The drivers for the Savu are very typical Roccat. The interface is very clear and easy to navigate, with the usual options made available. DPI for this mouse is split into four switchable modes. While you can’t change the actual DPI of each one, you can turn them on and off, so if you prefer only three, two or even one settings, you can do so.
The button remapping, with standard and easy shift options is on the second panel. Interestingly there’s no standard setup for DPI switching however, so if you plan to do that on the fly, make sure you add that option.
Colour, sound and polling options are on the Advanced Control section. While it might get annoying after a while, have a play with the sound feedback, its great.
Roccat R.A.D achievements are on the last panel you’ll actually make use of. This tracks clicks, movement distance and more.
The final tab gives you online support and driver download buttons but that’s it.