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Nice. Maybe it does I know quite a few people who play games and have aero disabled while playing. You can do that by right clicking the exe and going to properties > compatibility and click selecting desktop composition, this sets it so when you run the exe it disables aero and returns it back after your done. All in all I feel my mouse is a bit more responsive in game with visual themes turned off.


This. The reaction times will get better as you practice. :)

 

There might or might not be a difference, I disabled all of my fancy desktop things, and it looks like win98 now

 

 humanbenchmark.jpg

 

 

but I tested around the same within margin for error. This is a difficult one too. When I concentrated I was hitting 200, on both xp and w7 w/no aero...

 

but

wired vs wireless mouse

1st gen i5 vs sig

 

and my sig system is acting up too.

 

*shrug*

 

it's might be a placebo. We need a trained professional to use as a control for this experiment. Who's a master clicker who's consistently twitchy?

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post #12 of 13
I'm way slow, avg 260ms. No wonder I was never any good at fighting games or anything that requires reaction time. My monitor only has 3ms delay, so I got no excuses over than being slow, lol.
Edited by chaosblade02 - 12/15/11 at 6:59pm
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That is, I think, the fastest time (but pure luck I get)....

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