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post #21 of 27
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Oh meant, did you disable your pagefile.

Some programs need the pagefile (even if you have enough ram) and can cause latency delays in certain programs.

Depends if your page faults are hard or soft (which Windows doesn't tell you) so its more testing by elimination.

Sorry, wish I could be more helpful but keep us informed.

According to Latencymon i'm having hard page faults; when i run a game and Latencymon at the same time it tells me my system can't handle live audio / video without issues. I get hard page faults when just closing and opening programs normally (Windows Recorder also shows acceleration while doing this, i'm assuming due to USBPORT interupts).

rsdLLL64.sys and USBPORTS.sys seem to be hit the hardest with high DPC / ISR. Need someone who can interpret Latencymon results better than i can.

Update: i tested RAM in different DIMM slots, ran Memtest86 for 3 passes each stick...long story short my RAM is fine.
post #22 of 27
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Update: Still can't figure this out; I ran DPC xperf trace routes and came up empty.

Does anyone know how to manually reassign IRQ's in Windows? I see one of my USB Controller's is sharing an IRQ with 4 other devices and while i read that it usually doesn't cause issues with modern motherboards, i would like to be able to have all USB Controllers on their own channel to see if it has any effect. Other than that my only option at this point is to RMA my motherboard.
post #23 of 27
Found this while googling.

http://windows7themes.net/how-to-change-irq-in-windows-7.html

Should be able to do the same with your USB.

I doubt its an IRQ issue, haven't seen one of those in years.

You could try disabling the USB in bios and see if that helps (instead of messing around with the IRQ, if disabling helps than move on to checking the IRQ).

Disable USB3 and test USB2 and vice versa.

If nothing else works, RMA the botherboard (the quicker the better) and see if that helps.

Would offer to meet you at a shop in the city to take a look at the system but sounds like you've done more than I would have.

Good luck and would love to hear followups!
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post #24 of 27
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Found this while googling.

http://windows7themes.net/how-to-change-irq-in-windows-7.html

Should be able to do the same with your USB.

I doubt its an IRQ issue, haven't seen one of those in years.

You could try disabling the USB in bios and see if that helps (instead of messing around with the IRQ, if disabling helps than move on to checking the IRQ).

Disable USB3 and test USB2 and vice versa.

If nothing else works, RMA the botherboard (the quicker the better) and see if that helps.

Would offer to meet you at a shop in the city to take a look at the system but sounds like you've done more than I would have.

Good luck and would love to hear followups!

Yeah, i doubt it's an IRQ related issue as well. I have already disabled the USB 3 and Legacy to see if the issue would go away, but no dice.
Appreciate the offer btw; think my only option is to RMA the board at this point, tried everything.
Plus Rep for taking time out to help / bump my thread so often, thanks.

Thanks to everyone who tried to help me out as well, it's appreciated.
post #25 of 27
Good luck and hope everything works after the RMA!
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post #26 of 27
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Bumping due to issue not being resolved.

Purchased 2 new mice in the last 5 months and both are starting to show sensor degradation as well: low malfunction speed, neg / pos accel, looking towards the floor when swiping etc. (Zowie FK / G400s)

Only explanation i can come up with is dirty power from either my PSU or from my surge protector / outlet.
Has anyone ever encountered this issue, or know of anyone who has had dirty power / bad line slowly damage peripherals??
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