Built this on 29th May 2016. Before that, i was a virgin in building pc's. For 3 years i was gaming on a samsung laptop with integrated graphics and a dual core cpu. I was playing games on the lowest settings getting 20 - 30 fps and i found it great. You know what, i blame consoles. I admit i used to agree with the argument "30 fps is the same as 60 fps", or the famous "our eyes can't see more than 30 fps", etc etc. After doing abit of research, one youtube video changed my life. It showed games in 30 fps and 60 fps, i suddenly became enraged! After all this time i was decieved into thinking i was at the epitome of gaming. I then decided to save up for a pc. I was like a starving wolf working hard for meat and food. My fingers itching to play Witcher 3. As soon as i got enough money i didn't waste a moment. Bought all the parts off amazon then checked out but wait... Gotta make sure it's free delivery 3 - 5 working days.
I chose the parts with 1 purpose in mind - to run any AAA game at max settings 60 fps. Boy was i not dissappointed. I overclocked the gpu to 1520MHz @ 1.212V and can run minecraft max settings. Thinking of upgrading the gpu to a Asus ROG Strix gtx 1080, just to add more smoothness. Looking to also get a better monitor. Buying gf too, lol jk. Game = life.
So I bought this after hearing it's one of the most comfortable ones out there. Checked the product on Razer's website and saw 'ergonomic' and I was sold. Bought it for about £60 and tried it on league of legends. My performance drastically decreased. Now what's going on here, shouldn't gaming mouses improve your performance? To my surprise, I actually have a finger tip grip style. This was because I used a logitech m185 which is tiny! I was using it so often, I adapted the finger tip grip style.
I'm not going to be bias and base my rating on how it suited me, but base it on the quality of the product. If I grip the mouse with my palm, it is super comfortable so +1 for that. The mouse buttons don't feel like they were half-heartedly stuck on, they feel like they will actually last. The software is easy to use and it was simple to set the colours and set my dpi. Overall, 4/5.