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post #101 of 221


My K90 and M60 together

The m60 is easily the most comfortable mouse I have ever used!!!!!
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4X4GB Gskill RipJaws DDR3 1866 Samsung 840 series 250 GB OS drive Samsung 830 series 128 GB Games Drive Western Digital Green- Data Drive 
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ASUS 24X DVD Burner XSPC 5.25 Dual bay resivoir with an MCP655 pump Swiftech slim 240mm radiator AeroCool 240mm X 60mm Radiator 
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post #102 of 221
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Originally Posted by Vita Cordes View Post

I just got my Corsair M90. And I love the feeling, the grip, the movements. Some may complain it's too heavy and not adjustable... I'm one of these weird guys who prefers it even heavier XD
But, the mouse buttons for the thumb are really freaking tough. They are so hard to press that it just strains your muscles. Yesterday I had to press the push to talk button (located at the thumb), for like 5 minutes and after releasing it, my hand was almost numb. Also during the tournaments in gw2 there is no time to rely on these buttons and I actually bought it for that.
I read the whole thread, and I can't believe no one actually said anything about it here.
Does anyone have a solution for these tough buttons, or should I return to the store within my 8 day no good guarantee? I would not like it since everything else is perfect. Just these damn buttons.
And as an answer for gtsteviiee (since I dislike questions being unanswered in a tread). If you use the mouse with the right hand it's no problem. But for the left hand it's a definite no go, the little finger won't be able to press the buttons or even lay comfortably on it. Any other finger except the thumb just won't do. You could contact corsair tough and ask if they have a mirrored mouse available, or if they can make one on special order (higher price ofc).

I like my M90 for the same reasons you do. Out of all the MMO gaming mice I looked at, the M90 had the best looking thumb button layout and that's why I got it, not to mention the great build quality and price. Once I got use to the software it's easy to change settings quickly. I remember when I was reading reviews about the M90 more than one reviewer mentioned how stiff the thumb buttons were, but being a carpenter and holding tools and a hammer all day long I thought how stiff could the buttons be. So thumb button stiffness is not an issue with me. I actually perfered to get the M60 but it lacked an additional two buttons that I wanted. The M90 would be perfect for me if it had two less thumb buttons and with larger buttons. I suppose if you've used these types of mice in the past it's probably all relative to your past experiences. The only solution I can think of would be to get a tennis ball and use your thumb to squeze it when your watching tv or something...strengthen that thumb.
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post #103 of 221
Hello everyone, sorry for my english ... I just bought M90 but I have a problem with Battlefield 3!
For a car accident only use the left arm .. and a pedal with 3 buttons.
please help me I can not assign mouse buttons on the game.

Help me! thanks ! : Rolleyes:: Rolleyes:
post #104 of 221
I make a test with the right mouse button by setting the letter G (grenades) in windows 7 works but does not work in Battlefield3! why? What should I do?
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couldnt you just use the ingame key mapping system?
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post #106 of 221
Basic Buttons - Keystroke with hardware playback !! Ok I solved ! smile.gif
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Can anyone who's had the M90 for long comment on its durability and build quality? I'm looking to replace my Razer Naga with it.
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Can anyone who's had the M90 for long comment on its durability and build quality? I'm looking to replace my Razer Naga with it.

I've had my M90 for a couple of months. The build quality is very good, although some have issues with the stiffness of the thumb buttons, but it hasn't been a problem for me. I play games like Mass Effect 3 and Skyrim so it's nice to have some extra buttons. Like anything, durability is subjective to how the device is used, but this mouse is built like a tank and should be good to go for a long time. I've seen the M90 on sale recently at Newegg for $50.00 recently, and with a $20.00 rebate, brings the price down to $30.00...can't go wrong with that price and it might be worth giving it a try.
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post #109 of 221
Question for you M60 owners: How are the left and right click buttons? How do they feel? Light? Heavy? Responsive? Low or high tactility? Moosh?
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Question for you M60 owners: How are the left and right click buttons? How do they feel? Light? Heavy? Responsive? Low or high tactility? Moosh?
feel perfect for me.
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