Mouse pad

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by guguetz, Aug 26, 2016.

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  1. guguetz

    guguetz New Member

    Which it's worth buying a mouse pad speed or control, soft or hard to play Counter-Strike Global Offensive?
     
  2. qyuburt

    qyuburt Active Member

    Steelseries QCK+ is always the best option for a CSGO player.
     
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  3. koh1250

    koh1250 Active Member

    Yeah QCK+ is better, but it seems he is looking for a razer mousepad. If you want something similar like a QCK+ get a speed and soft. But its more of preference, what you actually like.
     
  4. Creambuzzthink677

    Creambuzzthink677 Active Member

    Goliathus speed edition. If you prefer more accuracy, go for the control version.
     
  5. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

  6. Sinclaymore

    Sinclaymore New Member

    speed for moving around and control for more precise shooting (camping)
     
  7. IdiotAboard

    IdiotAboard New Member

    I personally prefer control over speed
     
  8. Hegdaddy

    Hegdaddy Active Member

    Firefly. It's good and it looks pretty.
     
  9. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

  10. Flaif

    Flaif Member

    I have the control pad, and its nice.
     
  11. Rooder112

    Rooder112 Member

    QCK+ prob is best thing out, control pad find really difficult
     
  12. ElementOne

    ElementOne Active Member

    I'd go for a hard mat like the Scarab or the Destructor 2.
     
  13. AUTRIII

    AUTRIII Member

    I really reccomand you to buy HyperX Fury series. Really awesome pad to play and just chill on.
     
  14. SiNN94

    SiNN94 Active Member

    I have one speed razer mousepad. Currently still ok for me.
    But for fps game, I think control pad is better.
     
  15. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master VANGUARD

    I currently have 2x Goliathus mats (with a third on the way - the Overwatch one): the large speed version, and the medium control version. I find the speed mat a lot easier to play on, but it could be the difference in the size as well.
     
  16. IMG_20160909_151259.jpg IMG_20160909_151239.jpg IMG_20160909_151223.jpg I got goliathus about a week now and i got some allergy or something from it. Its a good mouse pad but i really thought that a good mousepad should be anti-allergic or so. You can see that my left hand has nothing. only the right one that i use the mousepad.
     
  17. qyuburt

    qyuburt Active Member

    Kind hard to blame the seller for your allergies man =P I mean you don't blame nut sellers for a peanut allergy.
     
  18. its the first time i got an allergy of a product for pc. i am a gamer like 10 years now. also got a razer naga hex mouse but never happens to me before. but when i get a 25 euros mouse pad i got demands my friend. its not a 2 euros mouse pad. when you pay for something good you should have something that not gonna get you a trouble.
     
  19. qyuburt

    qyuburt Active Member

    That's not how it works. Let me say your exact comment but in a different context.

    It's the first time I got an allergy off a washing detergent. I have been washing clothes for my whole life. I also got a softener but never had an allergy before this detergent. When I get a 7 euro detergent I got demands my friend. It's not a 2 euro detergent. When you pay for something good you should have something thats not gonna give you trouble.

    See how ridiculous that is?
     
  20. ok let me say it in another way. i got razer and i got an allergy. let me buy a steelseries and i am gonna be ok with same money that i spend. does it make it better?
     
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