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How good is the Corsair Vengeance m65?

I own it, and I absolutely love it. It is a heavier mouse, since it has that aluminum chassis, but it's great. As for the laser, I'm not sure, It works excellent for me.

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Would you recommend the m65? Is it a good value? I am kind of concerned if it has any acceleration issues, because it is a laser mouse. Also, how accurate is it?

 

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It's amazing. Been using one as my daily driver for about 3 months now, and it's a fantastic value.  You'll definitely notice a tiny bit of acceleration, but I had no problem, and retained my aim in CS:GO.  It's very accurate, given that you shut off the extra acceleration features in the software.  You won't regret it, I promise.

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Have it and absolutely love it. I haven't noticed any acceleration issues

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I have the M90, and its great.

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i have an m95 and i have no complaints on its build quality and sensor i uses it at 8200 dpi 24/7 because of my resolution and multi monitor setup and i believe the m65 uses the same sensor

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Personally, I like mine. I prefer the feel of the G502, but I was able to get the M65 considerably cheaper and I don't regret it. The mouse is definitely for people with larger hands though  

                                                                                                                                                      

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Personally, I like mine. I prefer the feel of the G502, but I was able to get the M65 considerably cheaper and I don't regret it. The mouse is definitely for people with larger hands though  

I thought it was for people with smaller hands. :P

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There's a bit of acceleration, but it is a great mouse. In terms of build quality I don't think there's a better mouse out there.

Since I bought it 4 months ago I felt it not very precise (coming from a optical deathadder) and I just realized that I forgot to install the firmware update >_>. Now it is way more precise (still prefer optical tho) and enjoying it far more.

My advice is to install the firmware update as soon as you plug it into your pc.

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There's a bit of acceleration, but it is a great mouse. In terms of build quality I don't think there's a better mouse out there.

Since I bought it 4 months ago I felt it not very precise (coming from a laser deathadder) and I just realized that I forgot to install the firmware update >_>. Now it is way more precise (still prefer laser tho) and enjoying it far more.

My advice is to install the firmware update as soon as you plug it into your pc.

The m65 is a laser mouse.

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If you want the best possible sensor, there's always M45. Same as M65 but no aluminum, no sniper button and no option for RGB lighting, though.

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There is no acceleration.  The mouse has the best build quality of any mouse I've ever seen!  the machined aluminum scroll wheel with rubber grip is absolutely a joy to use.  The ergonomics were not for me, so I ended up returning it.  but otherwise, I highly recommend it!

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