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post #2011 of 3506
Hi guys. I want to offer a small survey , write to the characteristics of your computer and briefly methods that helped reduce mouse movement lag for you . If not difficult , thanks

Simple as:

CPU: I7 4770k
MOBO: MSI z97 g43
GPU: MSI GTX 970

My method: It work nice by default
post #2012 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

Hi guys. I want to offer a small survey , write to the characteristics of your computer and briefly methods that helped reduce mouse movement lag for you . If not difficult , thanks

Simple as:

CPU: I7 4770k
MOBO: MSI z97 g43
GPU: MSI GTX 970

My method: It work nice by default

wow awesome method
post #2013 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

Hi guys. I want to offer a small survey , write to the characteristics of your computer and briefly methods that helped reduce mouse movement lag for you . If not difficult , thanks

Simple as:

CPU: I7 4770k
MOBO: MSI z97 g43
GPU: MSI GTX 970

My method: It work nice by default

Instructions unclear, computer is leaving me for a washing machine
post #2014 of 3506
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Instructions unclear, computer is leaving me for a washing machine

Take care about my socks
post #2015 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Gonzalez07 View Post

wow awesome method


In the next topic discussed same-sex relationship, you there
post #2016 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

Hi guys. I want to offer a small survey , write to the characteristics of your computer and briefly methods that helped reduce mouse movement lag for you . If not difficult , thanks

Simple as:

CPU: I7 4770k
MOBO: MSI z97 g43
GPU: MSI GTX 970

My method: It work nice by default

MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)

CPU:I7 4710HQ
Motherboard:HM87 Chipset UEFI
GPU: Intel Iris Pro+AMD Radeon M370X

Under OS X: install SmoothMouse and Logitech Gaming Software (don't game under OS X though)
Under Windows: works mostly by default: DPC latency is stable.(always runs using the AMD GPU)

I do have a desktop which had various Z97+Z87 motherboards but I got some weird input lag, even under Linux live CD's, Hackintosh, and of course Windows. Seemed like it wasn't a motherboard problem and the display doesn't have any input lag as a factor (said display works fine with said Macbook Pro)
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macbook pro 2015
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-4590 Gigabyte Z97X-UD5H ASUS R9 270X 8GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-1866 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
240GB Intel 530 SSD CM Hyper 212 Windows 7 Ultimate Seasonic M12II-620 
CaseMouse
Corsair 750D Logitech G400 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-4870HQ Intel HM87 AMD R9 M370X 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOSOSMonitor
512GB Apple/Samsung SSD Windows 10 Enterprise OS X 15 inch Retina display 
MonitorKeyboardPowerMouse
BenQ XL2720Z Das Keyboard (cherry mx blue) Magsafe 2 charger Mionix Naos 7000 
Mouse PadAudioAudioOther
SteelSeries QCK (standard size) Sennheiser HD 558 Fiio E10K Onkyo TX-8020 
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macbook pro 2015
(16 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-4590 Gigabyte Z97X-UD5H ASUS R9 270X 8GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-1866 
Hard DriveCoolingOSPower
240GB Intel 530 SSD CM Hyper 212 Windows 7 Ultimate Seasonic M12II-620 
CaseMouse
Corsair 750D Logitech G400 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-4870HQ Intel HM87 AMD R9 M370X 16GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOSOSMonitor
512GB Apple/Samsung SSD Windows 10 Enterprise OS X 15 inch Retina display 
MonitorKeyboardPowerMouse
BenQ XL2720Z Das Keyboard (cherry mx blue) Magsafe 2 charger Mionix Naos 7000 
Mouse PadAudioAudioOther
SteelSeries QCK (standard size) Sennheiser HD 558 Fiio E10K Onkyo TX-8020 
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post #2017 of 3506
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Originally Posted by jtl999 View Post

MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)

CPU:I7 4710HQ
Motherboard:HM87 Chipset UEFI
GPU: Intel Iris Pro+AMD Radeon M370X

Under OS X: install SmoothMouse and Logitech Gaming Software (don't game under OS X though)
Under Windows: works mostly by default: DPC latency is stable.(always runs using the AMD GPU)

I do have a desktop which had various Z97+Z87 motherboards but I got some weird input lag, even under Linux live CD's, Hackintosh, and of course Windows. Seemed like it wasn't a motherboard problem and the display doesn't have any input lag as a factor (said display works fine with said Macbook Pro)

Hello, I have Logitech mouse,but make all settings and save them in mouse memory,so - software is not needed. Its good factor to disable possible negative from LGS (but i dont have problems with, its just enable second mouse in Windows Device Manager). My DPC (with and without tweaks) stay at 30-100 in default. Nvidia set by default Scaling on Display (i try set it to No Scaling - Display, it bad a little bit).
Also help to set a standart color theme for win 7 ( win7 for mouse better,then win 8). Thank you
post #2018 of 3506
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Another thing, people in Guru3d said that Intel Technology Access has fixed their issue with stuttering, from what I noticed when you install Intel Technology Access it changes the Timer Resolution. Before I installed ITA my timer resolution was 15.625 , after I installed ITA it changed to 1.001

In Windows 8.1 for most machines I've tested, the OS launches with 15 timer resolution then changes to 1.0 and permanently stays there after the simple act of launching a multimedia video like an HTML 5 movie.
post #2019 of 3506
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

In Windows 8.1 for most machines I've tested, the OS launches with 15 timer resolution then changes to 1.0 and permanently stays there after the simple act of launching a multimedia video like an HTML 5 movie.

Perfomance test in Win7/Win 8.1 (winsat) add input lag or not? That test calibrate hardware and software parts of PC for harmony,as i know
post #2020 of 3506
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Perfomance test in Win7/Win 8.1 (winsat) add input lag or not? That test calibrate hardware and software parts of PC for harmony,as i know

Why should winsat introduce any input lag? It's only benchmarking the system, then creates a file to store the results. Further it may also make changes to the registry, such as disabling slow file caches if your write speed is good enough.
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