Best Mouse For CS GO : Essential Guide


Anwell P.

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Counter Strike: Global Offensive, or CSGO as most people call it, is a game of pure aiming skill and great mechanics. It is one of the most punishing FPS games when you don’t have good aim. The most essential gaming peripheral you need in order to succeed in CSGO is a good mouse with a good and reliable sensor. Having a good mouse that can track your every move accurately is very important so that you don’t miss your shots when they count the most.

Best Mouse For CS GO : Essential Guide

We’ve compiled a list of mouse that we think are the best the gaming mice industry has to offer. Complete with the specs and a short list of pros that use the mouse when competing.


Logitech G Pro Wireless – Proven and Tested Wireless Mouse


Pros who use this mouse:

s1mple (NaVi), EliGE (TL), nitr0 (TL), Lekr0 (NiP), and autimatic (Gen.G)

The Logitech G Pro Wireless is a beloved mouse around the gaming community. It’s a mouse used by a ton of pro players from different e-sport titles, which already tells you a lot about how good the mouse really is. It’s a wireless mouse making it easier to move around because you don’t have to deal with any cable drag. It’s also an ultralight mouse, weighing only 80g, allowing you to hit those flick shots with ease.

It has the Logitech HERO 16K sensor that can go up to 16,000 DPI and has a report rate of 1000Hz or 1 ms, making it an incredibly accurate and responsive mouse. It has a great shape that is perfect for almost any grip, and can be used by both left and right handed players.

Physical Specifications:

  • Length: 125.0mm
  • Width: 63.5mm
  • Height: 40.0mm
  • Weight: 80g
  • Cable length (for charging/wired mode): 1.80m / 5.9ft

BenQ Zowie FK1, FK1+, and FK2 – A Great Budget Option


Pros who use this mouse:

Xyp9x (Astralis), dupreeh (Astralis), shox (Vitality), and arT (Furia)

BenQ’s FK series are a group of very well performing but also cheap gaming mice. All three mice have almost identical specs aside from their size. They are all ambidextrous mice making it great for both left and right handed players.

They also use the same PWM sensor that goes up to 3200 DPI and has up to a 1000Hz or 1ms report rate making it an accurate and fast mouse.

All are relatively lightweight, 91g being the heaviest and 81g being the lightest, allowing players to do their flicks all day long. They are also very comfortable for any grip type, though it may depend on the size of your hands.

Physical Specifications:

  • Length: 128mm (FK1+ and Fk1), 124mm (FK2)
  • Width: 62mm (FK1+), 60mm (FK1), 58mm(FK2)
  • Height: 37mm (FK1+ and FK1), 36mm (FK2)
  • Weight: 91g (FK1+), 86g (FK1), 81g(FK2)
  • Cable Length: 2m / 6.6ft (FK1+, FK1, and FK2)

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Razer Deathadder Elite – A Great Ergonomic Mouse with RGB Accents


Pros who use this mouse:

Frozen (Mouz), Hunden (ML), Hampus (GL), and wayLander (pro100)

The Razer Deathadder Elite is another great mouse with good sensors that doesn’t break the bank. It has an advanced optical sensor that supports up to 16,000 DPI and a report rate of 1 ms.

The Deathadder Elite has a great ergonomic design for right handed players making it comfortable to grip and hold. It also has some RGB built into it to give it a better look. It’s a little bit on the heavy side at 105g, making it perfect for people who prefer heavier mice.

Physical Specifications:

  • Length: 127mm
  • Width: 70mm
  • Height: 44mm
  • Weight: 105g
  • Cable Length: 2.1m / 7ft

BenQ Zowie EC1-B and EC2-B – The Middle Weight Mouse


Pros who use this mouse:

electronic (NaVi), Liazz (100T), misutaaa (Vitality), and nawwk (NiP)

The Zowie EC1-B and EC2-B lineup are great mice for people who don’t want the lightest mouse available but are also not fond of heavy mice over 100g. It’s an ergonomic right handed mouse that weighs only 90g for the EC2-B and 94g for the EC1-B.

Both of them have the PMW 3360 sensor that can go up to 3200 DPI and has a report rate of 1ms making it a great mouse for competitive gaming. It’s good for different grips and you can just choose from the 2 different sizes that best fit your hands.

Physical Specifications:

  • Length: 128mm (EC1-B) and 120mm (EC2-B)
  • Width: 64mm (EC1-B) and 61mm (EC2-B)
  • Height: 43mm (EC1-B) and 40mm (EC2-B)
  • Weight: 94g (EC1-B) and 90g (EC2-B)
  • Cable Length: 2m / 6.6ft

Razer Viper Ultimate – The Best Premium Wireless Mouse


Pros who use this mouse:

Stanislaw (EG), Ethan (EG), NBK (EG), TACO (MIBR), and Gruby (AGO)

The Razer Viper Ultimate is the newest wireless mouse from Razer and it is quickly gaining attention from the gaming community, claiming that it is currently the best gaming mouse available.

These claims did not come out of nowhere though, the mouse has the Razer Focus+ sensor that can go up to 20,000 DPI and 1000Hz response rate, even in wireless mode making it a very good wireless gaming mouse.

It’s also a very light wireless gaming mouse coming in at only 74g. It also looks and feels premium, especially if you get the charging dock for the Razer Viper Ultimate. If money is no problem for you, then the Razer Viper Ultimate is probably the best mouse to play CSGO with for you.

Physical Specifications:

  • Length: 126.8mm
  • Width: 57.6mm
  • Height: 37.8mm
  • Weight: 74g
  • Cable Length (for charging/wired mode): 1.8m / 6ft

BenQ Zowie ZA11 ZA12, and ZA13 – Ambidextrous Mouse for All Grips


Pros who use this mouse:

es3tag (Astralis), Buster (, chopper (Spirit), and Forester (HL)

The Zowie ZA series is another great collection of mice that are perfect for both left and right handed users, with any grip type, and any size of hands. The ZA comes in Small, Medium, and Large sizes to accommodate almost any gamer.

They use the PMW 3310 sensor that has a 100-Hz report rate and supports up to 3200 DPI which should be enough for most users. They have a great ambidextrous design quite similar to the shape of the Logitech G Pro Wireless. You should be able to find a comfortable hand position no matter what grip you use.

Physical Specifications:

  • Length: 128mm(ZA11), 124mm(ZA12), and 120mm(ZA13)
  • Width: 60mm(ZA11), 58mm(ZA12), and 56mm(ZA13)
  • Height: 40mm(ZA1), 39mm(ZA12), and 38mm(ZA13)
  • Weight: 87g(ZA11), 83g(ZA12), and 80g(ZA13)
  • Cable Length: 2m / 6.6ft (ZA11,ZA12,ZA13)

How to Choose the Perfect CS:GO Mouse for You?

The main thing you need to consider when choosing a gaming mouse for CS:GO is your grip type and if you can comfortably move the mouse around.

Most sensors found in gaming mice are usually good enough to perform at a competitive level but every mouse will differ in shapes and sizes.

You need to find a mouse that you can properly grip without problems, move without straining, and use comfortably. Comfort is key when choosing your gaming mouse.

How We Chose Our Top Picks

We first gathered a list of all CS:GO pros and what gaming mice they use to compete.

We then checked the specs of each mouse and took a look at how popular each one was around the CS:GO pro community to narrow our choices down to 12.

Fun Fact: BenQ Zowie mice were the most used gaming brand by CS:GO pros by far, Logitech then came in 2nd. We then eliminated a mouse one-by-one until we were able to come up with 6 gaming mice that we thought were the best for playing CS:GO.

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