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post #11 of 16
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The M60 have 8 million click rating. Hmm, I wonder is it possible to switch out the switches for the new ones? So you have the M60 laser with the M65 switches.
Maybe. They look same to me. And if they use same micro switch then it might be possible to replace the switches of M60.
Damn, what a fine unit M65 is, just if it wasn't affected with that sensor smoothness/input lag bug!
post #12 of 16
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The white M65 is the coolest looking mouse ive ever seen.
post #13 of 16
come users speak about lag specially with Windows 8
and you ?
post #14 of 16
ive had an m65 for about 3 days now, didn't get a chance to test it out in a FPS but i use it on work and i have played splintercell blacklist with it.
no input lag here.
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post #15 of 16
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ive had an m65 for about 3 days now, didn't get a chance to test it out in a FPS but i use it on work and i have played splintercell blacklist with it.
no input lag here.
have used it on windows 7 ultimate, xp professional and 8.1....
like i said, no input lag
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post #16 of 16
Yup, no humanly noticeable lag! None, zip, zero!

I know this is an ancient thread but I recently had to replace my 3 year old M65 and was looking around for newer products in the same ~$50 price range (which BTW, is what I paid 3.x years ago too). YAY for ignoring inflation! And, I want to comment that this is the best mouse money can buy. It may sound a little insane but I spend about 10 to 12 hours a day gaming, or creating virtual content in apps like PS, LW3D, Maya, Houdini and so on (tho mostly gaming! biggrin.gif ) and I've tried all the popular mice, Razor, Logitech (or Logicool as it's called here in Japan), etc. and even some of the odd-balls that looked awesome like the R.A.T. series. I play mostly twitchy games like Quake and so on but recently have begun exploring open-world MMO RPGs like GTAV and ESO etc..

Long story short, every other mouse I've tried (and that is a very long list!) in any price range, breaks before it's time and/or is the victim of incompetent programmers creating/updating it's drivers - and often both at the same time. frown.gif With the averages being: breakage in 7 or 8 months and prices in the $80 range one can just figure that they're renting mice at $10 a month or so. That's too much IMO. With the M65 I feel more like I purchased ownership of something - something that'll last! $50 for 3 years, YES! And for the gaming I do it's everything I want in a mouse short of nero-interfacing directly into my brain. tongue.gif

  • 5 programmable buttons and a user settable sniper button,
  • 3 user definable DPI settings selectable on-the-fly,
  • actually "any-surface" operation, and both
  • hardware and software (recordable) mouse-macros.
  • Oh, and an ultra-comfortable function-fit for my hands.
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