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301.24 has higher input lag than 296.10

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I first noticed it when I tried the 300 series 680gtx launch driver, then the new 301.24 is the same, mouse is less responsive with the 300 series drivers than 296.10.

Posted on nvidia forum, a few other people noticed, a few mongoloids that use vsync and wireless mice say "no input lag here!":

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=226901
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Has there been any update on this issue? I'm hugely sensitive to mouse lag and sensitivity, so this is a big issue to me, especially if it persists in future drivers.

That said I'm currently on old 285.62 drivers, so I can't confirm if people are just making this up or not.
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Have you tried turning off the scaling? This reduced the input lag for me, but still isn't quite as good as the old NVIDIA drivers.
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Originally Posted by dmasteR View Post

Have you tried turning off the scaling? This reduced the input lag for me, but still isn't quite as good as the old NVIDIA drivers.

I'm the one that made the post about scaling on this forum o_O

http://www.overclock.net/t/1213201/mouse-input-lag-in-windows-7
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