Corsair M65 PRO RGB 12000 DPI Optical Gaming Mouse - Black

  • Model #: CH-9300011-NA
  • Web Code: 10508982
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The Corsair Gaming M65 Pro RGB gaming mouse is built to meet the uncompromising needs of first-person shooter competitors and other hardcore gamers. It features a rubber-molded metal high-mass scroll wheel, dedicated sniper button, 8 programmable buttons, adjustable weight-tuning zones, a 12,000 DPI laser sensor, and more.

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  • Aircraft-grade all-aluminum construction means the mouse is low weight, has high rigidity, and offers optimal mass distribution
  • 12,000 DPI high-accuracy laser sensor delivers quick, responsive, intelligent, and pixel-precise control
  • On-the-fly DPI switching lets you instantly match mouse speed to gameplay demands as they develop
  • Surface calibration tuning utility allows you to optimize the sensor based on your playing surface
  • Features 8 programmable buttons are fully configurable for personalized play
  • High-mass scroll wheel with metal interior, rubberized exterior for tremendous tactile precision
  • Optimized sniper button positioning for accuracy in first-person shooters
  • Engineered to endure over extended play with high-capacity Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks
  • Advanced centre of gravity weight tuning zones adds stability that balances your natural

What's in the Box?

  • Corsair M65 PRO RGB FPS Gaming Mouse
  • Key Slider Locking Tool
  • Warranty Card


  • Parts - 2 Year(s)

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  • Connectivity Type
  • Connectivity
  • Collection/Theme
    M65 PRO RGB
  • Contour Design
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Tracking Technology
  • Wireless
  • Bluetooth
  • Cord Length or Cordless Range
    6 ft
  • Track on Carpet
  • Track on Glass
  • Compact Size
  • Built-in Wireless Receiver Compartment
  • Nano Wireless Receiver
  • Scroll Wheel
  • Number of Buttons (Including Scroll Wheel)
  • Programmable Buttons
  • Number of Memory Profile
  • Gesture Support
  • Maximum Sensor DPI
    12000 dpi
  • Colour Family
  • Colour
  • Compatibility
    Windows 7; Windows 8; Windows 10
  • System Requirements
    PC With A Free USB 2.0/3.0 Port; Windows 7; Windows 8; Windows 10
  • Battery
  • Rechargeable
  • Battery Life Indicator
  • Designed For Gaming
  • Designed For Laptops
  • Batteries Included
  • Dimension
  • Width
    11.8 cm
  • Height
    3.9 cm
  • Depth
    7.2 cm
  • Weight
    168 g
  • Width (Inches)
    2.84 in
  • Height (Inches)
    1.54 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    4.65 in
  • What's in the Box
  • Warranty Parts
    2 Year(s)



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  • from Scarborough, ON

Great mouse...but too big!

I'm not sure how most people failed to mention its large size. You guys must all have large hands! The Bestbuy dimensions are incorrect. I have a Logitech G600 which is slightly smaller than this, yet the dimensions shown for this M65 are supposed to be smaller than my G600. Looks like they mixed up the "depth" with the "height". The softest point of the clickers are at the tip, which my fingers cannot reach. Thus, it hurts my fingers to have to apply so much pressure to press down on the bottom-end of the right and left clicks, especially for games that require rapid clicking. Seems like it's a great gaming mouse with tons of features but if it's uncomfortable then what's the point? Though to be fair most gaming mice are quite large. I'm a 5"7 male with small hands. If you have big hands then you will probably love this mouse.

  • from Toronto, ON


Mouse keeps randomly unmount from system (Windows 10) and I have to wait up to 10 sec for it to mount back again. Also mouse randomly (quite often) loses cursor pointer. It is especially frustrating if you work on document and you "accidentally" delete some code (requires constant checking).

  • from Wolfville, NS

Happy upgrade

Came from a razor naga hex, to this. Really happy with the feel and with the weight. It's bigger than it looks width wise but a little short for very large hands, I'm a claw grip so it fits perfectly but a palm gripped person might be disappointed. Overall it's fantastic and I'm really happy with it, matches my k70 rgb and the sniper button is a nice touch in Overwatch. My friend bought the Logitech g502 at the same time and he's really happy with his, but has the opposite opinion, his mouse he finds narrow but great nonetheless. A problem that most wouldn't have unless your mouse cord is dangling like mine is the weight of the cord actually moving the mouse. With the m65 that isn't a problem, you wouldn't know it had a cord because it's cord the weight to carry itself. I'm just rambling now, love the mouse. Happy new year and GLHF gaming!

  • from Toronto, ON

i hate this mouse

this mouse sucks and it doesn't even work. don't buy it.

  • from Mississauga, ON

Corsair M65 gaming mouse - very good

The device works as stated - very smooth movement and excellent dpi control. Target button can be adjusted for whatever dpi you desire.

  • from Fort Saint John, BC

M65 RGB Pro vs Logitech G502

I own both the Logitech G502 and the M65 RGB Pro. I first bought the Logitech G502 in an online order last year and was not able to try it before purchasing it just like my M65 Pro that arrived yesterday. For those of you that are on the fence as to whether to buy the Logitech G502 or the M65 it is a hard decision as most online videos that compare the two mice are biased one way or the other. This is my personal list of pros and cons of each mouse that was not accurately addressed in the videos I watched online and only discovered when trying out both mice in person. M65 Pros vs the Logitech G502 The sniper button on the left side of the M65 is placed perfectly where your thumb rests so you will not need to shift your grip of the mouse to press the button. The Logitech G502 on the other hand is so far forward that your thumb has to move a half inch (or less depending on hand size) to depress the button. It does require shifting your grip to press the button and I found that made the button useless. To give you a hand size estimate, I wear large welding gloves and that was my experience with both mice regarding the sniper button. - I should also add that some reviewers online had said that the sniper button is accidently pressed when lifting the mouse up. I honestly have not found that to be a problem while playing games. The button is stiff enough that it does not depress as easily as the left or right click buttons. This was a feature that I thought I would hate while I waited for the mouse to be delivered in the mail. To my surprise it wasn't as big of a problem as people in reviews made it out to be. The M65 has a wider mouse profile than the G502. My hand rests comfortably on the mouse without feeling like my hand is in a pincher position to hold it comfortably. I found my second to last finger on the G502 was fatigued because there was nowhere for it to sit leading to joint pain. Additionally the G502 felt narrower, which for my large hands was uncomfortable as I felt like my hand and pinky were pinched too close together to grip the mouse making the pinky side of my palm feel uncomfortable after long use. The M65 is in fact harder to pick up off the mouse pad as the right side of the mouse is not inward curved like the side with the sniper button. While not having the right side of the mouse curved makes it harder to pick up it makes the mouse more comfortable at the same time so it is a trade off. The G502 on the other hand is far easier to pick up because it forms to your hand better on both sides so if you need to lift the mouse off the mouse pad a lot it is a better option. The DPI buttons on the Logitech get depressed accidently because they are located beside the left click button. The Corsair has the DPI setting near the scroll wheel where I want it to be on a mouse to prevent accidental DPI clicking. The G502 would have been fine having the dpi settings where they are if they were more bumpy rather than stream lined with the left click button to prevent accidental clicks. The G502 has more buttons than the M65, but the G502 sniper button is hard to reach and I have never used the button located below its scroll wheel. The G502 beyond a doubt has the best scroll wheel that can free-scroll until you stop it, or scroll normally like other mice. The M65 is your basic scroll wheel. Logitech takes the cake on the scroll wheel. The G502 feels lighter than the M65 when weights are removed from both mice. Overall: I like the Corsair more than the G502. I feel like you need to have narrow but long hands for the G502 to fit comfortably and to reach the sniper button. I also hate accidently clicking the DPI button on the G502 all the time, which I never ever change once I select it at the beginning of a game. The corsair fits my larger hands with no pain so I had to side with comfort versus a mouse that tries to be very ergonomic but makes it harder to reach the buttons by doing so. My one an

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