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post #21 of 2480 (permalink) Old 09-30-2011, 02:20 AM
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Great comparison however I 've one question.

I read on razerfan forums that new ver. of Deathadders (3.5G) have some troubbles on soft mats(QCK) like small ammount of acceleration, and much lower malfunction speed then the 3G. Have you ever experienced something like this?

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Hey ! Very nice article.

I'd like to know, what's the better DPI to use with the DA 1800 version ? I'm a very low sens player so if I go for 1800dpi, I must switch my windows sens to 3/11. What about the drivers ? Should I take the last one ?

Thanks.

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Hey ! Very nice article.

I'd like to know, what's the better DPI to use with the DA 1800 version ? I'm a very low sens player so if I go for 1800dpi, I must switch my windows sens to 3/11. What about the drivers ? Should I take the last one ?

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I couldn't find disadvantages on any of the DPI-steps.

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Great comparison however I 've one question.

I read on razerfan forums that new ver. of Deathadders (3.5G) have some troubbles on soft mats(QCK) like small ammount of acceleration, and much lower malfunction speed then the 3G. Have you ever experienced something like this?

Never heard of or experienced anything like this on the 2 3.5G Deathadders I have and I only use soft mats.

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What kind of skates would you guys recommend for the DA BE?

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Hey ! Very nice article.

I'd like to know, what's the better DPI to use with the DA 1800 version ? I'm a very low sens player so if I go for 1800dpi, I must switch my windows sens to 3/11. What about the drivers ? Should I take the last one ?

Thanks.

The 1,800 dpi setting has the best perfect control speed and tracks the best. I would use this setting, and if possible, use 6/11.

Drivers is a touchy subject. Some people have supposedly killed their mice by using them while I haven't had any problems installing them in the 10 deathadders I've had/sold/made into kinzuadders.

If you like prediction use the DC (drift control) versions. I use 1.39 NDC and I couldn't be happier.

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What kind of skates would you guys recommend for the DA BE?


The DA:BE comes with thick, excellent skates. I wouldn't replace them at all.

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The DA:BE comes with thick, excellent skates. I wouldn't replace them at all.

I noticed that they seemed adequate, but I was told on another there'd to throw more on top. Until I'm tearing holes in my mousepad, I think I'll stay stock.

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I threw some Hyperglides on my BE, but I put them right over top of the stock ones. I had a set laying around, so I figured why not.

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Great comparison however I 've one question.

I read on razerfan forums that new ver. of Deathadders (3.5G) have some troubbles on soft mats(QCK) like small ammount of acceleration, and much lower malfunction speed then the 3G. Have you ever experienced something like this?

Hey buddy, I use the QCK and I haven't noticed any acceleration from the 3.5G. You should be fine if you purchase the mouse.

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Got my DA:BE today. It's a lot more comfortable than my MX518 was. biggrin.gif The rubber grips are way better too, and it feels so much better having a matte top as opposed to glossy.

Only problem I came into so far as the driver causing BSODs! No matter, I configured it the way I wanted to and uninstalled that junk so I'm set.
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