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I'm experiencing somewhat random acceleration in every game with every mouse i own, and can't figure out how to resolve this issue for the life of me.
I say "somewhat random" because even though the majority of movement in game will result in negative acceleration, every once in a while a fast swipe will give me slightly positive acceleration.
The issue will occur even with extremely slow swipes, so i doubt it's that i'm hitting max tracking on my mice.
Moving my mice in a straight line across my pad will make my character in game look slightly to the ground as he pans to the side.
MarkC Movement Recorder tells me the fix is working as intended in Windows.

Mice: Deathadder, Zowie AM, CM Spawn, G400
Pads: QCK Heavy, Artisan Hein, Desk itself (Both pads are pretty worn out fyi)
Games: BF3, CSGO, LFD2

What I've tried so far:
1. Deleting / re-installing mouse drivers
2. Re-installing the MarkC Fix
3. Closing all background programs while i game
4. Different video drivers
5. Making sure EPP is off and Windows is at 6/11 with 100% scaling
6. Re-installing my games
7. Unplugging any other device aside from my mouse while testing in game
8. And lastly re-formatting to a completely fresh install

My last thought was that it was the mouse pads themselves, but the issue is identical on both pads as well as when i tested on my wood desk. To be sure i just ordered a Goliathus Speed which should get here in a couple days.
I've exhausted all ideas and need some outside help!
Any assistance at all would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
Edited by TriviumKM - 5/11/13 at 5:28pm
post #2 of 27
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Quick update / bump.

I ran stress tests on my hardware while keeping an eye on the Mouse Recorder; seems whenever i stress my CPU even slightly (same level as when gaming), the Mouse Recorder shows negative and positive acceleration in small spurts every so often while moving the mouse around.
So i think the issue is tied to either a BIOS setting for my CPU (Power Saving etc.), or faulty hardware (CPU, MOBO, Memory).
Need someone more experienced to chime in as i'm still fairly new to this.

Additional Notes:
CPU is stock, haven't overclocked yet, everything on Auto (first build, have never OC before)
PC was built in January
Temp while running Prime95 never exceeded 38C
Edited by TriviumKM - 5/11/13 at 8:35pm
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Is your mouse free from other cables and cords? It might be getting constricted from those other cords and when you move your mouse in a different direction, you are getting a sense of acceleration. I've had cord issues myself with my mouse and It gets to the point where the constriction will make the mouse cursor move down the screen on its own without me moving it.
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post #4 of 27
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Originally Posted by Saq View Post

Is your mouse free from other cables and cords? It might be getting constricted from those other cords and when you move your mouse in a different direction, you are getting a sense of acceleration. I've had cord issues myself with my mouse and It gets to the point where the constriction will make the mouse cursor move down the screen on its own without me moving it.

Cords aren't getting caught on anything, no tangle at all. The issue happens with every mouse i have.
I'm leaning toward the issue being a BIOS setting or hardware, my old pre built PC didn't have this issue at all.
Thanks for the help though.

Edit: My BIOS version is 2.40, about 6 months old. If it is a BIOS setting / MOBO problem, would flashing to the latest BIOS fix this weird issue? or are there other troubleshooting steps i'm overlooking first?
Edited by TriviumKM - 5/11/13 at 10:46pm
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BUMP
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Wish I could help but never ran into something like your issue.

Is your FPS consistent during the mouse issues?

Good luck and free bump for more views.
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i think i might run into the same issue.
My mouse movement has feeling wierd movement when i rebuilded my new pc until now its the same.. and actually never the same again like before.. might be some issue with usb or bios settings..
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Get Steelseries Sensei and you can forget about mouse driver completely.
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The processor in SteelSeries Sensei is a 32 bit ARM processor and it is as fast as the original Pentium 75 MHz processor released by Intel in 1994. That is fast, incredibly fast. This reference may sound like overkill, but it’s this type of power that allows us to do sophisticated calculations directly on the mouse – without the need for software drivers and without having to rely on the user’s computer.
 
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post #9 of 27
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I've looked into the sensei, like the shape, but my issue isn't mouse related as it occurs with all my mice in all games.
There's just acceleration regardless of what i do, my old Gateway PC didn't have this issue, only this one.
I read a thread on tomshardware where someone with the same issue posted:

"Nevermind , i managed to solve this problem .
if anybody is interested to know how , i just disabled every single option that contribute to POWER CONSUMPTION on the BIOS + turned off the HPET ."

Only options i could think of disabling (again, still new to PC's) were c3 and c6 for my CPU. I also tried disabling HPET, issue's still there though it did take a tad longer to kick in this time.
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Originally Posted by evilferret View Post

Wish I could help but never ran into something like your issue.

Is your FPS consistent during the mouse issues?

Good luck and free bump for more views.

Thanks for the bump, appreciate it.
Frames are steady, no issue with consistency there.
Edited by TriviumKM - 5/12/13 at 12:23pm
post #10 of 27
Have you tried just using another USB port?

I know it sounds silly but didn't see it listed on things you did.

I usually avoid updating BIOS unless I have to or I have an issue. Was your mouse ever working properly on the current BIOS?

Another silly thing, computer completely stress tested?

Wish I could help, sounds like an interesting issue.
Edited by evilferret - 5/12/13 at 12:30pm
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