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500hz on USB Port, Possible to go back?

post #1 of 7
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Hello, look at this guide to overclock a 1.1a http://www.ngohq.com/news/15043-how-to-increase-usb-sample-rate-in-windows-vista-7-a.html
and I wonder if I use a gaming mouse with drivers and preset HZ it will work as it should?? despite the fact I 'overclocked'
and I wonder if it is possible to back to defaults

Thanks
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If you got WMO/1.1/3.0 you should absolutely use 500Hz to increase tracking speed and it get much smoother as well. Yes you can go back to 125Hz later if you want to.
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

If you got WMO/1.1/3.0 you should absolutely use 500Hz to increase tracking speed and it get much smoother as well. Yes you can go back to 125Hz later if you want to.

Thank you for your reply, but I also wonder if I put a SteelSeries Mice through same USB, I would have 1000HZ from SteelSeries Drivers?
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if you ticked "filter on device" it will only be overclocked for that perticular mouse... if not, it will run on 1000hz no matter what you plug in.
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Thank you for your reply, but I also wonder if I put a SteelSeries Mice through same USB, I would have 1000HZ from SteelSeries Drivers?

I'm not 100% sure how it works but I believe the USB hack just create an unsigned driver for that specific mouse you use and force the polling rate to 500 or 1000Hz, what you choose to use. So it doesn't affect other mice, that I'm sure about at least.
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if you ticked "filter on device" it will only be overclocked for that perticular mouse... if not, it will run on 1000hz no matter what you plug in.
I have ticked "Filter on device". I think.
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Originally Posted by daav1d View Post

I'm not 100% sure how it works but I believe the USB hack just create an unsigned driver for that specific mouse you use and force the polling rate to 500 or 1000Hz, what you choose to use. So it doesn't affect other mice, that I'm sure about at least.
Thanks, I hope it won't affect other mice because this is my temporary mouse, btw I have my on desktop sign says "Test Mode Enabled"
post #7 of 7
If you have a newer mice like a steelseries mouse you won't need to as they are usually default 1000hz or 500hz and can be changed with the software if needed. When using the program and clicking filter on mouse it only sets the usb port rate to that mouse. Once you put in a different mouse into that usb port it will be default.
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