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post #11 of 647 (permalink) Old 01-31-2016, 05:59 AM
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I think people need to have ps/2 keyboard/mouse. Incase things go south like me tongue.gif
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post #12 of 647 (permalink) Old 01-31-2016, 08:00 AM
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nmouse 4k

Using 64 doesn't seem to work any differently to the 32 setting.

Dimr



32: Mouserate Uncheck current rate:

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Total win!!! thumb.gifbiggrin.gif

>Using 64 doesn't seem to work any differently to the 32 setting.
It's normal - if the device don't ready to send data to controller when controller asks then controller simply drop the poll.

P.S. 8000 hz version is not the joke wink.gif
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3400 seems to be the max my motherboard can poll
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Would it be possible to make a driver that would allow hz between 500 and 1000? Most people can get above 500 but not 1000 consistently, i.e. options for in between both such as 600, 700, 800, 900.?
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Would it be possible to make a driver that would allow hz between 500 and 1000?
AFAIK, no.
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post #17 of 647 (permalink) Old 01-31-2016, 05:22 PM
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Tested System:
Windows Server 2016 TP 4

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Logitech G303

Result:
1000Hz



31Hz aka. 2000Hz



62Hz aka. 4000Hz


So it looks like something is happening. Logitech Gaming Software has been disabled and uninstalled, just to make sure.


usbxhci.sys seems to be the same as for Windows 10.

And I've only been able to change the Hz when I checked "Process Parent". Maybe this helps out tongue.gif
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I can only reduce the polling rate on my G303, tried both USB 2 and 3 ports but I can't increase the polling rate past what I've selected in the drivers.
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Basically the same for me as you can see above. There is a change of like 1Hz between it, which I can reproduce basically everytime.

So I guess the G303 itself is the limiting factor which we probably can't do anything about. thumb.gif

Edit: Just for the peaks. Otherwise it's still stable at 1kHz
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wat

i was looking into this a few days ago

i think: i thought:
to make use of the 125us usb microframes you need to have the usb in hi-speed mode
and i don't think any mouse's mcu supports that
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5. check the rate (dimr or mouserate)

mousetester interval plots are much better imo

too busy to check forums as regularly
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