Mice

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by KbusGaming, Mar 26, 2016.

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  1. KbusGaming

    KbusGaming New Member

    I have a razor naga epic right now and I was wondering if it hurts to get the 13 extra buttons instead of getting a new razer mamba chroma or a razer Deathadder chroma.

    Also... Deathadder chroma or Mamba Chroma.
     
  2. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I am confused as to what your initial question is.
     
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  3. KbusGaming

    KbusGaming New Member

    I have a razer naga epic MMO gaming mouse. But I only use it for FPS and other games. Would the razer deathadder chroma or razer mamba chroma, effect my mouse gameplay and have more abilities. I don't really use the side buttons I just bought it for the mouse and I was wondering if the razer deathadder chroma would help me in my gameplay rather then a MMO or RPG gaming mouse.
     
  4. GskullGaming

    GskullGaming Active Member

    Depending on comfort for you between the different mice and maybe the DPI of each mouse.
     
  5. KbusGaming

    KbusGaming New Member

    ok and also what is DPI
     
  6. GskullGaming

    GskullGaming Active Member

    It is the sensor for the mouse. The Mabma chroma has 16,000 DPI and the Deathadder chroma has 10,000 DPI. Basically how fast your mouse can move.
     
  7. Well overall, it depends on what games you plan to play the most and what you really need. For example if you are an active CS:GO player recommend getting the DeathAdder because it has a very good sensor, but if you prefer to play MOBA's then you should stick with the Naga or 'upgrade' it to a Naga with more buttons. Also like mentioned above if you want a extremely fast mouse then get the Mamba chroma because it has 16,000 DPI while the DeathAdder 'only' has 10,000 DPI... but to be honest 8,000 DPI is enough for most people unless you want a mouse faster than sanic
     
  8. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    If you're not using side buttons then in FPS you won't feel any difference, expect that if you buy Deathadder (strongly recommend, over the mamba) you will feel that mouse works more steady and is more precise. Deathadder has a lot better sensor than Naga/Mamba, it is best choice for FPS :)
     
  9. IniAfi

    IniAfi Member

    if you a palm gripped. buy deathader
     
  10. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I have a mamba which I love, and the Deathadder design is almost the same and just has a wire. It is phenomenal for shooters, that being said, don't rely on a mouse to improve your gameplay. I have played shooters just fine with my SWTOR Naga Epic. It is just preference in comfort.
     
  11. Blockmonster57

    Blockmonster57 Active Member

    My opinion is, go with the Mamba TE. It's like an upgraded version of the DA
     
  12. Blockmonster57

    Blockmonster57 Active Member

    You don't even HAVE a razer mouse xD get out of the forums NOW
     
  13. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    No I don't have, but I had few :) And even if I don't have mouse that doesn't mean sensor will be better ;) Face the truth
     
  14. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I just want to chime in here about the DPI and sensor ... if you love your naga and are okay with it not being wireless then the new Naga Chroma (not the epic/wireless option) also has the 16,000 DPI and is still Chroma. It's what I use, and i'd recommend it for any game and any play style. You can check out the specifics and detials Here: Razer Naga Chroma
     
  15. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    You are right, but in this case, it's not how it works. If you are hard-core gaming and you want precision for fps games, then there is no place here for Naga or Mamba. Even the cheapest mouses like Rival 100 has better sensor than Naga. Naga is ok for mmo and casual gaming, but if you desire precision and you know you want to play on the highest level, you have to buy Deathadder, even Taipan will work.
    Razer made terrible mistake, such good mouse like Naga and it has cheap sensor. I'm very sad because of that. If they place there at least some older Avago, that would be better for everyone, but we all know that money is money.
     
  16. SuijinZero

    SuijinZero Active Member

    To be honest, if youre not using the side buttons, who knows if youre going to use the ones on the sides of the mamba? =))) I found the naga to be super useful, not just for gameplay but for everyday use, I have a ton of shortcuts hotkey to those buttons and I can browse the web or do work related works with ease. Naga is probably the most satisfying mouse in the razer mice family for me. I have a Mamba Chroma TE as well, rarely used it, even for FPS or Moba, I always turn to my Naga. The arsenal of buttons really gives you lots of choices. My choices would be Naga > Mamba > Deathadder, for gaming or everyday use.
     
  17. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    So, basically, you are trying to convince me that one mouse with a 16,000 DPI is better than a different style of mouse that also has the same 16,000 DPI sensor that's made be the same company? I'm afraid I just can't go for that. Because same company, same sensor, same 16,000 DPI potential ... they're just equal, outside of the style, feel and how many buttons you can re-program or macro.

    However, looking over the store pages again, the Deathadder Chroma is only a 10,000 DPI and the Mamba 16,000 DPI is the exact same sensor that's in the Naga Chroma that I linked previously. The Taipan you'd mentioned comes with 8200 DPI.

    However, all that aside, just because a mouses style, feel and/or buttons are designed for one use or another holds no bearing on it's ability to perform in any game. Even more so since everyone adjusts their DPI differently and uses custom settings. Just an example, my Naga can go up to 16,000 but I never move it over 3000, regardless of what I'm playing. I also use zero acceleration on my mouse. Just my personal preferences.
     
  18. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Hahaha no :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
    Deathadder is the most accurate. Every mouse, Naga, Mamba and Deathadder has diffrent senor. More dpi does not mean it is better. DPI is just marketing thing, as you mentioned you only use 3000. Deathadder has Avago S3988, Naga has Philips PLN 2034 and Mamba has Philips too. Pros use 800dpi. In game that precision matters (CS:GO) there is no chance to see someone using Naga/Mamba. Actually only team was Tita, nad they have been using Deathadders, all of them.
    As I said before, you can use your Naga / Mamba for whatever you want, but if you want precision, zero lag etc. you have to go for Deathadder. It's not my imagination. There is a lot of diffrent tests that shows how Deathadder sensor is lot better of that cheap Philips in Naga / Mamba.
    And I never posted word about the same mouse that has the same sensor and is better ;)
     
  19. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    This definitely has prompted me to contact our local Razer staff here later on chat to ask about the sensors specifically. Because, I'm almost certain that the new mice (since Chroma has released) have only Razer built components, and that's why some of the costs have gone up. I don't think they're sourcing out anything at this point. Not to say I couldn't be mistaken, but that was the impression I was given.
     
  20. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    You can ask them but I doubt they will tell you specifically what sensor which mouse has ;)
    Razer is not building components, especially sensors. All sensor in Razer mouses are from Avago/Pixart and Philips (mostly).
    Just like mechanical switches, they are probably made by kaliah, but I'm not 100% sure.
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