cm storm xornet is the best one, i got a steelseries sensei but it sux when it comes to play osu!
I had a G9x... it was okay'ish but not really that good.Do you and NixXSkate spin in the air or something? spinning was easy with my g9x, now a ie3.0, but I also have an ec1 evo and spinning's just fine there.
Then i got a zowie FK, which is good for jumps and all that good stuff, but if the song becomes fast the thiniest lift will cause problems. I can't even spin full speed.
So now i'm waiting for the one Aqo posted.
I've heard reports of the Spawn jittering at 800 dpi with the newer firmware. Versions with the older firmware, assuming my previous information is correct, should have no jitter but a high LOD.
Lolzyy wrote:cm storm xornet is the best one, i got a steelseries sensei but it sux when it comes to play osu!The CM Storm Xornet has a low perfect control speed, so you're better off forkin over the extra bucks for the Spawn instead.
Got my ie3.0.IMO you won't have a very good time with the older Microsoft mice unless you overclock their polling rate (which is impossible in Windows 8/8.1 unless you use a PS/2 adapter and set it to 200Hz). They also only come in 400dpi, so you'd have to get used to that if you want to use it at its maximum potential.
Honestly I dont like it. I can't find a sensitivity that feels nice. So i'm going to stick with my Zowie for now.
Is Razer Ouroboros a good mouse for osu ?If you're looking for an accurate mouse, then no.
@ NixXsSkateI do it too unwillingly. It's part of getting used to the friction between your mouse and pad, and reducing it at times you don't want the friction to be grippy. It just happens.
who lifts their mouse while playing osu? LOD isnt a problem if you dont lift your mouse at all.