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I was able to find 26k DPI listed on the official page. its in the banner material once you scroll down https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Gaming-Mice/FPS-Fast-Action-Mice/M65-RGB-ULTRA-WIRELESS-Tunable-FPS-Gaming-Mouse/p/CH-9319411-NA

 

It is also under tech specs.

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2 hours ago, Linition said:

So on this website it says the M65 Ultra has 26k NATIVE DPI, however, it's not on the official product page.
https://www.amazon.com/CORSAIR-Ultra-Tunable-Gaming-Mouse/dp/B09CXQZMHG#:~:text=A CORSAIR MARKSMAN optical sensor,customizable in single DPI steps.

Is that really the native range?

Amazon's retail site is not our official product page for the mouse. As you can see in the technical specifications tab in the official product page for the mouse linked below you can see where we clearly indicate the mouse has a 26k DPI sensor.

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Gaming-Mice/FPS-Fast-Action-Mice/M65-RGB-ULTRA-Tunable-FPS-Gaming-Mouse/p/CH-9309411-NA#tab-tech-specs

 

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4 hours ago, Corsair Notepad said:

Amazon's retail site is not our official product page for the mouse. As you can see in the technical specifications tab in the official product page for the mouse linked below you can see where we clearly indicate the mouse has a 26k DPI sensor.

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Gaming-Mice/FPS-Fast-Action-Mice/M65-RGB-ULTRA-Tunable-FPS-Gaming-Mouse/p/CH-9309411-NA#tab-tech-specs

 

It says "26,000 DPI" under DPI info, but there is no further detail on whether that is max DPI or native DPI.

Can you confirm the 26k are actual native DPI?

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That should be max DPI, You can change it anywhere in between in software though and also assign hardware profiles. Not sure what it comes with out of the box but I doubt its 26k DPI. It also lets you set your DPI on the mouse in 50 DPI increments using the buttons under the scroll wheel.

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8 hours ago, Kokoro said:

That should be max DPI, You can change it anywhere in between in software though and also assign hardware profiles. Not sure what it comes with out of the box but I doubt its 26k DPI. It also lets you set your DPI on the mouse in 50 DPI increments using the buttons under the scroll wheel.

Thanks but I'm looking for a confirmation on native DPI.

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