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yep it IS running unstable. but thats no problem, me at least never had any problems connected to this.
if you want to be sure, you can also try an alternative to mouserate.exe .
its called dimr.exe, just google for it. you will see, there will be a strange "peak value" , too.
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Originally Posted by thorsteNN View Post

yep it IS running unstable. but thats no problem, me at least never had any problems connected to this.
if you want to be sure, you can also try an alternative to mouserate.exe .
its called dimr.exe, just google for it. you will see, there will be a strange "peak value" , too.

Gives me the same results as mouserate.exe (unfortunately), but thanks anyway.

Is there a rate value that I'd be better off with for now (even though they're both equally as random)? And do you recommend me to use hidusbf to fix it?
Edited by xtraL - 11/10/12 at 12:33pm
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Originally Posted by xtraL View Post

Gives me the same results as mouserate.exe (unfortunately), but thanks anyway.
Is there a rate value that I'd be better off with for now (even though they're both equally as random)? And do you recommend me to use hidusbf to fix it?

nope, thats all placebo thinking now.
if you have a acceptable computer, you can run 1000 hz without any problems and ofcourse 500 hz, too.
you won't feel a difference.
forcing it to a stable 500 hz via hidusbf is also placebo, because you don't notice any performance issues right now, so?
all in all its about your believing, if you feel better with 500 hz stable via hidusbf, go for it.
if you are fine without it, just leave it as it is.
all zowie mice have it, a lot of other brands, too. it doesnt seem to influence the performance, so don't care too much about it
or you will and up in a placebo circle ;D
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