Cooler Master offers software for the MM710 under the name of MasterPlus. What we are showing may change along the way, as in the last week or so, we just got the software, and it has since been updated as well. Once installed and running, the first window you see is that for the buttons. In this menu, you can remap and customize functionality. Options are to disable, mouse, keyboard, Macro, Multimedia, Rapid-Fire, profile, DPI, and even sensor on and off. The DPI button is grayed out, and the left click is missing, and do not offer what the others do.
The performance tab covers a lot of things! The first bit we see are the seven levels of DPI, each customizable by clicking the box, and either grabbing the slider or direct entry of numbers into the X and Y axis boxes. Below the DPI section, we see things like the adjustable polling rate, the option of angle snapping, and optional high or low LOD. You can also tune the angles, adjust OS sensitivity, the double click speed, button respond time, and even tune the MM710 to your particular mouse pad.
The Macro menu is basic, but it can get the job done. You would first name a Macro on the left side, then press the record button for programming of it. You do have the option to enable time delays, and at the bottom, you can select how it is to be run when the Macro is enabled. However, we saw nowhere to edit a Macro, so it will need clearing and redone if it is wrong. However, we do like that we can import and export Macros, so existing ones can be carried over to the MM710, as long as you saved them before swapping the mice and deleting the old software.
The last of the options is to deal with the profiles. Select a profile first, then go and deal with the other tabs, but before that, you can name the profile, even importing and exporting them if you fill the onboard memory with them. Each of the five that are stored onboard the MM710 also can be opened with the launch of a program or game, making life easier on the user.
As a side note, the software will offer updates to both firmware and software when available. Since there is no place to look for such things, once MasterPlus is opened manually, it will search automatically, and when left running in the background, you will get a popup when new versions are released.
Last updated: Nov 15, 2019 at 01:16 pm CST