Corsair Ironclaw RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Software and Performance

CORSAIR iCUE software connects all your CORSAIR iCUE compatible products together in a single interface, giving you complete control over your entire setup. Synchronized lighting across all your iCUE compatible devices brings your system to life, while powerful macro control accelerates your game.

 

The IRONCLAW RGB gaming mouse is one of the many peripherals that takes advantage of powerful CORSAIR iCUE software. iCUE connects all your CORSAIR iCUE compatible products together in a single interface, giving you complete control over your entire setup. Synchronized lighting across all your iCUE compatible devices brings your system to life, while powerful macro control accelerates your game. Combined with dynamic fan control and precise system, temperature and voltage monitoring, iCUE offers intelligent control with unlimited possibilities.

 

iCUE Controls:

Lighting Control

  • Lighting and Brightness Control
  • System-wide Lighting Link
  • Dynamic In-game Lighting Effects
  • Downloadable Lighting Presets
  • Instant Lighting Color Control

Programmable Actions

  • Key and Button Remaps
  • Record Powerful Macros
  • Launch Applications with a keypress

 

We recommend that prior to your first use of CORSAIR iCUE software with IRONCLAW RGB, always ensure that the device is running the latest available firmware and software updates. iCUE will automatically detect if a firmware update is necessary and will update the device if you are connected to the internet. For the latest software, please visit https://www.corsair.com/us/en/downloads.

IRONCLAW RGB uses a custom next generation PMW3391 optical sensor, developed in conjunction with PixArt, that ensures incredibly high performance and accuracy. Its DPI can be precisely adjusted from 100 DPI up to a native 18,000 DPI, in 1 DPI steps. It delivers instantaneous response across the entire resolution range, enabling advanced tracking accuracy, consistent responsiveness at any speed, and high-speed motion detection. High sensitivity allows for small movements of the mouse to correspond to larger movements on screen (for speed), whereas a low sensitivity allows for larger movements (for pixel-perfect precision). The resolution can be adjusted on-the-fly between fiveDPI stages, which are preconfigured to 800, 1500, 3000, 6000 and 9000 DPI. These values can be fully customized via CORSAIR iCUE software.

IRONCLAW RGB’s optical sensor can track and report the position of the cursor at speeds of up to 400 inches per second, with a mouse acceleration of up to 50G. Many games and styles of play especially low-sensitivity gaming, such as sniping involve rapidly moving the mouse from one side of the mouse pad to the other. For these movements to be tracked accurately (and for your actions to be accurately reflected on-screen), the sensor must be able report data precisely at high speeds and the mouse must be able to handle rapid acceleration.

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