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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 11:24 AM - Thread Starter
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Mousepad help, i have 2 hours left :P

Hello OCN members,

I need better pad thats suites more my style.
Ok i have many many mousepad, but heres my quick mindset:
Qck Heavy and Razer Gigantus, nice pads but to much friction for me. I do get sore arms xD if thats a thing
Razer goliathus, smooth pad but not the right stopping power for me.
Hard pads are nice, but what i miss is stopping power again.
Hybrid pads are nice, but mostly they support 1 year and then they quit producing that mousepad.

So i use the Zowie GTF-x, the bottom could be bit more grippy on my glass table.
But i like stiched edges and the surfaces, only the stopping power i need a little bit more.

So if i gonna buy a Zowie gs-r, it should be more stopping power and little less speed. But more speed then QCK Heavy and Gigantus?

Whats your opinion GTF-x to Gs-r?
I know im nitpicking im just a nerd gamer and i need the right surfaces otherwise i gonna irritating xD

Thanks for your help!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 12:20 PM
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Grippy on glass table? Artisan.
Smooth with "right" stopping power? Artisan zero. They also come with stitched edges now, but I didn't see my zero fray in 5 years.
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Artisan i never tried it. It's expensive i heard aswell
Thanks for your suggestions, but im almost to the right glide.
Changing course 360 degrees is in my situation not smart.

GTF-x need a bit more stopping power, guess Gs-r is the right one ? right..
Just say yes then i'll buy xD

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GS-R is a LOT of stopping power and initial friction, and it gets worse the more you sweat/humidity changes.
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Quote: Originally Posted by munchzilla View Post
GS-R is a LOT of stopping power and initial friction, and it gets worse the more you sweat/humidity changes.
Yes, if you don't like the Gigantus or QCK due to friction, you will really hate the GS-R.
The artisan pads mentioned above might be good, also QCK+ limited is low static friction but has some dynamic.

I personally just stick with GTF-X for mice with large mouse feet, and QCK+ Limitied for mice with small feet.
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Aaaaa thank you guys, you are more experienced in describing it.
Then im happy i not bought it yesterday evening.
I was so hyped, didn't do it

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