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post #31 of 66
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I will sell my old shuttle once i get going, the reason for buying an ssd, the samsung evo 120gb for what $115 thats pretty cheap for any HDD, and as a masterdisk, so why not, im never gonna use 500gb or even 250 gb on a master, and buying a HDD today almost requires that much, and there is an actual chance that its the HDD aswell so by buying an ssd i eliminate another possibillity.

I have a crappy Mobo just now, its a miniITX shuttle mobob, i cant just sell the mobo and keep the box, i will build a new comp and use the parts obviously.

The actual difference between the gtx 650 and r9 was literally 100 fps in the games i say, and less drops, BUT with gtx 650 everything works just as fine (besides the inputlag)

If i sell my current graphicscard now i would get maybe $40, if even. And the mobo+shuttlebox would go for $140, i will sell these aswell.

If i ever need a new gfx later on, prizes might've dropped etc, maybe a sellout somewhere where i can get it cheaper so be it, but i dont need the extra performance right now, i only need to fix this lag.


Atleast this is how i think of it.
Edited by dahahanne - 3/2/14 at 6:43am
post #32 of 66
Well indeed, if u cant get more money from you'r actual parts its best your way.
post #33 of 66
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Well,im back and i have installed the SSD and the new motherboard, to no success.

Now its either placebo or the CPU OR some tweak that you guys know of.
post #34 of 66
Does anyone else feel the same lag on your computer? Hate to say it but it sounds like some sort of mental thing if you've eliminated that many components and still getting input lag.
post #35 of 66
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The possibillity exists, but i played with my screen on someone elses comp, and it performs excellent, no inputlag, thats the fcked up thing.
post #36 of 66
here's a weird idea, could you try a different power supply unit? (even just borrow a friends to see if it helps, since i know cost is an issue and if it turns out that's the issue you can budget for a new PSU)

my reasoning is, so far from what you have said is you've practically changed everything except the PSU and the CPU, perhaps its none of those things and its the power supply unit that perhaps is not supplying enough power or something?

If it does turn out to be the PSU make sure you get a decent branded one not some cheap unknown brand.

Also let us know how it goes since this is one strange issue and good luck!
Edited by WarningHPB - 3/3/14 at 9:30pm
post #37 of 66
Mystery for me. As 2 different (branded) mice, fresh OS and all kind of **** was already tested.

I wonder if the USB port was changed in between? The board is a z77 board with usb3 and usb2 ports.
So did you try both host controllers? (I may have missed that this was already tried.)
post #38 of 66
You can check voltages under load first
post #39 of 66
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Quote:
Originally Posted by WarningHPB View Post

here's a weird idea, could you try a different power supply unit? (even just borrow a friends to see if it helps, since i know cost is an issue and if it turns out that's the issue you can budget for a new PSU)

my reasoning is, so far from what you have said is you've practically changed everything except the PSU and the CPU, perhaps its none of those things and its the power supply unit that perhaps is not supplying enough power or something?

If it does turn out to be the PSU make sure you get a decent branded one not some cheap unknown brand.

Also let us know how it goes since this is one strange issue and good luck!

I did have a shuttle before, which has a built in PSU, right now, when i bought a new motherboard, i had to get a psu, i had one at home that i havent used in a while, 650W, so iam using a different PSU.
Everything right now is different except CPU, every hardware combination, upgrade, change has been done, except with CPU :/ The brand is coolermaster.



I did on the old one, and i have done it here aswell :/
post #40 of 66
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Originally Posted by Skar View Post

Mystery for me. As 2 different (branded) mice, fresh OS and all kind of **** was already tested.

I wonder if the USB port was changed in between? The board is a z77 board with usb3 and usb2 ports.
So did you try both host controllers? (I may have missed that this was already tried.)

I did try it on the old shuttle, and my newone here, no difference.
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