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Originally Posted by SpykeZ View Post
When every peripheal I have owned, my brother has owned, and my friends have owned have broken in 2-4 weeks. Yes, they are that bad.
I used to be quite rough with my peripherals and my Madcatz PS2 controllers are the only ones still working.

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Originally Posted by mrjminer View Post
Best gaming mouse ever is the cheapest mouse you can find that:

1. Doesn't skip on whatever surface you plan to use it on
2. Glides smoothly/with little resistance on whatever surface you plan to use it on
3. Has DPI / sensitivity that goes as high as you plan to set it
4. Has DPI / sensitivity adjustments on the mouse that are easily used on-the-fly (if needed for whatever you're playing... like if you pick up a scout in CSS you might want to switch really quickly for a shot)
5. Doesn't cost a lot
6. Is a weight that allows you to move it and maintain the best control (this is where adjustable weight mice help... you can experiment with the different weight and see what gives you the best results)
7. Doesn't continue tracking at all / very much if you lift to move it often or if you lift to move in situations that could be game changing or result in death
8. Fits your hands with the most comfort
9. Has two - three side buttons accessible with thumb
10. Has a wheel with good resistance for switching weapons/items/whatever you have it set to 11. Tilt/click wheel if you use either, both are pretty awkward for gaming IMO

One thing you might notice is that, basically, every one of these is subjective or optional, other than #1 and #7 (these things could be measured). If you're spending $100 on a mouse to try to get something you're going to notice a difference in over a $40-$50 mouse, you might be interested in these high quality 6' HDMI cables I have...
While I might not notice the difference in how better the mouse is, this mouse is much more comfortable than any other mouse on the market for people with medium to large hands...
    
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 840 250GB Western Digital Black 1TB WD1002FAEX Seagate Barracuda 3TB ST3000DM001 Samsung Spinpoint EcoGreen 2TB 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Pioneer DVR-220LBKS Noctua NH-D14 Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1850rpm Corsair AF140 Quiet Edition 
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Arcitc Cooling Acclero Twin Turbo II Arch Linux x86-64, amdgpu BenQ G2220HD BenQ G2020HD 
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Ducky Shine III Year of the Snake, Cherry Blue Silverstone Strider Plus 600w CoolerMaster CM690 II Black and White SteelSeries Sensei Professional 
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