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post #31 of 574 (permalink) Old 02-01-2016, 09:28 AM
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btw offtopic:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/151969244623
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so this where the 6000fps mlt04 idea comes from. not sure why people thought that certain wmo/imo's are 6000fps though

Probably because the serial numbers correspond as such. X08 ones and X80 ones that is. I mean to me it would only make sense.

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post #32 of 574 (permalink) Old 02-01-2016, 11:47 AM - Thread Starter
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There is not such thing as "sufficient frequency" for orthodoxal overclocker biggrin.gif

4k/8k version:
http://sweetlow.orgfree.com/download/hidusbf3.zip
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2. take drivers from hidusbf3.zip and install it (copy to %systemroot%\system32\drivers\ directly or to the folder of hidusbf setup and then install service).
3. reboot after 2!
4. run setup.exe, and try to change rate to 31 or 62. Rate=31 actually equal to 4000 Hz, 62 - 8000 Hz. (Don't forget to restart device.)
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P.S. Do not use USB hubs (for first try), it can restrict rate, attach mouse to controller ports directly. I first test my best overclockable mouse (a4tech bw-35) with hub (this hub is USB2.0 hub - but this is not help) - and has 1000 Hz only redface.gif When attached directly to controller - it can reach 1400 Hz average (unstable) biggrin.gif
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This is not for windows 7, right?

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This is not for windows 7, right?
Not now.
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post #35 of 574 (permalink) Old 02-01-2016, 02:25 PM
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i'll be home in 6-7hours to test 8khz

i don't understand this well, but shouldnt it be possible to do this with the usb2 driver because hi-speed usb supports microframes?

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shouldnt it be possible to do this with the usb2 driver because hi-speed usb supports microframes?
USB2.0 controllers never directly control USB1.1 devices, only through translating hubs, so now i suppose - it's not possible.
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sweetlow, is it possible to get this to work with the intel usb3.0 driver for windows7
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In idle they can be more or less the same; try playing music or have some other work-intensive program open though and this should change.
good point which i always forget tongue.gif.
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so for my system, with 5 twitch streams open:

1000hz: http://imgur.com/a/9fVjW
500hz (ignore title tongue.gif): http://imgur.com/a/4ekiR

indeed the 500us jumps are much more rare, but the main part of the noise (+-0.1ms) looks identical

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My CPU usage spikes to 85-90% on 1000 hz. When I'm using 500 hz, it's around 40-50% spikes. 125 hz, less than 15%.

CPU: i5 2500K
Mouse: Deathadder 2013

1000 HZ




Should I stop using 1000 hz??
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WMO DOES 8000HZ POLLING



also that's conclusive proof that my (new) x08, with last 4 digits=4103 (41th month of 2003?), does not run at 6000fps, because if it did it would not be possible to have consistent 125us report intervals

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