Top 10 Heaviest Gaming Mouse in 2023

Popular manufacturers of gaming peripherals are focused on introducing lightweight products as no doubt there is a huge demand for them. The same goes for mice, where companies like Glorious, and Corsair have adopted new honeycomb designs to cut down the weight. 

But not all gamers need a lightweight gaming mouse. Some have extra-large hands, too big to handle lightweight, small mice, and some prefer a heavy mouse simply for the added features it offers. These features might include bells and whistles like RGB lighting and Haptic response in gaming, or the more practical ones like extra programmable buttons support for thumb and pinky finger, and adjustable weights/size. 

No matter what leads you to add a large mouse to your gaming setup, we have tried to cover all the top-notch heaviest mice available on the market. But instead of just spelling out the names, we have strived to elaborate on all the possible features people generally demand from a heavy mouse: large size, customization, comfortability, etc. 

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Heaviest Gaming Mice: Comparison Table

WeightSize (LxWxH)CPI / DPIConnectivityTotal No. of ButtonsRGBSensor Type & Model
Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB149 g4.6 x 3.0 x 1.7 inches16,000 CPIWired17PixArt PMW3367
SteelSeries Rival 710162 g4.9 x 2.7 x 1.6 inches16,000 CPIWired7TrueMove 3
ROCCAT Kone AIMO162 g‎5.1 x 3.3 x 1.7 inches16,000 CPIWired8Owl-Eye
Razer Naga Trinity148 g4.7 x 2.8 x 1.7 inches16,000 CPIWired20Razer 5G
Rog Asus Spatha206 g5.3 x 3.5 x 1.7 inches8,200 CPIWireless/Wired12PixArt
Logitech G604142 g‎5.1 x 3.1 x 1.8 inches25,600 CPIWireless15HERO 25K
Mad Catz R.A.T. 8+189 g4.7 x 3.1 x 1.4 inches16,000 CPIWired9PixArt PMW3389
Alienware Elite AW959190 g5.1 x 3.4 x 1.5 inches12,000 CPIWired11PixArt PMW 3360
Logitech G502 Hero170 g5.1 x 3.0 x 1.7 inches25,600 CPIWired12HERO 25K
Corsair M65 PRO RGB172 g4.6 x 3.0 x 1.5 inches12,000 CPIWired8PixArt PMW3360

Heaviest Gaming mouse with 12/15 side buttons:

1. Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB

 in stock
4 new from $39.99
5 used from $46.05
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as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎4.6 x 3.0 x 1.7 inches | Weight:  149 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: PixArt PMW3367 | Sensitivity: Up to 16,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 17  | LED Zones: RGB | Cable: 6.0 ft | Software: Corsair iCUE

Two Minute Review:

Corsair introduced Scimitar RGB to compete with Logitech 604 and Razer Naga Trinity, and the company’s attempt to claim a share of MMO mice for itself has largely been successful. The 12 thumb buttons are by far the outstanding feature, along with a sensible price tag. 

Build Quality and Design:

Scimitar RGB is, by all means, a large mouse with a high profile to accommodate 12 thumb buttons. The large design is the main reason behind its heavyweight, and its hefty profile makes it suitable for large hands and those who prefer claw- or palm-grip. You can use the mouse for an extended period without cramping or fatigue. 

In addition to the thumb buttons, you get 5 more, of which two can be used to toggle between profiles or control DPI sensitivity. You can adjust the size of the mouse by retracting the thumb pad via a small hex key. It might take a while, but you would probably forget about the hex key once you find the perfect fit. 

Luckily, this mouse doesn’t miss out on the RGB lighting, which adds to its aesthetic appeal. You can customize the lighting via proprietary software. In general, you can reconfigure patterns for the scroll wheel, palm rest, and thumb pad.

Performance and Software:

Corsair Scimitar Pro features a reputable PixArt PMW3367 sensor with an adjustable DPI of up to 16000. Gamers can adjust the DPI with the provided software: Corsair iCUE, which is compatible with Windows and macOS

As a wired mouse, the maximum polling rate of the mouse is 1000 Hz which is a little disappointing: compare this to ROG Asus Spatha, which is offering up to 2000 Hz polling rate in the wired mode.

The proprietary software takes a while to get used to, but it offers deep customization once you are done with the tedious process of keys and color configuration. You can assign profiles to particular games and even sync the lighting options.

2. SteelSeries Rival 710 Gaming Mouse

SteelSeries Rival 710

 in stock
2 used from $79.99
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎4.9 x 2.7 x 1.6 inches | Weight:  162g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: TrueMove 3 | Sensitivity: Up to 16,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 7  | LED Zones: RGB | Cable: 6.6 ft | Software: SteelSeries Engine 3

Two Minute Review:

SteelSeries Rival 710 is yet another heavy mouse with a hefty price tag. But the sheer number of features it offers, and the performance it delivers, make it a highly lucrative choice. However, if the price tag puts you off, you can bet your money on its predecessor, Rival 600. 

Build and Design:

SteelSeries 710 shines above the other mice with its modular design, comfortable skin, and gimmicks like OLED display and haptic feedback. The latter of the last two is useful while playing MMO games, though the limitation of programmable buttons makes it less appealing for MMO fans. 

The company has also tried its hands on the lightweight honeycomb gaming mouse, but it lies on the opposite side of the spectrum. It is large and a bit heavy due primarily to the haptic engine and swappable components, but the company has managed to retain the comfortability by covering it with soft-touch material. This mouse is perfectly suitable for long gaming sessions; you can take our word for it. 

The mouse is highly durable with mechanical split-trigger switches rated for 60 million clicks and braided cable, which you can easily swap. Almost all components of this mouse, including even the rear logo, are swappable. 

The two-zone RGB lighting under each click is controlled via the SteelSeries Engine software. More on that later. 

Performance and Software:

SteelSeries Rival 710 comes with a TrueMove 3 optical sensor with a DPI range of upto 16000. This sensor is not only dependent on the DPI alone. The SteelSeries and PixArt company introduced this optical sensor because it sets new levels for all the gaming sensors in the past and future. Because of the true 1 to 1 tracking system, there are no tracking errors, and you will experience a minimal lag in the mouse.

The proprietary SteelSeries Engine software allows you to control every aspect of your mouse, from RGB lighting to program buttons. Also, you can tweak advanced settings like angle snapping and polling rate. Unlike the Corsair iCUE, this application runs flawlessly and is quite easy to get used to.

3. ROCCAT Kone AIMO Gaming Mouse


 in stock
9 new from $66.51
Free shipping
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎5.1 x 3.3 x 1.7 inches | Weight:  162 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: Owl-Eye | Sensitivity: Up to 16,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 8  | LED Zones: 5-Zone RGB | Cable: 6.1 ft | Software: ROCCAT Swarm

Two Minute Review:

Roccat Kone Aimo is a big mouse with striking LED lighting. It offers fierce competition to the Steelseries Rival 710 and Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB. All these mice tend to be on the heaviest end of the spectrum and are therefore included in this list. They are suitable for large hands and people who are least bothered by their weight. 

Build and Design:

This aggressive-looking mouse has a soft feel, surprisingly. Its large design would fill your hand and is least suitable for finger-grip. The plastic part is textured to give you a comfortable touch. It would take no time to figure out that this one is made for right-handed users. 

The buttons are logically integrated into the design and are textured to give you a better gaming experience. The overall build of the mouse is robust; this one is built to last for years. 

One of the most striking features of the mouse is the prominent lighting of the mouse. The company preferred the thick diffuser strips to lighten up the aesthetics of the mouse. However, the company has carefully crafted them not to make them too distractive. We would have welcomed the haptic sensor as found in the Rival 710. 

Performance and Software:

The performance of the Roccat Kone is very pleasant whether you use it for work or playing your favorite MMO games. The tracking is very responsive and precise because of its Owl-Eye optical sensor, which ranges from 16000 DPI. You can easily adjust the DPI according to your hand movement style with the DPI switching buttons. Besides this, As a wired mouse Roccat Kone offers a polling rate of up to 1000 Hz.

Roccat Swarm app allows you to go deep into the customization. Like other heavy mice in this roundup, you can program macros, set predefined commands to specific games, and tinker with the mouse’s RGB lighting. Keep in mind that the software is only compatible with Windows. Setting up different profiles is a breeze, and generally speaking, the Swarm app is as intuitive as it gets. 

4. Razer Naga Trinity: Best Heavy Mouse for FPS

Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse (Premium Option)

 in stock
12 new from $79.00
12 used from $33.75
Free shipping
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎4.7 x 2.8 x 1.7 inches | Weight:  148 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: Razer 5G | Sensitivity: Up to 16,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 20  | LED Zones: 3-Zone RGB | Cable: 7.0 ft | Software: Razer Synapse 3

Two Minute Review:

This heavy mouse has a special weapon in its arsenal: versatility. You can change the side panel of the mouse to make it suitable for FPS, MMO, and daily usage. Its bulky design may make it a deal-breaker for gamers with smaller hands, but you will find its wider and taller body appealing if the size isn’t an issue.

Build and Design:

The freedom to customize the mouse is a boon for gamers who like to play both FPS and MMO titles. With each side panel, you can adjust the weight of the mouse. However, the company should have included a pouch to carry around the side panels. One panel for MMO gamers has 12 thumb buttons, just like the one we found in Corsair Scimitar Pro.

Made primarily for right-handed users, gamers with the palm and claw grip style can make the best of this mouse. Though made out of plastic, this doesn’t feel cheap or fragile. The mouse is as sturdy and comfortable as its competition. 

The company has managed to include the RGB zones to make it an attractive choice. You can customize the logo, wheel, and even the side buttons. However, the appeal of the mouse is dependent on what side panels you are using. 

Performance and Software:

The Razer Naga Trinity has a 5G Advanced Optical Sensor measuring up to 450 IPS. When compared with the Razer Diamondback, it offers a 3G optical sensor. Additionally, it offers a DPI range of up to 16000, adjustable according to your gameplay. Furthermore, the maximum polling rate of this mouse is up to 1000 Hz.

Unsurprisingly, MacOS doesn’t support the compatible Razer Synapse 3 software, but you can use this with mac devices on default settings. Windows users can play with the RGB lighting and a lot of other performance settings. You can save profiles on the mouse and easily switch between them, and there is enough memory on the mouse to store at least 5 profiles. 

Best Heavy Wireless Gaming Mouse For Big/Shaky Hands:

5. Rog Asus spatha

Asus ROG Spatha (Heaviest Mouse)

 out of stock
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions: 5.3 x 3.5 x 1.7 inches | Weight: 206 g | Sensor type: Laser | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Sensor Model: PixArt | Sensitivity: Up to 8,200 CPI | Acceleration: 30G | Polling Rate: up to 2000 Hz | Buttons: 12  | LED Zones: 3-Zone RGB | Cable: 6.9-foot braided wire | Software: ROG Armoury 2

Two Minute Review:

Asus being the top-notch gaming peripheral manufacturer has given MMO lovers a treat in Rog Asus Spatha. The mouse is sufficiently large with multiple programmable buttons and therefore weighs heavier than normal mice. Though suitable for all grips, gamers with small hands may find it hard to adjust to it. 

Build Quality:

The Rog Asus Spatha is the heaviest gaming mouse on this list. It weighs approximately 183 grams (without cable) due to its base frame, which is made of metal; cable adds up to 208 grams. The heavyweight of the mouse comes from the magnesium alloy construction that contributes to overall strength. 

Its grippy surface makes it easy to hold with your right hand. The grips on each side make it comfortable for your thumb and pinky to rest on. The gliding experience of this mouse is very good as the feet material is made up of PTFE.

Spatha mouse features two connectivity options: Wired with 6.9ft long braided cable and Wireless mode. So the mouse can also be used while charging with its USB cable, which is included in the package box. In addition, it also includes a magnetic charging platform that can be used in standby mode for charging this mouse.

Braided wire protects the cable from electromagnetic interference (EMI) as EMI can interrupt signal strength, causing data loss.

Furthermore, Rog Spatha has 12 programmable buttons, including 6 buttons on the left side, which effectively plays games like League of legends and many other MOBAs. Its Omron switches under the right click and left click buttons rated up to 20 million clicks. 

Moreover, the ROG Asus Gaming mouse comes with a 3 Zone RGB lighting system, and you can change it by the provided Asus custom build software to any one of the 16 million colors of your choice independently or altogether. The software is only compatible with Windows 7 up to Windows 10.

Performance and Software:

ASUS ROG Spatha is a wireless mouse, so the performance of this mouse is very different in wired and wireless modes. You also have to bear with the polling rate of the mouse. The polling rate in wireless mode will be upto 1000 Hz, but Asus manage to provide a 2000 Hz polling rate in wired mode.

The spatha comes with a decent sensor 30G acceleration traction with a velocity of 150 IPS. If we compare it with the Logitech G900, it has a 40G acceleration and 300 IPS speed. Along with that, spatha features 8,200 DPI (Dot Per Inch). The high DPI means high sensitivity or fast cursor movements, and DPI can be adjusted from the ASUS custom build software ROG Armoury 2. Nearly all gamers like to play between 1,000 to 3,000dpi.

Furthermore, this wireless mouse comes with the 1 LR44 battery, which is rechargeable and lasts up to 6 hours. We didn’t find any issue with the battery life of this mouse. The notification LED on the hump of the mouse is very appealing.

6. Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse

Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED (Best Wireless)

$109.00  in stock
7 new from $109.00
1 used from $89.99
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎5.1 x 3.1 x 1.8 inches | Weight:  142 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: HERO 25K | Sensitivity: Up to 25,600 CPI | Acceleration: 30G | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel + Free Wheel | Buttons: 15  | LED Zones: None | Cable: None | Software: Logitech G Hub

Two Minute Review:

Logitech G604 is a worthy successor of the G602 with its 15 buttons, wireless connectivity, and ergonomic form factor. Priced at just under $100, this mouse is highly suitable for MMO fans. This model is in direct competition with the Razer Naga Trinity, which offers swappable side buttons and RGB lighting but misses the wireless connectivity in the same budget. 

Build Quality & Design:

In the design department, G604 has differed little from its predecessor. Like the G602, it is the same right-handed mouse with a protruding thumb rest and six thumb buttons. But the similarities end here. Logitech has featured an all-black chassis with textured rest for both palm and thumb. One welcome addition is the addition of two buttons in the center, one of which allows you to toggle between a USB dongle and Bluetooth to manage battery performance. 

As you are looking for a heavy mouse, the bulky 142g design should not be an issue. This mouse is comfortable to hold, and in our opinion, is more suited to claw-grip players than the other styles. The side buttons are specially designed for MMO players with easy-to-click protrusions. 

Our two complaints include the absence of RGB lighting and the non-rechargeable battery. You will have to swap the AA battery every four months, and in a high-end peripheral, this feels like a wasteful feature. 

Performance & Software:

Logitech G604 features 25,600 CPI thanks to the Hero 25K Sensor. The CPI can easily be adjusted from the CPI switching buttons for optimal performance or according to your playing style. As the polling rate of the wireless gaming mice is normally 1000Hz, we weren’t surprised when G604 offered the same. However, this mouse delivers 400 IPS, which is more than enough for high-end gaming. Overall the mouse offers decent aiming, precise tracking, and a comfortable gaming experience. 

The proprietary software, Logitech G Hub, can be used to customize the profiles and sensitivity of the mouse. This software works flawlessly for popular pc operating systems (Windows, Mac). Generally speaking, G hub has an intuitive interface that allows you to reconfigure DPI presets, program macros, and assign inputs for side buttons.

Best Gaming Mice With Adjustable Weight:

7. Mad Catz R.A.T. 8+ Gaming Mouse

Mad Catz R.A.T. 8+

$138.66  in stock
3 new from $138.66
1 used from $89.99
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎4.7 x 3.1 x 1.4 inches | Weight:  189 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: PixArt PMW3389 | Sensitivity: Up to 16,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 2000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 9  | LED Zones: 3-Zone RGB | Cable: 6.0 ft | Software: MADCATZ R.A.T. 8+

Two Minute Review:

Mad Catz R.A.T. 8+ has a non-traditional design. It has a modular design, so you can play with different settings to find the best fit for your hand size. This level of customization makes it a universal mouse for small to extra large hands. 

Build and Design:

Our only gripe about this mouse is the poor gliding experience, but since you use it only for MMO games, this might not be a deal-breaker. Apart from that, this beast has no other issue. Though quite heavy for lightweight gaming, this mouse can be customized to different weight settings. The mouse can adjust to both, no matter what style you prefer or how small or large hands you have.

The metallic tank-like chassis and sturdy plastic covering make it a durable choice, but the modular design might get in the way. The mouse is well-built, and there is no squeaking or wobbling of any part that can lead to annoyance. It also features Omron switches rated to last for 50 million clicks.

The connectivity is limited to a wired connection, and we were pretty satisfied with the cable included. However, the sheer size of the mouse makes it harder to travel with. Like other mice in this roundup, this one also comes equipped with RGB lighting. 

Performance and Software:

Mad Catz Rat 8+ features a reputable PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor offering upto 16000 DPI, also present in Cooler Master MM710. The performance of the sensor is very nice. It has an adjustable polling rate range up to 2000 Hz.  

The Software offers tons of customization options, but it is available for windows only. You can use the mouse with default settings on MAC OS. Inside the app, you can remap the mouse buttons and reconfigure the RGB lighting. You can also save multiple profiles on the built-in storage of the mouse. 

8. Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse AW959

Alienware Elite AW959

 in stock
2 new from $135.99
3 used from $126.98
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎‎5.1 x 3.4 x 1.5 inches | Weight:  190 g | Sensor type: Optical | Sensor Model: PixArt PMW 3360 | Sensitivity: Up to 12,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 11   | RGB : Yes | Cable: 6.0 ft | Software: Alienware Command Center

Two Minute Review:

The Alienware Elite AW959 is a rather obscure name in the gaming mice niche. Part of the reason it failed to get popularity is its sub-par performance. Nevertheless, its low price and solid build quality make it a lucrative option. 

Build and Design:

Backed by the Dell subsidiary, Alienware, this mouse doesn’t shy away from boasting a top-notch quality. The metal buttons and scroll wheel are well incorporated into the plastic shell contributing to the sharp look of the mouse.  

The mouse comes with tons of customization in weight and size. You can add side buttons and extra weight to get a personalized feel and experience in the gameplay. The braided 1.8m wire is flexible and long enough for everyday use, but it is the baseline standard in this price budget.

The RGB lighting is there but is not as pronounced as in the competition. A three-pointed star strip is embedded in the center that lightens up every time connected to the gaming setup. 

Performance and Software:

Alienware Elite offers a PixArt PMW 3360 optical sensor 50G maximum acceleration with 250 inches per second traction speed. This sensor boasts a DPI of 12000, which is adjustable. Furthermore, this mouse works perfectly on the wooden desk surface and mouse mat as well. 

It also features Omron switches that are rated up to 50 million clicks. Besides this, it will make a lot of noise when playing games. 

Alienware Command Center allows for macro-key binding and RGB adjustment. You can save them on the mouse toggle between them via a dedicated button. In general, the software is easy to use.

9. Logitech G502 Hero

Logitech G502 HERO (Budget Pick)

 in stock
12 new from $39.99
1 used from $43.90
Free shipping
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎5.1 x 3.0 x 1.7 inches | Weight:  170 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: HERO 25K | Sensitivity: Up to 25,600 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 12  | LED Zones: 2-Zone RGB | Cable: 6.7 ft | Software: Logitech G Hub

Two Minute Review:

Logitech G502 Hero is the upgraded variant of the original G502. The company has kept the design largely untouched but equipped this model with an up-to-date sensor. The detachable weights are presumably first introduced by Logitech, also a part of this mouse. 

Build and Design:

Logitech has been reluctant to make any new changes to the original G500 design. It has kept its predecessor’s angular, dark, batmobile-like design that fits perfectly fine in a gaming battle station. As it was in the past, you can add up to five 3.6g weights that can make this mouse a little hefty. 

The metallic notched wheel and buttons with pronounced clicks are the features that would make you fall in love with this peripheral. The infinite scroll wheel would make your life a lot easier. However, we don’t expect you to get impressed by its plastic build. By all modern standards, this mouse lacks in terms of sharpness and aesthetic appeal. 

It features customizable RGB lighting for the DPI indicators and Logitech G logo; however, only the logo stays lit by default. Surprisingly, this mouse isn’t the most comfortable for hands on the larger side. The claw grip gamers can take the best out of it. 

Performance and Software:

When it comes to performance, there are significant changes under the hood. For a powerful gaming experience, Logitech G502 wired mouse uses the same Hero 25k rated up to 25,600 DPI optical sensor as the Logitech G604 wireless mouse and the same 1000 Hz polling rate. So it is by no means an outdated mouse. 

Logitech G Hub software is compatible with both Windows and macOS. So you can easily customize RGB and map macros on the mouse. Compared to other mouse applications, G-HUB is fairly easy to interact with. 

10. Corsair M65 PRO RGB

Corsair M65 PRO (Best For FPS)

$32.65  in stock
3 new from $32.65
3 used from $29.99
Free shipping
as of September 22, 2023 5:50 am

Key Features & Specs:

Dimensions (LxWxH): ‎4.6 x 3.0 x 1.5 inches | Weight:  172 g | Sensor type: Optical (LED) | Sensor Model: PixArt PMW3360 | Sensitivity: Up to 12,000 CPI | Polling Rate: 1000 Hz | Wheel Encoder: Notched Wheel | Buttons: 8  | LED Zones: 3-Zone RGB | Cable: 6.1 ft | Software: Corsair iCUE

Two Minute Review:

The Corsair M65 PRO RGB is suitable for both FPS and MMO games, but the performance is satisfactory. It comes with detachable weights, and even after stripping off all of them, you get a hefty mouse at the end. The weird shape makes it too large for small hands using a fingertip grip or extra-large hands preferring a claw or palm grip. 

Build and Design:

The M65 Pro has a tough construction. This mouse has a formidable appearance, with its chassis made out of aluminum and covered with sturdy plastic. However, its aggressive look shouldn’t be taken as a trade-off for comfortability. Soft-touch material is coated at the top of the plastic to give you a smooth touch. The sides have a textured finish for increased grip, and this feature isn’t new in gaming mice. 

The upper section of the mouse houses an RGB backlit Corsair logo, two DPI adjustment buttons, a scroll wheel and click buttons. Unlike other mice in this roundup with a plethora of buttons on the side, this one features an intriguing large button dubbed as ‘sniper button’ to instantly lower DPI for greater precision in the gameplay. 

In addition to that, M65 Pro braided cable, and we would have truly appreciated it if it was of detachable type. On the rear side of the device, there are three removable weights for fine-tuning the balance.

Performance and Software:

Performance-wise Corsair M65 Pro is offering PixArt PMW3360 optical sensor rated up to 12,000 DPI. Besides this, for precise location reporting, the polling rate of this mouse is up to 1000 Hz. Most gamers want to use a heavy mouse at high DPI settings for more accuracy without lifting the mouse and fewer hand movements for playing games.      

You can easily customize the three zones of RGB lighting with the software: Corsair iCUE, which can be downloaded from the Corsair official website. The software is compatible with Windows and macOS.


What is a good weight for a gaming mouse?

It depends on a lot of factors, but the optimal range is 80-110g. The deciding factors include the hand size, the drag of the Mouse, and the games you are playing. Those with extra-large hands, who don’t drag the Mouse very much, and play MMO/MOBA games would find a perfect companion in a hefty, large mouse. 

Heavy vs. light Gaming Mouse, which one is better?

FPS games make the lightweight Mouse more popular than ever. Traditional mice were heavier and became irrelevant in games where accuracy and precision were an absolute must to unleash your skills or get a competitive advantage. 

But heavy mice still have their relevance in MMO/MOBA gamers, where we need many macros to sharpen our strategy. So the decision to decide which gaming mouse is best for you depends on the Titles you play.

Are heavy mice good for FPS gaming?

They might hinder the performance in FPS gaming as players won’t be able to take a shot with desired accuracy and precision when they have to exert extra effort to drag the Mouse. But then, it also depends on the preference; some muscular users find heavy mice more accurate than ultralight ones. 

What is considered a heavy gaming mouse?

Any gaming mouse that weighs more than 120g without cable should be considered heavy even if it has replaceable weights attached to it. This rule of thumb is developed by comparing these mice with the ultralight ones. (for instance, Finalmouse Ultralight 2 weighs just 47g).