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My Mx518 feels a little unresponsive during counterstrike 1.6 but fine when playing other games. It feels like a bit choppy/laggy when ever i shoot and try to look around at the same time.

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  • l3lu3drag0n Apr 21, 2008

    Well im running a Pentium 4 2.8 Ghz
    an ATI x850 Pro AGP
    and I have 1 GB of Ram


    I know its not my system because TF2 and CS:S runs perfectly on the computer

    My mouse feels great on TF2 and CS:S just not CS 1.6, I heard its something about the new steam update on Nov 4, because I felt this problem with my previous mouse as well thats why i switched to the MX518

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I have the same mouse and havent had the problem, Id suggest you check your cs settings.

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  • Ekse Apr 21, 2008

    also if you could post your system specs.

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Please check the minimum ram requirement for the game.

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