Don't be cross with Corsair's new gaming mouse. It's extremely sensitive.
The M65 PRO RGB is the company's highest-ever dpi gaming mouse, packing a 12,000 dpi optical sensor, precision switches, weight tuning, and more. It's a riff on Corsair's previous M65 mouse, beefing up the original model considerably.
Aside from the 12,000 dpi optical sensor, the mouse chassis itself is aircraft-grade aluminum with its own dedicated sniper button as well as the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) that can be used to configure buttons further as well as macros. The mouse will also utilize Omron switches, rated for 20 million clicks.
You can pick up the mouse right now for an MSRP of $59.99 via Corsair's website, but right now you can only get it in black. The M65 PRO RGB White is going to be releasing next month, if that might end up matching your setup a little better. I'm interested in giving the mouse a try, but the Roccat mice I've been rocking have been exceedingly useful.