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Wouldn't doing the DPI test (moving it 4 inches) in MouseTester be the ideal way to test and see the actual DPI it's running at?
Is this the one you guys are referring to? I like the indention on the side, kinda looks similar to the thumb rest the G502 has. Didn't state this in the OP but I'm trying to keep it in the $50-$60 range, could probably go a little higher if I decided I really wanted a certain one. G303 is currently on sale for $47 on amazon.
He never used the scream one
he uses this iirc
Laser has trouble tracking on some surfaces and the sensor has built in acceleration. You can read up on more in detail differences or watch a video I don't wanna give you wrong information.
Large mice the rival was nice for this but it had rubber siding that wore down and created a groove where your thumb sits.
So right now I use the [link] its light weight its big enough for my hand. The buttons click nicely and scroll wheel bumps are not to hard/defined. Only thing im not a fan of is the shape of the buttons on the side they come to a point but its not that bad. The other one I was looking to try next is [link] they fixed the issue i had with the buttons on the side and made them flat and the thumb side doesn't have the indent in it.
If you live in Canada and have a Canada Computers near you, my suggestion find one you want to try and buy it they have I believe 7 or 14 day return policy with no restocking fee so its basically rent a mouse.
FinalMouse 2016 Classic Ergo this is the best mouse after the Tournament Pro (But it's hard to find it) for fps games with 0 Response Delay.
Then the best mouse for your budget is Logitech G303
Well my favourite mouse for CSGO is the Final Mouse it's not an Ambidextrous Mouse but it's still an amazing mouse. Here is a good Review. It is now my recommend mouse for CSGO. The steelseries rival 300 is also a great choice I would rank it about the same as the G303.
The mouse sensor is the same the Finalmouse 2015 is using, for those interested. (Pixart3310)
Have to be honest, /u/sergeantminor nailed it down perfectly with great explanations for the hardware.
I can't really add much more to it. I would personally go for the 2nd build sergeant suggested, but would also just go for 2 Fury X's. 3 way scaling is in general not amazing and if you don't turn up the details too high and insane, which isn't really required on 4K any game will look beautiful even on lower settings. You will hit 60 FPS for sure.
The only comments I can make is for the peripherals he decided to suggest. While absolutely not bad. I would suggest to look a bit further.
Lastly, I can provide my standard list of videos to help you understand why sergeant suggests these parts for you.
As well as a couple of great guides to help you build the PC.
Some of this you will already know, so no need to watch everything!
Learn about cool technology in only a couple minutes!
What is overclocking?: Here - 2:32 minutes. << IMPORTANT
What is hyperthreading?: Here - 4:47 << IMPORTANT
What is Turbo boost?: Here - 4:05
CPU shopping guide: Here - 5:01 << IMPORTANT
GPU shopping guide: Here - 4:11
How many cores do I need for gaming?: Here - 8:18 << IMPORTANT
How many cores do I need for prosuming?: Here - 7:53
DDR3 vs DDR4: Here - 8:01
What are benchmarks?: Here - 5:21
Pre-built vs building your own?: Here - 6:04
Optical vs laser mouse: Here - 2:10
SSD vs HDD: Here - 4:05
Radiators explained: Here - 4:34
What is resolution?: Here - 5:22
Different panel types: Here - 2:29 << IMPORTANT
Monitor refresh-rate: Here - 5:46
What is Free-sync?: Here - 5:29
What is G-sync?: Here - 5:52
What is Shadowplay?: Here - 3:59
Case air pressure: Here - 5:21
Case fan orientation: Here - 3:42
What is a NAS?: Here - 5:06
Raid 0, 1 & 10: Here - 3:11
What PSU to buy?: Here - 5:12 << IMPORTANT
What does 80+ mean?: Here - 3:02
Likely that TechQuickie got even more video's that you can have a look at to get answers. It's a great youtube channel for easy, quickly explained questions about PC tech.
Now before you have a look at all these guides. The best guide in most cases will always be your MANUAL. Some manuals are garbage, but most of them are more than good enough to be able to help figure out most problems.
How to build an Intel 115x socket PC? This is my personal favorite because it goes in depth, but still keeps the video relatively short. It also got great camera work so you are able to follow all the steps very well. I decided to skip the start of the video. The reason being that the video is posted on 17th of May 2013, he gives the rationale of his selected parts at the start. This is a very long time ago, so the parts are very old, so no need to hear this out. But building a PC is still pretty much the same. No drastic changes.
There are a lot of different build guides on the internet, but I really like this one. It's easy to follow.
How to overclock a 2011-3 CPU? This is a very solid and simple to follow guide. He is using an Asus motherboard so if you use a different brand, the BIOS/UEFI will be different and you might not find everything on the same location. They generally are in the same spots, but can have slightly different names. Just a small warning.
How to install a 2011(-3) CPU? Again not too complicated. But be aware, every motherboard is different. If unsure, check the manual!
How to install thermal compound? Now, to be clear! Every single heatsink will come with its own thermal compound. Even the intel/AMD stock heatsinks. So there is no need to buy this.
It's only recommended to buy when you either have very bad temperatures or when you want to overclock to the extreme. The temperature difference between the best and the "worst" thermal compound is a couple degrees Celsius. 5 to 8 to be exact. Also, for a bigger CPU such as 2011-3, you need more thermal compound compared to the smaller 1150/AM3 CPUs.
Be careful though! More is not better! It needs to have enough, but too much will dramatically increase the temperatures of the CPU. Thermal compound helps with the contact of the cooler + the CPU. The CPU + heatsink both have microscopically small gaps, which the thermal compound fills up to let the heat get too the heatsink.
How to install RAM? It's very simple these days. For DDR4 it's pretty much the same.
How to install Windows 8(.1) or 10 from an USB drive? You have to download "media creation tool" which is located at the bottom of the page (blue button). Run that program with a 4GB+ USB flash drive plugged into a PC. Then follow the simple steps and the program will make the USB drive bootable. After that all you have to do is build the PC and boot from that USB drive to install Windows.
How to set up your SSD & HDD? This video is another older video, but it works pretty much the same in Win 8/10. He does talk about a few things that aren't very important, but it's good to know.
How to use Ninite? This video explains it very well, as well as their recommendations. For security I advise to only get Avira (if you don't mind to get an add every day; if you do mind - just use Microsoft Defender) & Malwarebytes. If you want to pay for an anti-virus; Webroot! Light weight; very high detection rate.
It's the Final mouse, here is a link if you are interested. [link]
Finalmouse 2015. It may seem expensive and the build isn't that good but it is extremely popular within CSGO pros as it has one of, if not the, most accurate sensor available.
Other that that, Zowie are really popular as are some of the higher Logitechs, such as the G502.
I like my Rival but have you looked at FinalMouse? If I got a new mouse, I'd probably at least try this.
Either way, I think you can't really go wrong with the rival or FK1. Both are great.
For FPS I recommend this tool:
The companys goal was it to manufacture the best mouse possible.
Here is a review:
Or LevelCaps Youtube video about it:
I have a FinalMouse 2016
It's a little grimy and the scroll wheel doesn't always respond.
Would you be interested?
I think the 502 is very heavy, yes. But I also now realise that the death adder is far weightier than I original thought.
Just as a point, the G502 is nearly double the weight of the final mouse, which weighs in at 74 grams.
Mouse-wise I am in mad love with my "Finalmouse" had it for 2 months now, and I am absolutly and in everyway happy with it. Keybord-wise I got no idea, I got the G105 and I am happy with it, but there surely are better ones out there
(link to the mouse on amazon us: [link])