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Hey guys, I just bought a Cooler Master Storm Quickfire Ultimate with Cherry Blue keys and I'm looking for a mouse to go with it. I really liked the feel of the Corsair Vengeance M65 but I've been reading that the input lag on the mouse is a deal breaker for some. Does anyone know if the input lag is noticeable at all DPI settings? I don't generally play any games at the jacked up DPI settings. Any other recommendations for mice?

Side question: Does anyone have any experience yet with the keyboard I bought? Buying it blind having never used Cherry Blues before.
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Input lag is at any setting, its how the mouse works.
Even with their new firmware, its still not as mediocre responsive as a9500 sensor.
Get m40 if you like this shape.

I only have experience cherry mx red, they are linear and its easy to double tap them fast, its supposedly the best for games. Blues are best for typing, they are loud tactile, but but not as fast as red. Difference wont be huge for normal gaming.
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I use the corsair M95 which, to my knowledge, uses the same sensor as the M65. I haven't noticed any mouse lag at all. I quite like the heft and build quality of the corsair mice. I much prefer the M95, for example, over the Razer and Logitech mice I've used.
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Oh OK I see what your saying. I actually just ended up getting the Razer DA2013. It was on sale for $60 with free shipping so I'm also buying this blind. I've never used any Cherry switches, but I do a lot of typing and am a casual gamer, mostly RTS and FPS. I'm mostly afraid that my wifey is going to kill me with the blue switches. My office is right next to the bedroom and I'm not sure how loud it's actually going to be. Oh well, it may be a $100 mistake, but I gotta start somewhere with the switches.
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Tracking on DA 2013 is delayed too because of smoothing algorithm that makes high dpi jitter free. So its not the best choice.
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Oh OK I see what your saying. I actually just ended up getting the Razer DA2013. It was on sale for $60 with free shipping so I'm also buying this blind. I've never used any Cherry switches, but I do a lot of typing and am a casual gamer, mostly RTS and FPS. I'm mostly afraid that my wifey is going to kill me with the blue switches. My office is right next to the bedroom and I'm not sure how loud it's actually going to be. Oh well, it may be a $100 mistake, but I gotta start somewhere with the switches.

Blackwidow Stealth could be an option if you want to avoid that. I personally enjoy the clicky sound, but they are quite loud, and I do get complaints at night since they can definitely be heard from an opposite room.
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Oh OK I see what your saying. I actually just ended up getting the Razer DA2013. It was on sale for $60 with free shipping so I'm also buying this blind. I've never used any Cherry switches, but I do a lot of typing and am a casual gamer, mostly RTS and FPS. I'm mostly afraid that my wifey is going to kill me with the blue switches. My office is right next to the bedroom and I'm not sure how loud it's actually going to be. Oh well, it may be a $100 mistake, but I gotta start somewhere with the switches.

if the bedroom is right beside the office can the blue switches asap, they will go right through that wall
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