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post #1141 of 1149 (permalink) Old 06-16-2020, 10:00 AM
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Use the Google, Luke! SweetLow hidusbf.
P.S. And right on the first page of this forum you can find OTHER thread about USB mice overclocking.
Are, cheers, works now.

I can see .cmd files in there too, like "4kHz-8kHz.cmd", are those for if you want 4000-8000hz? Do I just run them?
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post #1142 of 1149 (permalink) Old 07-09-2020, 10:14 AM
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05.04.2020 IDIOT-PROOF NON-TESTSIGN METHOD GUIDE FOR WINDOWS 10 1909



1. Place premade folder 'atsiv' in 'C:\Program Files' so you have a 'C:\Program Files\atsiv' path. DOWNLOAD
2. Run C:\Program Files\atsiv\DRIVER\Setup.exe, press Install Service, tick Filter On device checkbox and choose your desired rate. Remember that some mouse can go only up to 500.
3. Press Copy ID's, paste it somewhere and copy the second line(in my case that would be "USB\VID_046D&PID_C051\6&45F1B51&0&2") and replace accordingly in the restart.cmd file in 'C:\Program Files\atsiv'
4. Launch Windows Scheduler located in C:\Windows\system32\taskschd.msc and import task 'Myszka.xml' also located in 'atsiv' folder
5. Restart your PC and confirm that it's working using THIS checker.

This works on my old mx518 mouse that is 125Hz(OCed to 500) by default on ASUS TUF B450-PRO GAMING motherboard.

Whenever I try to use or access Atsiv, it says, "Blocked by Administrator"
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post #1143 of 1149 (permalink) Old 07-10-2020, 12:12 AM
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Whenever I try to use or access Atsiv, it says, "Blocked by Administrator"
And what kind of help you are waiting in THIS thread after such message?
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post #1144 of 1149 (permalink) Old 07-18-2020, 09:08 AM
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Dear SweetLow,

first of all, I want to thank you for long years of USB overclocking suport. Me and my friends are using your software to overclock Logitech gaming wheels for maximum precision and response, It is a huge difference and advantage in online racing.

I think that is good idea to present that your utility is able to OC USB wheels too

Maybe this will be interesting for anyone to choose proper wheel, difference between 500Hz vs. 1000Hz is BIG

Maximum freq for a most frequent models:

Logitech GT 1000Hz
Logitech G25 500Hz
Logitech G27 500Hz
Logitech G29 500Hz
Logitech G920 1000Hz (I don't know why, but I've tried many configurations and only G920 is able to go on 1000Hz)

Thank you very much for your unique project again
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post #1145 of 1149 (permalink) Old 07-20-2020, 01:31 AM
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Dear SweetLow,

first of all, I want to thank you for long years of USB overclocking suport. Me and my friends are using your software to overclock Logitech gaming wheels for maximum precision and response, It is a huge difference and advantage in online racing.

I think that is good idea to present that your utility is able to OC USB wheels too

Maybe this will be interesting for anyone to choose proper wheel, difference between 500Hz vs. 1000Hz is BIG

Maximum freq for a most frequent models:

Logitech GT 1000Hz
Logitech G25 500Hz
Logitech G27 500Hz
Logitech G29 500Hz
Logitech G920 1000Hz (I don't know why, but I've tried many configurations and only G920 is able to go on 1000Hz)

Thank you very much for your unique project again
Thanks. I am glad that my software is usable still.
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post #1146 of 1149 (permalink) Old 07-21-2020, 12:46 PM
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So I just tried overclocking my new mouse to see if it would work. I got the g wolf skoll, and it goes up to 1000hz by default, so I was gonna try 2000hz.
So basically I just ran the 2khz-4khz.cmd file as administrator, I then went to my system32 folder and did a CRC check to make sure it uses the new hidusbf.sys, and it did. I then went to setup.exe and first tried to lower it to 500hz, mousetester says it worked.

I then tried the 2000hz overclock by picking the 32 option in setup.exe, but my mouse stopped working and I had to reinstall my usb mouse driver from device manager (uninstall then unplug usb and plug it back in), which made it work but it's now 1000hz.

Does that mean the mouse won't work with over 1000hz or did I do something wrong?
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So I'm assuming it isn't possible to get this working with Intel USB 3.1 eXtensible host controller - 1.10 (Z390 chipset - A36D device ID - Win10 2004) https://imgur.com/5rD6EbO. I can downclock successfully but trying 31/62 even after running the 2-4khz batch file only downclocks to those numbers. I didn't try hidusbfn though.

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Quote: Originally Posted by deama View Post
So I just tried overclocking my new mouse to see if it would work. I got the g wolf skoll, and it goes up to 1000hz by default, so I was gonna try 2000hz.
So basically I just ran the 2khz-4khz.cmd file as administrator, I then went to my system32 folder and did a CRC check to make sure it uses the new hidusbf.sys, and it did. I then went to setup.exe and first tried to lower it to 500hz, mousetester says it worked.

I then tried the 2000hz overclock by picking the 32 option in setup.exe, but my mouse stopped working and I had to reinstall my usb mouse driver from device manager (uninstall then unplug usb and plug it back in), which made it work but it's now 1000hz.

Does that mean the mouse won't work with over 1000hz or did I do something wrong?
It's unknown now. With high probability it is not overclockable but to prove or disprove this you need other hard overclockable device to test your system first.

>and I had to reinstall my usb mouse driver from device manager (uninstall then unplug usb and plug it back in), which made it work but it's now 1000hz.
Non functioning devices can reversed to working state right from setup now. Use With filter (or All or With problem) in combobox "Devices".

Quote: Originally Posted by Jonny321321 View Post
So I'm assuming it isn't possible to get this working with Intel USB 3.1 eXtensible host controller - 1.10 (Z390 chipset - A36D device ID - Win10 2004) https://imgur.com/5rD6EbO. I can downclock successfully but trying 31/62 even after running the 2-4khz batch file only downclocks to those numbers. I didn't try hidusbfn though.
>I didn't try hidusbfn though.
But you have to use it on your system
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any fix for Riot Vanguard?



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