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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    own the corsair M60 , decent mouse. Although you can get the new M65 for about the same price, but thats with higher dpi (8200). All depends on what you prefer, "feel" of the mouse is an important factor. You can probably try out a few in stores.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    You'll find that everyone has their own preference, but I'd say that the most important consideration to make is if you want to 'claw' or 'palm' grip your mouse. Razer have a guide for this here.

    Personally I have the Logitech G700 and in my opinion you can't go wrong with Logitech's G-series mice. Any extra buttons on the side are useful for most games - I have prone, crouch, kit gadgets etc. on these in BF3 for example.

    Edit: Oh, I've just noticed this is an old thread bumped - you've probably already bought it!

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I currently use a SteelSeries Sensei Raw (black rubberised coating) for FPS gaming.

    It's a nice product -- I'd have no qualms about recommending it to others.

    The shape is symmetrical -- it can be used by left or right handed persons. In fact, in many respects, it reminds me of the Microsoft "Intelli-Mouse" 1.1 shape in terms of feels in the hand. (That's a good thing in my opinion.) I believe it would suit any grip style, although my own is mostly "claw" or a "soft claw".

    It has two main buttons, 2 extra buttons on both the left and right sides, and a scroll wheel (which can also be pressed as a "button"). The lighting and sensitivity settings are fully customisable via very simple software. (I personally turn off the lighting, but this is down to personal preference.)

    The availability of a low-key/tasteful mousemat and keyboard (e.g., 6GV2) to go with it is a bonus.
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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I've got myself a Logitech G9 and it really suits me (Once I configured the refresh rate a dpi). But I'm thinking of getting a Logitech G400 or G500 when this one goes pop, I really like that MX518 feel that they have, ah... the good old days.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    i would recomend any roccat products they do gaming mouse, keyboards, headsets and stuff like that
    iv got there first gaming mouse (roccat kone) and its the best mouse iv ever had well recomend them

    there newer gaming mouse can work well with there keyboards so if u play a game alot u can set up a profile and both mouse and keyboard will chat to each other have a read up about it

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I use a Steelseries Ikari Laser mouse on a glass Ice Mat. In FPS games I find this set up allows for fast mouse movement and also because the base is flared on the right hand side I can drop my little finger down to contact both the mat and the mouse to quickly stabilise for focusing on headshots etc and then go back to rapid movement. I do find that the left button does seem to wear after a while (I'm currently on my third) and although its still a perfectly serviceable mouse it does become a bit hit and miss for FPS gaming. Hope this info helps.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Corsair M60 is a pretty nifty device!

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I use a Logitech G400, It's a great mouse and looks simple which I like a lot.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I can also vouch for the SteelSeries Sensei Raw (Also Rubberised).

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I'd also recommend the g400 although logitech have brought out a new range of Gx00s models which you might wanna check out

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Go for the RAT 5 from Cyborg. Been using it for about 6 months now and it has been really good. It has a high sensitivity and you can customize the buttons using their program.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I use the Cyborg M.M.O 7 and love it but mice I find to be very much down to personal preference. Adjustable more or less everything on the mmo7 helps a lot (Thumb, Palm, Little Finger, Weight).

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I adore my Razer DeathAdder, simple can't beat it.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Higher DPI is not always better imo.

    Mice are a thing thats best suited to the user. If you have big hands you would want to natually opt for a larger mouse. I have currently used Zowie AM (made my hand ache for being too small!), Zowie EC2 Evo (awesome most but again could do with it being slightly larger), MS 3.0 (legendary mouse but technology is now old), steelseries Ikari (what a cheap heap of cr*p) and the Razer Deathadder 2012. Out of all of them the most comfortable is the Deathadder and best quality.

    If it was me, I would opt for the Deathadder 2013.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    A lot of it depends on the grip you use. I personally have a Zowie Mico which is teeny tiny, but ideal for the way I use my mouse.

    Although i am very tempted to buy a Kinzu to compare it to, braided cable and better switches would be nice.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by Willzzz View Post
    A lot of it depends on the grip you use. I personally have a Zowie Mico which is teeny tiny, but ideal for the way I use my mouse.

    Although i am very tempted to buy a Kinzu to compare it to, braided cable and better switches would be nice.
    Braided cable is so much better. Tried a Razer DA without braided and it just felt naked and of less quality... like the cable would break or something.

    Man, I cant believe how many mice ive used. Anyone would think that I have commitment issues!

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