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cant get overclocked so much
and 31/62Hz is completely different things.
first is problem with hardware, second - with its owner laughingsmiley.gif
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and 31/62Hz is completely different things.
first is problem with hardware, second - with its owner laughingsmiley.gif
Yea it works great with the normal settings but when i try to oc it fails.
But im just a noobie in this world wink.gif
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Yea it works great with the normal settings but when i try to oc it fails.
The last possible thing - newest usbxhci.sys driver itself. But probability that you the first who install newest version before other users is very low (but not zero, of course). So - mail me you usbxhci.sys - as readme recommend.
P.S. It's need only if mouse still have 31/62Hz only when you pick 31/62, of course. If you get higher real values or mouse stop working (like my MX310) - hidusbf is ok, but problem lay inside hardware.
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sweetlow, is it possible for the mouse firmware to request 8000hz polling without your driver?

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sweetlow, is it possible for the mouse firmware to request 8000hz polling without your driver?
possible, of course - for high speed devices
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well...
i'm still wondering how the rog gladius claims to do 2000hz even though its microcontroller doesn't support hi-speed usb.

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Apparently it uses the STMicroelectronics STM32-F103-T6U6A which has a 'USB 2.0 full-speed interface'
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USB 2.0 full-speed interface
may be, but the best is to see usbview output for this device in 2000hz mode (AFAIK, it has switch to change modes).
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