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CORSAIR Launches New M65 RGB ULTRA Gaming Mice

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CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gear for gamers and content creators, today announced the newest entries in its world-renowned M65 lineup of high-performance gaming mice: the M65 RGB ULTRA and, for the first time, the M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS. Combining the iconic shape and aluminium construction that has seen the M65 trusted by gamers for over a decade, these new mice add the latest in performance gaming technology to ensure you're ready to take on the highest level of competition.

Within their familiar frame, the M65 RGB ULTRA and M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS pack the most cutting-edge technology in a CORSAIR mouse to date. The 26,000 DPI CORSAIR MARKSMAN optical sensor offers incredible precision, customizable in single DPI steps. This is complemented by CORSAIR QUICKSTRIKE primary buttons, spring-loaded for zero gap between the left and right clicks and their optical OMRON switches for instantly responsive gaming. Those clicks are then transmitted to your PC with CORSAIR AXON 8,000 Hz hyper-processing in the M65 RGB ULTRA, or 2,000 Hz SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS in the M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS. The result is a mouse that registers and transmits your actions unbelievably fast, whether you opt for the wired or wireless version.



Both mice will be instantly recognizable to PC gaming veterans thanks to their iconic premium aluminium frame and distinctive design, great for both claw and fingertip grips. The versatile tunable weight system makes a return, letting players pinpoint their optimal weight within an 18-gram range for their most comfortable gaming experience.

By popular demand, the M65 now comes in a wireless variant for the first time. Connecting with sub-1 ms SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS or Bluetooth, the M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS features up to 60ft of range and up to 120 hours of rechargeable battery life for days of untethered gaming.

The M65 RGB ULTRA and M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS both contain Sensor Fusion technology, another first for CORSAIR mice. This built-in six-axis gyro and accelerometer instantly detects when you lift the mouse, enabling ultra-low liftoff distance, so you never experience accidental erratic movements when repositioning the mouse in the middle of a firefight. The gyro can also be programmed with CORSAIR iCUE software for tilt gestures, so you can map in-game commands such as reload or weapon switch to quick, simple mouse movements.

Merging timeless, fan-favorite design with the powerful technology to keep up with today's fiercest competition, the M65 RGB ULTRA and M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS deliver the ultra-fast, ultra-precise performance you need to make all your clicks count.

Availability and Warranty
The CORSAIR M65 RGB ULTRA and M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS Gaming Mice are available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.

The CORSAIR M65 RGB ULTRA and M65 RGB ULTRA WIRELESS are backed by a two-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.

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While their hardware is fine, it's the bloatware that leaves a bad taste in mouth.
True, I can't stand their icue software; but the hardaware is not always fine.
On my Corsair Dark Core, the left button started double clicking after two years and now the mouse wheel is failing also.
 

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True, I can't stand their icue software; but the hardaware is not always fine.
On my Corsair Dark Core, the left button started double clicking after two years and now the mouse wheel is failing also.

Meh sounds better than i normally get out of a mouse, time for some soldering and get a new button, on the wheel side it might be just dirt over time which some CRC electrical cleaner should clean that up.

Only the SS Sensei Wireless is the only one were i never got a double click issue after 4+ years now, but the buttons are a little heavier to press.
 
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While their hardware is fine, it's the bloatware that leaves a bad taste in mouth.

Install it once , setup whatever you want to setup and delete it , nowadays peripherals have memory to store settings .
 
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Yeah it's been about a year since I last installed the software. Hardware profiles work well. Mouse/KB/AiO.
 
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Yeah it's been about a year since I last installed the software. Hardware profiles work well. Mouse/KB/AiO.
Install it once , setup whatever you want to setup and delete it , nowadays peripherals have memory to store settings .
Thanks, I'll try it.
If I remember well this was not possible when I got the mouse.
 
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True, I can't stand their icue software; but the hardaware is not always fine.
On my Corsair Dark Core, the left button started double clicking after two years and now the mouse wheel is failing also.

Still sounds better than the Razer Naga 2014 I had. That mouse literally broke on me about 2 days after the 2 year warranty was up....plus constant tracking issues. Sounds like at least you got more time for your money with Corsair over Razer.
 
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True, I can't stand their icue software; but the hardaware is not always fine.
On my Corsair Dark Core, the left button started double clicking after two years and now the mouse wheel is failing also.
Ditto
 
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On my Corsair Dark Core, the left button started double clicking after two years and now the mouse wheel is failing also.
Meh sounds better than i normally get out of a mouse, time for some soldering and get a new button, on the wheel side it might be just dirt over time which some CRC electrical cleaner should clean that up.

Only the SS Sensei Wireless is the only one were i never got a double click issue after 4+ years now, but the buttons are a little heavier to press.
Still sounds better than the Razer Naga 2014 I had. That mouse literally broke on me about 2 days after the 2 year warranty was up....plus constant tracking issues. Sounds like at least you got more time for your money with Corsair over Razer.
What the heck are you guys doing to your mice? My Kensington K72369 is at least 7 years old and is none the worse for wear.
 
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I'm going to estimate about $90.
Could be true, it's Corsair. I don't understand the appeal of expensive gaming mouse. Tried using the $30, $60, and $100 one, aside from personal ergonomic preferences and design, I don't see the advantage of more expensive mouse. The button, sensor, and everything work very similarly. My $40 Rival 3 wireless feels more more than adequate for gaming and daily. I'll never consider any mouse that priced beyond $50
 

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True, I can't stand their icue software; but the hardaware is not always fine.
On my Corsair Dark Core, the left button started double clicking after two years and now the mouse wheel is failing also.
I agree, i hate the icue software and my M65 RGB elite has the same issue with the left mouse button, prob gonna go Asus next as i already use armory crate for all other RGB etc
 
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What the heck are you guys doing to your mice? My Kensington K72369 is at least 7 years old and is none the worse for wear.

You ever use a Razer mouse before? If you haven't, avoid them.

I have a white/grey IntelliMouse from Microsoft that I've been using for the past 12+ years. I use it daily at work over my last 3 jobs....so it's actually been 15+ years since I got it. I used to have two of them, but I gave the black one to my younger brother some years back and he used it for a while and I'm not sure whatever happened to it. The mouse still works just fine, no issues with left or right mouse buttons. Scroll wheel still works and the side buttons work. No tracking issues.

I've also got a Logitec G502 that I used for 3+ years that still works like the day I got it. It just has some wear on the paint from heavy use.
I've been using my Zephyr mouse for the past 10 months. The scroll wheel on it is kind of lame, (not very sensitive, you have to do a lot of scrolling compared to other mice I've used. It's a known issue and is supposed to be resolved in the next version of the mouse) but it does work and no button issues or tracking issues.

When I'm done being lazy, who knows when that'll be, I'll eventually box up my Zephyr and get out the G502 to use again.
 
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I agree, i hate the icue software and my M65 RGB elite has the same issue with the left mouse button, prob gonna go Asus next as i already use armory crate for all other RGB etc
There are a bunch of videos out about fixing corsair mice since they use garbage grades switches. I myself don't have that time so i pile them up one day thinking i'll get to them. Wish i didn't like corsair mice.
 
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