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Mionix Naos 5000 or 3200?

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Which should I get. I dont really care for the price but i dont mind saving some money of course. is there really much of a noticeable difference in performance between the two. Are the adjustable weights even that great? Whats your opinion
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Explanation of Mionix Naos 3200 sensor
I would go for the Mionix Naos 5000, as it has the better sensor (same as those in the Xai, G9x, G500, and Kone[+]).
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Do note, that you don't HAVE to run the 5000 at such a high DPI. While you probably know that, I've seen a good few people fail to understand that. Hell, upgrading from a 1600 DPI mouse to my 6000 DPI Kone+ was absolutely terrifying until I backed it down to 3200 DPI. I'm sitting at 2200 DPI right now, which feels great, but I plan to experiment.
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I just got my Naos 5000 last week and absolutely love it...the most comfortable mouse I have ever put my hand on. I got it over the 3200 for 2 reasons.....1) The sensor (I'm coming from a G9x) and 2) the DPI adjustment is more adjustable in the 5000. The 3200 only has 3 choices 800/1600/3200, where the 5000 is infinitely adjustable.

I don't run mine at max DPI settings...Mine is setup in 1200 steps (1200-2400-3600). I usually run it at 2400 though.
Edited by turbocharged - 12/26/10 at 10:22am
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post #5 of 7
I love my Mionix 5000 and would definitely recommend that, running 5000 DPI with all 8 weights installed.
Edited by the.FBI - 12/26/10 at 10:24am
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That amount of dpi is pointless. I had the kone plus and 6000 dpi was stupid fast. No way can anyone play fps with that.
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Originally Posted by dmxdex2020;11781721 
That amount of dpi is pointless. I had the kone plus and 6000 dpi was stupid fast. No way can anyone play fps with that.

I do believe the whole point is to set a high DPI and lower in-game sensitivity, for "better" accuracy. Even though I can never tell the difference. I just use 800 DPI on my G500. LoL
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