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post #1931 of 3560
I'm thinking of buying [Abyssus V2] instead of [Logitech G Pro] due to 3 reasons:

1) Thinner & more flexible cable (not braided).
2) Mouse1 & Mouse2 are not overly sensitive.
3) Better Shape (not too slim, not too short). G Pro is a bit to narrow for my gigantic hands.

G Pro (83 grams):
dimensions (mm) = 116.6 x 62.15 x 38.2

Abyssus V2 (80 grams):
dimensions (mm) = 117 x 64 x 38


Question:
Is there really a big difference between [G Pro 3366 sensor] and [Abyssus V2 3329 sensor]?
I'm currently using 550 DPI on my EVGA TORQ X5 (3988 sensor)

I'm okay with any sensor as long as it has low LOD, no smoothing & doesn't interpolate 550 DPI


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Edited by ENZOxWOLF - 9/19/16 at 2:12pm
post #1932 of 3560
3329 is quite different technology from the new 3360/3366 mice if you want 550dpi i'd just wait till a 3360/3366 mouse hits that fits your fancy. It's not that he 3329 is terrible but 3360/3366 implimented even half right will do much better than abyssus which i don't think carries any onboard memory so you'd have to use synapse a software layer to set dpi outside of defaults which i hve no clue what they are.

That being said shape and stuff is quite important unless you're really keen most people can't tell too easily if their mouse sensor is holding them back.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1602282/lets-compile-all-3360-3366-and-their-release-dates-for-everyone
post #1933 of 3560
Quote:
Originally Posted by VESPA5 View Post

I might be one of the rare few, but the G Pro (finally returned it) made me truly appreciate my G303 even more. It's as if the G Pro convinced me that the grass isn't always greener on the other side. Overall, they're both fantastic mice. I just seem to aim better with the G303 (<--- I know, cool story bro...)
This is all what finding the best mouse for you is about. How well you play with it and how comfortable the mouse rests in your hands. Afterall the g pro is basically a g303 without the lens rattle and an odd shape. So if that shape works out better for you, why not keep using it!
Quote:
Originally Posted by ENZOxWOLF View Post

I'm thinking of buying [Abyssus V2] instead of [Logitech G Pro] due to 3 reasons:

1) Thinner & more flexible cable (not braided).
2) Mouse1 & Mouse2 are not overly sensitive.
3) Better Shape (not too slim, not too short). G Pro is a bit to narrow for my gigantic hands.

G Pro (83 grams):
dimensions (mm) = 116.6 x 62.15 x 38.2

Abyssus V2 (80 grams):
dimensions (mm) = 117 x 64 x 38


Question:
Is there really a big difference between [G Pro 3366 sensor] and [Abyssus V2 3329 sensor]?
I'm currently using 550 DPI on my EVGA TORQ X5 (3988 sensor)

I'm okay with any sensor as long as it has low LOD, no smoothing & doesn't interpolate 550 DPI


gunner2.gifsniper.gif

You should consider a nixeus revel or dreammachines DM1 Pro S . At least shapewise it will work better for your hands. i just dont know why you need 550dpi at all cost, but that is your thing.
post #1934 of 3560
I received my Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse today and give it a 7/10.

I like it, but coming from a Mionix AVIOR 7000 I am not overwhelmed. The shape fits my big hands well on fingertip and claw style. For browsing even palm is okay. I still prefer the AVIOR 7000's shape though. It's bigger and more comfortable for me.

On the other hand I kinda enjoy the light weight. It feels considerably lighter in comparison.

Kinda? The low weight also has it's disadvantages: As mentioned before it is small. Also I don't miss right side mouse buttons but I'd really like to have at least one more button under the mousewheel. Also IMO the mousewheel feels cheap, imprecise and not very durable.


Other than that the buttons' restitance is very low. They feel worn out for me.

I also don't like the Logitech Software. It's too bulky for my taste.



tl;dr:

It is a good mouse. It doesn't really meet my personal preferences though.
post #1935 of 3560
I got my G pro and I'm so amazed by how comfortable it was. I was skeptical at first from buying it cause I thought It was going to be like another G303 in terms of dimensions. It's so much different with the round sides and palm area of the mouse. The clicks are super nice and the wheel feels nice like the deathadder wheel. I can practically palm grip this because of how small my hands are. Defintely going to buy more if they go under 60 on amazon. Not even considering the G403 anymore
post #1936 of 3560
Quote:
Originally Posted by James N View Post

This is all what finding the best mouse for you is about. How well you play with it and how comfortable the mouse rests in your hands. Afterall the g pro is basically a g303 without the lens rattle and an odd shape. So if that shape works out better for you, why not keep using it!
You should consider a nixeus revel or dreammachines DM1 Pro S . At least shapewise it will work better for your hands. i just dont know why you need 550dpi at all cost, but that is your thing.

I'm also alright with 600 DPI. I always keep my windows sensitivity at 6/11 that's why I always adjust my sensitivity via DPI settings.
Nixeus Revel looks really awesome. Too bad the DPI presets jumps from 400 to 800. frown.gif
post #1937 of 3560
Nothing bad will happen if you suddenly lower windows sensitivity. Unless you play games which still don't have direct input.
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post #1938 of 3560
Got my G Pro, tossed my Mionix Castor into the storage closet immediately. Makes the Castor feel like a floaty piece of garbage.
post #1939 of 3560
Well yes...

Tossed everything in the closet as well when I got my Revel. It's amazing how one can suddenly decide so easily on a mouse once you get proper performance in a desired shape.

I can imagine people with the G Pro feeling the same tongue.gif

@ENZOxWOLF

For ambidexterous:

G Pro > Revel >>>>>>>> ... the rest.

Unless you're of course that strange person that can hold a G303 without pain.

That and I'm personally boycotting Razer because, who in God's name does this to their product, nerfing your hardware with your software:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1563813/somewhat-objectively-evaluating-sensor-responsiveness/130#post_24187957
http://www.overclock.net/t/1563813/somewhat-objectively-evaluating-sensor-responsiveness/140#post_24188758
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post #1940 of 3560
After alot of gaming and getting used to.. i learned to love this mouse. Yes zowie glides alot better.. but maybe this feets are made for controll? Atleast it feels like it for Me. Im using zowie gs-r mousepad and i love the combo! I love the feel and the clicks of the mouse and i do believe my aim is even better now.. i didnt like the mouse at all in the beginning but now i wouldnt change it for any other mouse.. even the braided cable feels better and softer after some days.. but yeah i wish it was a rubber One (the only problem with the mouse). and yes this will replace my lovely ec2-a! Now i will get back and pwn some more rank s! (And btw this bs logitech g saying we worked with our pro gamers. Most be bs! Noone would had approved a braided cable for gaming..) i give 9/10! Atleast give it some days guys. Its an awesome mouse after getting used too
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