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The Perixx MX-2000 isn't on Amazon anymore, so anyone know of rebrands of it that are exactly the same? (Specs, BQ, aesthetics, etc.)
post #3377 of 7350
This thread's slowing down. POST YOUR WPM WHETHER OR NOT YOU CAN TYPE WITHOUT LOOKING. caps
post #3378 of 7350

Why don't you just get the MX2000IIB?

 

The Logitech G800 and the Anker 8000 look good too, though the Logitech is much pricier and the Anker is roughly comparable to the Perixx.

post #3379 of 7350
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Originally Posted by ibob4tacoz View Post

The Perixx MX-2000 isn't on Amazon anymore, so anyone know of rebrands of it that are exactly the same? (Specs, BQ, aesthetics, etc.)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Microsoft-SideWinder-Gaming-Mouse/121214834307?_trksid=p2047675.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D18845%26meid%3D2781977391917234379%26pid%3D100005%26prg%3D8532%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D5%26sd%3D281164413336%26

 

Weight adjustment:  Check

Reliable I/O:  Check

Accurate Sensor:  Check

DPI screen:  Check

Price?:  Check (imo)

post #3380 of 7350
Dude... Honestly, I don't want the Sidewinder, so don't push it on me. (No offense)
post #3381 of 7350

Sorry I offended you. +1 on G800, Tangster is right about the price though. In my experience Anmer sells great external batteries. Their mice should be good too

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Dude... Honestly, I don't want the Sidewinder, so don't push it on me. (No offense)
post #3382 of 7350
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Why don't you just get the MX2000IIB?

The Logitech G800 and the Anker 8000 look good too, though the Logitech is much pricier and the Anker is roughly comparable to the Perixx.
Yeah, decided on the II, I was checking to see how many buttons (I know) it has. So it had enough for me. And don't you mean G700?
post #3383 of 7350

Yeah, the G700

post #3384 of 7350
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Yeah, the G700
I kinda hate wireless mice though. It's because I use one right now (a cheap Microsoft one), but I went to a friends house with my laptop and mouse. Since I don't usually take the USB receiver out much, I plugged it into the I/O ports on the back. I brought my stuff over and was about to plug in the USB when I realized I didn't have it. So wired, IMO is waaaayyyy better. (And they don't need batteries.)
post #3385 of 7350
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Let's just say that preparing for that game is a huge reason why I just put together a new PC.

I also shudder to think about how much money I've thrown at Chris Roberts and the rest of Cloud Imperium Games for pledge packages. There's already a Constellation, Super Hornet and Aurora LX in my hangar.

The super hornet is awesome. ATM I'm still debating which ship to get.
post #3386 of 7350
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The super hornet is awesome. ATM I'm still debating which ship to get.

 

Depends on your playstyle.

 

I was planning on exploring the persistent universe in a Freelancer, but then that hangar module released and highlighted a distinction between different hangar types. I wanted that Deluxe hangar, so I melted the 'Lancer to fund the Constellation while waiting for the Hornet variants to show up. I was hoping for an F7A mil-spec variant, but the F7C-M Super Hornet's second seat won me over even if they would have decided to sell the F7A.

 

By the way, going by hangar module performance, a GTX 760 can manhandle it on 1920x1200, High detail. Very High detail takes a performance hit without throwing in a second GTX 760, though. Not that I notice much of a quality difference between High and Very High. Bring on the dogfighting module!

 

Speaking of which, this marks the first time I've run SLI in any capacity, and it works surprisingly better than I thought it would. No noticeable microstuttering or jankiness, just ludicrous GTX Titan-beating framerates.

 

It won't be staying in SLI, though. One GTX 760 is for me, the other's for my friend's build, after all. Whenever I feel like upgrading graphics cards in a few years, he'll get a shot at my GTX 760 and running SLI for the performance boost...not that he'll need it for a while if he intends on running with his current 1280x1024 monitor.

post #3387 of 7350
50WPM is about average right?
post #3388 of 7350
Nooooooo! I forgot the comma!!! ^
post #3389 of 7350
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By the way, going by hangar module performance, a GTX 760 can manhandle it on 1920x1200, High detail. Very High detail takes a performance hit without throwing in a second GTX 760, though. Not that I notice much of a quality difference between High and Very High. Bring on the dogfighting module!
This makes me feel better.
Although I do imagine performance would be quite different in a big space battle or something.

I should be okay though.im buying an R9 290 as soon as there's 3rd party coolers, it should be able to handle anything at 1080P
post #3390 of 7350
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This makes me feel better.
Although I do imagine performance would be quite different in a big space battle or something.

I should be okay though.im buying an R9 290 as soon as there's 3rd party coolers, it should be able to handle anything at 1080P
Hand picked the parts for a friend's build; For some 1080P gaming on High, will it suffice?
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