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M65 RGB ELITE Question


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After almost 6 years of honorable service (still working but very consummate) the time has come to change my old M65 Vengenace.

I found myself very well as a constructive form, I'm thinking of switching to the M65 Elite which is practically identical, but since I can't keep iCUE (other monitoring programs) open all the time, it is possible to save the various DPI / Polling Rate / Angle Snapping values, etc. in the mouse memory and then uninstall iCUE?

With the M65 Vengeance it could be done with CUE I hope it is still possible.

 

Thank you

 

P.S. I noticed that the sniper button has been moved further back so that it is pressed without a thumb problem, does it bother you?

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Hi. Yes you can save an icue profile to the m65 elite. Comes in handy when taking your mouse to say a lan party etc where the computers are not running icue.

As for the sniper button i think it is actually slightly further forward in comparison to the m65 pro.. also slightly more firm to press to prevent miss clicks.

I hold mine with my thumb just behind the sniper button and works great! Also slightly smaller and weighs less. If you like the shape of these mice I would highly recommend!

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Hi, The M65 Elite has hardware profiles where you can save all those settings and lighting effects as well! As auzzyboy said, the sniper button is moved forward, which I highly prefer to be honest. I use this mouse on my main and at work, also got a few for friends and family and they love it. I'm not sure how much you used the sniper button but I didn't like how it was always under my thumb, the position of it now is much nicer and not too hard to reach.
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Ok thanks to both, tomorrow I will go to buy it.

I never used the Sniper button, mostly because on the M65 Vengeance it is too far from my thumb and I have to move my hand forward.

I have also tried the M65 PRO and in fact it is not very comfortable to put my thumb on the Sniper button.

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