My G3 is basically dead now, I can't even play games correctly because it's skipping frames when I move it too fast and it lags when I move it too slow. So I guess it's time for a new mouse after three years, and I can't decide what mouse to use.
Right now, I play with 6/11 Window Sens, 1.8 Sens on CS:S, with 400DPI. I don't think window sens matters because it's cancelled out when in-game.
Since my three choices have like 3.5k or more DPI, would it be possible to retain my 1.8 Sens on CS:S while having 3.5k or more DPI without my mouse changing speed, but instead a smoother movement?
If you have any other choices, please recommend them to me. Money should not be a problem but I wouldn't want to spend over $80 on a mouse.
You should go with a Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance or Sentinel Z3R0-G.
Eventualy a SpeedLink Kudos, Prestigio PMSG1, Ozone Smog. Great mice for FPS.
And btw 1.8 sens x 400 dpi = 0,2 sens x 3600 dpi as for the mouse speed, but 0,2 x 3600dpi is much more precise.
Same mouse speed, more precision.
You are a low sense player which means you move your mouse really fast - you need a mouse with a high tracking speed.
Oh thanks for clearing up how the sensitivity and dpi varies, so it varies directly.
And thanks for those recommendations, I'll check them out.
Anyone else have recommendations?
There's really no "best", it just depends on which feels best for you. I have a G9 (same as G9X just slightly different specs) and it does me just fine, pretty good mouse and I love having the profile switcher right there by my left click...for example, it makes changing sensitivity for on foot or in vehicle in BF3 a breeze, almost 2nd nature. Best thing you can do is go to a local store and get a feel for them in your hand...as for sensitivity setting wise, you can fine tune it to how you want, just set the DPI high and set it in-game or in windows to fine tune it to how you like it...or just use a lower DPI and fine tune from there. Razer likely has more customizeable sensitivity settings though, last razer I had was a copperhead so I'm not sure how far their software has come since then
I think it's best to drive to a local store and try what they have on display to get a feel for the mouse. Using the wrong mouse for your hand type is a guarantied discomfort. As a gamer look for a mouse that has a usb pulling rate between 500Hz ~ 1000Hz and a DPI button on the mouse. I'm pretty sure everyone already said this information, but I'm board. :P
I have both the Logitech G9x and the Razer Deathadder.
I bought the deathadder only recently because it was the best recommanded mouse for RTS games ( starcraft 2) but i came back to my G9X because I had a tendinitis during the 2weeks of deathadder use Oo. So of course i'll recommend the G9X and even if i had no tendinitis, i clearly think G9X is superior for FPS.
there's some usefull tips here : http://www.whichgamingmouse.com/
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