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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-15-2017, 07:55 AM - Thread Starter
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I've been playing this rhythm-game called osu day-in and day-out for about six months now and, while i could explain what the game is about i think this does the job... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzbNbqWvP_I&t The video only really starts at around 55 sec.
The game goes to the edge human reaction and so the peripherals greatly matter. There's always been a "fight" between mouse and Tablet players in our community of over 9 mio. players. The reason: Mouse players having an advantage of a higher polling rate (~1000hz) but with the problem of mouse-drag. Tablet being the Bipolar opposite. Total-positioning being the good part and a sad polling rate of around 200hz on good tablets... Now i wanted to ask the overclock community if there was any way to maybe overclock this peripheral to an acceptable polling rate... I'm asking for the whole community and really need an answer please... ;A;
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Yes i need this pls help
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a synapse test eh
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You can try Sweetlow's tools, I know they are primarily for mice but you can select other USB peripherals, might be worth a try.

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You can try Sweetlow's tools, I know they are primarily for mice but you can select other USB peripherals, might be worth a try.
Sweetlow's doesn't work for drawing tablets because none of them support hz in the firmware/hardware. You can overclock the USB port's polling rate to slightly reduce the worst-case input delay, but it'll still report at the normal <= 250hz because that's what the tablet's internally using as its hz.
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OSU Drawing Tablet vs mouse

Drawing Tablets have absolute tracking whereas mice do not.



Most people will recommend either Wacom or XP-Pen brand tablets. Wacom is more expensive, while XP-Pen is cheaper. Both of them are battery-less .



At first i was looking at the XP-Pen Star G430 OSU Tablet but noticed the area was a bit small. I then saw the XP-Pen G640 on sale for $40 . It seems similar to the G430 with a larger active area (which I like). 6 x 4 inches active area is enough for Osu! and it Runs OSU well. no input lag to use for faster maps.
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