The Havoc is the second mouse from Cooler Master to feature the Avago 9800 sensor, allowing the DPI ceiling of 8200. While I’m still yet to find a reasonable use myself for anything about 3200, I’ve had several gamers (usually FPS) that swear by higher DPI. When you’re marketing a mouse for precision, it seems fit to provide the largest scale available.
The eight programmable buttons are backed by Japanese Omron switches guaranteeing up to 5 million clicks, according to Cooler Master, but the reason I bring it up is that the side buttons in particular do have a really nice accentuation.
The majority of the Havoc is coated with a rubber material to help with grip, and extra attention was paid to the thumb area with a ribbed design to allow breathing. The material does help with grip but is guilty of showing any sort of grime or grease.