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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Corsair m60/m65 is amazing. My friend reckons his razer deathadder 2013 is better. If i was you i would buy a bunch of mice from amazon, try them out and send the rest back.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Razer deathadder. Classic and just re-released with higher dpi settings too.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Razer Deathadder^^ still loving it despite being old and ruggy

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Would have loved the new revamped Deathadder, sadly there appears to be no left handed version as yet, so the Steelseries Sensei was my choice.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    If you're looking for value for money I can personally recommend the corsair m40, I've had it for a few months now and I can only say great things about it!

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Being an owner of a Microsoft Intellimouse 3 and 4, Razer DeathAdder and a Roccat Kone XTD, I would recommend the Roccat Kone XTD. This mouse is perfect for MOBA, MMORPG and FPS. It has 12 buttons and can be doubled to 24(-1) buttons with the Easyshift feature. It’s a fully customisable mouse with a great host of useful features. You can even program the scrollwheel to a macro if you wanted. It has a ridiculous DPI range from 200-8200DPI (3200DPI is enough for me tbh)

    The build quality is fantastic and uses quality Japanese Omron switches (rated at 5 million clicks) with an insanely heavy duty scrollwheel (withstand up to 3.5KG).

    I would buy this mouse again because it’s so good, despite it’s high price tag.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I hate the RAT's.
    QPAD 5K
    Razer deathadder
    or my current mouse is so comfortable with a low dpi button the Func MS-3.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Oh and Roccat Kone is a great all rounder, well worth the price tag.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I used the Copperhead back in the days. What a supermouse that was!

    The logitec g5 was disappointing. Never really understood the gimick of adjustable weights.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Now using the razer lachesis. Don't feel 100% with it but still a good mouse.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I purchased the TeckNet X9800 as a cheap gaming mouse (plus I wanted 3 mouse buttons on the side to help with quite a few games) and it's not let me down so far....though it's only been 6 months so touch wood! It is a bit tacky and the weight doesn't feel right for the size/shape, after using other gaming mice you can tell that it's not the most high quality mouse but it gets the job done and the performance has been pretty top notch.

    Maybe I'm just a sucker for cheap mice but there's so many on Amazon I would love to try. Can't vouch for these at all but would love to use 'em!
    Redragon® Perdition (Who really needs 16400 DPI?!?!?)
    aLLreli M811Lu - Black
    Walsoon JS-X9 9D Sword Master X9

    The Cyborg Rat was good to me until the micro-switches wore out after a year, until that point it was responsive and felt nice to use while gaming (I always felt it was a bit on the small side though)

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    Logitech G700s, got it today, so ergonomic, tracks good and the wireless is literally lag free!

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    logitech g500s is awesome fits well in the hand, has an unlockable scroll wheel and goes upto 8000 dpi

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    I've recently purchased the Logitech G502 which reportedly has an amazing sensor, better than the G402 and the Razer Deathadder. I would recommend looking it up. Keep in mind that Logitech have an excellent track record when it comes to mice in terms of technology used, the build quality and value. The same cannot be said for Razer products. You could get the older Logitech G500 series for great value right now.

    I would advise against Roccat products as they feature some of the most incompetent sensors I've ever seen in a mouse.

    Corsair M60/M65 are great products and Mad Catz isn't bad either (if you're willing to shell out ridiculous amount of money on a mouse).

    PS: Don't go for wireless mice. Not only are they annoying (constantly need charging), they cannot compete with the response time of a wired mouse.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    After using the Logitech g600 for a few months i have to say its a little heavy, and wide. And I'm 6'4 so it's not like I have small hands!


    My friend had the razer naga wich was longer and lighter, so i would probably recommend that.

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    Re: Gaming mouse recommendations

    You need Razer DeathAdder Elite, best for FPS games, ofc if you like the shape.

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