Joined on 06/26/16
Great mouse, software definitely needs work.
Pros: - Is comfortable (until adhesive for the pads on the sides wears down/off) - Lift-off distance is very nice to have. - Side buttons are easy to use (except for the farthest/mouse 6, it doesn't even work in most games so you can mostly use it as a shortcut to a keyboard key)
Cons: - The adhesive/glue used for the rubber pads on the sides does not last long. - Little software issues when first using the mouse. (I think it really depends on person to person)
Overall Review: I would recommend this mouse, but it definitely needs a different/stronger adhesive or another way to secure the rubber pads on the sides as I've already had to remove one and the other two are loose. Or never use the mouse in a hot area/condition, that may also make the pads last longer. If I could buy this mouse again, I probably wouldn't, knowing now about the adhesive problem. If steelseries fixed it, I 100% would purchase this mouse again.
Best mouse pad/mat I've ever had.
Pros: - Huge - Doesn't fray/break easily (from my usage, others may vary) - Comfortable
Cons: - None
Overall Review: I would recommend this if you hate having a small mouse pad or one that will move as you are using your mouse, as this gives you a large area for a mouse, or a place for the keyboard and mouse to sit on.
Very good for 1080p@60Hz/fps
Pros: - Can easily run the games I play at 1080p@60+ fps (Destiny 2, Apex Legends, Battlefield 4, Fortnite, just to name a few) - Fan noise is low(?) - It only turns the fans on under load, or whatever you specify in MSI Afterburner.
Overall Review: If you play your games at 1080p@60, this card is very good for that. You can even turn down graphical settings for a bit more fps for 1080p@100, but if you want both this card is not going to be able to do it, even with overclocking. I've had zero trouble with this card other than issues with unstable overclocking, which is normal if you go too high on core/memory overclocks. TL;DR: 1920x1080 @ 60fps; buy this.