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post #11 of 38
EPP is actually extremely consistent on windows 7, the problem is the strength of it.
post #12 of 38
Also the windows accel scheme is based on a series of thresholds/breakpoints that increase cursor speed, rather than a function that has a fixed relative speed increase for all deltas
post #13 of 38
Turn off enhance pointer precision and stick the speed slighter right in the middle, that'll turn off acceleration completely. You definitely do not want software acceleration. Some people like hardware acceleration, but when it's implemented on purpose it's usually very consistent unlike software acceleration.
post #14 of 38
I have been playing for 4 years without EPP on. And the speed slider has always been in the middle for me. Just seems that I can do so much better with EPP on. Although...shouldn't raw input ignore even EPP? I just see that I can make much more precise movements with EPP on. So far haven't really noticed anything bad about it.

What do you mean by "the strength of it" ?
post #15 of 38
Yes, raw input should ignore anything related to windows cursor ballistics. Are you noticing a difference with rawinput enabled?
post #16 of 38
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Originally Posted by povohat View Post

Yes, raw input should ignore anything related to windows cursor ballistics. Are you noticing a difference with rawinput enabled?

I have always used raw input. However when I turn off EPP or turn it on.. there is a difference. I wonder if rawinput is somehow faulty? as in if you have EPP OFF you actually have acceleration.
post #17 of 38
Placebo.
post #18 of 38
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Originally Posted by Twiffle View Post

I have always used raw input. However when I turn off EPP or turn it on.. there is a difference. I wonder if rawinput is somehow faulty? as in if you have EPP OFF you actually have acceleration.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1545382/csgo-m-rawinput-0-drops-samples
enough for me to recommend raw input 1 in CSGO..

has there even been posted some proof/tests that show or indicate that raw input 1 is, in fact, bugged in CSGO?
plenty of people still swear by it, but all they say is "it feels off".
post #19 of 38
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1545382/csgo-m-rawinput-0-drops-samples
enough for me to recommend raw input 1 in CSGO..

has there even been posted some proof/tests that show or indicate that raw input 1 is, in fact, bugged in CSGO?
plenty of people still swear by it, but all they say is "it feels off".
That's not what I meant. The guy from mouse-sensitivity.com also proved that Rawinput in csgo works as intended. I just find it weird that there's a difference between EPP ON and OFF with rawinput. How should I explain this... basically with EPP turned off, in CS:GO it feels like my mouse sort of slides further? and when I turn EPP ON it's consistent and not sliding at all giving me better precision/accuracy. I don't know if this is a placebo , but for me they just feel different.
post #20 of 38
>has there even been posted some proof/tests that show or indicate that raw input 1 is, in fact, bugged in CSGO?

I had it smooth out like 1/5th of a frame for me at 4FPS (sic) but I couldn't reproduce it on other machines nor after rebooting a week later.
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