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PCGuy_5960

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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from Omar.B in Mouse recommendation/advice   
    If you want to completely avoid double clicking issues, look for mice with optical switches. The Razer Viper, Deathadder v2 (and their more expensive wireless versions) and Basilisk v2 have optical switches and the newly released Roccat Burst Pro. Alternatively, you can get a Glorious Model O/D and increase the debounce delay if it ever starts double clicking. 
     
    I think the Deathadder v2 or the Basilisk v2 might be the 2 best options based on your hand size and grip preferences (Deathadder v2 is on the larger side though). The Viper is quite good for claw, but could be quite uncomfortable for palm grip. The Burst Pro is really good for claw, but maybe too small for palm. If you can try any of these mice in a store, I'd recommend doing so.
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from Omar.B in Ok so G502 lightspeed wireless is a legendary mouse, and Glorious Model ) wireless is so good, which is better?   
    Better is something very subjective, these 2 mice are completely different. The G502 is a non-symmetrical and relatively big mouse with more of a focus on general usage with all the buttons and the infinite scroll wheel. The Model O is a symmetrical and low profile mouse with more of a competitive/fps focus. I'd say a closer comparison is the G Pro Wireless and the Model O Wireless.
     
    If you are talking about the wireless performance, then I'd have to go with the G502 purely because of how "battle tested" logitech wireless has been, with many esports pros using logitech wireless in big lans with 0 issues. The wireless performance of the Model O might be equally good, but we can't know for sure until more people have gotten their hands on it, same goes for QC. Logitech does get a lot of flak for double clicking, but in all honesty it's not as big of a deal as some people make it out to be and logitech's customer support is excellent and will usually provide you with a replacement quickly.
     
    Just a quick note, 1)Powerplay is kind of a waste of money and overpriced unless you really want wireless charging. 2) If you are looking for the best mouse possible and don't mind waiting a bit, the G Pro X Superlight goes on sale in December and it's definitely worth taking a look at.
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from Tog Driver in Moderators on the Forum   
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from Oswin in G pro wireless, Viper ultimate or Model o wireless?   
    Depends on your grip style and hand size. If they are all the same price, I'd get either the Viper or the G Pro though. The Model O is good, but shape wise is almost identical to the Viper which has optical switches, the dock and no holes, so I'd just go with the Viper. The Superlight isn't worth paying 2x more than the G Pro Wireless tbh, I'd only consider it if you are really serious about gaming (or if you really want the lowest weight or the white color). 
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from Oswin in Mouse recommendation/advice   
    If you want to completely avoid double clicking issues, look for mice with optical switches. The Razer Viper, Deathadder v2 (and their more expensive wireless versions) and Basilisk v2 have optical switches and the newly released Roccat Burst Pro. Alternatively, you can get a Glorious Model O/D and increase the debounce delay if it ever starts double clicking. 
     
    I think the Deathadder v2 or the Basilisk v2 might be the 2 best options based on your hand size and grip preferences (Deathadder v2 is on the larger side though). The Viper is quite good for claw, but could be quite uncomfortable for palm grip. The Burst Pro is really good for claw, but maybe too small for palm. If you can try any of these mice in a store, I'd recommend doing so.
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to colonel_mortis in Got a ghost notification   
    If you use multiquote, you can insert quotes from across different topics.
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Moonzy in Nvidia Sold $175 Million Worth of GeForce RTX 30 GPUs To Crypto Miners   
    wh... what?
    since when can people tell me what im allowed to do on my hardware?
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Arika S in Nvidia Sold $175 Million Worth of GeForce RTX 30 GPUs To Crypto Miners   
    says who?
     
    Miners are customers too. Why are "gamers" more entitled to new GPUs than anyone else?
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from soldier_ph in Moderators on the Forum   
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Moonzy in Moderators on the Forum   
    seems like an active day
     
    people when they open this thread tomorrow:
     
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Energycore in Moderators on the Forum   
    Ooooohhh that's so 80s y
     
    I like it
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from Red :) in Moderators on the Forum   
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Moonzy in Moderators on the Forum   
    pepperoni
     
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Red :) in Moderators on the Forum   
    sausages
     
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to LpoolTech in Mouse recommendation/advice   
    Ended up getting the basilisk v2 it was on offer for 55€. Deathadder v2 was 50€ but I like the extra buttons on the Basilisk. Thank you for your input! 
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from LpoolTech in Mouse recommendation/advice   
    If you want to completely avoid double clicking issues, look for mice with optical switches. The Razer Viper, Deathadder v2 (and their more expensive wireless versions) and Basilisk v2 have optical switches and the newly released Roccat Burst Pro. Alternatively, you can get a Glorious Model O/D and increase the debounce delay if it ever starts double clicking. 
     
    I think the Deathadder v2 or the Basilisk v2 might be the 2 best options based on your hand size and grip preferences (Deathadder v2 is on the larger side though). The Viper is quite good for claw, but could be quite uncomfortable for palm grip. The Burst Pro is really good for claw, but maybe too small for palm. If you can try any of these mice in a store, I'd recommend doing so.
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    PCGuy_5960 got a reaction from LpoolTech in Mouse recommendation/advice   
    Just wanted to add, make sure it is the Basilisk v2 or the X Ultimate, the Basilisk X has regular mechanical switches.
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to LpoolTech in Mouse recommendation/advice   
    I live in a very rural community so can't try any of them amazon is my only option (plus some other online retailers) 
    I will never buy Roccat product after the fiasco with their support they refused to RMA the mouse and only solution provided was to get refund from the seller. (its ok but why wont you support your products?) 
    I will check them out! Thank you!
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to SansVarnic in YouTube, Twitter & Facebook to join forces in an effort to curb fake Covid19 news   
    -= Locked =-
     
    Topic has derailed despite the Message at the topic of the topic.
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Arika S in YouTube, Twitter & Facebook to join forces in an effort to curb fake Covid19 news   
    ??? I'm not talking about US politics. i'm talking in general, and just because a single person may be "middle ground" doesn't mean they are not biased.
     
    And just because he was elected president, doesn't mean what i said is wrong. you think the division that social media has harboured in society in the recent years is just going to disappear because there's a new president?
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Trik'Stari in YouTube, Twitter & Facebook to join forces in an effort to curb fake Covid19 news   
    The only true solution (in the US) is to amend the first amendment to include all generic social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram, Tik Tok, etc.
     
    These companies should not be allowed to be the arbiters of truth.
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Arika S in YouTube, Twitter & Facebook to join forces in an effort to curb fake Covid19 news   
    Organisation are biased towards their audience, and algorithms are biased towards their creators.
     
    Social media has created a community of division which is kind of ironic in of itself
    There is no middle ground any more.
    Don't agree with someone? Label them as something distasteful so you can ignore their opinion. Don't want to believe something on the news? "Fake news"
     
    Everyone wants an echo chamber. So even if a truely non biased Organisation somehow pops up and is the arbiter of what is misinformation, there will still be people calling them fake news, or trying to get them shut down because they aren't removing things that certain people believe should be 
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    PCGuy_5960 reacted to Trik'Stari in YouTube, Twitter & Facebook to join forces in an effort to curb fake Covid19 news   
    I could make the same argument about the lockdowns and the deaths that have and will continue to occur from the mass economic ruination that is happening as a direct result of said lockdowns. I could also point out that the MSM has moved the goal post so many times now that one could reasonably make the argument that they cannot be trusted to report accurately or in good faith. First it was a "nothing burger", then "we just need to lock down a few weeks to prevent the hospitals from being overwhelmed" and then it's moved into this vague "Stop the spread!" phase that seems to have the goal of preventing the spread entirely, which is in and of itself entirely unrealistic and misleading in the first place.
     
    And this is not even mentioning the completely ridiculous hypocrisy the MSM has displayed when covering certain mass gatherings. Some are apparently harmless, whereas others are "superspreader" events. I'm not going to go in depth here because it is an inherently political spin to the larger subject. The overall point is, censorship powers must always be as heavily curtailed as possible because they will almost always end being used in a political matter.
     
    So tell me, who is trustworthy enough to decide what is, and is not, "misinformation"? Because I can't think of a single group or organization on this entire planet that I might trust to do so. Algorithms even less.
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