I want to buy new mous, but which one?



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10 days ago
tenglidnb Czech Republic
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Hi, I have difficulty selecting a mouse.
Would you guys reccomend me one?
Prize really doesn't matter. :)

As i looked up to some, i found SteelSeries Rival 600.

And final question: Optical or laser?
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10 days ago
Jump*it.spekt** United States
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I've been using logitech G403 for like 2 weeks now and it feels absolutely amazing, totally recommended
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10 days ago
<(*.*<)(^*.*^)(>*.*)>piecka Poland
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From 3years im using Logitech G502, Best mouse i ever had. (Tested steelseries Rival, Razer DeathAdder) And that Logitech is the best for me.
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10 days ago
Team [>V<] Kendo* Netherlands
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Maybe this can help you http://www.rocketjumpninja.com/top-40/
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10 days ago
tenglidnb Czech Republic
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Thanks for all answers. (heart)
It sure did Kendo, i measured my hand and compared it to few mices, the guy Zy has like the same size of hand as mine. :)
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10 days ago
\LULB1GB34RLUL/ Turkey
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Go with Zowie S line as it's an updated/newest batch from their product line-up. If it does not fit your hand, start looking into Logitech G Pro Wireless or any Logitech G series.

Try to avoid Razer and/or Finalmouse.
10 days ago
^monkaS slon >:[ Cuba
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steelseries rival 310 really good for me
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10 days ago
dokiii Germany
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I use zowie ec2-a good mouse
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10 days ago
pablo Poland
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I can recommend buying AMIGA DATALUX SV-704 Patent Pending. One of the best mouses on the market right now. I've been using it for a long time and it hasn't failed me yet.
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9 days ago
dokiii Germany
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Instead of using mausrad they used 1 2 3 4 to change their weapons, right?
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9 days ago
Expert Greece
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I've been using Razer Basilisk since August and I fucking love it. Perfect for fps, has on-board memory for use in other PCs without the need of razer synapse, up to 5 dpi settings and 5 profiles all saved on the board of the mouse.

Check it
https://www.razer.com/gaming-mice/razer-basilisk
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9 days ago
^THiNK#Laura Netherlands
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If money isn't an issue, logitech g900 is supposed to be really good. Wireless but no lags. Used by lots of pubg pros
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9 days ago
The Myth of r3ziner Finland
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Zowie mouses seems to be the most popular among CS:GO pros, I'd say 50% of them having a Zowie mouse. EC, FK and ZA models come with different sizes so its up to you what kind of grip you prefer or hand size you have. I personally have EC2-A and it has served me well for past years.
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9 days ago
LeMaGic majkiiEh <M.L> Sweden
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ZOWIE ZA12
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dealer Poland
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to be honest, any new mouse from steelseries, logitech, zowie is a good choice, there is no big difference if we talk about quality of the sensor, its all about setup of buttons and ergonomics of the mouse ( do you prefer symetric or no, large, small etc, do you have palm, claw tip grip), so choose the one which fit with your hand
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8 days ago
[v1G] TheGoog! Austria
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yea dealer said all important things. id reccoment to order somwehere where you can test the mouse and if it doesnt fit send it back and get your money back aswell eg amazon.

im using a roccat kone pure wich you either love or hate mainly because of the shape but it has the best mousewheel imo
8 days ago
dealer Poland
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exactly, good idea is to visit some shop or shopping centre and check which one you like
8 days ago
Example3 Name3 Poland
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As we're talking about mice devices.
I just bought a Mouse gaming A+ G7-Kotys, 4000 DPI.

My question is, is mouse pad an essential role for a proper aim and movement ? Of course it is but I am asking this cos, I've got an old mouse pad, and since my Mouse its new, I tend to think that it could be due to the mousepad, the current problem that I am having.

The issue is that, at times when I'm playing some battle royale games, or even cod 1.1 sometimes... I think there's a problem which comes with the sensor of the mouse, MY aim just flies into ceiling or just going up or fast forwards switching direction and making circles on the ground or up.

The sensor I think, might be too sensitive, so I might need a new mousepad. If so recommend a mousepad, or let me know if I made a really bad choice on buying this mouse. Though indeed, my aim is more precise with the new mouse, but I cannot play like this all the time.

Thank you!
8 days ago
fiavbr Germany
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Mousepad is important too, yeah.

But it's the same as mice, just use any mousepad, that is of your desired size and of "normal" condition and which design fits you.
Anything upwards 10€ from Razer, Logitech, Microsoft,.... is good enough.
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8 days ago
\LULB1GB34RLUL/ Turkey
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These mousepads last quite long:
Zowie G-SR
Glorious G-XXL
Steelseries Qck+
Steelseries Qck+ Heavy
CM Storm Swift-RX Large

Try to avoid hard pads if you can.

Besides that, gaming mice(s) come with LOD (Lift-off Distance low/medium/high), some cursors start moving when using 3 DVD's, some 2 and some 1. This literally depends on the sensor itself and most of the time it's configurable when the mice come with software. So, its either the LOD configuration that's set to low or mousepad/sensor dirt.

When it comes to the sensor... The best sensor for gaming is Optical or the HERO sensor from Logitech. According to some tests, laser causes negative/positive acceleration. So if you swipe your mice fast the starting point and ending point on your mousepad will be different compared to a slow swipe when looking at your cursor. As a gamer, you always want to have the same starting point and ending point of your cursor when doing swipes.

Here are some sensors that should not have either positive or negative mouse acceleration:
Hero Optical (Logitech sensor)
Pixart 3389
Pixart 3366
Pixart 3360
Pixart 3310

Also, if you get any mice with the sensors listed above, the tracking, LOD and movement won't be the same as a different brand with the same sensor. The design and sensor positioning of every mice differ from each other. Some manufacturers even apply some tweaks/modifications to the sensor to fit their sensor positioning.

Here are some points that make gaming mice perfect fit.
1. Something that fits you, size wise and grip wise. (personal preference)
2. Not too heavy, it should be between 60-90 grams (personal preference)
3. Optical sensor with not too much mouse smoothing and 1 on 1 precision
4. Wired mouse, if you are going to pick Logitech it can be wireless due to the in-house build wireless technology with zero latency (personal preference)

Here a small list of mice I have used in the past with good sensors and that would fit size wise (Small to Medium) and grip wise (relaxed claw):
Zowie ZA13
Zowie EC2-A
Zowie FK2
Logitech G303 (best mouse RIP)
Logitech G305
Logitech G Pro (still using)
Nixeus Revel
Finalmouse Ultralight Pro

Useful links:
https://www.reddit.com/r/MouseReview/
https://www.reddit.com/r/mousepad
http://www.rocketjumpninja.com/find-a-mouse/
7 days ago
Adiii Russian Federation
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SielienhaGomies, I have been using the Logitex MX518 mouse for a long time. I tried different surfaces, experimented with different materials, pressing force, sensitivity settings, etc. But only one option came under my arm: this is the use of an inverted piece of linoleum with insulation (flax). The mouse moves smoothly: without starting jerks, the sensor responds to a rather high raising of the mouse; the movement of the cursor is stable with respect to the movement of the mouse, the soft and tight pile levels off the effect of the uneven force and sharpness of the movement of the mouse.

This option is suitable for my gameplay, and for the position at the table when playing. The only thing that can make you sad is that your hands sometimes get tired, and mouse movements are very dependent on my physical condition, which is very variable))

This is the same linoleum as I have:

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4 days ago
Example3 Name3 Poland
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Oh Bigbear & Adii, thank you for your advises, I will keep that in mind and come back to this topic whenever I need some guidance in selecting a mousepad or even a mouse. ;) ;)
3 days ago
azure United Kingdom
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I have been using the Corsair M65 for a few years now and sometimes in game my little finger tends to cramp up. Is this cos the mouse isn't suited for my grip style? If so, any suggestions of a mouse that's less likely to cause this?

xo
3 days ago
|PsY| MaStA Germany
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wanted to try out a new mouse. just bought the gpro. used a deathadder before which is still fine. gpro feels really good even for giga ape hands like mine
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3 days ago
\LULB1GB34RLUL/ Turkey
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@azure

Ehm, it all depends on your grip style tbh. You can hold the M65 in different grip styles when I look at it depending on the hand size.

Look into
Zowie S Divina series
Zowie EC Divina series
Logitech G Pro or G Pro Wireless
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3 days ago
Nervvvv Poland
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You can trust BigBear, he tried them all
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3 days ago
\LULB1GB34RLUL/ Turkey
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Amen Jurek
3 days ago
qT* Israel
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@BigBear can you remove the god avatar picture please?
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3 days ago
dokiii Germany
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You do not need a good mouse, if QT explains or sends you a basic math, then you will become a pro in all ego shooters
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3 days ago
Nervvvv Poland
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Send me basic math, QT Please!
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3 days ago
dokiii Germany
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Unfortunately, there is no need to ask you the clever QT, you are still best friends for life
rest on peace
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3 days ago
Nervvvv Poland
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Thank you mr Yoda
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3 days ago
dokiii Germany
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thanks to my student Anakin Skywalker
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