The Razer Naga Trinity

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Deleted member 368765, Nov 3, 2017.

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  1. SeaBluefronthome470

    SeaBluefronthome470 New Member

    this thing is amazing, most likely gonna switch my normal naga chroma for this one.
     
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  2. bestSpaceCadet295

    bestSpaceCadet295 New Member

    So before i spend more money on razer naga's, does this mouse still have the same issue as the 2014 where the side keys stop working 3months in because you play too much WoW
     
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  3. chillpill13

    chillpill13 New Member

    I'm sure others have had luck with this mouse, but for me it's been nothing but trouble. I am currently seeking a refund from Razer (through customer support, not here on the forums). I just want to let it be known that this mouse ONLY works with Synapse 3.0 BETA, which on my PC with Windows 7 64-bit, an i7-5960X, 128 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM, and a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti; is an unstable cruddy piece of software that crashes, freezes, etc constantly with none of Razer supports suggestions even remotely addressing the issue of this software. They've basically been totally useless in helping attempting to fix Synapse 3, it seems that it's in Beta for a good reason - it doesn't work - at least not for everyone.

    Why Razer, a company I once respected a LOT more..., decided to release a super-high-end and amazing mouse, then make it only work with seemingly unstable Beta Drivers is beyond me. The mouse is unusable - even worse is that Synapse 3 takes over my KB and Mouse Pad (my Razer BlackWidow Chroma v2 [w/ Yellow Switches] and my Razer Firefly Cloth Edition) and screws them up too somewhat - it reverts to spectrum cycling lighting sometimes randomly or just has the lights turn off (sometimes on the mouse pad, other times on the KB, even just a few keys on the KB occasionally). Anytime my PC's screen goes into power saving mode or is in on the login menu the lighting resets to Spectrum Cycling until I login again (I find it slightly annoying as my desk has flashing lights on it basically...) Synapse 2 doesn't do this.

    Now I need to add that hardware-wise the mouse seems perfectly fine, I can adjust the DPI, the changeable buttons and lights work, etc. However it seems Razer has dropped the ball with this one as far as making it only work with; at least on my Windows 7 PC, super unstable Beta drivers that don't work and haven't worked since I first tried Synapse 3.0 a year ago (way before this mouse was out). All of the problems I had then I'm having now... And this has occurred on both my desktop and laptop - the unstable nature of Synapse 3.0 and how it always freezes and crashes isn't anything new for me. My laptop also used Windows 7 64-bit, an Intel 4940MX CPU, and SLI'd Nvidia GeForce GTX 880M's. So maybe Nvidia/Intel setup with Win7 64-bit doesn't work with this? My desktop doesn't use SLI like my laptop did, just to clarify. Either way it doesn't work very well now and it didn't on my laptop either (about 12-14 months ago).

    Sorry for long comment/complaint, but this is regarding the Naga Trinity and I want to potentially warn anyone who's thinking about buying it that they may be in for a big surprise if they buy one... I'm sure for others Synapse 3 works fine and this mouse is just amazing... I don't get why it decided not to work for me... so I'm back to using my Naga Chroma with Synapse 2.0 again until it dies - then I'm off to using a different companies peripherals again probably.
     
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2017
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  4. Zetta269

    Zetta269 New Member

    If only Razer Synapse 3 would open. Just got my mouse today and can't get Synapse 3 to work at all. Refusing to install Synapse 2 as it's given me Blue Screen before and I had to reinstall Windows 10.
     
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  5. DrToombz

    DrToombz New Member

    Wow..... Amazing tech
     
  6. Atmo28

    Atmo28 New Member

    beautiful :heart:
     
  7. chillpill13

    chillpill13 New Member

    I just replaced all of my Razer hardware with Corsair stuff, keyboard, mouse, mousepad, and headset as Razer's Live Chat customer support basically blamed me for the mouse not working, like really? Blame the customer? Well that's the final straw, see ya later Razer Inc. you're off my list of potential companies to purchase products from. I won't be recommending your company to any friends or people who ask about you guys either. Sad your customer support is crap.
     
  8. vbenkovskyy

    vbenkovskyy New Member

    I've used Naga Chroma before...
    Auto switch profiles doesn't work on Synapse 3, so I can't use Trinity rapidly in many programs it's very uncomfortable :slightly_sad:
     
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  9. RitzyBusiness

    RitzyBusiness New Member

    I made a post here and on Reddit about an issue I had with my Trinity, unfortunately I forgot about my posting here about it. Anyway its a solid mouse, feels nice in the hand in terms of build quality.

    I ended up RMA'ing it over a strange issue of the L/R MMB clicks shooting like 50 clicks every time I hit it. I could also hold it down and it would literally send more clicks then the human eye could couch. This only happened when the sensor was against a surface. Stop gap method pre-RMA was to just set a turbo to 1 click/second which was a bandaid on the problem.

    As such seems to have some potential firmware issues~ its not a perfect release. But its a very solid, and enjoyable mouse otherwise for me. I didn't have any real issue with Synapse 3 beta, it was fast enough. The lighting software could be more user friendly though. Since I don't really care about lighting, I also don't really care if the software is annoying to use for it.

    If I could give them any words of improvement would be to make stiffer buttons. The placement I feel is better then the corsair I had (sucker broke in 5 months) but they are super sensitive which makes it hard for 3 top finger grippers to use since you put more weight on your thumb. Although ergonomics's already makes it a bit less comfortable in that scenario.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2018
  10. chickdan

    chickdan Active Member

    How am I just now seeing this!? This is awesome! Hopefully it will be a bit smaller than the Naga Hex V2? The thing is massive compared to V1 lol.
     
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  11. WHENS the wireless version coming i have the 12 but one and the side buttons design sucks should have kept the old design this as a wireless would be a dream
     
  12. ShiftyGinger

    ShiftyGinger New Member

    Oh my lord. Just when I thought the Naga couldn't get any better you guys come in and are like "hold my beer". Shuddup and take my money!!
     
  13. Atyauristen

    Atyauristen New Member

    Naga Trinity is so good, but I really miss the support of Synapse 2. My razer devices work flawless with it, but after synapse 3 install... half of my devices use the synapse 2, and the other half use the synapse 3... and it's make a lot of problem:
    - no chroma sync between all device
    - need to use 2 app to manage devices
    - no Fn+1-9 keyboard layout switch in v3
    - no stats & heatmap support in v3
    - Synapse2 use less than 90mb ram, v3 use 450mb etc...etc...

    I'm very dissapointed because of this. And I had to put the mouse back on the shelf, until these compatibility problems disappeared. :frown_:
     
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  14. FelbornHanzo

    FelbornHanzo New Member

    I got mine a few days ago, was happy with it, but just now after I woke up the computer from hibernation mode, the Chroma effect is missing, and none of the selecable buttons work.:/

    Mouse, left and right buttong, scroll works, but no light and no side buttons
     
  15. Cyber_The_Wagon

    Cyber_The_Wagon New Member

    Wow, looks epic : D
     
  16. RaaiinDrop

    RaaiinDrop New Member

    Does this one have to option to be wireless like the naga epic chroma???
     
  17. Maxxgold

    Maxxgold New Member

    Are macros saved to on-board memory: Razer Trinity?

    I'm just trying to find out if I can set my macros up using Synapse 3, and then have them saved to the mouse, so I can take the mouse with me and use the macros without having synapse 3 setup.

    I can't seem to find this information anywhere, if anyone could help me out I would appreciate it.
     
  18. anadonnis

    anadonnis New Member

    I like this mouse and the thinking behind the swappable button configs. It's downright genius. The problem is not the hardware; It's been rock solid. The problem is Razer selling this with what they are calling beta drivers. It isn't beta if you're marketing the device as new and selling it at full retail price. I didn't sign up to test PoS drivers that I am being FORCED to use. My keyboard on my Razer blade goes crazy sometimes and I need to restart the whole thing. Combined with the problems I am having with the Tartarus V2 that I was dumb enough to buy at the same time (175.00), I have a bunch of Razer junk sitting on my desk. I haven't been this let down with a company in a long time.
     
  19. kagliett

    kagliett New Member

    Yay! Loved my old Naga mouse but I wore it out. Not liking my new mouse because it is just too big for my hand. Am really glad to see this little Naga beauty!
     
  20. Exploding_Acorn

    Exploding_Acorn New Member

    Went from panicking that I couldn't find the left handed 2014 Naga anymore to now slightly hopeful that at some point this'll come out in either an ambidextrous form or left handed form. Either way I'm hoping my mouse holds on until then if it should happen.
     
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