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post #21 of 42
My cheap mouse recommendations that I've used are the g100s and the evga x5 (now, it didn't used to be that cheap, but is like 25$ on amazon recently), but I have heard decent to good things about the Zalman m600r, evga x3, and Azio Exo. All of those mice are cheaper than the Rival 100, and technically better in some or even most ways. The Rival 100 might be a decent cheap mouse, but it is expensive for what it is which is a very budget mouse imo at least and unless you are entirely in love with the shape or something there are probably better options for cheaper. Even if you are in love with the shape the Azio may be a good option as it is somewhat similar in shape or at least the closest of those mice, and is nearly 1/2 the price.

Edit: Also I should say the ones I haven't used is basically my list of mice I want to try, but can't bring myself to buy even though they are cheap because I'm pretty certain I wouldn't use them over my g303. If you can get a g303 cheap that is definitely an excellent mouse for the price, but try the shape first or make sure you can return it because I guess many many people have trouble with the shape. I love it though.
Edited by chr1spe - 8/29/16 at 12:58pm
post #22 of 42
Thread Starter 
Looking for more feedback.
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post #24 of 42
price for the x5 optical is nice ... good mouse
post #25 of 42
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Originally Posted by Twiffle View Post

Rival 100 was fine the first month for me but now the sensor is malfunctioning . Sometimes when I swipe the sensor seems to skip lots of frames or something like that.. same thing I experienced with my EVGA X5 :s . Other than that Rival 100 is really great @500DPI/CPI whichever term they use for it nowadays.

Sounds like an issue with your setup there.

To OP, Torq X5 is $25 on Amazon right now, ten less than the Rival 100 and you get a better sensor implementation out of it. Only iffy bit would be the shape but it's arguably the best budget mouse right now.
post #26 of 42
Thread Starter 
Torq X5 and G303 are not available in my country.
post #27 of 42
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Originally Posted by djdelarosa25 View Post

Torq X5 and G303 are not available in my country.

which country are you buying in?
post #28 of 42
Thread Starter 
The Philippines.
post #29 of 42
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Originally Posted by djdelarosa25 View Post

The Philippines.

https://dynaquestpc.com/product/logitech-g90-usb-optical-gaming-mouse/

Asia only version of the G100s, much cheaper. thumb.gif
post #30 of 42
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Originally Posted by SmashTV View Post

Sounds like an issue with your setup there.

To OP, Torq X5 is $25 on Amazon right now, ten less than the Rival 100 and you get a better sensor implementation out of it. Only iffy bit would be the shape but it's arguably the best budget mouse right now.
With my setup? The setup is brand new and don't have that skipping on DA, FK1, ZA11,Rival 100, G100s,CM Storm Alcor or with my KPM :s
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