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post #11 of 15
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well the sniper button is for changing dpi and as seen in a review you cant set anything you want to it. by the cm storm reaper you can set it to do anything. But i have had the thermaltake tt esports black gaming mouse wich broke on me recently and now im using a stock acer mouse wich you get by your pc. so do you think i would really mind that since i have never ahd a really good sensor
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by PurpleFurple View Post

well the sniper button is for changing dpi and as seen in a review you cant set anything you want to it. by the cm storm reaper you can set it to do anything. But i have had the thermaltake tt esports black gaming mouse wich broke on me recently and now im using a stock acer mouse wich you get by your pc. so do you think i would really mind that since i have never ahd a really good sensor

You may not notice, man. It rarely bothers me with the ADNS9500 sensor. As far as the sniper button goes, the M65 allows you to remap it to any key on the keyboard. I'm not sure how the RAT mice handle their sniper buttons.
post #13 of 15
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and the corsair has a good sensor? and are you 100% sure its not only for dpi
post #14 of 15
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and what about the perixx mx2000II that has a adns9500
post #15 of 15
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and the corsair has a good sensor? and are you 100% sure its not only for dpi

No, the M65 has an ADNS9800. It will function equally as well as the 9500 mice, including the Perixx. The bad thing about a lot of the mice you listed is that they are very small companies that may not have the resources for consistent software updates or RMA support.
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