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    Good mouse for FPS games

    Hello there,

    I'm going to buy a new mouse and I need some advices. I wanted to get a Razer DA Respawn, but I've read new Philips's 3,5k DPI sensor in this mouse is not good at all and the same goes for Abyssus... Now I'm confused and hope that you guys will recommend me a good purchase
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    mx518 enough said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapientia View Post
    mx518 enough said
    This.

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    Have only bad experience with razer mice.

    Logitech G9x atm. Satisfied with it.

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    From years of using and experimenting with other mouse, I'd have to agree with the above mention. I recommend Logitech MX518, Logitech G9x or Razer DeathAdder for FPS games. I've used all three over the years and they're all great for the price you pay.

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    well i have owned the razer mamba, diamondback, naga, etc spent lots of money on these types of mice and tbh i dont think any of them are anywhere near as good as the mx518 :> logitech g400 i think is the name is also a nice one.
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    Razer diamonback = perfect for ET, not so much for others.


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    http://fearless-assassins.com/topic/...wet-by-bosshk/

    Read especially the Hardware[Mouse] section if you are looking for new mouse for FPS games.

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    I say this... (great site, not only for this topic)

    And get a optical one, even if they don't have 5700dpi (which is gimmick)
    Be careful with setting the DPI they only work at certain DPI values. Even if you can raise it by 1 dpi at the time, it will still be pulled to the closed possible DPI value. Look up for what steps your sensor works optimal, for the g500/g9x you should take steps of 90dpi (is for all the avago 9500 sensors).

    It's still optical > laser
    Some optical mice: Deathadder 3G and 3.5G, logitech mx518, logitech g400, zowie am, ms intellimouse 1.1 and 3.0

    STAY AWAY from the philips twin eye lasers, they are currently the biggest fail in mice history.

    Last step is knowing which grip you have, palm, claw, fingertip,... Good tutorial can be found here: http://www.razerzone.com/mouseguide/ergonomic

    Others things you can consider are the center of gravity, position of the sensor, coating of mouse (slippery?), the gliders, position of buttons and click sensitivity of the mouse1 and mouse2 buttons. These are all less important though, sensor should make for the decision.

    TL;DR get a mouse that fits your grip and don't look at DPI settings and all the other nonsense, just make sure the sensor in it is great.

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