How do I update my Razer Naga mouse?
How to download or update Razer Naga drivers
- Go to Razer Support center.
- Search for your Razer Naga device, or you can navigate to the product list to find your device.
- On the product page, click Software & Drivers on the left.
- Download the software or the driver that is compatible with your operating system.
How old is the Razer Naga?
The first Razer Naga was announced at Gamescom 2009 and released in August 2009. The first version of the Naga had a total of seventeen buttons, with twelve being on the left side of the mouse, and a switch on the underside of the mouse that maps them to the keyboard’s top number buttons or its numeric keypad.
How do I change the DPI on my Razer Naga 2014?
- Open Razer Synapse and click on your mouse.
- Go to “PERFORMANCE” tab.
- Click and drag the sensitivity slider up to youu preferred DPI level.
- Click “Enable X-Y” to enables X and Y sliders.
- Move each slider to reach your preferred DPI levels.
How do I find my Razer mouse firmware?
Open and log into the Razer Sila app. Select the “Razer Sila” icon on the home screen. Select “Firmware Version” under “Advanced Device Settings”. Tap “CHECK FOR UPDATE” to see if there are any new firmware available.
How do I configure my Razer mouse?
Step 1: Make sure your Razer device is connected to the USB port of your computer. Step 2: Install Razer Synapse 3 when prompted* or download the installer from razer.com/synapse. Step 3: Create your Razer ID or log into Razer Synapse 3 with an existing account. *Applicable for Windows 8 or higher.
Can you customize your Razer mouse?
Use Razer Synapse 3 to program your Razer mouse buttons to switch profiles. Create mouse profiles. See How to create mouse profiles in Razer Synapse 3 for more details. Click “CUSTOMIZE” in Synapse 3.
How do I change the color of my Razer mouse?
- Open Razer Synapse 2.0.
- Click on your mouse mat.
- Click the EFFECT drop-down list.
- Select your desired effect.
- Select the colors you want to apply.
Is Razer Naga pro good for FPS?
The Razer Naga Pro is great for FPS gaming. It has incredibly low click latency, a wide CPI range, and you can adjust the sensitivity in small steps. It feels well-made, and the feet help the mouse glide smoothly. Unfortunately, it’s on the heavy side, and there’s no weight optimization.