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hmm then it depends on what games he plays. RTS games should not be affected by prediction. That is my guess.
Yes, they can.
Then only RTS with relatively small units are. Some uber pros in WC3 use Krait and Diamonback but okay, better buy one without prediction to be sure.
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Then only RTS with relatively small units are. Some uber pros in WC3 use Krait and Diamonback but okay, better buy one without prediction to be sure.
What is RTS ?
post #23 of 49
DeathAdders are good but they have lots of problems. I have many friends that like the mouse so much, that every time they break they are willing to do a lot to replace it with a new one.

Though some people have a limit. One of my friends has gone through 3 (not a record by any means). He's not happy.

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Last question :
the abyssus and the DA v2 got the same sensor?
yes.

clown is right the Razer DeathAdder 3G has a failure rate unlike any other. I know a guy who has gone through 6! but he keeps coming back because of the sensor. people are always talking about how thick the shells on Logitech mice are but I have never seen a shell of any thickness snap in two pieces, Logitech and Razer use the same microswitches so I think it comes down to the USB cable the ones Razer use are unique because they are thin and create less cable drag but this comes at the expense of durability.
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the only problem with the Avago 3688 optical sensor in the Razer DeathAdder 3G is the high lift-off distance but this can be lowered by applying a piece of scotch tape to the sensor lens.
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clown is right the Razer DeathAdder 3G has a failure rate unlike any other. I know a guy who has gone through 6! but he keeps coming back because of the sensor. .
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Now im confused
The mouse has a great sensor, but the build quality is...questionable.

Some swear by their first Deathadder but many end up going through 2 or more.
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Now im confused
about?
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about?
You are opposing ur self?
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You are opposing ur self?
no. the reason I didn't mention build quality or ergonomics is because I don't think they are relevant. many people set ergonomics as a priority when purchasing a mouse but I believe performance should be a higher priority because if you don't have the performance all you have is a paper weight. alot of mice use the same microswitches, scroll wheels, plastics, etc so really it comes down to the performance of the sensor. don't forget Razer is the company that started the marketing scheme for claw, finger and palm grips. regarding build quality this is something that may or may not happen to your Razer DeathAdder 3G, it's not a guarantee fail I am sure there are people that bought a Razer DeathAdder 3G from late 2006 or early 2007 that is still working.
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no. the reason I didn't mention build quality or ergonomics is because I don't think they are relevant. many people set ergonomics as a priority when purchasing a mouse but I believe performance should be a higher priority because if you don't have the performance all you have is a paper weight. alot of mice use the same microswitches, scroll wheels, plastics, etc so really it comes down to the performance of the sensor. don't forget Razer is the company that started the marketing scheme for claw, finger and palm grips. regarding build quality this is something that may or may not happen to your Razer DeathAdder 3G, it's not a guarantee fail I am sure there are people that bought a Razer DeathAdder 3G from late 2006 or early 2007 that is still working.
Ok.. Then im prerry sure im gonna buy the Deathadder 3G (i can find it) anyway what pad should i use if i buy the DA 3G? (i want a pad that will stay for long time)
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