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n0thing hasn't been good compared to the competiton even with the g100s tbh

Does he still use a hard pad? I really can't see how anyone can be consistent on one. I played with Func 1030s and Ratpadz way back in the day and while I could pull of some miraculous shots, the slightest amount of nerves and my aim would go to ****.
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Does he still use a hard pad? I really can't see how anyone can be consistent on one. I played with Func 1030s and Ratpadz way back in the day and while I could pull of some miraculous shots, the slightest amount of nerves and my aim would go to ****.

yes he does, he uses the logitech hard pad - could hear it scratching the crap out of his mouse skates yesterday on stream while he was tearing everyone a new one
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Ino: why do you prefer ambi mice?

Because they fit my preferred grip better. I'm not comfortable with ergo mice anymore.
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NO don't use a wire stripper for this.

I use a a medical scalpel which you can exchange the cutting tip. When you first use the scalpel make sure you start cutting the black nylon hair, which it starts to resemble.

Don't cut to deeply because you will damage the cable easily. Once you start cutting around the cable to free the nylon braiding then it gets easier to remove it from the rubber cable. Give it time and move slowly as you start peeling away the black nylon braiding.

What ever you do don't rush this, it's a time consuming operation so take care when you start this.

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Wire cutters would be pretty dangerous as you might cut the cable. I used a razer blade that goes in a utility knife. Sharp fine scissors or an X-acto would be the same.

I saw/cut each braid away from the wire (so not to cut into wire), unbraid some then cut them and unbraid more. This way I did not worry about having to buy another cable.

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"ergonomic" mice typically have a much smaller side on the side opposite the thumb and that side is often slanted to have your finger push down, away from your hand and onto the mouspad, which is less than ideal if you pick up the mouse frequently, like all low sensitivity FPS players do. If you grip that side with your ring finger, then ambi mice are usually better because they have a larger side for you to grip and the side is usually either flat or slanted up to allow you your finger to pull up to pull the mouse securely into your hand.
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"ergonomic" mice typically have a much smaller side on the side opposite the thumb and that side is often slanted to have your finger push down, away from your hand and onto the mouspad, which is less than ideal if you pick up the mouse frequently, like all low sensitivity FPS players do. If you grip that side with your ring finger, then ambi mice are usually better because they have a larger side for you to grip and the side is usually either flat or slanted up to allow you your finger to push up to push the mouse securely into your hand.



The only thing I dislike about ambi mice is a lot of times your ring finger sits further out than the pinky due to the ) ( shape if gripped more towards the front. Feels unnatural, and with some mice is bad enough to cause finger pain.

I wish more ambidextrous mice were egg-shaped like this one will be. A larger one would be nice though. thumb.gif
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He has had some games where he single handedly won for his team but overall he is very average because of his inconsistency.
imo during those games/maps where he's going off, it appears as if he were the best player in the world
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Yeah if you really want to talk about awkward sensor positioning...

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/optical-mice,381-7.html

I used one of those for at least a year. Must have been playing CS 1.1 or 1.3 back then.
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Yeah if you really want to talk about awkward sensor positioning...

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/optical-mice,381-7.html

I used one of those for at least a year. Must have been playing CS 1.1 or 1.3 back then.

I used that mouse for years as well, basically my first optical mouse. I still have it somewhere I think. I bought the first WMO/IE/whatever it was back then (the Agilent-sensor version) but I couldn't use it at all since the malfunction speed was much lower than what I could achieve with a ball mouse. Dual optical was a very good mouse. thumb.gif
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