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Probably, can't.
P.S. I collect successfull models at first post wink.gif

Oki, thank you anyway.
post #372 of 394
Hey, So I'm currently running into some issues. I've used this driver before back when it was in test mode. it was amazing, I've recently used it with the certified drivers, it worked great!!

Well I've recently upgraded my system and for some reason, I am now having issues Overclocking my mouse to 1,000.. Though I can downclock it to 31 and 62.. (I know my mouse can OC cuz it did it before)

This is my current setup

Microsoft Blue Optical Mouse
MSI Z97 5 Gaming motherboard (this motherboard has 2.0 ports, but for some reason its not working and I've done quite a bit of research trying to figure out why??)
I5-4690k
16 gigs ram
OS - Windows 7, 64bit

Any help would be appreciated as I'm insanely used to 1k rate and now I'm stuck at 125.

My questions would be, is there any work around the USB 3.x to get the polling rate?

Does anyone have experience in dealing with these MSI motherboards?

Thank you for your time! wink.gif
post #373 of 394
Hi. Some motherboards from z97 and newer say they have USB 2.0, but they are actually part of the usb 3.0 stack and on windows 7, the usb 3.0 stack does not use a microsoft driver. If you switch to windows 10, you'll be able to OC your mouse to 1000hz, but you have to deal with the giant pain that is windows 10.

It may be possible to change the layout of the usb ports by using a proper pci bus driver.
post #374 of 394
A single tear fell from my eye when you mentioned windows 10.

mhmm a proper driver you say? Can you be a lil more detailed in that?
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post #376 of 394
is it worth doing this? 500hz and 1000hz are good enough and quite safe.
post #377 of 394
Does not work!


Looking for 2k on a zowie za11
post #378 of 394
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Does not work!


Looking for 2k on a zowie za11

Good luck then. There's basically no modern mouse that allows you to do it. Unless you use a teensy-mod for example.
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post #379 of 394
So after many months of mouth watering to try this, I finally eliminated most of my pc's input latency and decided to reenable usb3 and try this



I main a Razer Naga 2012, which I have been using for 4+ years now (5600dpi, 1000hz)
Best mouse for gaming I've ever tried, despite the crappy software that's lagtastic and needs to be disabled and reinstalled whenever you want to mess with the settings. It is a bit heavy, but the buttons more than make up for that bit of extra weight.
Was very sad to see that the overclocking tweak didn't quite work... rolleyes.gif

Then I found a pair of old Microsoft optical mice.



The Microsoft Comfort Optical 3000 went from a cap of 125hz to 1025hz, but no further. Still pretty awesome! thumb.gif
It is a light but still kinda stiff mouse, I've never liked how the mousewheel feels, very rubbery, and its side button seems out of place.



BUT the Microsoft Wheel Mouse Optical USB and PS/2 compatible went from 500hz to 2500hz!!! lmaosmiley.gif
I'm wondering if it's because of the PS/2 compatibilty that it is able to do this, or just the really barebones design of it... but whaterever the case, it is a big surprise.
It is a VERY light mouse, just 2 clicks and a mousewheel. Very comfortable for browsing, though it is lacking forward and backwards buttons frown.gif

Now my OCD is giving me ideas of Frankensteining the sensor with my Naga so that I could have the best of both worlds, hahaha! tongue.gif

Then I went back to the Razer Naga and found out that it can't reach 1000hz back through your overclocking setup if the polling rate is set lower through the Razer Synapse software, it basically caps the rate and I assume this setting is saved in the onboard memory of the mouse. So the setting was at 125hz and I couldn't tweak it beyond that.



So I'm wondering that if someone were able to add a new entry to the dropdown polling rate menu of the software (which currently allows 125, 500, 1000), it would allow the new value to be saved to the mouse and thus allowing to test the limits of the mouse.
OR find a way to access or bypass the onboard memory so that the value can be overriden by your overclocking tool. These seems overly complicated, but I'm all for tweaking stuff in my spare time tongue.gif

I also did follow the advice of putting dpi to the max 5600dpi (was at a comfy 600dpi), contrary to the past years when I believed it had an impact on latency, and it seems to have a snappier effect, like the polling rate had been doubled (though it is a bit harder to control), though this may just be placebo.
Edited by sgtdisembodied - 4/18/17 at 2:54am
post #380 of 394
Probably your easiest approach to testing if it is even possible, would be Cheat Engine.

I've tried something similar for the Mionix AVIOR 7000, Roccat KPM and the Nixeus Revel.
Never really had any luck, besides having a "custom" pollingrate for the Mionix.

Check these two posts:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1492197/roccat-kone-pure-military/1420#post_25580359

http://www.overclock.net/t/1469836/mionix-avior-7000-first-impressions-review/1910#post_25448910
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