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post #11 of 42
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Originally Posted by ipkpjersi View Post

Do we know for sure that the DeathAdder Elite uses the D2FC-F-7N(30M)? I'm genuinely curious.

D2FC-F-K(50M)-RZ, not familiar with the -K or the -RZ

source: http://cdn.overclock.net/5/5a/5af0c128_DSC00051.jpeg
Edited by sirneb - 12/29/16 at 9:35am
post #12 of 42
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That Hori looks really cool, surprised I don't see it mentioned more.

I lost patience researching online... I am losing money by reading about mice instead of working so I just ordered all the models I'm interested in. They never last anyway:

Zowie FK2 - Always wanted to try a Zowie and this shape looks like it was made for me.
SteelSeries Rival 300 - The rest of their line is either laser or gimmicky
Logitech G303 - People on here compare literally everything to this and majority seem to think it's mechanically superior to 403/Pro... So I had to buy one
Nixeus Revel - This is what I was going to get before I saw all the mushy click stories

Will post a "shootout" if any interested... and probably even if nobody is interested
Edited by t0xx1k - 12/29/16 at 9:52am
post #13 of 42
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Originally Posted by t0xx1k View Post

That Hori looks really cool, surprised I don't see it mentioned more.

I lost patience researching online... I am losing money by reading about mice instead of working so I just ordered all the models I'm interested in. They never last anyway:

Zowie FK2 - Always wanted to try a Zowie and this shape looks like it was made for me.
SteelSeries Rival 300 - The rest of their line is either laser or gimmicky
Logitech G303 - People on here compare literally everything to this and majority seem to think it's mechanically superior to 403/Pro... So I had to buy one
Nixeus Revel - This is what I was going to get before I saw all the mushy click stories

Will post a "shootout" if any interested... and probably even if nobody is interested

The hori is kinda big and a little heavy, else I'd be using it over everything else
post #14 of 42
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Originally Posted by Zeper View Post

Sensei raw, A lot of pro gamers use their as their prefered mouse due to it's safe shape and really good clicks. I have no problems with this sensor but when I used the original sensei it skipped a lot

One of my more recent mice was G9X, and I don't think I will ever purchase laser again, however I love the Sensei shape.

It's interesting that the Sensei had great clicks but it seems to be a big flaw in Sensei copies from different brands. I wonder which tweaks need to be applied.
post #15 of 42
I hate my g303's clicks
post #16 of 42
The clicks on my Nixeus Revel are as nice as my G303's clicks. They are slightly heavier though, but every bit as crisp.
Revels buttons have no slop and unnoticeable pre-travel. Quality of the mouse is so nice, I can't believe I paid $30 for it.
post #17 of 42
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Originally Posted by PBaF View Post

The clicks on my Nixeus Revel are as nice as my G303's clicks. They are slightly heavier though, but every bit as crisp.
Revels buttons have no slop and unnoticeable pre-travel. Quality of the mouse is so nice, I can't believe I paid $30 for it.

Revel clicks are no where near logitech mechanical clicks, its night and day.

The 1 thing I don't like about revel is the clicks, they are just so much worse then my G pro and G403.
This with LMB,RMB.

Sidebuttons are in a league of their own about being bad biggrin.gif
post #18 of 42
3360 sensor, and steelseries could take the market. To late two companies already did this(Nixeus and DM1)
. I totally forgot about this. the G400 has amazing cord and clicks
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post #19 of 42
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Revel clicks are no where near logitech mechanical clicks, its night and day.

Not on my unit. The clicks are outstanding. Just as good as my G303, and I have had 2 303's.
Got a drawer full of mice, the Revel clicks are tied for 1st.
Edited by PBaF - 12/29/16 at 12:20pm
post #20 of 42
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Originally Posted by shaiaz View Post

The best clicks I've ever had was on the hori edge 101, very underrated mouse.
Too bad the switches wear out in a month of light use...
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