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post #231 of 688
Nope, it does not work for my controller. It simply stops working when Filter is installed and of course Mice Only was un-ticked. None of the possible Hz work - not 1000, not 500, etc., none.
post #232 of 688
not sure what's happening. i used JoyToKey and downclocked my ps2 controller to 31hz, but it still shows an average of 62hz.
and this is what happens if i move diagonally rather over just one axis: http://i.imgur.com/VBwRHGi.png
post #233 of 688
Quote:
Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post

Xbox 360 GamePad controller
How this device visible in Device Manager (device by connection mode i.e. device tree) - screenshot?
and what drivers use each of device node?

P.S. People overclock some MS devices:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1589644/usb-mouse-hard-overclocking-2000-hz/160#post_24964955
but IDK is it the same.
post #234 of 688
in my case (PS2 controller), two things are added to DM, under Human Interface Devices:
HID-compliant game controller ("No driver files are required or have been loaded for this device.")
USB Input Device (hidclass.sys, hidsparse.sys, hidusb.sys)
HIDUSBF shows it as "HID-compliant game controller"
post #235 of 688
Just get a proper gamepad and not some console 62Hz garbage biggrin.gif
post #236 of 688
Do you know of any 1000Hz GamePads???
post #237 of 688
I created an account here just to share that I met with Jeshuastarr by coincidence as he was passing through Pittsburgh, and I wanted to say that he is a real saint and gave me hope for the future of PC gaming (Windows-based PC gaming I should say). A real source of knowledge for a young lad and is destined to do great things for you all and us competitive PC game players
post #238 of 688
Do you know of any 1000Hz GamePads???
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Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post

How this device visible in Device Manager (device by connection mode i.e. device tree) - screenshot?
and what drivers use each of device node?

P.S. People overclock some MS devices:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1589644/usb-mouse-hard-overclocking-2000-hz/160#post_24964955
but IDK is it the same.

post #239 of 688
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Originally Posted by MonarchX View Post

Do you know of any 1000Hz GamePads???
No, never interested.

1. screenshot - "device by connection" mode i.e. device tree, see first post of http://www.overclock.net/t/1589644/usb-mouse-hard-overclocking-2000-hz how it look like
2. >and what drivers use each of device node?
post #240 of 688
A 1000Hz Saturn-style USB gamepad would be sick, I haven't tried it yet since I'm derping around on Ubuntu at the moment

But back in 2008-2010 I was kicking tail thanks to Sweetlow's mouse driver I grabbed off the old razerblueprints website and Anir's WCAFix mouse acceleration fix, chasing players out of COD4 servers and generally getting banned for being too good (using a CRT monitor also)

So in addition to Jeshuastarr and what he's done also special thanks to you Mr. Sweetlow and Anir wherever the heck he is, thank you three
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