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Help badly needed + Does anyone know what the Red areas mean in Mousemovementrecorder?

post #1 of 11
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I'm having an issue with my computer (which means my mouse feels very slightly 'floaty', for want of a better word - and there is slight delay on the keyboard - input lag'ish)

I've tried

- Tweaking graphic settings
- Replacing all hardware items one by one
- Complete reinstall of windows
- Full driver overhaul on everything

Nothing has solved it. Which led me to use some tester programs and MMR (mousemovementrecorder) is one such program.

MMRpic.jpg 318k .jpg file

This is a picture of what I'm seeing when I record my mouse movements, as you can see the Mouse Pointer area is always red and this means there is an issue - the problem is I don't know how to translate my findings into solutions.

Can anyone help?

Also some thing I have yet to try...

- New monitor - though my current one is 60hz
- Have the power sockets themselves checked



My specs

- i7 7820X (water cooled)
- Asus Rog Z299 e-gaming mobo
- GTX 1080TI
- Samsung 850 SSD
- Corsair 1200X PSU
- Steelseries Kinzu V2 Mouse
- Corsair K2 keyboard
- Windows 10

Any help would be greatly appreciated, I've had this issue for months now :'(

Thanks.
post #2 of 11
Your windows sensitivity isn't at 6/11
post #3 of 11
I have the same problem with the "floaty" feeling and it started after the latest Win10 fall update. My windows sensitivity is at 6/11 with "enhance pointer precision" disabled, I get a lot of greens and reds in mouse movement recorder. I noticed I don't get reds and greens when moving the mouse in a circular motion.

post #4 of 11
clearly the OP has his Windows pointer speed set to max as it's multiplying the counts by 3.5
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by Omarock View Post

I have the same problem with the "floaty" feeling and it started after the latest Win10 fall update. My windows sensitivity is at 6/11 with "enhance pointer precision" disabled, I get a lot of greens and reds in mouse movement recorder. I noticed I don't get reds and greens when moving the mouse in a circular motion.

The cursor does not reach the border of the screen?
post #6 of 11
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Originally Posted by AloneInTheDuck View Post


The cursor does not reach the border of the screen?
No, I made sure I don't get to the borders.
post #7 of 11
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Originally Posted by Omarock View Post

No, I made sure I don't get to the borders.
disable Game Bar?
Edited by daniel0731ex - 11/18/17 at 2:32pm
post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by daniel0731ex View Post

disable Game Bar?
I have the setting "Record game clips, screenshots, and broadcasting using Game bar" turned off. Is that enough?
post #9 of 11
yeah
post #10 of 11
I've tried changing power state from balanced to performance and it improved a bit, no more reds and greens in mmr. (alternatively, in balanced mode, you can change minimum processor power state from %5 to something like %50). Still I can feel some slight input lag / smoothing though :/
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