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Hi OC community i am going to buy a DA 2013 and i am wondering what is the best mousepad i can get.
I play FPS (tf2,cod,bf3) and even for everyday applications.
I want to spend max 20 or maybe 30 euro ($35).
What do you recommend?
Thanks!
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oh thanks, i've seen and i make a list of three to decide it
goliathus speed
steelseries qck
puretrak talent
I'm upgrading from the sphex and i want something similar but cloth
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Which of these you suggest?
 

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I suggest getting an artisan hien. It's better than all three of those pads.

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Maybe a g-tf speed then? And if that's not available in italy, I'd get the puretrak talent.

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I found in the artisan site than the artisan hayate is avaiable to Italy, which is better?And you say they are more precise than the talent?
 

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I found in the artisan site than the artisan hayate is avaiable to Italy, which is better?And you say they are more precise than the talent?
The hayate is OK, but it collects a lot of dust in the surface fibers which increases static friction. It's still better than all the pads you listed though.

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Had been using a hardpad at first (SS 4HD) - was too loud and had been wearing away the feet too fast, glide wasn't smooth at all. At the moment using Goliathus Speed Alpha (non-fragged) - enjoing the performance but not the looks (would prefer a plain black surface, but the Qck is said to have more friction + no anti-stitch). It had been almost too slippery and uncontrollable the first couple of weeks, but now it has a bit more amount of friction which is optimal for me.
 

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IMO cloth pads are better for the DA since the feet are very thin. I'm using it on an aluminum pad, no problems yet but I'll be getting some extra feet soon.

Something like a Goliathus or Roccat Sense should be good enough.
 
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