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07-09-2020 05:51 PM
2A1Z I also made sure to follow along with the "2KHz-8KHz READ ME" guide as well to no avail, it still only is at 62 on mouse tester
07-09-2020 05:36 PM
2A1Z
Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
There is a file called 4khz-8khz.cmd that you must run.


After you do this, the "31hz" and "62hz" options in setup.exe will secretly change to 4000hz & 8000hz.
Yuppeoy, I made sure to do that too. I just did that now and it still didn't work. On mouse rate tester it still shows as 62, even though I know the M1K can run 8k
07-09-2020 03:48 PM
NDUS
Quote: Originally Posted by nlse View Post
what ways are there to see if its working properly other than the 31hz and 62hz when you see it at the mouse rate testers?
Use a mouse rate tester. If the result is above 1000hz, it worked
07-09-2020 03:18 PM
nlse
Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
There is a file called 4khz-8khz.cmd that you must run.


After you do this, the "31hz" and "62hz" options in setup.exe will secretly change to 4000hz & 8000hz.
what ways are there to see if its working properly other than the 31hz and 62hz when you see it at the mouse rate testers?
07-09-2020 01:01 PM
NDUS
Quote: Originally Posted by 2A1Z View Post
I copied it to the drivers folder and even put in Atsiv as well.
There is a file called 4khz-8khz.cmd that you must run.


After you do this, the "31hz" and "62hz" options in setup.exe will secretly change to 4000hz & 8000hz.
07-09-2020 11:00 AM
2A1Z
Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
did you run the 4khz-8khz.cmd file? that's what changes the 31hz/62hz options in setup.exe to 4khz/8khz
I copied it to the drivers folder and even put in Atsiv as well.
07-09-2020 10:59 AM
2A1Z
Quote: Originally Posted by NDUS View Post
Sure, here ya go:


Thanks for the Atsiv guide, can confirm it's also working great on win10 v2004. Battle Eye didn't like me having Windows test mode on.
I have the M1K mouse too and I've been struggling to overclock it to 8000 for a couple of days now, what steps did you take to get it working? (I've tried almost everything including Atsiv to no avail, unfortunately.)
07-09-2020 10:24 AM
NDUS
Quote: Originally Posted by 2A1Z View Post
I've gone it multiple times and tried following along with the "README. 2Khz-8Khz" and I still haven't been able to get it past 1000, it just downlocks instead of overclocking. I even made sure to reboot my computer and have reinstalled the software in order to make sure it works properly. I have the M1K mouse which I know is compatable.
did you run the 4khz-8khz.cmd file? that's what changes the 31hz/62hz options in setup.exe to 4khz/8khz
07-09-2020 09:45 AM
2A1Z I've gone it multiple times and tried following along with the "README. 2Khz-8Khz" and I still haven't been able to get it past 1000, it just downlocks instead of overclocking. I even made sure to reboot my computer and have reinstalled the software in order to make sure it works properly. I have the M1K mouse which I know is compatable.
07-09-2020 12:37 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by 2A1Z View Post
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