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You must assign the side buttons in iCUE for them to function. The following options may be able to resolve your responsiveness issues if you have configured your mouse and are still experiencing problems. The chances of mechanical failure with our mice are extremely rare, so please try these steps.

Step 1: Reset your mouse softly

Step 2: Reinstall the Corsair Utility Engine cleanly. When iCUE stops working immediately after installing or updating, this solution often works.

Step 3: Create a support ticket through our Customer Support Portal so we can perform a firmware reset or replace your device if needed.

 

You can change the mouse settings on your computer by following these steps

The mouse settings on your PC can be changed. In Windows, you can manipulate, control, and tease the mouse with the Mouse Properties dialog box. To open it, follow these steps:

 

  1. Access the Control Panel.
  2. To access the super-secret Control Panel in Windows 10, press Win+X. If you're using Windows 7, choose Control Panel from the Start menu.
  3. Select Hardware and Sound.
  4. Click the Mouse link under Devices and Printers.
  5. A dialog box will appear showing Mouse properties.

 

Mouse properties determine how a mouse looks and behaves. There may also be custom tabs that feature features unique to your mouse.

 

In the following information, we assume that the Mouse Properties dialog box is open on the screen.

 

 

Make it easier to find the pointer

 

Use the Pointer Options tab in the Mouse Properties dialog box to locate a wayward mouse pointer. There can be value in using the visibility options in the dialog box, especially on larger displays or when the display is busy. Other items worthy of note include:

  • Snap To: With this option, the mouse pointer will jump to the main button of the dialog box.
  • Display Pointer Trails: When you move the mouse, a trail of mouse pointers appears. It is easier to find the mouse pointer if you jiggle or circle the mouse.
  • Show Location/Ctrl Key: If you tap the Ctrl key on your keyboard you will find the mouse pointer. Focusing on the cursor's location will reveal a radar-like circle.

 

Fix double-clicking

When you can't double-click, you're either moving the mouse pointer a little between clicks or the double-click rate is set too fast.

 

The Double-click rate is set in the Double-Click Speed area of the Mouse Properties dialog box, in the Buttons tab. Make sure you can double-click the tiny folder icon to the right. You can adjust the double-click speed by using the Slow-Fast slider.

The mouse should be used left-handed

The Buttons tab of Windows lets you adjust the mouse for southpaw use. Select the checkbox labeled Switch Primary and Secondary Buttons. In this way, the main mouse button will be under your left index finger.

 

 

Tips for Clicking Faster While Playing Games

Steps  

1. Practice clicking techniques. Practicing clicking techniques such as Jitter tapping and Butterfly clicking will aid in improving performance. These techniques use rapid finger muscle contractions, resulting in faster clicking. There are several videos available online to learn more.

2. Use a mouse instead of a laptop trackpad. Clicking with a mouse can help you click faster than clicking with the laptop cursor. The hand position and the science involved in clicking make this possible.

3. Use the keys well. Remember them and press them when they are needed. You can adjust the sensitivity on some computers so that you can click faster, for example, if you press the left mouse button when you were pressing the right mouse button.

4. Position your hand properly. Click the left (or right) mouse button with your pointer finger while your mouse is ready. You should either slant it or keep it straight up and down.

  • Try to keep your finger near the mouse while clicking, and don't let your finger stray too far from the mouse between clicks, or keep it on the mouse while clicking.
  • You should click lightly. Don't put too much pressure on the mouse, or it will slide out of place. This will also slow down your clicks.
  • If you do not have a good grip, the mouse will slide out of your hand.
  • Be sure you are not scrolling with your other hand.
  • If you have a free hand and are not doing anything else, you can use both hands. Alternate clicking your fingers on your mouse. Make it a rhythm in your head and it will come through to your fingers.
  • Try using an auto-clicker if it's permitted in what you're doing if you still can't click fast enough. Some gaming servers do not permit auto-clickers. You can download one and follow the instructions on how to use it if it is allowed.

5. Choose the right mouse, such as a gaming mouse. A Razer mouse is a good option. The best gaming mice companies include Logitech, Cyborg, Mad Catz, Steel Series, etc.

  • Play games, practice and check your clicks per minute online.

6. Play games to practice clicking.

  • Play Osu on your PC. In this game, you train your reaction time so you can see something at a faster pace than normal, and this is usually for gamers.
  • Try playing FPS games. Most of the games require fast reaction times, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive can enhance your reaction times.
  • Play with other games; search for reaction time games and try them out! There is an online copter game you can play.

7. You should practice clicking. Download a clicking program. Many free and paid software programs can click the mouse, such as GS auto-clicker. In case you own a Razer mouse, you can download Razer Synapse and create your auto-clicking program bound to an extra button.

 

  • A macro can be set up to click automatically. Some mice lack macro support, but many gaming mice do.
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