Gamdias Demeter GMS5010 Gaming Mouse Review


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Gamdias Demeter Mouse Testing Results

Testing Methodology

The Gamdias Demeter was tested on USB 2.0 port for over 80+ hours. The programs and games I used for testing included, Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, Mass Effect 3, League of Legends, Elder Scrolls Online, Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, XCOM: Enemy Within, Infinite Crisis, Dues Ex: Human Revolution, Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag, and general Windows and browsing usage.

Test System

  • CPU: AMD Phenom II 555 BE unlocked to 4 core @ 3.4 Ghz
  • Motherboard: MSI 870-G45
  • System Memory: Crucial Ballistix 4GB @ 1600Mhz
  • GPU: Asus HD 4870
  • Audio: On-board
  • PSU: OCZ ModXstream  700W
  • Monitor: Hitachi CM800 21in. CRT monitor @ 1600×1200 resolution
  • Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate Edition 64 bit


I tested the Gamdias Demeter DPI and polling rates from 125hz to 1000hz. The Demeter performed to specifications. Using the mouse rate checker program, it was spot on for each and every poll rate. The DPI changes were noticeable by feel alone.

GAMDIAS-DEMETER-GMS5010-poll-rateDuring my testing with the Gamdias Demeter, I noticed how much more fluid the mouse moves when compared to my old wireless mouse. With the higher DPI settings I no longer had to drag and drop the mouse to move the mouse around the screen as efficiently. When I required a more precise touch, I could instantly lower the DPI to accomplish this task. I must say that this mouse feels comfortable even after hours of use during gaming or just general computer usage.

I have not found a particular use yet for the macro system or timers, but they do work well. I noticed a lack of keys to assign when using the macros or timers during testing. Once you assign a macro to a key, you can keep the default function or disable it. I found that during gaming the best key to use would be the middle mouse button or the left side key, since they generally do not have in-game functions. With some time and patience, I’m sure chaining macros through multiple profiles bound with hot keys can make up for the lack of keys to assign macro functions.

All-in-all, I have to say the Demeter has performed solidly without a single glitch or problem during my testing.


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