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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-04-2019, 05:18 AM - Thread Starter
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SS Rival 600 Vs Razer Viper Ultralight Wired

I just bought the SS Rival 600 and didn't take notice on the Razer, would you say I would happy with that mice? I don't like Razer and Logitech, they started to show me signs of fails and many weird failures.

Would you say the 600 better than the razer?

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I am pretty sure the Viper is a Rival 600 rip off.

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I don't want to sound rude but outside of it being mice those two have little to nothing in common when it comes to basic features, measures, weight etc.

No one can answer that but yourself after you used both for some time.
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I am pretty sure the Viper is a Rival 600 rip off.
also the only common feature they have is that they are both mice.

rival 600 is a mediocre moues, which op might like, but viper is a better product in every aspect.
razer tend to produce one worthy product in 5 years, and viper is one of them.
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also the only common feature they have is that they are both mice.

rival 600 is a mediocre moues, which op might like, but viper is a better product in every aspect.
razer tend to produce one worthy product in 5 years, and viper is one of them.

Isn't the Sensor on the 600 is way better than the Razer? All I am sad about is the switches but on a review, he said the clicking is better on the mouse.

Well, I hope it will be alright. I just want to throw this Logitech G502 crap out of the window, had enough from their drivers, issues, double click, a sensor without Life-Off setting or moues pad calibration because of lightspeed mouse pad charging..... do a sensor that has this setting without charging.



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Quote: Originally Posted by numberfive View Post
also the only common feature they have is that they are both mice.

rival 600 is a mediocre moues, which op might like, but viper is a better product in every aspect.
razer tend to produce one worthy product in 5 years, and viper is one of them.
They are different products aimed at different markets serving different purposes. the Razer is not "a better product in every aspect."

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The Rival 600 was my main for the good part of a year after it came out. I found it to be a very good shape. Only complaint was that the side grip eventually started peeling off during summer (this is very common on SS mice) however I was able to get full replacement modular sides for free from SS when that happened. I can't really go back to it now that I'm so used to lighter mice but I found it to be very good for the time I was using mice in the 90-100g range.

If you were using the old G502 before you'll probably enjoy the Rival 600, since you were using a heavier mouse before and aren't used to the ultralight stuff yet.

The Viper is a very different mouse, it's smaller, much lighter and ambidextrous. I have no doubt that it's an excellent mouse, the cable is supposed to be very good too, however Synapse 3 is a god awful piece of software...

I don't think you need to regret buying the Rival 600. Just play with it for a while and see how you like it. You can always buy the Viper later if you want to try it. Maybe there will even be some discounts on Black Friday.

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Quote: Originally Posted by x7007 View Post
Isn't the Sensor on the 600 is way better than the Razer? All I am sad about is the switches but on a review, he said the clicking is better on the mouse.


no, the sensor is not better. and it even cannot be "way better". nothing is getting "way better" than not so young 3360, even 3389 and variations are unnoticeably better.

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They are different products aimed at different markets serving different purposes. the Razer is not "a better product in every aspect."
no, those are both modern gaming mice from 2 vendors with the biggest mouse market share (after logitech), appealing to the same audience.

the only distinctive feature of rival 600 is the customizable weight. both market them as a mouse for competitive fps players.

and viper is better as a mouse for fps players (unless you hate the shape)

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