Coolermaster’s new mastermind MM520 is Palm-Pitch Gaming Mouse Brother Pam-Peach Master machine MM530. The MM520 is billed as the successor of the Cooler Master Spon, and the matches are clear. The Cooler Master tends to be a 6-button MM520, high-DPI PC gaming mouse for real-time strategy games, it is more versatile than the Cooler Master has positioned it.
The price of the MM520 is $ 49 (£ 34, AU $ 59), such as the Palm-Cap MM530, which competes in close proximity to other serious gaming rats in Stila’s 50 dollars (59 pounds, 99 dollars) rival 310 and Sensei 310.
No light competition for this Master Mouse MM520 Sense 310 has got a perfect score in our review. So, let’s see how MM520 can stack in the medium-range gaming rats market.
The MM520 has a slightly more standout design of a claw-grip mouse, with a removed right side that offers ring finger support. The MM520’s arrow suddenly flattens backward from the rear and then mostly towards left and right click. Even a shape in front is somewhat reminiscent of a Ferrari grill.
Comfortable rest for the thumb on the left of the MM520 and the forward and back button can be easily accessed. Unlike MM530, the MM520 does not include a rubber grip for your thumb.
As well as shiny forward and back button from the DPI switch and scroll wheel, the body of MM520 is made with a thick, matte black PBT plastic, which creates a welcome extra bit for thumb and finger finger. Although the plastic seems to be weak, some squishy areas with a bit of some weird flakes are the result of MM520’s design results.
Three-zone RGB light, 16.7 million colors and different types of design support, a bit of gamer aesthetic offers a pressure on the back of the mouse, the border around the master’s logo and the scroll wheel all light.
The main mouse button is great feeling they’re satisfying clicky and consistent. The groove scroll wheel is made of it thanks to the grippy for soft rubber, and it is clicked individually. The durable and responsive Omron switch is smart to choose Cooler Master.
The back and forward buttons are not very favorable, because they are very screwed by an appetite. They are at least consistent, where we press the button, where we are almost equal to the same points.
While hurting the table after a rapid movement, it creates a somewhat cheaper sound, although it has a comfortable width with 101 gauge or 135 g Colonel weight with MM520. The cable does not interfere with long and light, mouse movement, and the connection of the mouse is strong for an extra bit of firmness.
Even if the MM520 is not shining according to the design (although with three zones lighting, it literally brightens), it makes up for that in a good working performance section. MM520 uses Omron switch which proves reliable in our experiments. They have long-term, 20 million click clicks.
The PixArt 3360 sensor is where MM520 gets really spicy. It may not be a class-leading sensor, but it is not too far away. It supports sensitivity up to 12,000 digits-per-inch (CPI) and can accurately track when it accelerates to 250 inches per second (IPS) or 50 times the gravity speed. This holds in our test combined with a vote rate up to 1,000Hz, offering leg-free 1: 1 input.
Overwatch and Rainbow Six Hijackers In our twitchy gameplay, we do not feel the slightest bit of split from MM520 to track our movements. If we miss a shot, even though the maximum CPI settings on our 1440P are not suitable for monitoring, but the MM520 is set between 2,000 to 3,000 CPUs, and despite the consistent tracking for a wide range of landscape movement and not noticeable pixel scoping, it is noticeable. That said, higher CPI settings have more to offer on higher resolution settings
Cooler Master’s Software (it was a bit of a search), offers fairly deep customization. In this control panel, we can change the lighting project, we can remap all keys, create different profiles and change four main CPI presets. Someone who wants this feature also has the option to turn on KNapping. Each button in the software can allocate functional functions you can toggle on and off.
All said the performance of the MM520 is fantastic and this offer a plethora of high points for this mouse, no excuse for poor gameplay.
Final verdict Cooler Master MasterMouse MM520 Gaming Mouse.
There is little ground for lodging any serious complaint against MasterMouse MM520 if it is not a perfect body, then a suitable killer sensor house. If a low cost, highly reliable gaming mouse is what you want, MM520 is task-up
MM520’s design reduces the likelihood of shoulder and hand feeling, but when you want to lift and restore the mouse, it gives enough friction for a brief gameplay moment. In addition to a little flake of some style likes and stains, our only real problem is coming to the rubber knob, which is not really noticed during the time of gaming.
Must be a good mouse for the price of MM520. However, against competition like Sensei 310, it fails to shine. His claw-grip design with rings and pinky fingers can offer a good catch for some, but adding minor problems, preventing it from being a top pickup.