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Thanks for all the information. I have a 800 DPI now so I guess I'm doing fine for mouse? The blur that I'm seeing is when I move the mouse left or right the cursor or game is a little blurry, Would 144Hz monitor fix that?
I have a 144Hz monitor on it's way just wan't to know if I should refuse delivery if it won't help.
Thanks, just trying to figure out what causes cursor or game blur when moving left to right. I thought maybe it was DPI.
Great I can't wait to get the new 144Hz monitor. What do you think of the RAZER Abyssus USB Gaming Mouse White 3500DPI http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=0TP-0007-000E7
Well I received the new monitor and playing BF1 on medium settings at 144 FPS now it is perfect, there is no more Blur at all. Going from 60Hz to 144Hz 1080p did the the job. I will try Best Buy for a mouse, thanks for all the help.
I have both the MX 518 and the G700 jmt. The G700 is actually the 1st mouse I purchased after my G9x died. You're correct it is very similar to the MX 518. It was just a tad too tall for me (measuring from the mouse pad up) for my gaming style. My son is now using it for over a year or so.Forgive my age here, but I absolutely swear by my logitech MX518. It goes up to 1800dpi which is definitely enough for me. It's optical though; in it's time laser mice were wildly expensive. Now (I think) the G700 is the newest version of the MX518--if mine were to break I'd get that in a heartbeat. It has up to 8000dpi so I can't imagine you wouldn't be able to find a good one for you. Also can be wired or wireless. More buttons than you were looking for, but they're non-intrusive. It should last forever too, mine is going on 8 years.
Why all of you play FPS games with high DPI?? Its harder to aim that way!!