Reddit reviews Redragon M901 Wired Gaming Mouse, MMO RGB LED Backlit Computer Mice, 12400 DPI Perdition with 18 Programmable Buttons, Weight Tuning Set for Windows PC Gaming (Black)
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WIRED GAMING MOUSE; built for PC Gamers -Optical Gaming Mouse up to 12400 DPI via software, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 50G acceleration. The High-Precision Sensor delivers Pinpoint Accuracy while the Micro Switch ensure longevity, greater durabilityLED RGB BACKLIT PROGRAMMABLE GAMING MOUSE; 18 programmable buttons, 5 Memory Profiles each with distinct LED color option for quick identification. Comes with 8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g x8) and Breathing Effects. (LED Backlight can be disabled)ERGONOMIC GAMER MOUSE DESIGN; Ergonomic shape fits naturally in your hand, reduces stress with superior productivity and efficiency. Give an extremely gaming experience during sessions like league of legends, steam, Fortnite, PUGB, Overwatch, Call of DutyHIGH-END PC GAMING MOUSE FEATURES; 7 Mouse Buttons PLUS 12 MMO programmable side buttons. Total 19 buttons. Fire button, Pulsing Breathing light color modes. Durable smooth TEFLON feet pads for ultimate gaming controlPC GAMING MOUSE COMPATIBILTY: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, Limited Mac OS keyboard support. Comes with 6 foot high-speed braided fibre cable and a gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection
A MMO mouse will completely change the game for you. Back before my wife and I were married I would visit her on the weekends, and one weekend I left my naga over there and didn't play WoW for the whole week. You just get so accustomed to it.
Nagas are normally really expensive, but there are really good alternatives. This mouse is around 30 bucks on Amazon and has 5 stars.
I need to get me a gaming keyboard, I have never had one before so idk how well those would benefit me. I'm just using an old PS2 keyboard now.
edit- Been here almost 4 years and just got my first gold. Thank you so much! I love this community :)
I love this mouse.. It takes some time to program, and a PC I believe. But I have every button linked to a hot key so I can zoom in and out, make an edit, add a transition, jump to the next clip, delete, move up or down a track, copy, paste, in, out and many more useful hot keys all in one hand. It's probably doubled my editing speed and I memorized all the buttons in about 2 days. Not a bad price either. Another popular mouse is the Razer Naga Chroma I think you can use a Mac to program that one.
Highly recommend getting an "MMO mouse". You can try out a decent one cheap for about $35. Well worth it. I recommend this one for starters https://www.amazon.com/Redragon-M901-PERDITION-High-Precision-Programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1480259364&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=redragon+m901
Found your dream mouse, the RED DRAGON PERDITION HIGH PRECISION PROGRAMMABLE gaming mouse with a whopping...
16 THOUSAND four HUNDRED DPI. At half the price of this junky, plain looking 3k dpi mouse. 60 Dollars for THAT?! Pardon our ignorance, but the RedDragon is half that price. 5 times the DPI. 20 times the buttons. SICK gaming aesthetic... RED LEDS?!?! RED!? That's like... so aggressive!
Bro.. we've done it. We've found the best mouse in the universe.
I've used the Redragon M901 PERDITION for about a year and a half and it works well. It won't be the highest quality product, and the buttons can feel cramped if you have large hands. On the plus side it is only 35$ compared to the typical higher prices of better quality gaming mice.
Razor Naga didn't even last a year. Very poor build quality.
I've had a Redragon Perdition mouse for past couple years and it's been great and it was half the price of the Naga.
EDIT: One thing nice about the side buttons is that they are slanted like a very shallow V, so you know exactly which buttons you are touching. Only thing you have to keep track of, and it's very easy to, is which set of V's you are in (1-6 first set of V, 7-12 for the second set).
Razer is a scam, IMO their products just don't hold up that well for the ridiculous price tag. Everything I've bought from them is now broken, and I won't buy anything else. It's all marketing. Personally, I prefer logitec but I decided for WoW I'd try just picking up a cheapo MMO mouse, and honestly so far it's been great. I've been using it for around a year, started on PServers, and had zero issues so far:
It's that brand and has the same side button configuration but whichever one I have doesn't have all the RGB lights all over it. Less than half the price of a naga, and has a thumb shelf.
Have you ever thought about something like this? I bought one of these for WoW and sometimes end up playing LoL with one hand just because I can.
If your g600 dies:
Get an MMO mouse, map all of your abilities to the extra buttons on the mouse.
Something like this:
It's not a major mouse brand, which might instantly turn off a lot of people. However, it's highly programmable, has all of the bells and whistles of an $80 mouse, feels incredibly durable and is not made from flimsy stuff, and the software is utterly amazingly easy to key bind anything you'd like to any button on the mouse, including customizing the DPI. [The DPI buttons can even be re-assigned, with no restrictions.] It's very simple and lightweight, too; it's very good at what it does without any bloat.
The light color change sounds like a gimmick but since you can assign a different color and glow pattern to each profile (which takes about 2 seconds to swap), it helps you easily ID what is loaded onto the mouse.
The drivers are flawless and the button layout is very good; after day 2 with the mouse, I never hit the side buttons on accident thanks to their design.
Long story short, I've had high end expensive mice for many, many years and this is easily the best mouse I've owned in a while. Very sturdy, reliable, and considerably more customizable than the more well known multi-button mice. With 5 customizable DPI levels, it's perfect for MechWarrior, as well.
And all this for the price of a cheap "new computer" freebie-quality mouse. I really recommend this thing. If you're willing to consider a smaller hardware manufacturer, you'll way more than get your money's worth.. doubly so since you get all this for under forty bucks.
ED: The side buttons work very well for MW:O, from strikes to UAVs to coolant, it's nice to have it all on the same location.
ED2: Because of the above I've taken to not customizing games I play all the time, but customizing the mouse to the game. That was doubly nice in Star Citizen since it lacks key binds right now.
You know, I actually bought this same exact keyboard about 2 months ago and I love it. It's the first mechanical keyboard that I've bought and although I didn't look closely enough at it on Amazon and I bought one without a number pad, I still don't regret it. I've been using this mouse for about two years too and their stuff, although cheap compared to other brands, actually seems alright.
This one is $36. I'm getting the Logitech G600 because it's a little less riced-out, and a bit more professional-looking, but it's also a tax write-off, so.. there you go.
How cheap? This is the best mouse I've ever owned.
I second this, I've been using the Naga for years now and don't think I would ever want to go back. Razer has had the market to themselves for a long time, but I stumbled upon these while looking for the naga and g600 links. It's good to see that there's some competition coming in the market, but I couldn't tell you if these two are worth getting.
I used this mouse for 3 years before I replaced it (60+ hours a week use on average). It's a lesser known brand, but I've enjoyed the mouse a lot, and it's a bit cheaper than the big names (Logitech, Corsair, Razer, and the like). I know you said it takes awhile to save up money for splurges on things like this, but it might be easier to save for since it's a little cheaper. I'm glad you all enjoy your time playing the game!
I used to use the Corsair m95 until I found this one the "Redragon Perdition" It's badass and I've have had 3 other friends that play mmo's buy them after they tried mine. Not sure about the Mac thing though. http://www.amazon.com/Redragon-Perdition-Precision-Programmable-programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1421389169&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=red+dragon+perdition+mouse&amp;pebp=1421389175397&amp;peasin=B00GU8W5AE
I bought this a while back, because I needed a new mouse. The biggest selling point for me is that there are two programmable keys on it (the zoom button and the thumb spot). I have it programmed for copy and paste (I use dvorak, it can be a pain to copy and paste a lot of stuff at once), but it could easily programmed for an enter. There are plenty of other gaming mice with even more buttons, too.
Those mice are way nice with the 12 buttons.
Redragon M901 PERDITION 16400 DPI... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Here is the one I've used for 2 years. It is pretty cheap but really good
I bet it's your mouse. I have a cheap Chinese mouse (M901 Perdition) that did this exact thing a few months ago. I would enter instanced content and do the first half smoothly and then suddenly right clicking to turn my camera would cut my frames in half for a split second. You can tell it's not an issue with rendering because right clicking and turning the camera a couple degrees (not enough to cause a huge dip in FPS due to rendering) would drop the framerate by about 10-15.
Fortunately for me it fixed itself and I don't have to worry about it anymore but something that would fix it temporarily is - while FF14 is running - opening the manufacturer's mouse software tool, changing the DPI to some arbitrary value, applying it, then changing it back to my desired value. I wish I knew why this worked for me. At the end of the day it was a software incompatibility between my mouse's drivers and FF14. Didn't happen with any other games. Even ones with similar control schemes and/or higher graphical requirements.
The point of this is to offer my anecdote to hopefully dissuade you from completely ruling out your mouse as a vector for framerate issues because it happened to me and it was maddening. Get yourself a cheap mouse, see if the issue persists, and return the mouse.
The keyboard is a wired cheap one. Like $15. And the mouse is this
Redragon M901 PERDITION 16400 DPI High-Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_HATOybNAT0G42
And I haven't noticed any lag.
I'm not the person you responded to or a shill, but I've had this mouse for years and it's great.
Yeah, I can't see a use for 16.4k DPI on a mouse at all, and that's coming from someone who does use a high DPI. I usually have mine sitting at around 3500-4000 (to be fair, I don't play any FPS games). And those seem slow to me but I still wouldn't touch 16.4k.
Also, if you want painful, then here you go.
Redragon Perdition. I picked this up for $35 last December, intending to use it for a couple of months. It has since seen a month of playtime in FFXIV, and plenty in other MMOs. I use it every single day and can't recommend it enough.
And it's 4.5 stars on Amazon with 2.5k reviews, which is pretty crazy.
Edit: a word
Gonna echo what several other users said. My wife uses a G600, and I prefer the Redragon Perdition.
Such a great price too :D
I like my Red Dragon.
I'm going to be the odd one out with the Naga Trinity, then. Razer's quality control has, in my experience, been extremely poor. I have owned three Razer Naga mice in my life, and each one has died after about a year of use, generally due to either the left mouse button or middle click becoming faulty.
The Trinity in particular lasted the least amount of time. I bought it at the beginning of BfA, and two months ago, it began to double and triple click on left mouse button, making using it virtually impossible. I'm not a hardcore raider and I'm not someone who rages and breaks my belongings; all three have died under casual WoW playing use, no especially hard play or anything like that.
Instead of buying a fourth Naga, I instead purchased a Redragon M901. It's a Chinese "knock-off", but honestly, I'm blown away by how well it works. The buttons are firmer than the Naga, and everything feels so much more sturdy. I'm not at all worried about breaking this thing, and it even comes with a bunch of QoL things that the Naga doesn't, like weights, a carrying case, and an extra set of skates for the bottom when they get worn out.
Plus, it's close to a quarter of the price. $30, compared to $100.
Personally, I'm never touching a Razer product again in my life. Obviously most other people have better experiences, and that's fine, but for me they've been just garbage.
I don't think the one I mentioned is on the US store, couldn't see it. But you can just search for '12 button mouse' and see what there is. Red Dragon is one, they have a few models. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GU8W5AE?pf_rd_p=1581d9f4-062f-453c-b69e-0f3e00ba2652&amp;pf_rd_r=H46R0AC6FYF0R8B3W3PM for example. Think that's an older model.
Laptop I'm using https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B015PYYDMQ/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1
Laptop desk https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00NFHMGDE/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1
Mouse pad https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00NV4XL62/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1
And the roomy laptop bag I lug all of it in https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00EEBS9O0/ref=yo_ii_img?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1
As far as data I use tmobile with the unlimited data plan I get 14 gigs of hotspot data.
This is what I have been using for 2.5 years now. Went to this from a Razor Naga that was like twice as expensive that lasted maybe 1 - 1.5 years tops before breaking. Live an learn I guess.
Here is the mouse I've been using. Redragon Perdition 16400 DPI High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for PC, MMO, 18 Programmable Buttons. It's as good as a $100 mouse but this one is $35: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00GU8W5AE/ref=mp_s_a_1_fkmr1_1?qid=1410890936&amp;sr=8-1-fkmr1&amp;pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70
Edit: here is my gaming mousepad: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00BF5A85Q/ref=pd_aw_sims_3?pi=SS115&amp;simLd=1
OP, I see a lot of comments telling you to get an mmo mouse. I'd like to take a moment to recommend this cheap device that I've been using heavily for about 3 years now and still works fantastically. It comes with software that allows all 12 side button and even an alt click to be programmed to any key/action/macro (I have my alt click programmed to double click for all those pesky loot bags). The color of the lighting is fully customizable as well as the DPI of the mouse movements, and all of these can be set to 5 independent profiles that can be switched at the push of a button. There are also weights that can be added/removed to change the mass of the mouse to your preference. The only hangup I have is that the software can be finicky at times but once you've found a setup or two that you like there's no reason to use it anymore because the information is stored on the mouse. Can't recommend it enough.
The mmo mouse will definitely help, I have this one and it works amazingly well! https://www.amazon.com/Perdition-Redragon-High-Precision-Computer-Programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE
Mouse buttons are my savior. In PvP, I find it incredibly useful to be able to still move with my left hand, while attacking with my right hand (and camera movement).
That said, I used to use a Razer Naga, but the right mouse button recently died on me. I just picked up a Redragon Perdition ($37 on Amazon) and I am pleasantly surprised at its quality for that price.
You dont really need one, but if you dont go for the Naga Hex (tho careful they break naturally quite fast), id recommend a Redragon Perdition over the normal Naga or the G600 because of its shape, macro options and matte surface.
I'm using the Red Dragon Perdition. It's not super well known, but it's really one of the best mouse i've used at an amazing price.
Keep in mind that most of these will have a generic stiff shit cable nor can I promise the shape will be for you.
If you also plan on playing FPS with it:
For 20 USD(!), the Havit HV-MS735 is a pretty good budget option. Has a 3360 sensor, 12 grid, side scroll, and is ~107 grams with the internal weight removed, which isn't too bad for a 12 grid mouse, not to mention it being at the current price that it is.
At 30 USD, the updated Redragon M901 is the lightest 12 grid mouse available with a 3360. Has an additional button on the left side, and doesn't require any opening up to remove the weights. Weighs in at only 87 grams without weights.
At 60 USD (50 refurbished), the Corsair Scimitar is a 12 grid mouse with a 336X variant. Has the gimmick with adjusting the 12 grid, which is actually not too bad because if a 12 grid doesn't sit exactly right, you either lose full functionality or comfort. Unfortunately weighs a buttload at ~120 grams, which is normally a deal breaker for some.
Of course the Naga Trinity, which has the side panel gimmick. If the cable is like any recent Razer mouse, it'll have the best cable of the bunch by far. Also ~120 grams, so another monster in the weight class.
If you don't care about having a good sensor:
Logitech G600 at ~34 USD is an okay mouse. Logitech software is a lot better than Synapse and the crap the Chinese OEMs have. Has a pretty garbage sensor in it though, so FPS is going to be a no go.
Honestly though, the HV-MS735 and M901 are good. Unless you insist on using a mainstream mouse or dislike Chinese OEM software, the Redragon M901 is amazing due its weight class and the HV-MS734 is a budget god at 20 USD.
My roommates like this mouse. 18 programmable buttons on the mouse.
Redragon Perdition. I took a gamble on a cheap Chinese mouse when my Razer Naga died after six months, and it paid off. This mouse has served me well for almost two and a half years of heavy use.
I use the thumb buttons to switch between combos for each class, because why waste space for buttons I only need sometimes? I got tired of reaching for the buttons and decided to bring the buttons to me. I started with this system when Samurai came out because the rotation was absolutely incompatible with my old layout, and just adapted it to every class I played afterwards.
I forgot to mention, the source bars on top are normally hidden and are just shown to demonstrate how the macro system works. It doesn't actually physically switch the hotbar, it just copies the skills to hotbar 1.
friend of mine has [this] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_kmSuybPSRW80J) he loves it
no not refurbished, it's brand new for that much.
here is amazon link https://www.amazon.com/Redragon-M901-PERDITION-High-Precision-Programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE
for 35 bucks, i figured it's be cheap and break pretty quick or have issues. nope. there's other redragon mouse designs too, gotta assume they are just as good. I want to say they are in line with razer nagas but that may be a bold statement, my brother has a razer, i honestly think the redragon feels a bit.. sturdier, but that's just feel, says nothing about real quality, which, i think they are pretty much even. The software that comes with it is great, set your dpi settings, theres i think 4-5 settings, and tqo buttons behind mouse wheel to switch between them (up and down) and you can customize each one, so like 800 for one, 1200 for another, whatever you want up to 16400 dpi. mousewheel changes color to indicate what setting you're on. The logo and the numbers light up which you can customize that color and if it pulses and how fast. I constantly recommend this mouse to people looking for a cheap, quality alternative. and i think it has 5 star rating on amazon with 2512 reviews. Keep your options open but i can't say enough good things about the price and quality of this mouse. I play overwatch, ffxiv. Love this thing. 34 for black, 37 for the white one, which i wanted but my case is black and i kept that theme.
Not as high quality as a Corsair Scimitar or a Razer Naga but it's cheaper.
When this one dies I'll likely grab a Corsair Scimitar, since I'm wanting to upgrade my keyboard to a Corsair Strafe anyway.
No letter binds at all, not with the mouse I use (This one). The only keyboard buttons I use for abilities are just as modifiers (shift/alt plus 1-12). I was never a fan of getting rid of any movement keys, mice made for MMO's made a TON of difference for me when they first came out over a decade ago. Not sure I could go back to playing without one.
I have this one which is apparently programmable. I'll have to mess with it some time to see if I can just macro some weird key combination to fake having extra buttons.
I use a 12 bottom on the side MMO mouse to play ESO for me it makes play a lot easier.
This is the one I've been using for 3 years to play ESO but there are a lot of those brands out there.
Redragon M901 PERDITION
I use a Redragon Perdition M901. Its relatively cheap, has 12 side buttons for the hotbar and has a trigger button in the place I like to assign my push-to-talk.
I suggest Reddragon predition...I have got this mouse for over a year and no problem whatsoever. It comes with special program where you can assign 12 side buttons to any key you want. Also its half price of Razer.
Nice, only 30 bucks on Amazon! Just to confirm, it's this model right--
I should get it just to have a nice gaming mouse at the very least, I've never had one. And I got Amazon gift cards burning a hole in my e-wallet for forever.
I could get it, and then when I eventually get that yearning to make the change (I'll need to be in the mood) I'll be all ready to go.
There are tons of different ones. Besides what have already been mentioned:
The top-rated UtechSmart Venus: https://www.amazon.com/Gaming-Mouse-UtechSmart-Venus-Precision/dp/B00FNKMVUO
The Redragon Perdition: https://www.amazon.com/Perdition-Redragon-High-Precision-Computer-Programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE
The Havit MMO mouse: https://www.amazon.com/HV-MS735-12000DPI-Programmable-Optical-PMW3360/dp/B01DW2VQ5A
Those are some more options besides the G600. Redragon has excellent reviews. All the mice I've listed above have excellent reviews. All you have to do is choose. :)
There's also the Logitech G602. The 602 is more comfortable for me as I can't stand the ring finger rest on MMO mice. The 602 can also use 1 or 2 AA batteries for weight purposes which lasts for months. Further, the 602 has several extra buttons up top, one of which can be used as a shift button to turn those 6 side buttons into 12.
If you mean how hard is the physical pressing action, it does not take much pressure. The buttons are small. I'd say it's about the same amount of pressure to push one as it does a normal key on a keyboard.
If you mean how easy is it to reach all of them? All 12 buttons are concentrated in a rectangle that measures probably 1"x2". For me, reaching buttons 1-9 is pretty easy without even having to shift my thumb at all. Buttons 10-12 took some getting used to but now it's second nature.
The biggest hurdle is just adjusting your muscle memory to using the mouse buttons for the majority of your actions. It took several play sessions to get used to it. To be honest, I felt like I was pretty worthless at first because I'd get lost in the heat of battle trying to remember what key I needed to hit. Lost several GCD's every now and then and also casted the wrong spell plenty of times. After a few sessions, it all pretty much clicked though and now it's second nature.
Don't switch to this style and expect an immediate improvement. You will get worse before you get better. Just like if you totally change up your keybinds, your body has to adjust.
Here is the mouse I bought. It's pretty cheap, so hopefully if you think it will help you, the investment is minimal. They make higher dollar ones that are probably better, so you can check those out too if you don't like this one.
They call them MMO gaming mice. If you want to search for that on amazon
Redragon Perdition, its a pretty good mouse
I have a HOJAM setup with a t16000 and an mmo mouse (18 keys total on the mouse.)
Right now, I have strafe left set to the left key on the top of the joystick, strafe right to the right key, strafe up set to the biggest key on the joystick, and strafe down set to the trigger.
Things like 'cycle friendly' and 'target nearest hostile' are set to the hat on the joystick.
Pitch, yaw, and roll are set to joystick (the mouse does no flying.)
Speed up, slow down, decoupled strafe forward, and decoupled strafe backward are set to the two keys behind the scroll wheel (originally dpi keys.)
Scroll wheel forward one click enters decoupled mode, another click forward exits decoupled mode.
Scroll wheel backward is velocity 0/100
afterburner is set to what I call the 'Don't Panic' button, a red button to the left of my left click.
3 button on mouse is fire 3
6 button is fire 4
9 button is cycle countermeasure
12 button is release countermeasure
8 and 11 cycle through the hud focus (shield screen, power distribution screen, etc)
4,7, and 10 are power to weapons, power to shield, and power to thrusters
5 is equalize power
2 is hud interaction mode toggle
1 is space brake
The numpad on the keyboard is still used for shields, but since I mainly use a 300i, I might do away with equalize power (5) and hud interaction mode (2) keybinds and make those shield distribution keys. I do like the idea of having one mouse profile for all ships though.
Missile lock/launch is mouse wheel button
I use mouse to aim gimbaled weapons.
This is probably not the most efficient setup, but it works for me and it might help you get a setup that you are comfortable with. A side effect of this setup is that I can't grab a mouse without putting three fingers on top of it now; one finger for left click, one finger for mouse wheel and the thruster keys, and one finger for right click.
my mouse for reference.
How do you play with only two thumb buttons? ;)
I play with a Perdition Redragon . 12 thumb buttons, only six are really accessable. All my comms are on the mouse. Local, Squad, Command, Discord.
Anyone who's ever played with me knows... I always mix up my comms.
To command: "Sorry squad, it looks like we'll have to take this point by ourselves. Squad 1 is busy standing beside their mortars. " Also to command: "Sorry, wrong comms."
(SL1 usually doesn't say anything for the rest of the game)
I use one of these. Pretty handy since I main healer classes, can set up to 5 DPI profiles along with lighting profiles. I've had it for maybe a year now, no issues with it so far other than the little thumb rest that gets in the way sometimes ($45.99 USD excl taxes and shipping).
If that's still too much, there's also the Redragon Perdition. Haven't personally used it but it's getting decent reviews, not sure if you can customize its DPI profiles but it's cheaper ($34.96 USD excl taxes and shipping).
Dude, my friend plays the shit out of Paragon and he'd love this. Entering.
Can't take a picture right now unfortunately. Thanks a bunch for the giveaway, OP!
Also, if anyone's wondering what the code contains, I put it all in another comment.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
CPU | Intel Core i5-6600K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor | $219.99 @ SuperBiiz
CPU Cooler | Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler | $24.89 @ OutletPC
Motherboard | Gigabyte GA-H110M-A Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $49.99 @ Amazon
Memory | G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory | $52.99 @ Newegg
Storage | Crucial BX200 480GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $114.99 @ Amazon
Case | Thermaltake Core V21 MicroATX Mini Tower Case | $49.99 @ Micro Center
Power Supply | EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $39.98 @ Newegg
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit | $83.89 @ OutletPC
Monitor | Acer H236HLbid 23.0" 60Hz Monitor | $120.98 @ Newegg
Keyboard | Redragon S102 Wired Gaming Keyboard w/Optical Mouse | $39.99 @ Amazon
Other| RX 480 8GB| $200.00
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Recommended system requirements for Legion are substantially lower than what your going to be buying, I'm talking 3-4 year old parts. As far as WoW is concerned you'll be able to play it until 2020 with little to no issues.
If your going to be waiting a month or so for the release of the 480 you should check out buildapcsales to buy parts that may be an upgrade to a part that you've already settled on at that price point.
I would also suggest getting something like the Reddragon 901 the extra thumb buttons when used properly can make a huge difference in reaction time.
As someone who owns a g600 (bought it FOR W*) I cannot reccomend it enough and it is worth the money. Having said that there are cheaper mmo mice. I nearly bought this one before the g600 went on sale last month
I love Razer. I love how much they are doing for the gaming scene and eSports scene.
That being said, I have gone through two Blackwidow keyboards and three Naga mice. I wouldn't say that I'm hard on my accessories, but they do see a fair amount of use. My mice lasted around a year to a year and a half on average. When they worked, they were excellent, but too quickly did I start to have problems with the laser.
Since then I bought this random Reddragon mouse that was half the price on amazon and I have put it through about three years of work and it's still holding up great.
Razer looks great, works great for a while, but I compare it now to the beats by Dre, strong marketing and appearance, but low quality for the price.
Redragon Perdition. Naga knockoff that is better than Razer's over priced crap.
Here's what I got, I've had it for years and love it.
Here is my exact Keyboard and here is my Mouse Although I don't use any of the thumb buttons for league.
Not answering your question but here is a great alternative mouse. I've had it since early 2015 with no problems at all. Red Dragon
Yeah, my Naga's cable crapped out a couple months after I bought it. Since then, I bought a Redragon Mouse that's very similar and it's been going well for about a year and a half now.
This is the one I use, it's cheap, it has lots of buttons for MMO's or just RPG's that have lots of hotkeys, over all just a really great mouse.
You may want to keep an eye out for a Redragon Perdition also if you're in the market for an MMO mouse. I had a Redragon Mammoth and it was fantastic, wanted to get their thumb-grid version. But the UtechSmart was $10 cheaper than the Perdition at the time, so that's what I went with.
Give this one a shot. It doesn't cost that much more than the one you asked about.
I use an MMO mouse. It allows me to pretty much keybind 12 keys for easy access. I'm so used to it that I have actually set it to use 36 keys. 1 through =, then Shift + 1 through = and Ctrl + 1 through =. I mount up, use all my profession skills, combat, everything through keybinds.
My wife uses the Razer Naga, however I have been using the Perdition Redragon for over a year and really like it - and it's about 2/3rds the price of the Naga
EDIT: They say it takes about 18 hours of actual gameplay to get used to using the buttons on the side of the mouse. I'd say that's about right. Inside of a week I was used to the buttons. In a month, I hated using mice w/o those buttons.
My little brother has a Redragon Mammoth and he loves it. A bit short for me but it has a nice weight to it. Redragon has another one called the Perdition that's pretty highly rated as well.
Anker has some good offerings in your price range as well
I got this http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00GU8W5AE for 37$ a couple weeks ago and I love it, lots of buttons and programable lights, changeable weights
I went with the Redragon Perdition after hearing that some people had some issues with the side keys on Nagas. I love my mouse. Have you had any issues?
If you're in the market for a wired mouse, I use a Redragon Perdition. It's got all the bells and whistles one expects of a mouse twice the price.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GU8W5AE?psc=1&amp;redirect=true&amp;ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00 for those curious
Here it is. I play a lot of DAoC and WoW at times as well as Dota 2 so the side buttons are handy. The mouse is pretty hefty so it feels amazing in my hands which is what sold me on it.
I use a Redragon M901 PERDITION 16400 DPI High-Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse for mine.
I use the side buttons to program custom macros (TEDIT, MOVE, Copy w/ anchor, delete etc).
It has a ton of useful features and its only 32.00 bucks
This is what I use in the office:
Red Dragon MMO Mouse
I have the mmo mouse to bind commonly used commands to. Works quite well for me.
EDIT: My DasKeyboard has MX browns and a few other people in my office have mechanical keyboards. They don't bother us at all.
This mouse (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GU8W5AE/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&amp;psc=1) allows you to map all the buttons to keyboard keys or key combinations. If the actions you are looking to perform have keyboard shortcuts, this would suffice. Otherwise as someone else suggested, a USB hub along with thumbdrive would work so you could carry around whatever program you needed to turn the keystrokes into actions.
Would you mind going with off brands?
I have a claw grip which makes the logitech ungrippable
Roccat Nyth is also a reputable brand with keypads.
But if you are willing to try off brands, there is this thing by havit
And there is also one by utech
And another by red dragon
I got my naga when they had the changeble side plates. I use the smallest one but the ledge is still too big for me to grip by my fingertips in claw comfortably.
I am expecting it to crap out in the near future and i dont really like that new naga design.
I suspect roccat's nyth will be just as uncomfortable for me as the razer naga.
I am looking at trying out the havit. I am glad more companies are daring to try to make mice with a keypad on the side.
Got mine set between 600 and 2000 depending what im doing i flick between 5 settings, the high end of the sliders is unusable, can barely see the pointer it goes that fast.
But well worth checking out the mouse itself!
Not the shop I bought from; but here's a link:
This is the cheapest I was able to find. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GU8W5AE/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_2/175-2494474-6369534?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&amp;pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&amp;pf_rd_r=1PZ9YA8VA83RNFXCVRKY&amp;pf_rd_t=201&amp;pf_rd_p=1944687682&amp;pf_rd_i=B0086UK7IQ
This one is on sale for $36 and has almost 2000 good reviews. I haven't personally used it yet, but I bought it yesterday.
The Redragon Perdition
Also the UtechSmart Venus)
Are you looking for a lot of side programmable buttons? This is prob as good as it gets for that price. If you can swing an extra 20 go for Logitech G600
I do and love it. I use this $30 gaming mouse I got on Amazon
I personally like this one,
I have a Naga but my roommate got the one in the link, I'll be getting that when my Naga dies.
I really like the gaming mouse here. it's ergonomic, but not too wide.
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Logitech G502 is always a good choice, but if you like MOBAs you might be interested in an MMO mouse. I've been using my Redragon Perdition M901 for years and it's still going strong, and it feels great. Highly recommend if you're interested in such a mouse.
Do you keybind from in-game or how do you do it? Mine never resets upon patching. I own a Red Dragon Perdition
Looking to replace my 2012 razor Naga, I'd prefer to to avoid any other razor products. I love the way to mouse feels but i'm not a fan of the software or the build quality. I'm also not a fan of the newer nagas or i'd most likely grab on of them. I'd really prefer a mouse with at least 6 easy to use side buttons, the typical 12 button mmo style works too though. So far I've tried the Logitech G600 and the Redragon Perdition, however I'm not a fan of their width (I like to have my ring and pinky finger hanging off the mouse, so i'm not sure if this is a palm or claw grip).
Can anyone offer up any mouse suggestions?
There is not even a point in selling it alone....but i do HIGHLY recommend it. so much better than a naga.
I have this red dragon mouse, in my last move I somehow lost the driver CD.... http://www.amazon.com/Redragon-Perdition-Precision-Programmable-programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1426643515&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=reddragon The company's website is in Chinese and not functioning, Is anyone able to help here? (new to reddit, sorry if this is improper)
Some other mice in the same range or lower (cost-wise as well):
Logitech G403 Pixart PMW 3366 $39.99..
$50 Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless "Hero" 12,000 dpi Sensor probably pmw3366..
HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro with very good Pixart 3389 Sensor Up to 16, 000Dpi $45
SteelSeries Rival 310 Gaming Mouse - 12,000 CPI TrueMove3 Optical Sensor $43.60...
James Donkey 325RS Gaming Mouse 7200DPI Pixart PMW3330 $20..
Redragon M901 PixArt PMW3360 ...
Amazon Basics gaming mouse 12000 dpi $40
I use the Redragon M901, it's really good! I wanted a multi-button mouse but I have small hands and most multi-button mouses are massive, this is a perfect fit for me. It's lasted me for two years so far and it's less expensive than Corsair.
When it comes to key binding I would suggest using this. I will warn you I broke my left mouse button somehow recently after two years ownership, but I super glued it back on and it works just the same. I did also buy a backup just in case. I used to have a Razer Naga, even though these are considering 'MMO' mice I think they are very well suited for these types of FPS's.
I bought this mouse to replace my 4th defective razer naga (my 4th one was my Naga Epic, which Razer support refused to RMA again after RMAing once, I no longer buy Razer)
This mouse SUCKS. It stopped working after a month and it was very awkward to use.
I strongly suggest the Redragon Perdition as an alternative. It's always around $35. Its form factor feels relatively cheap (plastic for most parts) but it has all the bells and whistles, good weight (adjustable too), good feel, sturdy, and the software is great.
I was actually looking at this mouse. Looks reliable and plenty of number keys for binding. And not overly expensive either.
I've had the original naga for years and I love mine but wear and tear is finally getting to it after so many years. I've been thinking of buying this and having the naga for use with my laptop on the go actually. My friend got this after I showed him it and said he loves it so far.
If you aren't going to have use of your right hand for awhile then maybe consider getting a 12 button mouse like the Redragon Perdition so that you can play a wider variety of games.
Maybe look into the online card games like Hearthstone.
Anyone know how this compares to a Redragon M901 Perdition? They look almost identical. Wondering if the build quality is better on this. I’m on my second M901 and I think the left click is going out (not quite as springy as it used to be) after about a year and a half
You could try to get something like this. I don't know exactly how much movement you have but getting a mouse with side buttons could help a lot.
ironically one of the cheaper ones on amazon has the best reviews, so try this. I bought a keyboard from that brand it is still going strong, so I would trust the reviews. Quality looks pretty top notch too.
Well that's a bummer, I was just going to order this one based off a recommendation I saw on here and the steep discount. Now I think I'll hold off and see what more people think as I'm sure a lot of these will be popping up as Christmas gifts.
This is the mouse I use. It's got plenty of buttons, works well, and for the price I'd say it's great quality.
Pretty much a 35$ version of the razer naga. http://www.amazon.com/Redragon-PERDITION-High-Precision-Programmable-Gaming/dp/B00GU8W5AE it works well.
Cheap but high quality mouse
Right now I have a Redragon Perdition and it works well for me. I think I have pretty big hands but it feels super comfortable and the plastic doesn't feel cheap at all. I'm very fond of this brand after moving on from Razer mice. My Razer mice really only ever lasted me about 6 months but this mouse has lasted me 2 years for about half of the price.
A buddy of mine tried the Redragon Mammoth because he didn't want buttons on the side and he said it's a great mouse for the price and it looks to be about the same size.
I didn't trust this brand at first since their stuff came from China but I've been pleasantly surprised. Good build quality, acceptable software, and tons of features for this price point.
just got on my pc did some looking how about
it has red bits but it technicaly has rgb
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU4F4OM <added in edit
and also this. i have this mouse and it would make 3 catting much easier. can speak for how much a difference it makes for minecraft
Looks like ass, but it gets the job done.
Redragon M901 Gaming Mouse, Wired MMO RGB LED Backlit Computer Mice, 24000 DPI, Perdition, with Weight Tuning Set & 18 Programmable Buttons for Windows PC Gaming (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_6LGNDbZ53RQBD
I've got the Redragon Perdition and love it so far, no problems. It's a lot bigger than the Naga, with just as many buttons. Larger than my old Logitech mouse. For a large handed person who is poor and can't afford the naga but needs all the side buttons, this thing is worth it. Couldn't be happier.
I use the Razer Naga 2014. The mechanical side buttons feel really nice to use. Razer's "Synapse" software works decently well with Mac, as you can bind any button to a multitude of functions. The only issue I've run into is that the OS-level mouse tracking seems to reset to 0 on reboot. Not a huge issue. I would definitely purchase this mouse again if mine were to ever go up (had it for about 11 months now with no issues.)
The Logitech G600 has decent reviews, although I didn't go with it because a) the side buttons are squishy, and b) the software only works in Windows, so if you want to rebind keys to something else, you're out of luck.
A cheaper option is the Redragon Perdition, which is a newer "MMO mouse." I couldn't verify, but I don't believe this one has any Mac software either. However, the buttons are still just numeric keys, so if you don't need anything crazy, it should be fine. You can also store the button profiles on the device, so if you have a Windows install, you can apply it there then use it in OS X.
There's also the UtechSmart Venus. Not bad reviews; fairly new; cheap. Like the two previous mice, I don't believe it has any Mac software, but the extra buttons will still function.
I use a Reddragon Perdition. Super cheap with Amazon Prime atm.
It's programmable in Windows, and the configuration sticks with the mouse. It's plenty sensitive (16400 dpi is pointlessly high), and nice to rest your hand on/use for extended periods of time.
The only things I dislike about are the red colorscheme (because now I don't want any LED colors other than red), and it's not the heaviest mouse, even with the weights in it.
Take your pick, have a look around, adjustable DPI is nice and some spare buttons are too. Don't know brands and such but that is just a quick look on amazon.
And if you're not looking to pay the price of an entirely new game for a mouse. I own a Redragon, fantastic mouse for under 40 bucks. I've never owned a Naga, but as far as I know, it's missing none of the features a Naga has.
Redragon m901 but I believe the optical sensor is beginning to go bad. Even when not touched the mouse kind of jitters around somewhat and before my own twitches began it was behaving poorly. I've tried cleaning it, and I have a nice mousepad, but no luck.
I have this mouse, lots of buttons and way cheaper than other mmo mouses. works great.
I use this
Hot bar 1 is 1-9,0, -,+
Hot bar 2 uses ctrl
Hotbar 3 uses left alt
Targeting self or party member uses shift
Makes everything so much easier.
Also, what mouse which you guys recommend? I am currently looking at this. It's a relatively unknown companies but it has a great price and great reviews. I would love to hear everyones input!
I replaced my failing Razer Naga (2nd one...) with this: https://www.amazon.com/Redragon-Programmable-Precision-Buttons-Windows/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=redragon+mouse&qid=1557259625&s=gateway&sr=8-4
Feels higher quality and it's much cheaper...
I know I'm late to the thread and this type of mouse isn't specifically related to your question but I wanted to post my mouse because I have made good use of it with CAD and gaming:
12 side buttons is kinda overkill but I just wanted to recommend a mouse that has custom keys because it is super useful.
I currently own Redragon M901 Gaming Mouse Wired, [Programmable] MMO RGB LED Mice, 24000 DPI, Laser High Precision Sensor, Weight Tuning Set, 18 Buttons for Windows PC Games - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_XEK5BbR4VQFNE and I'm sick of it, just want better for fps price can be under 100$
I even did reviews of them on YouTube, if interested, ask me :)
RedDragon Perdition -- $35.99 at Amazon
Or you could go with this.
Same thing as the G600 but 35 dollars USD. It's also indestructible. I threw it at a wall(don't ask) and it's still good as brand new, somehow.
I had a g502 that I sold to get a Red Dragon Perdition.
Easily the most comfortable mouse I've ever used. I got it for all the buttons on the side and because I used my friends and it was so damn comfy. Its also really inexpensive. I actually don't use the buttons a lot, but I use 1 and 3 for leaning and 4 for push to talk. Also has software to change sensitivity settings, different profiles, lighting (colors and brightness), as well as changing what the side buttons do.
Although I recommend getting the black one. It has a nice gritty/grippy feeling while the white one is, for whatever reason, glossy, smooth, and a bit slippery. I have never seen this mouse recommended, but I love it way more than the g502, or any other mouse I've used.
Haha, thank you! I use both this and this, hence the kinda weird layout. Do you like the blue and gold alliance colours on the bars and chat?
That sounds like a pretty great setup overall :) Personally I have this mouse and i use 1-5 for skills and 6 for bar swap.
I like using the red dragon perdition Similar to the naga with 12 programable buttons on the side. But its only 35$ and it also has three additional buttons on the top. I use them for del, insert, and one to cycle dpi settings.
Im happy with it, and bonus you can choose the colors that it lights up(or turn them off)
I had a Naga for years and it finally just gave out. Considered buying a new one but was just a bit out priced. Picked up this one and it is really solid performer.
Redragon M901 PERDITION 16400 DPI High-Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_p7NAybQV5QPXF
Redragon Perdition is pretty great.
Not the most well known brand but they provide quality products. It'll also show listings of mice in the same price range with the same features which are good as well such as the HAVIT and Venus.
I've been using this cheap ass mouse for 3 years now, still works great: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_pbSmDb47TQA91
I used to have the razer naga mouse, wasn't bad but I had some issues with it pretty soon, double click, wheel pushing stopped working, and I read this happens pretty often, so once it stopped working completely I got this cheap one https://www.amazon.com/Redragon-Programmable-Precision-Buttons-Windows/dp/B00GU8W5AE
While it does feel and look a little cheap, I'm super happy with it, had it for like a year now, no issue whatsoever. A very pleasant and unexpected surprise.
Here's my suggestion:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
CPU | Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor | $144.98 @ DirectCanada
Motherboard | ASRock H110M-DGS Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $39.98 @ NCIX
Memory | Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory | $44.99 @ Newegg Canada
Storage | Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $61.94 @ Vuugo
Video Card | Sapphire Radeon RX 470 4GB NITRO+ Video Card | $284.99 @ Newegg Canada
Case | Rosewill FBM-02 MicroATX Mini Tower Case | $29.99 @ Newegg Canada
Power Supply | EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $55.37 @ DirectCanada
Monitor | Acer G226HQLBbd 21.5" 60Hz Monitor | $109.99 @ NCIX
Keyboard | Logitech K120 Wired Standard Keyboard | $12.98 @ NCIX
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $810.21
| Mail-in rebates | -$25.00
| Total | $785.21
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I never realized how weak the Canadian dollar is, I was really surprised at how much less it gets you. This is based on the "Crusher" build from the /r/pcmasterrace wiki, plus a keyboard and monitor. I don't have any direct experience with any of these parts besides the monitor, which I got for my girlfriend's computer build (and it's a great monitor at that price)
If you're looking to spend more, the first places to do it are
Now for other recommendations. I stream on twitch as well, (mostly World of Tanks and other games), and I mostly use a Logitech G430 as my headphones/mic. If you're looking for a new mouse, Redragon makes really great mice at really good prices, I use a Redragon Perdition as my primary mouse for gaming, a Redragon Nemeanlion at work, and a Redragon Centrophorus for my secondary computer (used as a server and for doing distributed computing). For a webcam, I use a Logitech C920
I recommend this mouse instead. It's cheaper and works just as well. I've had mine for 2 years now, still going strong. I haven't had a single problem with it. The buttons are slanted so you can easily tell where your thumb is without looking. It also has weights in the bottom that you can adjust to make the mouse feel just the way you want it. I took all the weights out and it's very light. The cord is braided to stop it from doing that weird curling thing cords like to do, that's my favorite part. No mandatory software unless you want to mess around with the lighting effects or change the button next to the left mouse button to another bind. You can change the mouse sensitivity easily just pressing up or down on the mouse, there are about 6 presets.
Compared to a regular mouse, I can never go back. It makes every single game more playable for me. I dont even use it for MMOs. I hate ever having to move my left hand in FPS games to hit the higher numbers.
I use it for Dota 2 and I think it gives me an advantage over some of the more ridiculous layouts ive seen people use.
I see everyone here talking about the naga vs the G600 but I dont use either.
I use the perdition red dragon. Its a Chinese made alternative. 12 buttons on the side, sensitivity controls on top, and an extra button to the left of the left click configured for triple left click macro but can be changed.
Ive had it for at least 3 years and it works fine. Sometimes it gets a little weird about tracking but I think thats just dust on the laser. It also took me a while to get used to how little pressure you need to click with it. For the first month I was constantly clicking on accident. But this is a user error thing.
Oh, and did I mention its like 35 dollars on amazon? I already bought a second one just incase this one dies.
I use a Red Dragon Perdition Gaming mouse. It has 5 programmable profiles which I have configured for different programs (Inventor, Rhino, Solidworks, Illustrator, CorelDraw). I have the 12 button programmed to switch profiles and each profile can have a different color from the internal LEDs (Helps tell which profile I'm in)
I also have a Logitech G13 Gamepad. It has awesome software which automatically switches profiles based on which program is active. It has 3 quick swap buttons to completely change the layouts in each program, 25 keys per layout. I've programmed keys/macros for all my commonly used tools.
I still have a regular keyboard. Ctrl+Z/Ctrl+Shit+Z (Undo/Redo) is too natural to me, plus other basic commands but I can quickly jump over to the G13 for commands that would require 2 hands on the keyboard and keep my right hand on the mouse.
I have a Waccom Bamboo pen tablet and I've found that touch is in as accurate as a mouse for 3D manipulation. With LClick+Drag, RClick+Drag, MiddleMouseButton+Drag, LRClick+Drag & Scroll Wheel and control all your major 3D view manipulations. A touch pad requires a second hand button press to achieve the same results. Believe me I've tried and mouse + keyboard + gamepad beats the socks off of anything I've found. It's great never having to click drop down menus.
Add in AutoHotKey to run macros/automate and you can model/draft w/o ever looking from the screen.
I'd be interested to hear other people's setups.
Change the processor for an i3-4130. Faster and only a few bucks more at $120, not to mention you have an upgrade path to a Core i5/i7 if you want later. Or, if you can, budget get an i5-4590 and you get a quad-core.
With that obviously comes a change of motherboard, and the best one for the price is the MSI B85-G41. It costs $70.
Changing that TN panel monitor for an IPS model only costs $5 more and gets you a screen that looks a lot more elegant, has much thinner bezels and because it's IPS has much better viewing angles, better contrast ratio, and better color reproduction. The monitor is something you use every single time you use the computer, so don't skimp on it.
Corsair AF series fans are very good, there's no denying that, but honestly there's quite a good amount of fans that are better for the money. But if you MUST have purple LEDs, they're okay. For something functional, Rosewill Hyperborea 140mm will push a lot more air (90CFM vs 57CFM) and they're also 4-pin PWM and don't use cheap sleeve bearings so while not silent they are relatively quiet (I have them). There's also the 120mm version that pushes the same amount of air. $13 for 140mm, $10 for 120mm. Honestly if you're on a budget I'd say to spend more on stuff that's gonna make your games run better and your PC run cooler, but if you'd rather spend it on making it look flashy that's fine too.
As for the case, there's really no other one that has that combination when it comes to color, but there are better options for the money. If you want a mix of both it looking flashy and having good features there's the Rosewill Patriot for $60. It comes with four blue LED 120mm fans to the two on the Bitfenix, meaning you could also buy two fans instead of four. It also comes with a side panel window if you wanna look at your components.
The graphics card you should definitely change as there's much better options for the money. For example there's the Radeon R9 270 which will give you performance within 10% of the GTX 760 for only $160 and will stomp on the 750 Ti, meaning on most demanding games you can run at High settings instead of Medium.
The keyboard you should change. You can get the Monoprice Cherry MX Blue for $51 on sale, saving you $40.
As for the mouse, I know it's a great mouse, but there are also cheaper options that will give you the same options. Not from Logitech themselves, though, obviously. This one has 4.5/5 reviews on Amazon, has weights, on-the-fly DPI buttons, and 12 macro buttons. Only costs $37 too.
As for RAM, you can pick up Patriot 2x4GB DDR3-1600 for $73 at Newegg and that will do the trick nicely.
Any questions let me know.
Can't do that if I want them to stay analogous to the MMO mouse
All i can do is list the peripherals
Here are some options that match your Description:
Keyboards: Redragon K502 price: $24
Keyboards: AUKEY Mechanical price: $28
Headphones: TRN V80 price: $25
Headphones: VJJB K4 K4S price: $25
Headphones: CCA C10 price: $25
Headphones: Symphonized XTC 2.0 price: $26
Mousepads: VicTsing Extended price: $15
Mousepads: BUANIIH Pad price: $14
Mousepads: iLeadon MousePad price: $14
Mousepads: AliBli Large price: $17
Mousepads: Razer Sphex V2 price: $19
Mouse: Perixx Perimice-718R price: $25
Mouse: Motospeed V60 price: $26
Mouse: Corsair M55 RGB price: $28
Mouse: Redragon M901 price: $30
Mouse: Corsair M65 Pro price: $30
if you choose one from each category the cost will be around a $100
You have $600 left to spend on a pc.
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I use one of these, it works very well and the software side is surprisingly good
Redragon M901 PERDITION 16400 DPI High-Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_FDEtxbFZS6ME6
Personally, I have this mouse, and it is surprisingly fucking phenomenal. Some people might not like the look of it, but I think it's nice and, as the reviews show, the build quality does not feel cheap at all.
My specialty, cheap gaming peripherals!
Here are some of my recommendations:
E-3lue Mazer II wireless
Cheap but good Anker mouse
Cheaper alternative to the Razer Naga
For higher range mice, in the 50-100$ range, I'd suggest either sticking with Logitech or Razer. I personally use a Logitech G9X mouse, considered by a lot of people (myself included) to be THE BEST gaming mouse ever made, however it only has 5 buttons and currently costs over 180$.
However, this is one that I'm eyeballing pretty hard, since it has a ton of buttons and is wireless, thus easier to take with me travelling.
My biggest suggestion, however, is to find a mouse that has interchangeable weights. I know it sounds like a silly gimmick, but by having different weights you can fine-tune your mouse to different playstyles and games. A heavier mouse allows for more precision (think long range sniper shots), whereas a lighter mouse allows for better reaction time. Once you use a weighted mouse it's very hard to go back.
replaced my 2012 naga with https://www.amazon.co.uk/Redragon-Perdition-M901-PC-Programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1489157039&amp;sr=8-8&amp;keywords=redragon
because it has the 1 button next to left click which i couldnt find anywhere else
This is a great MMO mouse. I used to only use Nagas (from Wrath up to the start of Legion) but I got tired of them breaking on me or the buttons sticking all the time. I've been using this for a year so far and it's been AMAZING. Plus you can't beat that price!
I loved my Razer Nagas. I went through four. I realized I was really displeased with them only lasting about a year. Two years ago I found a chinese off-brand called Redragon and I love it. The Naga copy is called "Perdition" (amazon link)
Double lifespan and still going compared to any of my Nagas.
Customization of the weight via a few weighted balls you can open up and remove.
The software! You can save profiles with different DPIs, that you can then save up to 5 settings you can rotate through by clicking a button on the mouse. You can then assign any RGB color you want to each setting, per profile. Super useful if you use a lot of different software or games on your computer and you're peculiar about the sensitivity.
Software screenshots: 1 , 2 , 3
The buttons aren't flat like a naga, they're sort of beveled like \=\ /=/ \=\ /=/ ... if that makes sense.
Small hands like mine might struggle to click as easy as possible. The more sensitive bits are further down than the naga so it requires a little more effort to press. I retrained myself to have my fingers a bit further down and I don't notice it anymore, but it was annoying at first.
It seems to only come in red/white or red/black, which is kind of lame since you can do any RGB colors for the RBGs, but it'll always have the permanent red.
Off topic from the post, I've seen a bunch of mouse vs tablet debate, what are the pros and cons of both? (I use this and zx)
I have this Redragon. For the price its a pretty great mouse, no complaints, comes with rgb, dpi, weight, and macro key customization and just an overall good mouse IMO.
Redragon Perdition. Its like a cheap Naga, but tbh, I actually prefer it over the naga. $33
I find it hard to play on just keyboard and mouse due to all the buttons you need.
I really like using one of those MMORPG mouses (pretty much mouses with a numpad on the side), takes some time to get use to, but are great once you adjusted to them.
There are alot of them, but here are the link for the more popular ones (I'm using the G600 atm)
Razer Naga Chroma
Redragon M901 Perdition
I also use a Logitech G13 Gamepad
This is what i use, Really comfortable, up to 16400 DPI, 12 macro buttons, Weighted mouse that you can change, Love it
I have one of these at home for play and one for work. It has a very comfortable Matte finish on it and can customize all the side buttons, DPI, etc. Even save multiple profiles for quick switches. If you are looking for one with hotkeys on it anyways.
Why does no one just get a custom DPI mouse? Relying on the developer to cater to your DPI settings gets annoying.
This is the one I use.
I use this mouse https://www.amazon.com/Redragon-M901-PERDITION-High-Precision-Programmable/dp/B00GU8W5AE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1487127218&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=redragon+perdition I got it specifically for csgo and I love it I won't go back switching weapons/nades/bomb whatever I need I bound primary/secondary/knife all the nades except for decoy right/lefthanded weapon holding sprays and the bomb I would recommend one but its preference I think it is easier but thats me do you there isn't a perfect mouse or type of mouse all of it is personal
This is the mouse I use got world of warcraft, GW2, League, D3, etc. It's the best mouse I've used period, has shit tons of buttons, is endlessly customizable. I fucking love it. I'm not paid by these dudes I just genuinely LOVE this mouse.
I was quite pleasantly surprised at the RedDragon Perdition. I've put at least 7,500 hours on it and it shows no sign of wear in the switches. I had a Microsoft Sidewinder for years that had a deficiency in the cord. The braided cord on the RDP is still stiff af after a few years still.
I mean.. look at the price. They also make pretty good mousepads, too. Decent software, too.