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does a keyboard can make the mouse glitch or slow responsiveness?

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Hello everyone I'm a humble guy from Venezuela which has a really bad English Grammar, so i apologies for my poor English, i really wanted to created this thread or topic , because of R0ach post here:

r0ach post:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1525170/why-your-usb-keyboard-might-be-gimping-your-mouse-in-several-different-ways
r0ach post page 11
http://www.overclock.net/t/1525170/why-your-usb-keyboard-might-be-gimping-your-mouse-in-several-different-ways/100#post_23212418

And the thing, he talked about that keyboard usb with polling rate 1000hz can really slow mouse usb too, becaue both are operating like at 1000 hz, and something about usb 1.1 and usb 2.0

And my question is, can i combine these 2 componets in order to achieve a less latency and less input lag?

This mouse:
BenQ ZOWIE EC2-A (i spent many time looking for a mouse that can fit good my hands 18.5 x 9.5 cm
and people recommed me that mouse

but i was wondering if that BenQ Zowie-eC2-A which is port usb 2.0 i guess, can it work properly with this
Cm Storm Quick Fire Tk, Cherry MX red?

https://www.amazon.com/CM-Storm-QuickFire-TK-Mechanical/dp/B00AOIRCI6/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1492036702&sr=1-1&keywords=Coolermaster%2BQuickfire&th=1


because r0ach recommend a CM Storm with brown switch but seems like is out of stock, and no one is selling .. and i want a new one, hehe.. so what can i do guys? do you recommend me that Cherry Mx red, with that Zowie Ec2-a ?

Thanks alot for your help
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Instantly thought of the r0ach thread upon seeing the title, lulz'd when you in fact linked to it.

In short, yes, it possible to have some minuscule (which is synonymous with monstrous in the dictionary of r0ach) detrimental affect. But should you shell out money on a keyboard specifically to remedy this "problem"? No IMO, and it will only lead down a deeper rabbit hole (trust me).
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