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So what's the deal with this? Will it work with any hardware?
     
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So what's the deal with this? Will it work with any hardware?

Not necessarily. Your mouse may not support it and if you have a low end MOBO it probably won't work. The only mice proven to work so far is I believe the WMO1.1a, IE3.0, and IMO1.1a
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Not necessarily. Your mouse may not support it and if you have a low end MOBO it probably won't work. The only mice proven to work so far is I believe the WMO1.1a, IE3.0, and IMO1.1a

So it's more dependant on the hardware of the mouse rather than the interface port and port revision? I have an old X58 EVGA 760 board, 2.0 USB..
     
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So it's more dependant on the hardware of the mouse rather than the interface port and port revision? I have an old X58 EVGA 760 board, 2.0 USB..

Correct. USB 2.0 and up should be fine.
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see op... you need xhci which afaik implies a mobo with usb3.0

but you don't need to plug into a 3.0 port
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post #96 of 424
Just switched to an IE3.0 1kHz is nice thanks was super easy to set up I'd reaaaaaaaaaaaallyyyy love if I could use this without test mode on though.
Anyways thanks, cheers cheers.gif

edit: I'm using a x08 IE3.0 if anyone needed to know
Edited by trriL - 2/13/16 at 9:09pm
post #97 of 424
I also just tried overclocking a track ball (sanwa supply MA-TB39BK) and my mx518 v1 1kHz worked on both.

I want to try over 1kHz but I'm not sure how to set that up
post #98 of 424
No i cant this 125hz again
post #99 of 424
question from another forum:
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Does this work with other mice.. such as G400.. Will that conflict with the logitech gaming software ?
post #100 of 424
Two questions:

1. Would installing a USB 3.0 PCI card allow me to do this overclock?

2. If the above answer is "no", is there any possibility of this working with just USB 2.0 in the future?
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