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03-18-2020 05:40 AM
Quake3WMOmafia This is how my administrator device list looks like:


Do I need to do anything before attempting the overclock? if so, what and how? its not clear to me on the main post.
03-12-2020 08:18 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by LifeEngineer View Post
Hello.
I have the MSI Interceptor DS B1 mouse. Can I apply this overclocking to it?! Sorry i've never done such a thing before (still new to PC) so I'm afraid to mess things up.
Thank you.
>Can I apply this overclocking to it?!
Yes. You can TRY to overclock any USB device.
>I'm afraid to mess things up
It is safe kind of overclocking You can't break anything.
03-09-2020 12:46 AM
LifeEngineer Hello.
I have the MSI Interceptor DS B1 mouse. Can I apply this overclocking to it?! Sorry i've never done such a thing before (still new to PC) so I'm afraid to mess things up.
Thank you.
02-26-2020 05:18 AM
1ms_hand2eye Anyone test the Ikari laser or optical past 1000hz?
02-22-2020 11:47 PM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by keento View Post
is there a way to set the mouse polling rate at 500 or 1000hz even when i dont move it?

the slight and slow movements are not detected and it's really annoying when playing
>is there a way to set the mouse polling rate at 500 or 1000hz even when i dont move it?
No. As minimum with normal firmware zero movements don't send to host.
>the slight and slow movements are not detected and it's really annoying when playing
It's strange especially with modern sensors and its possible high DPI settings.
02-21-2020 08:39 PM
keento is there a way to set the mouse polling rate at 500 or 1000hz even when i dont move it?

the slight and slow movements are not detected and it's really annoying when playing

i am on windows 10

and i used many mice of different brands
02-20-2020 08:42 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by EniGma1987 View Post
Thanks for the reply. Downloading the newer version let me understand everything properly.

Your first post in the "PS" section seems to say use the "hidusbfn" file if I was on windows above version 1803. Since this is not true anymore, and because this file does not contain any setup.exe or readme files for how to do things it should probably be removed so as not to give out incorrect information.
What are you talking about? hidusbfn is ADDITION to hidusbf. When it is needed described exactly in the last p.s. (and hidusbf is needed always). But not only that is described there. Something about what you will need to do if you have VERY new Windows version.
02-20-2020 08:05 AM
EniGma1987
Quote: Originally Posted by SweetLow View Post
>Using Windows 10 64-bit v.2004
>It looks like I need to download the "hidusbfn.zip" file for my version of Windows? https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusb...r/hidusbfn.zip
No, with very high probability you need even more recent version:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post28099512
Or such version just does not exists right now. See the last p.s. of the first post.
And yes, read one of the manual referenced in the first post if you are experiencing a problem with figuring out what exactly you need to do.
And, of course, the best practice for hard overclocking is testing your system with overclockable device before you will try to overclock unknown devices.
Thanks for the reply. Downloading the newer version let me understand everything properly.

Your first post in the "PS" section seems to say use the "hidusbfn" file if I was on windows above version 1803. Since this is not true anymore, and because this file does not contain any setup.exe or readme files for how to do things it should probably be removed so as not to give out incorrect information.
02-20-2020 01:29 AM
SweetLow
Quote: Originally Posted by EniGma1987 View Post
I looked in device manager, and my mouse seems to be connected to the Intel USB 3.0 root hub. It seems this is correct for doing the mod? Ill attach a screenshot of my device manager to this post for verification.
I have an OC Formula Z170 motherboard, and a ReDragon M901 mouse with a PixArt 3360 sensor. Using Windows 10 64-bit v.2004
It looks like I need to download the "hidusbfn.zip" file for my version of Windows? https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusb...r/hidusbfn.zip
>Using Windows 10 64-bit v.2004
>It looks like I need to download the "hidusbfn.zip" file for my version of Windows? https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusb...r/hidusbfn.zip
No, with very high probability you need even more recent version:
https://www.overclock.net/forum/375-...l#post28099512
Or such version just does not exists right now. See the last p.s. of the first post.
And yes, read one of the manual referenced in the first post if you are experiencing a problem with figuring out what exactly you need to do.
And, of course, the best practice for hard overclocking is testing your system with overclockable device before you will try to overclock unknown devices.
02-19-2020 03:07 PM
EniGma1987 So I just found this thread and want to give it a try. The first post is quite confusing though and seems scattered all over the place. Could someone please attempt to help me a little with the proper steps to do this mod?



I looked in device manager, and my mouse seems to be connected to the Intel USB 3.0 root hub. It seems this is correct for doing the mod? Ill attach a screenshot of my device manager to this post for verification.
I have an OC Formula Z170 motherboard, and a ReDragon M901 mouse with a PixArt 3360 sensor. Using Windows 10 64-bit v.2004
It looks like I need to download the "hidusbfn.zip" file for my version of Windows? https://github.com/LordOfMice/hidusb...r/hidusbfn.zip

I did download that one and opened it. I dont know what driver to use though. My mouse already does 1000hz no problem. I can select it in my mouse software and check that it is working properly. Mouse Checker at Zowie website says I can get up to 1000Hz and a little above just fine.
The .zip file I downloaded has 4 folders in the AMD64 directory. Is the "Intel" folder the default driver that windows uses? Or is the "1000hz" folder the default driver?
Should I be starting out trying to install the "2khz-4khz" driver?
I am confused in the OP it says "run setup.exe". What is setup.exe and where am I supposed to get it from? What am I installing? Is this thing I am supposed to install after replacing the driver what I use to select the new USB frequency?
I see in the readme it mentions having to re-apply the speed change after each boot?
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