OCZ Technology Unveils the Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse

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OCZ Technology Unveils the Ultra-Comfortable and Customizable Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse OC3D Official Press Release logo
 
OCZ Technology Group (LSE: OCZ), a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra high performance and high reliability memory and components, today unveiled the latest addition to its peripherals with the Dominatrix, a top-of-the-line laser mouse for PC gamers. The OCZ Dominatrix mouse is built with the hardcore player in mind with a solid design, maximum functionality, and programmable customization unique to each user. The Dominatrix offers a competitive edge with quality ergonomics and advanced features to excel even when immersed in the most challenging gaming environments.

“We continue to rapidly diversify our product range at OCZ in order to offer an end-to-end line of high performance gaming solutions to our customers,” said Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management. “The new Dominatrix mouse is no exception, offering world-class performance and specifications guaranteed to provide the discerning gamer and enthusiast with an unparalleled tactile control experience.”

Gaming in extremely large resolutions and fast paced battles requires a specialized mouse that is built for comfort and speed, and Dominatrix users can fine-tune the weight and balance of their mouse up to 40 grams for ultimate control. With multiple dpi settings of 2000/1600/800/400, independently adjust both “X & Y” axes for a combined maximum of 3200 dpi for lightning fast responsiveness and fluid gameplay. High speed USB 2.0 delivers a poll rate up to 500Hz and bi-directional connection for breakneck acceleration and control in any first-person shooter.
 
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21-08-2008, 03:40:27

k4p84
hey mate,

Give the guys at Aqua PC a ring / mail. Tell them what you would like to cool and they'll guide you through.

ED

21-08-2008, 09:25:44

MakubeX
If you can't afford a Thermochill or rads of similar price then my recommendation goes to the Swiftech MCR-320.

21-08-2008, 09:42:22

Marcus
The R120-T is a better rad, its not far off being double the thickness of the RS360. :)

23-08-2008, 18:31:31

GavX
yeah it seems like a great price WCUK have got going, so it is a double pass rad? I think it is, so I would go for that, migh even got myself one for my Antec 900, though where it will go...

21-09-2008, 02:56:09

Bruce Banner
Between those the black ice and the thermochill perform the same.
Get whichever is cheapest

21-09-2008, 13:33:01

D-Cyph3r
R120-T is a blinding rad, I had a 3.8Ghz E6600 and 8800GTS 512MB in the same loop on one and temps were excellent. Considering the price it's an absolute steal.

29-09-2008, 09:45:45

SwaleSmith
Will soon be trying out a TFC Xchanger will let you know.

08-10-2008, 04:08:10

Bubba
From what the speccs say.. I'ld go with the 2x120 instead of that 1x360. Not only because it's easier to place, but also because it seems to be able to bleed of more heat from the 120-D....

-Bubba

08-10-2008, 04:38:18

SwaleSmith
LOL go with the R360 these rads aren't all that bad at all, don't go with the 12's have first hand expereince witht the 360 and there alright, stick with 360 and keep it neat

08-10-2008, 04:39:35

SwaleSmith
p.s what are you cooling with it???
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