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post #161 of 221
Just wondering, are M65/M95 owners allowed to join? There is no M65/M95 club.
post #162 of 221
Hi guys, I owned this mouse for about 5 months until 3 days ago when it just died, lights went off, not detected by BIOS nor OS.
I noticed that sometimes the mouse stayed on even after turning the PC off, so smart me after requesting an RMA from corsair and not hearing response from them in 3 days I decided to buy another one, but same problem still persists.

I can assume now that what killed my previous M90 was probably the fact that it stayed on after turning off my system , buy why?
Is any one of you owners having the same issue? the curious thing is that only the mouse stays on, not the keyboard or any other USB device connected to the back of the motherboard, I already swapped it from the SS USB 3.0 to the regular USB 2.0 and still happening.

Not sure if the problem is the mouse or the mobo, but like I already said, no other device stays on after turning my system off, could be possible that both of the mice that bought have the same problem? what the issue could be?

Im also joining the club, Im posting some pics to show how stays on even with the rest of the system turned off.







    
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@mfranco702 Sucks your having issues, and weird ones at that. The fact that it's happening through multiple USB ports, and only for the mouse, is bizarre to the extreme. BTW we seem to have almost the same exact desk. There are a couple minor differences though.


Hey! I picked up the beautiful M90 today ($50), and would like to join the club smile.gif. I upgraded from some $8 pos generic mouse, which I'd been using since my Logitech MX500 broke.

First impressions:
Unpacking was a breeze. The length of the cable is perfect for my setup, and the cording around the cable is great. The mouse is excellent quality (solid as a rock), as I had expected. I like the weight, and the size of the mouse compliments my hand size and style. I really, really love this mouse so far! My mouse pad (that I got for free btw) scores a solid 5/5 on the surface quality test. The mouse wheel looks and feels awesome, and is a fair exchange for the lack of side-to-side functionality. There is a small scratch on the front aluminum part of the mouse (second from last image shows this), and I have no idea if that was there when I got it, or if it somehow happened in the last few hours...

The software is nice, and has many features. One problem I found, however, is that I can't seem to program a simple doubleclick macro without having to have an AHK script running. Apparently the Playback Options don't apply for something simple like a click, but only for key presses and such. If anyone knows how to do this inside the app, please let me know!

The side buttons are accessible for the most part with ease, but I do have one small complaint. The side buttons can dis-actuate (for lack of a better word I can think of) without the button actually being fully released (e.g. un-clicking). You really have to make sure you are pressing with enough pressure to hold the button fully down for functions that require holding (such as sniper button). This has already messed me up both in games and working in GIMP. Perhaps some buttons are worse than others, but it is very noticeable in button 14 (the default sniper button.)

In conclusion, everything works as expected from what I had read about it, and I am content to have gotten it for $50. I am certain my efficiency in both games and other applications will benefit tenfold from this new HID. I probably just have to get used to holding the sniper button down harder to avoid that problem I mentioned.

Here are some shots!







Edited by Xion209 - 5/21/13 at 12:14am
post #164 of 221
Can the M60 be run driverless?

I don't need to customize buttons, just to be able to adjust sensitivity on the mouse.
post #165 of 221
Hello Friends of Corsair,

Just an update. My M90 is still going strong and it's doing everything its suppose to. I just wanted to post a pic of the new Corsair Vengeance K70 mechanical keyboard that I recently picked up, along with Corsair's MM200 fabric mouse pad (11.75" x 14.0"). The new keyboard is a nice compliment to my M90 and it has allowed me to expand the surface area of mouse movement on my desktop, so I needed a new larger mouse pad. The new MM200 mouse pad feels really nice with my M90, silky smooth movement, and using Corsair's 'Surface Quality' test I'm getting tests in the 4's...my last mouse pad only gave my 3's, but the mouse still worked fine.


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post #166 of 221
Damn it, why doesn't my G15 die so that I can get a K70!!
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Damn it, why doesn't my G15 die so that I can get a K70!!

lol, good luck with your G15 dying. My old monster/huge G11 just would not give up the ghost, but I've been chomping at the bit to try a mechanical keyboard, so even though the G11 is a good workhorse, I put it out to pasture.

@mfranco702

Interesting about your mouse staying lite after shutting down. When I was switching out my keyboards, with the computer shut down, I happened to notice that when I grabbed my mouse to move it a light flashed on it, and I thought "what's that about?" I'm thinking that there must be an onboard rechargeable battery that's used to store profiles. I'm not sure about the specs for USB 3.0, but if the voltage requirements differ from 2.0, it's possible that you fried the micro circuitry...just a thought.

@fegelein

I don't see why the M65 and M95 should be excluded from this thread. Maybe UpsideDownAce can change the title to 'Corsair M Series Owners Club". smile.gif
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post #168 of 221
Guys I got my M60 today, and while removing the weights for the first time this happened! Did anyone go through same issue? I really am worried about Corsair's build quality now! This is a kids job mad.gif

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=119085

Now I'll need to RMA it, great redface.gif
post #169 of 221
Mine is comind wednesday will let you know how it looks.
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Guys I got my M60 today, and while removing the weights for the first time this happened! Did anyone go through same issue? I really am worried about Corsair's build quality now! This is a kids job mad.gif

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=119085

Now I'll need to RMA it, great redface.gif

I just posted a reply at Corsair to your thread. Today I had to repackage a return to Amazon for some Sony speakers that did not work...such is life. smile.gif
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