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post #2081 of 3506
So I recorded my mouse movement in CS:GO using iographica and I have no idea if this is what it's meant to look like or not, but it's kinda neat.
The wavy lines are when I'm in the desktop. I'm not sure if the menu of the game is also wavy, but when I'm playing it results in circles.

m_rawinput "0"
RInput - Enabled.
Game Time - 9 min.
MarkC Mouse Fix - Enabled.
EPP - Off.





m_rawinput "0"
RInput - Disabled.
Game Time - 3 min.
MarkC Mouse Fix - Enabled.
EPP - Off.


Edited by Curleyyy - 11/6/15 at 5:35am
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Originally Posted by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 View Post

I think I found my problem - playing for 3 days than after I'm writing - looks solved and found 2 things in bios

I did OC before with XMP , manual and with AI Tweaker - never checked that setting before (marked in 2nd pic.)

My bios settings like this for now,







I'm using like this, didn't try XMP - I know my rams work at 2666Mhz. Anyway, when I changed BCLK FREQ. AUTO to 100:133 (2nd picture) problem disappeared. Never notice before, I think it always was AUTO. Also in bios, mouse works perfect. Didn't read something like this before or I didn't see. Bios shows my rams 2666Mhz - OS shows 2666Mhz; but if it is in auto mode, looks motherboard can'T understand real freq.

Also when I enable DMI (direct Media Interface) after 5-10 min game gets slow (like slow motion - BF4 Air Vehicles) I really don't know what for this DMI

For now game experience is really good.

What motherboard are you using?
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Do you think using a high windows sensitivity/acceleration makes it easier to notice these inconsistencies?

I know in ql there is this thing called the sens bug where your sens changes but everyone was divided about the issue because nobody could prove it. I was on the same boat and found it strange nobody could prove something as drastic as a sens change and i have been playing the game for like 5 years and never noticed a problem until one day i decided to use a very high sens/accel and noticed a huge change and fixed it by changing the usb port which is funny because one of the best pros in ql called rapha also uses a high sens/accel and fixes it this way.
post #2085 of 3506
Does enabling triple buffering in CCC add input lag in games?
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Does enabling triple buffering in CCC add input lag in games?

this option need for and when v sync enabled. v sync add horrible input lag. by default tripple buffering do not affect on mouse, i think
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Does Logitech software also incur these interpolations as mentioned in the OP?

I would be happy to uninstall it but sadly, I really like the bindings on my mouse
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Does Logitech software also incur these interpolations as mentioned in the OP?

I would be happy to uninstall it but sadly, I really like the bindings on my mouse

You may save your settings in mouse memory. I uninstall LGS after all calibrations
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if someone have P9X79

can you tell me if you can disable hpet usb3.0 and everything?
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I discovered something interesting the other day;

Switching my keyboard from ps/2 adapter to regular USB made my mouse feel miles better... Plus (obviously) reduced input lag on the keyboard which helps a lot for counterstrike. I told my friend that I was using my keyboard keyboard with a ps/2 adapter and he said that was stupid and convinced me to switch back...

Can anyone test this more accurately? I'm very happy I discovered that because something about the ps/2 was bogging down my mouse.
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