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iShane
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Looking to buy a new Mouse for gaming

Mainly Play FPS Some WoW Overwatch F13 etc...

Whats a good mouse to buy for 100 euro?
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What's the current mouse you have?

Is there a reason for the switch, such as the mouse is broken/breaking? Doesn't fit your hand properly/gives you wrist pains? Need an ambidextrous mouse?

Edit: Anything specific you want with the mouse? RGB, DPI shift (also known as a Sniper Button,) extra buttons to press, ect.
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This is my mouse, which is hands down the best mouse I've owned from the ones over the years.

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Pretty sure it's the same one used by a lot of the Overwatch pros too.
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TaigaAisaka wroteWhat's the current mouse you have?

Is there a reason for the switch, such as the mouse is broken/breaking? Doesn't fit your hand properly/gives you wrist pains? Need an ambidextrous mouse?

Edit: Anything specific you want with the mouse? RGB, DPI shift (also known as a Sniper Button,) extra buttons to press, ect.


Cooler Master Xornet II Gaming Mouse 'RGB LED, Up to 3500 DPI, 7 Buttons' SGM-2002-KLON1 is what i have

gives me wrist pains then side buttons arent good enough to small on the hand also
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TaigaAisaka wroteWhat's the current mouse you have?

Is there a reason for the switch, such as the mouse is broken/breaking? Doesn't fit your hand properly/gives you wrist pains? Need an ambidextrous mouse?

Edit: Anything specific you want with the mouse? RGB, DPI shift (also known as a Sniper Button,) extra buttons to press, ect.


yea id like atleast 2 sides buttons DPI Not really as i dont snipe often RGB Neqarly everything has that now haha
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TaigaAisaka wroteWhat's the current mouse you have?

Is there a reason for the switch, such as the mouse is broken/breaking? Doesn't fit your hand properly/gives you wrist pains? Need an ambidextrous mouse?

Edit: Anything specific you want with the mouse? RGB, DPI shift (also known as a Sniper Button,) extra buttons to press, ect.


Cooler Master Xornet II Gaming Mouse 'RGB LED, Up to 3500 DPI, 7 Buttons' SGM-2002-KLON1 is what i have

gives me wrist pains then side buttons arent good enough to small on the hand also


Oh yeah, that would definitely cause me some wrist pains lol

I don't know how big your hand is, but as sudo linked; the G502 is a great mouse. On mice smaller than the G502 I used to have to play 'Claw' which really put a strain on my wrist. The G502 has an RGB variant that has buttons to allow you to change DPI on the fly, has a sniper mode button, hyper-scroll wheel which allows the scroll wheel to spin much longer than normal (button turns it off) and forward and back buttons on the side of the mouse that can be used as a keybinding in game.

Mad Catz R.A.T.7 or Mad Catz R.A.T.6 are mice that allow you to adjust the whole mouse to fit your hand. Problem is, Mad Catz filed for bankruptcy, so these have seen a price gouge as of recent. I have a R.A.T.7 somewhere in my garage that I used to use and it was great. Heavy which was great for playing a sniper role in games and allowing it to fit my hand perfectly was absolutely wonderful. Has on-the-fly DPI, sniper button, programmable back and forward buttons and has a cheeky little rapid fire option for your left click (basically just making a macro for it.) The 7 did not have RGB however. I believe the Mad Catz R.A.T.6, Mad Catz R.A.T. PRO S and Mad Catz R.A.T. PRO X are the only ones with RGB, but they also cost a lot more.

The mouse I'm using right now is the Logitech G903, which unfortunately breaks your price budget. It no longer has a sniper DPI button like the G502 has, but it adds in a few extra things. It's a wireless and wired mouse hybrid, which I have noticed no input lag on wireless; if there is any, it's so minuscule I don't even notice. DPI button are below the mouse wheel, as opposed to near left click like the G502, so no accidental changing DPI at times. The mouse is ambidextrous and because of that, it has 2 sets of forward and back buttons, that you can program for keybindings. Those pieces are magnetic, so you can take them out if you don't want extra key bindings, if you want more, you can add the extra that comes in the box. The mouse is a little smaller than the G502 and that's solely off of length for the fingers. Nothing too big, but if you went from a G502 to a G903, you would notice. RGB too.

Speaking of G903, you might be able to find a G900 which is literally the same mouse. Only difference is the G903 has a 10 gram adjustable weight coin with it and that it works with Logitech's charging mousepad. If none of those matter to you, a G900 might be within price range.

edit: grammar because I'm a dumbass sometimes with spelling


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TaigaAisaka wrote
Tight wrote
TaigaAisaka wroteWhat's the current mouse you have?

Is there a reason for the switch, such as the mouse is broken/breaking? Doesn't fit your hand properly/gives you wrist pains? Need an ambidextrous mouse?

Edit: Anything specific you want with the mouse? RGB, DPI shift (also known as a Sniper Button,) extra buttons to press, ect.


Cooler Master Xornet II Gaming Mouse 'RGB LED, Up to 3500 DPI, 7 Buttons' SGM-2002-KLON1 is what i have

gives me wrist pains then side buttons arent good enough to small on the hand also


Oh yeah, that would definitely cause me some wrist pains lol

I don't know how big your hand is, but as sudo linked; the G502 is a great mouse. On mice smaller than the G502 I used to have to play 'Claw' which really put a strain on my wrist. The G502 has an RGB variant that has buttons to allow you to change DPI on the fly, has a sniper mode button, hyper-scroll wheel which allows the scroll wheel to spin much longer than normal (button turns it off) and forward and back buttons on the side of the mouse that can be used as a keybinding in game.

Mad Catz R.A.T.7 or Mad Catz R.A.T.6 are mice that allow you to adjust the whole mouse to fit your hand. Problem is, Mad Catz filed for bankruptcy, so these have seen a price gouge as of recent. I have a R.A.T.7 somewhere in my garage that I used to use and it was great. Heavy which was great for playing a sniper role in games and allowing it to git my hand perfectly was absolutely wonderful. Has on-the-fly DPI, sniper button, programmable back and forward buttons and has a cheeky little rapid fire option for your left click (basically just making a macro for it.) The 7 did not have RGB however. I believe the Mad Catz R.A.T.6, Mad Catz R.A.T. PRO S and Mad Catz R.A.T. PRO X are the only ones with RGB, but they also cost a lot more.

The mouse I'm using right now is the Logitech G903, which unfortunately breaks your price budget. It no longer has a sniper DPI button like the G502 has, but it adds in a few extra things. It's a wireless and wired mouse hybrid, which I have noticed no input lag on wireless; if there is any, it's so minuscule I don't even notice. DPI button are below the mouse wheel, as opposed to near left click like the G502, so no accidental changing DPI at times. The mouse is ambidextrous and because of that, it has 2 sets of forward and back buttons, that you can program for keybindings. Those pieces are magnetic, so you can take them out if you don't want extra key bindings, if you want more, you can add the extra that comes in the box. The mouse is a little smaller than the G502 and that's solely off of length for the fingers. Nothing too big, but if you went from a G502 to a G903, you would notice. RGB too.

Speaking of G903, you might be able to find a G900 which is literally the same mouse. Only difference is the G903 has a 10 gram adjustable wait coin with it and that it works with Logitech's charging mousepad. If none of those matter to you, a G900 might be within price range.


lot of info to take in tbh i'll have a think about the options as theres a lot of info as im loving pc gaming i wont be switching off it anytime soon ahha so i'll check reviews and that and if i like the mouse you have i'll save that extra bit more Thanks for the help man + repped
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Currently using the Logitech G403 it is a great price and does the trick for any games.
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I really like Logitech mice. I have used several in the past and they were all great.

Logitech G Pro and the Logitech G403 are my current favorites.
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Like Gam and Mark I have the Logitech G403 Prodigy and I highly highly recommend it, I will probably never switch mouse again!
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