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Hi there, looking here and there I found a few mouse models designed specifically for Gamers...This is a short selection from a list i had, I want to share with you, maybe someone is interested CoolerMaster Storm Sentinel Advance Gaming Mouse this mouse is really awesome..I want one of those $69.99 on BestBuy You can found a full review about this mouse here Also a video review here ASUS ROG GX900 Gaming Mouse $79.00 on Asus store $69.00 on GenTech ASUS presents the ROG GX900, the gaming input with precision laser sensor technology and the coolest user-interface on a mouse! It’s tailored to gamers looking for high speed action and total reliability in FPS, RTS, online RPGs and other game genres Features: - Precision laser technology up to 4000dpi - Customizable DPI, button functions and macros - Five-way tangle free cable management with sleeve protection - Gold-plated USB connector provides high speed data transfer rates - Weight system - adjust the mouse weight by your preference RAZER DeathAdder Precision Optical Gaming Mouse $44.99 on Newegg The Razer DeathAdder is the weapon of choice for gamers seeking a combination of comfort and unbridled gaming precision. Enjoy extended gaming sessions in comfort with its right-handed ergonomic form factor crafted for the world of competitive gaming; and when the difference between victory and defeat is determined between heartbeats, the 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor translates your every movement into frags with pinpoint accuracy. Features: - Ergonomic design - 3500DPI Infrared sensor - 1000HZ Ultrapolling - On-the-fly sensitivity adjustmen - Customizable buttons Logitech G9x $59.99 on Newegg The Logitech G9x gaming mouse is customizable for comfort and function! Select either Wide Load or Precision grip, or choose from a selection of optional grips, for the perfect fit. The G9’s high-performance laser game engine brings unrivaled speed and accuracy to your desktop, and is adjustable from 200-5700dpi Video review
I modded my CM storm SF-19 to filter dust and to vibrate less. The result turned out to be excellent. Q&A Q: Will this block my airflow? A: Not much, further down in the guide I am showing you the famous paper test after modification. Q: Does the anti-vibration mod work well? A: There will still be vibrations, but much less. What do you need? -Rubber tape -Electical tape -Mosquito net The dustfilter mod Step 1: Cut your mosquito net to fit the underneath of your cooler Step 2: Tape it to the bottom of the cooler The anti-vibration mod Step 1: Cut your tape to the correct size. Step 2: Wrap the plastic knobs with the rubber tape. Step 3: Reattach the fans to the grill step 4: Tape the mosquito net over the grill. Airflow is still strong As you can see in this picture, the paper is lifted quite high into the air. I am holding down one corner of the paper with a rubber hammock feet. Just as a safety precaution I am not responsible if any damage occurs The End