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So what are you supposed then, not have sound at all? xD

the DPC latency doesn't seem to increase significantly with onboard audio enabled at least on my motherboard.

Depends on who you ask.

Someone like r0ach or one of his purist cult members would say you should be playing with a Pentium 1 on a CRT with no sound, the lowest possible resolution, a ball mouse, and running windows 95. Preferably do it with no arms, in a swamp, with clown face paint.

Someone who isn't literally insane would probably say that having audio is more than worth a small (in most cases completely indistinguishable by human perception) increase in DPC latency, and that the numbers represented here are for purely academic and troubleshooting purposes.
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Yea there should be a way to objectively test and mesure cursor responsiveness.
Maybe with a high speed camera...
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mouse rate checker Isnt as good? and how is that? it shows hz... smh
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What setting can cause a USB keyboard to delete and write faster when you typing or deleting ? When I used the computer and didn't restart it, came open , wrote my password in the windows 10 lock screen the typing and delete was very fast compare to the normal. what could cause it ? I want it to be fast as it was, now it is very slow.

Because somehow after I didn't restart or I did restart and changed couple power management bios settings my keyboard delete slow.
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What setting can cause a USB keyboard to delete and write faster when you typing or deleting ? When I used the computer and didn't restart it, came open , wrote my password in the windows 10 lock screen the typing and delete was very fast compare to the normal. what could cause it ? I want it to be fast as it was, now it is very slow.

Because somehow after I didn't restart or I did restart and changed couple power management bios settings my keyboard delete slow.


Repeat delay in 'Keyboard' setting in Control Panel.
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Repeat delay in 'Keyboard' setting in Control Panel.

Yes , that setting always get taking care of . But does USB slot will effect it ? Will there be a different between some USB to other USB , because there is a bit.
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I prefer 347.09 Beta for slightly higher FPS, but 344.11 is good as well.

For Win 10 which nvidia drivers?
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For Win 10 which nvidia drivers?

Anything under 364 branch I'd wager.
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I prefer 347.09 Beta for slightly higher FPS, but 344.11 is good as well.

So 347.09 Beta for the most FPS possible in CS:GO? The new one's won't get you the most?
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It's my driver version of choice. You may want the newer drivers if you have newer hardware that needs it or want the NVIDIA settings for newer games.

For Windows 10, I have no idea guys. I have as much interest in switching to W10 as I do in leaving PC gaming to go back to console gaming.
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