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Sorry if this is another noob question, but
is it normal to have such low Frequency when you slowly move the mouse?
I pretty much get a steady 125 with rapid movements.


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to put it in perspective think your trying shot someone with a sniper rifle who is pretty far away.
and your slowly moving your mouse to his head lol

tx again.
Edited by cero - 1/1/11 at 1:02pm
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post #12 of 13
Yep, that's normal.
post #13 of 13
Block your window and see if that helps during the day, if it does then you got a reflective surface intefering with the mouse by reflecting sunlight into the sensor(laminated desk perhaps?)
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