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the link isn't working to download hidusbf.zip, leads to freehosting site
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the link isn't working to download hidusbf.zip, leads to freehosting site

THis should work fine smile.gif

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My old X58 mb has USB 3.0. It also has PS/2 ports for both a keyboard and mouse. Would either a mouse or keyboard be faster on the PS/2 port?
     
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My old X58 mb has USB 3.0. It also has PS/2 ports for both a keyboard and mouse. Would either a mouse or keyboard be faster on the PS/2 port?

Use a keyboard in the PS/2 port, the NKRO FeelsGoodMan, that and PS/2 ports have a max "polling" (PS/2 is interrupt based) rate of 200Hz.
    
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nkro isn't a ps/2 only feature. usb can do it, but not many keyboards offer the feature. (i have a USB keyboard with an aftermarket controller that can do NKRO. i never use the feature, though, 6KRO has always been fine for me.)
and even though ps/2 can handle nkro, not all ps/2 keyboards do rolleyes.gif the famous ps/2 ibm model m keyboard is an example - it has only 2KRO

edit: i would use ps/2 for keyboards because then there would be less for your pc to poll. the downside is no hot-plugging, and ps/2 is kind of dying anyway - most usb keyboards don't work via ps/2.
Edited by Bucake - 8/14/16 at 1:27am
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nkro isn't a ps/2 only feature. usb can do it, but not many keyboards offer the feature. (i have a USB keyboard with an aftermarket controller that can do NKRO. i never use the feature, though, 6KRO has always been fine for me.)
and even though ps/2 can handle nkro, not all ps/2 keyboards do rolleyes.gif the famous ps/2 ibm model m keyboard is an example - it has only 2KRO

edit: i would use ps/2 for keyboards because then there would be less for your pc to poll. the downside is no hot-plugging, and ps/2 is kind of dying anyway - most usb keyboards don't work via ps/2.

My motherboard doesn't even have a PS/2 port anymore. tongue.gif
    
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Kinda dying? Lol haven't seen one in 8 years.
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My motherboard doesn't even have a PS/2 port anymore. tongue.gif

my point. biggrin.gif
mine does have one, an old p.o.s. budget mobo, but the only ps/2 keyboard i have is so horrible that i just use a usb keyboard in stead.
it's not easy going back to super cheap keyboards after getting used to high quality mechanicals.
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My mouse will do 4000hz (consistent) on a z170 board but only 2000hz maximum (not stable) on my two ivy bridge platforms.
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Are there new directions with Windows 10 or do I follow the same in the opening posts?
IMHO, the windows 10 mentioned in opening post wink.gif
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the link isn't working to download hidusbf.zip, leads to freehosting site
Yes, i already know this fact frown.gif try to recover...
Edited by SweetLow - 8/15/16 at 12:54am
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