hyperx very nice but kinda heavy
G Pro Wireless or G305 Wireless
I have GPW too. I sometimes accidentally click mouse 2 while turning. If it would have a bit heavier mouse buttons it would be perfect for me. Still a 9/10 for sure
HyperX Pulsefire Surge - quite heavy but it's ok, good shape and great rgb
shitty ass overrated mouse
Xtrfy M4 best mouse i have ever played with tbh , Global tho : )
Best mouse I ever used
Viper Ultimate/Zowie s2/s1
i switch sometimes
FK1+ (love the shape)
G403 (love the sensor)
steelseries rival 310 outdated shit ass thing with 8ms latency and the rubbers on the side are sticking out
im plannin to buy razer viper
Logitech G502 (Main PC)
Logitech G500s (Secondary PC)
Logitech M705 (Laptop)
Razer mamba wireless.
Pros: perfect and almost feels sculpted for my snow shovel sized hands, dpi range, serious battery life, luxury feeling item, etc.
Cons: price, size for some users and the weird scroll wheel issue I can’t seem to solve
g703 and powerplay mousepad
I use G Pro also. I have multiple Zowies and other mice too. But G Pro is my current favorite.
I use Glorious Model D
Best scroll wheel.
Wire is very good, no mouse drag.
1 Side button is kinda fucked
Glorious Model O
Nice shape (Similar to Zowie FK-series)
Light briaded cable
I actually cant think of any
mouse buttons gets weared out and glitched rather quickly. From registering double clicks to not registering at all. Manual tinkering by opening it up and straightening the spring helped for a little while until it went right back. The single flaw that killed the mouse, otherwise light and good.
Now I use Logitech G Pro wired.
the thick cable can be a nuisance. Otherwise it just works. Occasionally have started registering double clicks since recently, but I guess it's due to dust and I need to clean it out. Just not the pressing matter now.
HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro
best materials and build quality on the market (and I have tested loads of mice)
rubberized sides, very easy to hold
a bit too large for small hands
I don't only play csgo I play other games too
worst mice are from Corsair
I tested several and the materials are very cheap, like cheapest, thinnest plastic and such. Prices are very high, though, definitely would not recommend. Corsair mice are also the widest on the market, really difficult to use for FPS gaming (better suited for RTS or such)
Logitech manufactures decent mice, but they are quite narrow for some hands and top of the line products are expensive.
I liked Steelseries Rival 310 - a great mouse for its price, very light and narrow, easy to move in CS
The worst mouse I've had. Her surface is cracking and the side buttons are sometimes not pressed.
I dont win games by having a good mouse, i win games with my skill.. so i have a shitty "Biltema" Gaming mouse for 10 bucks.
ZOWIE EC2-B Divina Version
Roccat Kain 122
+ Scroll wheel (best mouse wheel on market), side buttons/cable top quality too, No accident clicks,
+ Sensor, Mice software
+ 6 months and still working without any issues
- Basic shape
- maybe material, its not for everyone
Xbox controller and global set your games up mens))
Razer Deathadder V2
-Left click issue
Long Battery life
feels good in hand
too easy buttons... i randomly right click smokes all the time...
SteelSeries Rival 650. A bit heavy, but once you get used to it, it's nice. Zoned RGB ftw!
$10 logitech mouse from local mart.
g502 but when I'm not poor I take wireless mouse
Razer Deathadder Elite
pros it works with my massive monkey hands
cons- the rubber adhesie on the left side fell off so my grip is kind of half decent
It depends, sometimes I use different dpi. Now I am using g403 but when I want to play with awp I use g203
Have like ten lying around, i currently use Endgame Gear XM1
basilisk, really great mouse
pretty cool imo
suits my hand
Zowie EC 1 Matte Black - best shape in the world
zowie fk1+, good mice but I hate clicking noise. I've used sensei xai kinzu raw etc. steelseries mices are extremely quiet comparing to other models.
endgame gear xm1
pros: not too light clicks, no accidental clicks.
light & flexible cable
perfect size for my hand
low buttons, allows to have pen-precision
cons: sometimes the cable is too light, it might go under my mouse
scroll wheel is kinda too far away for me, not a big problem
the coating is a fingerprint magnet
pros: everything besides the scroll
Logitech G403 Prodigy.
Pros: sensor, grip, logitech G HUB, budget
cons: haven't experience any but i've heard people complain about the scroll
G Pro Wireless
Just the same as you.
steelseries rival 110, heavy mouse but me hab stronk arms mens)))
i got g pro wireless aswell but i for me its too light cause my hand is very shaky for some reason and its a little too small
i switch between g203 and zowie ec1b divina
steelseries rival 700. Very nice mouse Imo.
Xtrfy m4, best mouse ive ever used. and i used maaaaanyyyyy
Logitech MX518 Legendary
Pros: Sensor, grip, G HUB, light cable, skates, design, build quality
Cons: Old scroll but smooth.
idk why u guys advicing zowie divina versions, isnt it too slippery for u ? i had ec2-b divina , but i turned it back in market cuz i couldnt play it because of slipness. Almost the same problem with my zowie s1 matte black, its a rly great mouse but when my hands started to being sweat its becoming too slippy for me idk.
Pros: Good sensor performance. Decent click buttons. Good for MY hand, lenght: 19cm, width: 10cm. Pretty light. No configuration software. Plug and play. Very good build quality.
Cons: Only 4 dpi ranges, 400,800,1600,3200. Dpi button is located at bottom of the mouse.
g102/g203 (same mouse), i bought it some days ago and i'm waiting, do u guys think its a good mouse?
Worst shit you can possibly imagine
Zowie EC1-B, and i have just 14 yo
A chinese one, Weibo, pretty cheap, comfortable
G703 but i think i will change to gpw, my grip is the weirdest one in the planet so i think gpw will fit better
Used to EC2-B
Currently Glorious Model O
Later this year Glorious Model D-
Really comfortable to hold
It's like 50$ I think
Imo I don't really care but people complain about the cable
I don't trust it for long term the build quality is meh
I'm playing AWPer at most of the time and it's really hard to find a reliable mouse. Atm I'm playing with Logitech G Pro Wireless, also played with G703 Lightspeed Wireless few months. I like quality of the switches in Logitech mouses. They feel stable and somehow reliable. I just tried Razer Viper Ultimate and aiming with rifles felt instantly so much better than with those Logitech mouses. But switches feel so unreliable when quickscoping with AWP. Sometimes it doesn't register when pressing mouse2 quickly and or sometimes it gets stuck so you'll get secondary zoom right away. I just don't feel confident playing with it. I got that mouse from my brother to test it out and it's been used like 7-8 months so could it just be that. My brother doesn't use mouse2 button much cos he doesn't play with weapons with scope.
I also tried Xtrfy M4 and those buttons are so shitty on it. Impossible to AWP with it. Anyone else has problems like this? What is the best mouse you've played with (as an awper)?
holes in side hurt thumb for strong claw grip
logitech g602 got two cant change becuz i suck if i change on cs
ec2-a but tomorrow i will try S1, if S1 is shit i will buy EC2 (ec2a sensor is good but i prefer to play without accel and ec2a have accel incorporated)
ec2a, still alive and kicking
light clicks with good quality
super good mouse wheel
good sensor (but it does not really matter)
i was a former ec2 user but the quality of the clicks made me switch
Iam just waiting for zowie to Release a wireless mouse tho
I use Zowie FK2
Pros - Feels really good to use .
Cons - I haven't become Xantares yet .
I have two machines with two different mice i use for gaming.
One has a Logitech G402, and the other has a Corsair Harpoon.
dell ms116 (just your regular office mouse)
pros - best shape ever, good sensor, good clicks
cons - if you are pussy with stick arms it is 140g, scroll wheel is bit shit
Mouse: Rival 600
Keybaord: Steelseries Apex Pro
Headset: Arctis Pro + Gamedac in White
zowie ec2 (2019, paracorded and hyperglides for feet)
Zowie ec1b which i never got used to it so trying new g403 with hero sensor
changed from s2 to g pro wireless
MX518 - never find better ever since
finalmouse ultralight 2, most people aren't fan but I think it's very great for small hands
pulsefire fps pro, it's kinda heavy, most retarded software ever, but has bestest sensor, good build quality and epic clicks
pros - can't get used to any other shape (tried to change several times)
cons - left rubber grip keeps falling off
g pro wireless
ec2 (new one)
glorious model o
Razer Viper Ultimate
I wanted a wireless one and the desicion was either the Viper or the G Pro Wireless.
Whilst there was a price difference the Razer look better, had better shape and also came included with a charging dock. It's also lighter. Hands down the best mouse I've ever owned.
pros - nice shape and size
cons - none really, synapse i guess but just dont have to use it when i dont need it so w/e
Rival 110 atm
The best and the one i loved the most
I also had hyperx pulsefire also a gr8 mouse but the sensor started glitching becouse i used to bump it when i flick on my monitor holder when i flick
SS Rival 600
Best one i had ever
mechanical switches so click is very obvious
very comfortable shape
not a hard and not too light mousewheel at the same time so no mouse jumping in cs and yet easy to spin
shitloads of buttons so i have every grenade binded in-game and mouse4 is for talking
2 sensors never fail - every movement is registered as it should be
wire connecting the mouse is rarely goes under the mouse after a flick
rubber surfaces of the mouse fell off the mouse long time ago since the glue wasnt strong enough but it didn't change the feel of grip of the mouse
razer deathadder 2013 bought in 2013, 2015, 2017 and still using it to this day
pros: im used to it
cons: i feel like i could be missing out on a lot with this piece of trash lol
What mouse do you use?
I use DeathAdder V2
- OpenRazer drivers for Linux
- The shape
- These DPI changing buttons are so annoying. If you press one by accident while in game, you're screwed. You have to minimize, be afk for a while and change it back to normal. You can't imagine how much I hate that.
does anyone know any mouse with ring finger rest?
Zowie FK+1 extra large because my hands are massive
recently got myself a Roccat Kone Aimo and put some aftermarket glides on it, i don't really play any games nowadays so i just bought something i feel comfortable with and that fits my setup nicely
idk wtf is that mouse, some chineese-polish mouse for 5$
Xtrfy M3 feels great after SS Rival