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What mouse do you use?


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What kind of mouse do you use? Company / model etc. Also what is your DPI set at? Post a picture if you can.

 

I am finally deciding to buy a real mouse after using an ergonomic mouse for past 5 years - I find its just not accurate enough. Thus, I need some ideas.

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If you are into real e-sports gaming, precise and very accurate clicks (also great for switching gear on rs)

then go for this

it's cheap and VERY precise, i use my mouse on 1300 dpi, for fps games i use max dpi and lower the sensitivity ingame

 

https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-310

 

it sells for like 40 bucks on amazon

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I use a random mouse idk I never felt like I needed an upgrade 

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2 hours ago, Finally Rich said:

If you are into real e-sports gaming, precise and very accurate clicks (also great for switching gear on rs)

then go for this

it's cheap and VERY precise, i use my mouse on 1300 dpi, for fps games i use max dpi and lower the sensitivity ingame

 

https://steelseries.com/gaming-mice/rival-310

 

it sells for like 40 bucks on amazon

46ecbc98bd2b02ec5c4d33e66dd83875.png

 

 

Don’t get this one I got it and it broke after few months

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I got Logitech g502 hero on 5000 cpi pretty quick but lol

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PICTEK Gaming Wired Mouse 7200 DPI Programmable Ergonomic 7 Game Mice

You can get this for no more than £15, speed settings are perfect, has built in macro (no i dont use) and can apply fkeys to mouse (yet again i dont use i should)

 

Pictek T7

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Razer Viper

https://www.amazon.com/Razer-Viper-Ultralight-Ambidextrous-Gaming/dp/B07TT8G59J

Before this I used a $10 mouse from Staples that I honestly prefer. I haven't noticed much a difference with my gaming mouse. Maybe it was because I was so accustomed to it.

https://www.staples.com/Staples-Wired-Mouse-23415/product_959065

Razer products were on sale when I got my mouse a few months ago. You could get the Deathadder Elite at Target, Best Buy, pretty much anywhere for 29.99. I bought it and didn't like the shape. Still have it in a box on my other desk because I forgot to take it back in time.

https://www.amazon.com/Razer-DeathAdder-Elite-Mechanical-Ergonomic/dp/B01LXC1QL0

Before buying a mouse I"d look into what kind of grip you use when using your mouse. For me, I'm a finger tip gripper.

http://www.whatmouse.com/grip-design-explained/

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Always used track pad but going to start using this cheap Logitech  mouse from amazon that’s always been reliable so I can gwas in singles more 

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9 hours ago, Babeff said:

Don’t get this one I got it and it broke after few months

why u blaming ur mouse man jus get good at pking and stop breaking ur mouse

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just some nice mouse from walmart of amazon

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Personally use a Logitech G502, tried using the latest finalmouse cape town but shits so light and it’s a fingertip mouse. 

 

I have a big hand so the g502 works perfect for me. My best advice is find a mouse that has software where you can change binds and adjust the dpi. Some mice only allow you to cycle through preset dpi so you can’t fine tune the mouse for yourself.

 

for reference I play FPS games on 800dpi with 1000 polling rate (the higher the better). Some mice only have a few preset usually 2400, 1200 and 600dpi.

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Don’t trust them personally. Think they could die on you during important moments as well.

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No lag, and don't want it to die on me. 

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