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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

okey so i changed my GPU to MSI-mode.
Overall performance is better,no huge fps drops at all and game stuttering is not often as it was,but my mouse sometimes was so fast and my aim is fcked.
Someone know,can MSI-mode causing mouse accelerating or something like this?

Anyone can expln me, what is MSI mode doing?! Its look like new placebo. And what u mean: sensivity become more faster or more smoothed/more lag? In 1st var. you have fast boost and you need lower sens. In 2 var. you add more latency/lag to cursor movements. Need expln more precisely your feelings!
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

Anyone can expln me, what is MSI mode doing?! Its look like new placebo. And what u mean: sensivity become more faster or more smoothed/more lag? In 1st var. you have fast boost and you need lower sens. In 2 var. you add more latency/lag to cursor movements. Need expln more precisely your feelings!

You're looking for an explanation in a thread where it's also been claimed that different boot modes affect mouse movement.
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Originally Posted by AndiWandi View Post

You're looking for an explanation in a thread where it's also been claimed that different boot modes affect mouse movement.

In that thread many variants of optimization, but 70% of them is useless. For the interest, i ask, what do MSI mode, which can be turn on regedit. I know PCI-e mode, PEG mode in BIOS, about MSI mode i do not hear)
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

I know PCI-e mode, PEG mode in BIOS
care to explain? biggrin.gif
post #2055 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Zerrius View Post

care to explain? biggrin.gif

No rolleyes.gif So, i try to add MSI mode via regedit by device id and no difference
Edited by Rty345 - 10/24/15 at 3:39am
post #2056 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

In that thread many variants of optimization, but 70% of them is useless. For the interest, i ask, what do MSI mode, which can be turn on regedit. I know PCI-e mode, PEG mode in BIOS, about MSI mode i do not hear)

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=378044
post #2057 of 3506
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=378044

So,for me, my gpu id will be that?

post #2058 of 3506
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Originally Posted by Rty345 View Post

So,for me, my gpu id will be that?


u have utility for switching things into MSI-mode in the end of post.
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Originally Posted by mrlimatic View Post

u have utility for switching things into MSI-mode in the end of post.

Yes, thanks, i see. I try
Edited by Rty345 - 10/24/15 at 9:25am
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Hello guys and sorry for my bad english.

Disabling HPET in both BIOS and Windows, gave me 4-5 frames per second loss.

For example, if I was able to run CS:GO to 200 FPS (stable), now is somehow capped to 195 FPS.

This also happens in other games i tried, like COD:BO2.

Is it a known issue?


Another question, for a Win7+GTX970 user, are better 344.11 or 344.16? cache shader ON or OFF?

Thanks!
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