Corsair M65 ELITE RGB Optical FPS Gaming Mouse 18000 DPI Optical Sensor White £39.99 / Black £37.33 @ Amazon
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Corsair M65 ELITE RGB Optical FPS Gaming Mouse 18000 DPI Optical Sensor White £39.99 / Black £37.33 @ Amazon

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Posted 30th May
The CORSAIR M65 RGB ELITE is CORSAIR’s most advanced FPS gaming mouse yet, built around a premium aluminium frame for proven durability that will last through a lifetime of gaming. A state-of-the-art precision 18, 000 DPI optical sensor, customizable in single DPI steps, provides personalized precision to match your play style, while a tuneable weight system allows you to adjust the weight from as little as 97g to 115g. Loaded with extras, including on-board profile storage, multi-zone RGB lighting, a dedicated sniper button, and fully programmable with CORSAIR iCUE software, it’s time to join the ELITE.
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Just to add, if you want the black version of this mouse it is £44.99, however you can apply a £7.66 voucher making it £37.33.
Curbii30/05/2019 12:09

Just to add, if you want the black version of this mouse it is £44.99, …Just to add, if you want the black version of this mouse it is £44.99, however you can apply a £7.66 voucher making it £37.33.


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Horrible mice... corsair stuff is overpriced junk tbh
Weehamish30/05/2019 12:38

Horrible mice... corsair stuff is overpriced junk tbh


Never had an issue with mine, all down do personal experience and personal opinion though.
18,000 DPI is terrible for FPS, such a silly marketing ploy - Most pro players use between 400 & 1800 DPI.

EDIT: I'm not saying the mouse isn't good, just that having 18,000 DPI is pointless and annoying marketing as you will never use it at that.
Edited by: "Gormond" 30th May
Gormond30/05/2019 12:49

18,000 DPI is terrible for FPS, such a silly marketing ploy - Most pro …18,000 DPI is terrible for FPS, such a silly marketing ploy - Most pro players use between 400 & 1800 DPI.EDIT: I'm not saying the mouse isn't good, just that having 18,000 DPI is pointless and annoying marketing as you will never use it at that.


Agreed, unless you are using an 8k screen but who is??
Corsair mice are junk. Get a Model O or a decent Logitech G.
powerbrick30/05/2019 13:19

Corsair mice are junk. Get a Model O or a decent Logitech G.


You say that but my Logitech G502 died within 6 months and I got a refund from Amazon. It all boils down to personal preference, personal experience and personal opinion.
LazybeatX30/05/2019 13:21

You say that but my Logitech G502 died within 6 months and I got a refund …You say that but my Logitech G502 died within 6 months and I got a refund from Amazon. It all boils down to personal preference, personal experience and personal opinion.


A product can go faulty at random, say it isnt so
powerbrick30/05/2019 13:23

A product can go faulty at random, say it isnt so


Exactly, my personal experience. Same applies for corsair and every other company. What's your experience with Corsair mice that makes them crap to you? Obviously you have had some bad experiences just as I did with Logitech.
I've got corsair mouse and keyboard Brilliantly made have lasted years. Opposite experience with razer stuff. But i gave friends who swear by them but i think they're junk. To each their own!
terranigmatic30/05/2019 14:19

I've got corsair mouse and keyboard Brilliantly made have lasted years. …I've got corsair mouse and keyboard Brilliantly made have lasted years. Opposite experience with razer stuff. But i gave friends who swear by them but i think they're junk. To each their own!


Yea I've had terrible experiences with Razer too. I've had great experience with Corsair products. My favourite mouse is the Zowie FK2 but I do have a M65 elite and a dark core also, both are good mice. Sometimes I think people just trash corsair peripherals because they have heard someone else on the Internet say they are trash. Half the time they just jump on the bandwagon with the me too mentality.
LazybeatX30/05/2019 14:27

Yea I've had terrible experiences with Razer too. I've had great …Yea I've had terrible experiences with Razer too. I've had great experience with Corsair products. My favourite mouse is the Zowie FK2 but I do have a M65 elite and a dark core also, both are good mice. Sometimes I think people just trash corsair peripherals because they have heard someone else on the Internet say they are trash. Half the time they just jump on the bandwagon with the me too mentality.


Definitely the case. I got told corsair psu are garbage but mine's lasted 7 years no issues at all. Eventually replaced to be cautious. But there totally is s me too/sheep mentality
Gormond30/05/2019 12:49

18,000 DPI is terrible for FPS, such a silly marketing ploy - Most pro …18,000 DPI is terrible for FPS, such a silly marketing ploy - Most pro players use between 400 & 1800 DPI.EDIT: I'm not saying the mouse isn't good, just that having 18,000 DPI is pointless and annoying marketing as you will never use it at that.


Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.

400 dpi is snail speed so is 1000... youd get rekt in every game at these speeds.

Its up to 18k too so you can customise exactly what feels good for you its not stuck at 18k.

Ive just went from 12k to 18k and you can feel the difference but i do feel its less precise too but thats maybe because im new to these speeds.
terranigmatic30/05/2019 15:12

Definitely the case. I got told corsair psu are garbage but mine's lasted …Definitely the case. I got told corsair psu are garbage but mine's lasted 7 years no issues at all. Eventually replaced to be cautious. But there totally is s me too/sheep mentality


Their psus are garbage it doesnt mean theyll break but they are crap compared to superflower or evga ones... i have a corsair psu but ive put superflower in both my bros and dads pc they are miles better.. only people who use corsair parts these days are people sponsored by them. They use to do really nice psus but these days only their very top end is anything close to other good brands
Weehamish30/05/2019 15:35

Their psus are garbage it doesnt mean theyll break but they are crap …Their psus are garbage it doesnt mean theyll break but they are crap compared to superflower or evga ones... i have a corsair psu but ive put superflower in both my bros and dads pc they are miles better.. only people who use corsair parts these days are people sponsored by them. They use to do really nice psus but these days only their very top end is anything close to other good brands


To be honest I don't have one of their PSUs so can't comment as I'm using a Seasonic PSU and it's been brilliant. I do have corsair RAM, keyboard and mouse though and I can't really complain about them.
Can't go wrong with seasonic defo one of the best
Weehamish30/05/2019 15:33

Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.400 dpi is …Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.400 dpi is snail speed so is 1000... youd get rekt in every game at these speeds.Its up to 18k too so you can customise exactly what feels good for you its not stuck at 18k.Ive just went from 12k to 18k and you can feel the difference but i do feel its less precise too but thats maybe because im new to these speeds.


Nonsence, have a look at websites such as prosettings.com and you can see what all the top pro players are using, I have never heard of anyone using 10k DPI, it would be pointless.
Edited by: "Gormond" 30th May
Weehamish30/05/2019 15:33

Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.400 dpi is …Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.400 dpi is snail speed so is 1000... youd get rekt in every game at these speeds.Its up to 18k too so you can customise exactly what feels good for you its not stuck at 18k.Ive just went from 12k to 18k and you can feel the difference but i do feel its less precise too but thats maybe because im new to these speeds.


Always highly amusing to see someone start a post with "lel rong" and watch them go on to spout absolute nonsense about a subject they know very little about
johnthehuman30/05/2019 16:13

Always highly amusing to see someone start a post with "lel rong" and …Always highly amusing to see someone start a post with "lel rong" and watch them go on to spout absolute nonsense about a subject they know very little about


lel baddy spotted
Weehamish30/05/2019 15:33

Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.400 dpi is …Lol wrong... pro players use 10-12k... 18k is okay too tbh.400 dpi is snail speed so is 1000... youd get rekt in every game at these speeds.Its up to 18k too so you can customise exactly what feels good for you its not stuck at 18k.Ive just went from 12k to 18k and you can feel the difference but i do feel its less precise too but thats maybe because im new to these speeds.


You really have no idea what you’re talking about do you?
Only 18,000dpi? Pft I'd hold out for 20 thanks!
tarotbarnes30/05/2019 20:42

Only 18,000dpi? Pft I'd hold out for 20 thanks!


Ridiculous isn't it, I use about 3000dpi
Weehamish30/05/2019 15:35

Their psus are garbage it doesnt mean theyll break but they are crap …Their psus are garbage it doesnt mean theyll break but they are crap compared to superflower or evga ones... i have a corsair psu but ive put superflower in both my bros and dads pc they are miles better.. only people who use corsair parts these days are people sponsored by them. They use to do really nice psus but these days only their very top end is anything close to other good brands



My 600 watt corsair 'crap' bronze rated PSU is still going strong 6 years later after being in two pc builds with plenty of harddrives and power draw, overclocked CPU, rendering all the time and gaming etc. Quiet and dependable, it's not fifteen thousand times folded japanese capacitors to sell it to the average consumerist bragger but does the job. lol.
Random_clicks30/05/2019 20:49

My 600 watt corsair 'crap' bronze rated PSU is still going strong 6 years …My 600 watt corsair 'crap' bronze rated PSU is still going strong 6 years later after being in two pc builds with plenty of harddrives and power draw, overclocked CPU, rendering all the time and gaming etc. Quiet and dependable, it's not fifteen thousand times folded japanese capacitors to sell it to the average consumerist bragger but does the job. lol.


Yeah I have been using a Corsair RM650 for years now. It's gold rated, fully modular, silent and been running my 6600k at 4.7Ghz with ease.

I get that it's not the best but for most people Corsair make pretty decent stuff.
Gormond30/05/2019 22:21

Yeah I have been using a Corsair RM650 for years now. It's gold rated, …Yeah I have been using a Corsair RM650 for years now. It's gold rated, fully modular, silent and been running my 6600k at 4.7Ghz with ease.I get that it's not the best but for most people Corsair make pretty decent stuff.


Corsair do make decent gear. Is it overpriced? Possibly but it's still decent gear. Are there better brands, yes but as far as having an ecosystem of products that generally work together. Can all be controlled, monitored from a single peice of software, then corsair up at the top.
Weehamish30/05/2019 12:38

Horrible mice... corsair stuff is overpriced junk tbh


Guess you never used a K70 then.
Gormond30/05/2019 22:21

Yeah I have been using a Corsair RM650 for years now. It's gold rated, …Yeah I have been using a Corsair RM650 for years now. It's gold rated, fully modular, silent and been running my 6600k at 4.7Ghz with ease.I get that it's not the best but for most people Corsair make pretty decent stuff.


Cool , mine was cheap, it's semi modular and what fit my budget at the time. I thought I may have to replace it down the line. My pc is always on. When I see good prices on the superflower type highly regarded PSU's - I'm tempted to get one as back up incase my Corsair one starts struggling or quits etc.
Corsair PSU's tend to get a lot of stick I've noticed, maybe they have a high failure rate (not sure) but as anything it depends on the luck of the draw too maybe, love the service mine has given me.
Usually go Logitech for my mice and may only want wireless ones from now on but I'm still tempted at that mouse in the OP, something about it looks like it'd be nice ergonomically.
Maybe the offset wire would hinder/affect movement at times though.
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