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post #31 of 65
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I'd avoid the Sphex for any mouse.

Bummer ... the Sphex from what I can tell has the exact same texture as my current mouse pad and I love it ...

Guess I will get the Goliathus ... lol
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post #32 of 65
umm i really dont think gettin a gaming mouse is worth it most decent laser mice are good enough for gaming and tbh i dont think these advanced gaming mice make a differance from my experience using them, i use a cheap old logitech one xD
post #33 of 65
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Originally Posted by snoogins View Post
I have a deathadder, don't do it..... mx500/10/18 if you have to, otherwise a nice g500? Some steelseries... just no deathadder... I have one now and its the worst ever, even as the black edition.

They may look/feel nice, but their drivers are the worst ever.....
what? are you sure u didnt install the wrong drivers? I never experienced any problems whatsoever
post #34 of 65
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Originally Posted by Hatakescreams View Post
umm i really dont think gettin a gaming mouse is worth it most decent laser mice are good enough for gaming and tbh i dont think these advanced gaming mice make a differance from my experience using them, i use a cheap old logitech one xD
I doubt you are a progamer or someone who requires precision when working with computers then

theres few things more annoying than losing a game because the mouse cant track fast enough or isn't precise enough

Learn that some people might have different needs than you
post #35 of 65
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Originally Posted by Emissary of Pain View Post
Bummer ... the Sphex from what I can tell has the exact same texture as my current mouse pad and I love it ...

Guess I will get the Goliathus ... lol
Well, no need to take my word as the truth... I was at my very best when I was using my $10 Labtec optical mouse on a piece of paper taped to my desk several years back.
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I doubt you are a progamer.

I dunno bout him but I know that I am no progammer ... I just want a decent mouse after all these years ... lol
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post #37 of 65
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Originally Posted by Emissary of Pain View Post
How good is the CM Spawn ... I am a bit hesitant as I can't find any good reviews on it ...

http://www.esreality.com/?a=post&id=2013210#postform

There's mixed feelings and apperantly CM screwed up the drivers on firmware 108a

Although, once that's fixed there shouldn't be a problem since the sensor is top of the line when it comes to optical performance.

Side note: I wouldn't trust any hardware sites that don't specifically specialize in mice. More than likely the guy reviewing the product doesn't know crap about sensor performance and gloats or complains about how high or low the DPI is.
post #38 of 65
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I was at my very best when I was using my $10 Labtec optical mouse on a piece of paper taped to my desk several years back.
... NOW THAT IS CLASSIC ... hahahahahaha ...

I actually would take the majority rules approach as my gaming mouse experience is rather lacking ... lol ...

If I was just goin 2 follow my gut I wouldn't have posted this ... lol
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post #39 of 65
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Originally Posted by Emissary of Pain View Post
I dunno bout him but I know that I am no progammer ... I just want a decent mouse after all these years ... lol
Well if you want something thats precise and won't lose tracking then, you should get a gaming mouse like the deathadder. A "cheap logitech mouse" won't give you that if thats what you are asking for thats all im saying

btw the deathadder should track great on both soft and hardpads

post #40 of 65
Hey dude, I would suggest the Logitech G500 or MX518 hey, pretty decent mice for there price.
However, you might want to consider a few other options like A4 Tech X7 (I have had 2 and they pwn)

Maybe even gigabyte mouse range?

Anyway, if you need prices, shoot me a PM and i'll sort you out with decent prices... yes, in R amounts
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