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post #91 of 102 (permalink) Old 11-17-2019, 01:18 AM
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More I use this mouse the more disappointed I've become in the build quality. My M2 is really irritating with some plastic-on-plastic rubbing during post travel. Apparently some people have developed this over time, but mine came with the rubbing out of the box.
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Yes, this could be the definitive mouse, but quality stinks. I have a quite good copy, I made some fixes, but I'm still not happy...

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Mine is a "good" copy as well. Not a lot of wobble or side-to-side play on the M1 and M2 buttons. I also did the post travel fix with some zip ties. The M1 is better but the M2 bottoms out now right before registering a click. I actually didn't notice until looking while clicking because the buttons are so flimsy and flexible. I guess I could file the zip tie down a bit, but I think I'll just return the mouse. I was thinking of finding out where the grinding was coming from and filing some plastic down, but I could just end up making things sloppier. Maybe some coconut oil on the plastic-on-plastic areas, but how often would I have to open the mouse up and lube those parts?

I think CoolerMaster would have been better off with a weight optimized 60-70g MasterMouse S without holes and with integrated shell buttons. That mouse feels much better in-hand, even if it's supposed to be the same shape (to me it feels like the MMS hump is a bit wider and the hump sides don't drop off as sharply, but that could just be the feel of materials).
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Curious to try and compare to the Model O- I've received a MM710 this weekend.

LOVE LOVE the WEIGHT, the CABLE (truly equals paracords), the tactile scroll-wheel and of course the SENSOR.

Concerning the shape..
- This wide shape suit a lot more palm or claw than fingertip if the hand is around 18-19cm. I understand why RJN said MM710 shape is too wide.. for me tracking is mostly done with fingers and with the wide shape I end up with very reduced range of motion, it impact micro adjustment.
Also arm aiming become priority over wrist aim, that means low sens is preferable.
- I feel my finger aim is wasted with it.
On the other side I also feel less shape of the mouse is wasted compared to model O- where my palm floats above the top shell due to fingertip grip.
- I'm not bothered by the big holes (apart from looks), instead that feature manage to put my pinky in a very stable and precise position regardless of sweat levels. No need to add skins on this.
- the side buttons are harder to find with a thin thumb, M4 and M5 have different sizes and are located HIGHER than the Model O- (forced to re-position my finger I could not do tracking while using them at the same time)


- in my case the time period to adjust was zero because of past muscle memory.
- the scroll wheel and dpi button are located closer to the center, it makes the dpi button impossible to reach
- I did not find the plastic covering the feet
- button response time by default was set to 12ms, minimum being 4ms
- minimum DPI level you can set is 200, there is also the option to set separate values for X and Y axis by steps of 100!
- my copy have a good build except for a small rattle coming from something else than the wheel or side buttons (could be the sensor)

There are 2 firmware upgrade available by the way. The last one comes with the software (v 1.02 I think).


In stock form the MM710 fit my grip better than O- but thanks to the mods I can make better use of the thinner design of the Glorious one.
They both got so close yet so far for what fit me best..
A thinner & shorter MM710 with lower side buttons would be perfect (for claw grip).
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Quote: Originally Posted by ATH-YF View Post
Curious to try and compare to the Model O- I've received a MM710 this weekend.

LOVE LOVE the WEIGHT, the CABLE (truly equals paracords), the tactile scroll-wheel and of course the SENSOR.

Concerning the shape..
- This wide shape suit a lot more palm or claw than fingertip if the hand is around 18-19cm. I understand why RJN said MM710 shape is too wide.. for me tracking is mostly done with fingers and with the wide shape I end up with very reduced range of motion, it impact micro adjustment.
Also arm aiming become priority over wrist aim, that means low sens is preferable.
- I feel my finger aim is wasted with it.
On the other side I also feel less shape of the mouse is wasted compared to model O- where my palm floats above the top shell due to fingertip grip.
- I'm not bothered by the big holes (apart from looks), instead that feature manage to put my pinky in a very stable and precise position regardless of sweat levels. No need to add skins on this.
- the side buttons are harder to find with a thin thumb, M4 and M5 have different sizes and are located HIGHER than the Model O- (forced to re-position my finger I could not do tracking while using them at the same time)


- in my case the time period to adjust was zero because of past muscle memory.
- the scroll wheel and dpi button are located closer to the center, it makes the dpi button impossible to reach
- I did not find the plastic covering the feet
- button response time by default was set to 12ms, minimum being 4ms
- minimum DPI level you can set is 200, there is also the option to set separate values for X and Y axis by steps of 100!
- my copy have a good build except for a small rattle coming from something else than the wheel or side buttons (could be the sensor)

There are 2 firmware upgrade available by the way. The last one comes with the software (v 1.02 I think).


In stock form the MM710 fit my grip better than O- but thanks to the mods I can make better use of the thinner design of the Glorious one.
They both got so close yet so far for what fit me best..
A thinner & shorter MM710 with lower side buttons would be perfect (for claw grip).
What is your hand size?

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post #96 of 102 (permalink) Old 11-18-2019, 07:07 PM
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17.5cm length
9.5cm wide
If you use rocketjumpninja measuring

10.5 cm middle finger
5.6 cm 3-finger length
With his new measurements

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17.5cm length
9.5cm wide
If you use rocketjumpninja measuring
Ah okay, that makes a lot of sense. I have 19.5 x 10.5 cm hands and find the MM710 to be pretty much PERFECT. Glad they decided to take the godly Mastermouse S shape and improve it with new features.

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Hello. Three days ago I got a new Cooler Master MM710 from Aliexpress. Until today mouse worked flawlessly. Now whenever I reconnect my mouse to USB port or reboot my computer mouse doesn't respond to any movements until 10-15 seconds after start. It registers buttons clicks but cursor doesn't move. I checked the mouse on another PC and it behaves the same.
I guess it is somehow related to surface calibration feature. If there are no surface profiles saved in memory mouse will start working immediately after boot. Has anyone else encountered such issues?
By the way my mouse has no issues with build quality at all. No side flex, no rattle, button wobble almost non-existent. Manufactured 2019-10-18 according to Chinese sticker on the box.

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post #99 of 102 (permalink) Old 12-06-2019, 05:10 AM
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You might need to re-flash the firmware. I don't know if you can roll back then re upgrade since it just check for up versions.
At launch the firmware patch will tell you what version the mice is on and activate the confirming button only if the version is older.

If I remember the Readme notes they mentioned something about surface calibration.

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post #100 of 102 (permalink) Old 12-06-2019, 08:26 AM
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How to check production date and firmware? I can't seem to find those info on mine
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