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This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: This is simply the most accurate mouse ever made. It's extremely comfortable and easy to set the weight just right for your use.
I love Logitech's software and was simply amazed at the accuracy and quality of the build.
I've owned the G500s which I dropped for the Roccat Kone XTD, which was my favorite mouse ever until this G502 came along. The XTD was awesome due to the very solid accuracy and zero accel, but the G502 smokes it.
After using a script I copied from the Logitech forums, I was able to map my DPI drop to the right-click, so when I am in BF4, for example, it auto-drops my DPI from my default 3400 to about 1600, making zoomed aiming a breeze.
Cons: I have yet to find anything I don't like about this mouse.
Other Thoughts: First off, please let me say not to listen at all to MichaelR, especially if you're a "competitive FPS player". This guy is full of #$%#.
No competitive or even competent FPS player lifts their mouse when playing. That's what higher DPI is for.
If you bought a 12,000 DPI mouse and you're still lifting it off the mat to turn, you clearly don't understand the value of higher DPI.
Aside from that, mouse are not designed to be lifted up; by their very nature, they function by making surface contact.
If you are playing FPS and can't turn 90 degrees right to 180 degrees left and back without lifting the mouse up to return it to the starting position, then you're DPI is too low.
Pros: Worked as advertised and actually benchmarked slightly higher than rated bandwidth for DDR 1600 (about 16GB/s). Had to set to XMP profile in UEFI to get right speed; defaulted to 1333. Running an ASRock Z77 Extreme 4.
Tweaked speed gradually to 1866 @1.535V. Ran about 20 memory benchmarks (on both speeds) which not only killed rated spec but were fully stable.
Currently running at 1866 11-11-11 28 (ASRock UEFI auto-selects timing). SiSoft Sandra shows bandwidth at about 21.4GB/s, with real-world at about 18.
This memory is stupid-fast and I'll soon be upgrading to 2x4 @8GB G.Skill.
Cons: None, so far. My only complaint is with myself for not purchasing more at once!
Other Thoughts: Do yourself a favor and grab some larger-capacity sticks of the same or better G.Skill.READ FULL REVIEW