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PCGuy_5960

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  1. A lot of people in the aim training community think muscle memory isn't that important and the more you practice the better you get at controlling different sensitivities. I think there's some truth to that, but I believe the best for consistency is to find a good middle ground sens for the games you play and stick with it for a while. I doubt it's very good for consistency to constantly switch between 20 and 70cm/360 for example.
  2. PCGuy_5960

    man, I hate that I cant find that "perfect" mou…

    The Model D has a pretty good cable, don't think it's really worth replacing. The Zowie cable is terrible tho.
  3. PCGuy_5960

    man, I hate that I cant find that "perfect" mou…

    The EC1 is the large and EC2 is medium, if most of your palm is touching the mouse, I'd say the EC1 is probably a better option for your hand size. The Glorious Model D is also good if you don't mind the holes (it's basically a lighter and slightly smaller EC1).
  4. PCGuy_5960

    man, I hate that I cant find that "perfect" mou…

    What's your hand size? If you palm grip, I'd strongly recommend the Zowie EC series.
  5. I mean, copyright doesn't have much to do with free speech. You're free to use your favorite star wars quotes in any way you like and you won't have the mouse and his lawyers knocking on your door. What you can't do is rip off someone else's work and profit off of it, which I think is fair, but yes, I do think copyright laws can be too strict at times. I'd say another reason (at least in the context of politics) is that most people don't really want an actual discussion with the "other side", they see them as the enemy who needs to be defeated. Their team is always right and the other
  6. PCGuy_5960

    Me while banning the same spambot for the 100th…

    Brain at 3am remembers
  7. I just said that politicians will definitely try to abuse it to their advantage, I didn't say they would be successful doing it. It is a good thing, but from the description it is very vague. This one specifically: Practically everything can be labelled misleading if you try hard enough.
  8. PCGuy_5960

    Me while banning the same spambot for the 100th…

    This got flagged too
  9. PCGuy_5960

    Me while banning the same spambot for the 100th…

    Ha, this got flagged by the forum as spam.
  10. PCGuy_5960

    I'm gonna play hot-hands with my post today, bu…

    It's not exactly political so, I'll allow it. pls keep the comments clean
  11. PCGuy_5960

    Me while banning the same spambot for the 100th…

    Eh, the hardest part is just finding all the spam posts. The forum generally does a good job of catching many of them before they go public though.
  12. Yes, that's why movies, games and practically everything has age ratings. Perhaps they should be taken more seriously, but they do exist. I think there is a pretty big difference between physically harmful and addictive substances that physically affect your brain (drugs, alcohol) or guns that are literally made to kill and a movie with some guy in a funny costume beating up an alien. I'm exaggerating, I guess, but let's be real if playing GTA turned you into a serial killer, you probably already had some very serious issues to begin with. I do agree that some games/movies might go a b
  13. Me while banning the same spambot for the 100th time:

    Shut the fuck up no one cares about your scam oils

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      Remember back when I could almost be classified a spambot? I think I even gave @CircleTech like 250 notifs in ten minutes once. sorry

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      1 hour ago, Schnoz said:

      Remember back when I could almost be classified a spambot? I think I even gave @CircleTech like 250 notifs in ten minutes once. sorry

      Brain at 3am remembers

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  14. I haven't looked that much into switches to be honest. They are pretty cheap on aliexpress though, so if you aren't completely sure which ones you want, you can order a few of each model to try them out and see if they fit and order more of the ones you like.
  15. To be entirely honest, I don't think it makes much sense to paracord and change the mouse feet on a Deathadder v2. The stock cable and feet are already really good so the upgrade would be minimal. For the mouse feet you could buy Corepads/Hyperglides/Tiger Ice feet, which are an upgrade, but not a huge one AFAIK. If the cable bothers you a lot, I think a better idea would be to get a Deathadder v2 Pro which gets rid of the wire entirely.
  16. Sorry for the late reply, please don't forget to quote or mention the person you're replying to so that they can get a notification that you replied . Kailh GM switches work just fine in the G502 as far as I know, they are a bit stiffer but not much, I think the same holds true for the Omron 20Ms. If you like the feel of the stock switches, there's no need to replace them by the way. I used the heck out of my G502 for 2 or so years and the middle mouse button was the first that failed, the main switches still work fine. It is speculated that the 50Ms fail much more often in wireless mice, bec
  17. AFAIK, the G502 uses Omron 50M switches, you can recognize them by the blue dot. I'd recommend looking at the Kailh GM 4.0 and 8.0 switches too, as they are generally considered better replacements for Omrons.
  18. Movies tend to be much more realistic than games though, not to mention that they are hugely more popular, so in a sense they are glorifying violence to a much larger extent than video games can. Same thing with rap music, think about how many hours each song has been played on spotify alone. It's probably much more than GTA I don't think any of these cause violence, but I don't think it would make much sense to blame video games before movies or music.
  19. I wouldn't really be worried, there have been plenty of joke bills like this and none have actually passed. The whole premise is a joke anyway, if we were to blame violence on some form of media (which is stupid in its own right) video games would be last on my list. Politicians and their social media followings have been responsible for infinitely more violence than any video game.
  20. As @mousesnob mentioned the viper ultimate might still be a good option if you like its shape more, but even grip styles aside, the Viper and the superlight do have different selling points. The Superlight has the best weight, but the Viper has some extra features that are missing on the superlight (the dock, optical switches, rubber sides, rgb or even a dpi button). So the choice comes down to grip styles and what features you value more. I haven't really noticed anything like that on my superlight, but in general, many of the "horror stories" you hear about the buttons becoming loose
  21. Only the most recent ones after the shroud version had those switches and I haven't heard of many cases of double clicks. Yeah, but the switches were a big reason why the gpw double clicked since most of the time double clicking could be completely solved by installing Kailh switches.
  22. Logitech mousepads have a coating that wears off after some use which slows them down considerably. They are good, but not the most durable. Not really sure about the Corsair one, but the Fury S Speed is very slow, if you want a speed pad, the regular black version of the Fury S is much faster and isn't coated so you can wash it to "revive" the glide (the speed version is coated, so it will slow down even more over time). I've also heard good things about the MPC450 from endgame gear if you like speed (And it's cordura so it should be very durable).
  23. No, the clicks have been changed from Omron 50Ms to Omron 20Ms and so far the double click issues seem to have been fixed. I haven't heard of anyone having double click issues with the G Pro Superlight. It is worth noting that it does have worse motion delay than both Logitech and Razer.
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