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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by Skar View Post

Would you mind testing DPC? )http://www.thesycon.de/deu/latency_check.shtml)

Easily could be caused by a driver issue with Win 8.1.

Here's a result from latencymon. dpc latency checker doesn't work with windows 8 and above, it just sits at 1000.


Edited by Derp - 10/18/13 at 6:49am
post #12 of 19
I've seen this type of tracking issue before, but just once. This was the time when I put my DA BE at 1000hz polling rate, with Synapse installed (I hate it). And I even pushed it far far away, by holding the left mouse button in a really long time (about 1 minute I think). After that, it was not even hexagon shaped, it became a triangle shaped line. After that, I uninstalled Synapse, back to Legacy Driver, restart my PC and it has been perfect until now. Never seen it again. I suggest that u should want to try install the Steelseries Engine, then uninstall it.

Good luck, bro thumb.gif
post #13 of 19
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Has anyone seen something like this before? Have any idea what could be causing it?:



This happens when I move the mouse quickly, it forces these sharp angles.

Yeah, afaik reproducable with every mouse. When scaling the size in paint it is better visible:



The upper left drawing is a Taipan at high dpi testing, the lower (scaled to 50% size) is a wmo @ 1000hz. I thought this is normal. tongue.gif
post #14 of 19
What hardware/OS are you running? ^

Polling indeed an issue with consistent high updates/s. Not normal biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by TheSteel View Post

I've seen this type of tracking issue before, but just once. This was the time when I put my DA BE at 1000hz polling rate, with Synapse installed (I hate it). And I even pushed it far far away, by holding the left mouse button in a really long time (about 1 minute I think). After that, it was not even hexagon shaped, it became a triangle shaped line. After that, I uninstalled Synapse, back to Legacy Driver, restart my PC and it has been perfect until now. Never seen it again. I suggest that u should want to try install the Steelseries Engine, then uninstall it.

Good luck, bro thumb.gif

Xai isn't SS engine enabled afaik or remember.
Edited by Skylit - 10/18/13 at 12:20pm
post #15 of 19
If you're on 8.1 it is a polling rate issue. If you're not then I don't know.
post #16 of 19
Just a idea but its not the surface your using is it or the USB port/ interrupt request being shared?
post #17 of 19
Win7 64bit. MB: GA P67A D3 B3. Intel 2500k. 4 GB. HD5850. Got the same with my old sys (GA 96P DQ6 - intel c2d e6300 - NV 9600GT). Something else:
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50% size (constant slow speed)

Must be MS (paint). rolleyes.gifredface.gif

Can anyone confirm this?
post #18 of 19
Not on my MS paint, win7 x64
post #19 of 19
It's Paint. In general you should always try to work at 1:1 in graphics apps. Working at higher than 1:1 zoom is the opposite, it creates artificial smoothing and can make your jitter tests look better.



And as a bonus, here's one in GIMP.

Created with GIMP
Edited by Imprecision - 10/19/13 at 10:12am
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