impressed by it.. honestly I think pros would use it if they tried it/weren't forced to use diff mousepads

The only literal con of the XL heavy is that the left side of it isn't 100% flat - if you have a mouse with crappy mouse feet then they could slowup with the lift (note this isn't an air bubble but rather just the actual surface not being flat cause of the stitched edges) everything else from comfort to glide consistency and even not sticking to your hand when sweating is among the best I've used.. how is the non XL version? If the razer and new g-sr aren't 'PERFECT' then XL heavy glorious is in fact my end-game mouse pad.. seriously I've had it for a month now and it glides just like day 1

as of right now this is my rankings

glorious xl heavy > original razer goliathus speed > qck heavy > mionix alioth > puretrak talent coL edition > zowie g-sr (blue) > mionix sargas

Once I try the black g-sr and new razer pad I'll adjust..

I just got a GGing Pro Extended Control deskmat and absolutely loving it. Its similar to the Razer Goliathus Control, literally the same thing to be honest minus the graphics. I very much like these weaved "control" style mouse pads. They are much slower, and I had to adjust the LOD on my mouse but the feel, and how i play works perfect for me. I also have a Razer Goliathus Speed which is extremely smooth, ice-like mousepad, but I just simply don't like the feel of it, and being a wrist-ish player that mainly uses higher sensitivity this was just a little too much movement for my liking.

I havent used the XL Heavy Glorious but after looking at the close up pics, it looks like like an inbetween of the Speed and Control version. Doesnt look extremely smooth like the "speed" version mousepads (i dont like) but less weave then the "control" mousepads that I do.
post #67 of 86
The XL non-heavy is perfectly consistent and lays totally flat, right out of the box. There are some slight scraping sounds on my QCK Heavy with a Zowie EC2-A (super thin feet) due to unevenness that don't exist on the XL, so I know it's flatter than that. I think I prefer the non heavy since my desk is very even and flat, and less possible deformation while holding M2 possibly means less static friction. The only thing I don't love is the stitched edge, the lower boarder bothers my wrist a little bit. The nice thing about the non heavy is that I only have to hang the lower edge of the pad about 1/2" off the front of my desk to prevent my arm/wrist from touching the stitching.

I only have a new G-SR version (Black, BenQ logo) and find it to swamp up and change consistency really quickly after only a couple days of use. I too liked the original goliathus speed at first but found it to get sticky in the most used mousing areas.
post #68 of 86
The Artisan pads use a custom made foam that is much more even than on any other regular cloth pad I have used so far. Compared to an Artisan all other cloth pads feel kind of bumpy when you glide your fingers across the pad. The top fabrics are also very high quality.

QcK is good and well priced, but very slow. If you want control it may be right, but if you want more speed for FPS you should look elsewere. I mainly use a Artisan Raiden XSoft. It is very smooth (super fast for a cloth pad) but still provides good control. But beware, the XSoft is VERY soft, I would rather recommend the MID version for your first Artisan pad.
post #69 of 86
The most underrated question......... What mouse are you using, what DPI, do you prefer control or speeds?

with the amount of mice I have, the thing I've always discovered is some mice work much better on certain mousepads than others. So instead of looking for "best mouse" "best mousepad" I look for the best combination instead.
Edited by Aymanb - 8/24/16 at 12:28pm
post #70 of 86
The black GS-R isn't good for me either. I was using it for months until it got too sticky in the center so I decided to wash it. Now it seems like it has insane friction compared to a qck+ and heavy. Putting hyperglides on my mouse made the GS-R a bit better though.

I'm not sure if washing it ruined it, but I remember liking it when I got it. It still looks new and feels soft. It might just be the qck works better for me.
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