the new Razer drivers anyone tried ??

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  1. gibbon565

    gibbon565 Bouncy BOUNCY!

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    Anyone tried the new XP Razer boomslang drivers for XP ?? man what a difference ;) and I cant believe they actually got a set out tbh ...hehe but it's nice to see updates are still being made to the site after ages! http://www.razerzone.com/ Well I dug out my old Razer to give it another try and now I know why I bought it in the first place. What a mouse and more dpi than any other mouse on the market.
     
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    I've always wanted to get a Razer, but I was waiting for XP drivers to come out first. I take it that the XP drivers completely rock?
     
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    gibbon565 Bouncy BOUNCY!

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    Well yes :D man I love my boomslang :lol:
     
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    I currently have a Microsoft Wireless Intellipoint mouse, and while it's a good mouse, I always have the sensitivity as high as the computer will let me for gaming... and I can feel the lack of resolution then. I can move the mouse physically to within something like .2mm of where I want it to go, but when the mouse will only move in fits and jumps of 2-3px, I can't aim as accurately as I should... do you have a Boomslang 1000 or 2000? I've been looking at the 2000, but I've heard that they are significantly more fragile...
     
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    Toshiro

    If you lower you sensitivity, your mouse will move 1 pixel at a time.
    At least it does with mine. ;)
     
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    hasher if u got some ,pass it around

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    nice but i want now a 2500 dpi optical :)
     
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    Yep, I know, but then my reflexes will be shot - the way I play, my arm never moves, only my wrist - ~1.5" = 360 turn, and anything less sensitive than that will just mess with the way I like to game ;)
     
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    Not like im one to care about blowing money on my comp i find this mice a little over priced.
     
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    Over priced? With my hand problems and the amount of time I would be spending on the mouse... I think it would be worth it. I would much rather have a very nice keyboard, a very nice mouse, a very nice monitor, and then a mediocre rig than the other way around. I won't miss 10fps that much - I will miss a comfortable keyboard, quality monitor, and quality mouse, because those are the things that I am really _using_ most of the time...
     
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    well i have a great soft key keyboard from BestBuy like 14 bucks have all the mulitmedia keys i dont use lol....and a nice optiocal logitech mouse from wal-mart for like 25 dollars. Suit me fine. And yes i cant stand "hard" keyboards.
     

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