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Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by technokat, Sep 14, 2017.
Need to change my old lachesis for this beast
bruv just chill out it was a comment
welcome to 3 months ago. if you look at the thread, its been chill since then.
I got the DA Elite because my original death adder seemed to be wearing down from clicking so often. The Death Adder elite has two extre buttons, a larger DPI, appears to feel more accurate (in pubg I am getting more kills), and the grips on both sides are nice,
I like each Razer' s product!
I really want to get this mouse after hearing all of your guy's comments on it.
this set is awesome! specially keyboard!
I have the normal deathadder 10000dpi and my friend has the 16000 and I dont really feel a difference.
Love the DeathAdder
U play on 10000dpi ?!?! Its crazy. In my opinion everything above 1600dpi its really too fast=imprecise.
no one does but its good to have for when you do, no one drives a Bugatti chiron at 250mph but still nice to know it does that
So why u talkin about no differences... If u didnt set that values.
And power in cars give u accelreation, vmax is no matter. Everybody use acceleration.
Same mouse just a new great shell
Do you mean the DPI settings of the mouse?
Basically what's that the difference is, higher DPI. You set your DPI to the highest and lower the sensitivity, which should theoretically give you better results, or for people with super large or two/three monitors, the larger DPI is a godsend since they can set their sensitivity to a normal level and get fast mouse movement without actually skipping and guessing pixels.
Other than that, if you own the DeathAdder and are still perfectly happy with it, no real need to upgrade. The sensor in the Elite is better and one of the best, but the sensor in the DeathAdder was good anyway!
What are you talking about? I'm playing always on 16000 DPI, the maximum DPI which the mouse allows. I lower the sensitivity itself to get reasonable mouse speeds, which any half-serious FPS game supports.
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