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post #41 of 55
Testers wanted!
See the
http://www.overclock.net/t/1589644/usb-mouse-hard-overclocking-2000-hz
post #42 of 55
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Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post

And what happen (in setup window)? This device arrive in list? If so - attach the picture.

>Would it help if I upload the parent device's driver, xusb22.sys?
not now.
take http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/download/devtree.zip
make dump (in command line):
DEVTREE.EXE /vv /nl >dump.txt
and send me dump.txt

P.S. And will be better to go in generic thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1586474/changing-polling-rates-of-usb-ports-possible-again-on-win-8-8-1-10

The device doesn't show up in the setup window at all.

I've attached dump.txt. The device I'm after is USB\VID_1BAD&PID_F03D&IG_00\7&184FFB83&0&00, under USB\VID_1BAD&PID_F03D\158A93B2.

Edit: lol dump.txt 84k .txt file
Edited by dukeReinhardt - 3/7/16 at 7:10am
post #43 of 55
As i can see you have one usb composite device (with mouse and keyboard) and two xbox360 devices. The problem for setup.exe, i assume, that xbox devices present as "HID on HID":

+Xbox 360 Controller for Windows [XnaComposite]
+--USB Input Device [HIDClass]
+----HID-compliant game controller [HIDClass]

strange, but in this situation i wait doubling of lines, not the disappear rolleyes.gif Can you post picture of setup window with unchecked "mices only"?

driver will be setup manually (as always) - but i can try to change setup to process such case.

p.s. no, problem is that xbox device from program point of view like usb composite device, but it have not usb device class. wait, i change setup now
Edited by SweetLow - 3/7/16 at 8:05am
post #44 of 55
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Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post

As i can see you have one usb composite device (with mouse and keyboard) and two xbox360 devices. The problem for setup.exe, i assume, that xbox devices present as "HID on HID":

+Xbox 360 Controller for Windows [XnaComposite]
+--USB Input Device [HIDClass]
+----HID-compliant game controller [HIDClass]

strange, but in this situation i wait doubling of lines, not the disappear rolleyes.gif Can you post picture of setup window with unchecked "mices only"?

driver will be setup manually (as always) - but i can try to change setup to process such case.

setupwindow.jpg 75k .jpg file

Ok, so I attached the setup window. Regarding your comment about the "HID on HID", it's strange because the device I successfully overclocked with your tool on the USB3 port is HIDClass on HIDClass, and the mouse is partly that as well - the third device in the picture I attached has a HIDClass child, "HID-compliant vendor-defined device".
post #45 of 55
http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/download/Setup.zip

"Mice Only" -> uncheck
"Process Parent" -> check
post #46 of 55
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Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post

http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/download/Setup.zip

"Mice Only" -> uncheck
"Process Parent" -> check

Thanks smile.gif

Unfortunately it's not working, even though I unchecked mice only and checked process parent. The Xinput devices are just not appearing in setup at all
post #47 of 55
f**k me, copy and past don't get good results smile.gif try to load setup again
post #48 of 55
Noooooooooooooo. Holy cow, it worked! Thanks a lot, this is damn awesome. I'll report back once I've tried the overclock

Update: TL;DR, I think it worked smile.gif

I overclocked with hidusbf, which changed the binterval value of the device according to a USB traffic sniffer (USBTrace in this case). However, it's difficult to tell whether that changed anything, since some devices apparently have a hard limit on polling rate. For example, I can use this software to change the binterval of my mouse beyond 1000hz, but mouse testing software shows it still operates at a 1000hz maximum, so binterval alone isn't a good indicator.

The other device I overclocked has huge flaws which make successful overclocks obvious. It's made poorly as hell and uses enormous amounts of CPU cycles, which increase massively as I raise polling rate. It also develops loud coil whine with higher overclocks. But my Xinput device has neither of these flaws, and no other indication of actual polling rate, so I've only got my subjective experience to go on.

Assuming the device doesn't have a polling rate limit, it went from 250hz to 1000hz. That's a 3ms reduction in lag, which I'd find difficult to perceive regardless of whether the overclock worked or not, since the device only has digital buttons and a digital joystick. At the risk of falling prey to the placebo effect, I want to say it feels more responsive. I do think it's working at 1000hz now, and in playing around with it for 30 minutes, it's not dropped inputs or showed any negative signs. I'm going to cautiously say it was a success thumb.gif.
Edited by dukeReinhardt - 3/7/16 at 11:30am
post #49 of 55
The link doesnt work anymore. Could anyone upload the software again?
post #50 of 55
Temporary take this hidusbf.zip 360k .zip file
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