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Old 12-24-2008, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dno if its been posted but heres an amazing guide to get the best out of your mouse, and to get the best settings : CS:S Mouse Optimization Guide - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

before i went through it my mouse with move from pixel to pixel in a weird way, like it misses one out, or it jerks, but after it my mouse is completely smooth, and i love it, it feels more responsive and just all round better, enjoy.
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Wow, that is a huge guide! How could there be so much stuff to tweak on a mouse?
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No way I'm going to risk frying my USB ports and/or my $90 mouse by overclocking the USB.
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Nice post.
So say you have a mouse with specs that say its response time is 1000Hz. Do you HAVE to OC you usb to get that response time? If you don't does it stay at 125Hz rate?
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No way I'm going to risk frying my USB ports and/or my $90 mouse by overclocking the USB.
Mouse benchmarking?

Brilliant

Although mine could do with some decent batteries....

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Polling at 1000MHz with 4000DPI... I'm just fine as is.
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Polling at 1000MHz with 4000DPI... I'm just fine as is.
Same, only with 3200DPI.
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Same, only with 3200DPI.
same but i was running logitech sensitivity lower than 5 so it was causing negative acceleration and pixel skipping, so i put it on 5 (default) in the logitech panel and its so smooth now
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Same. Gotta love the Lachesis, eh?
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sounds like these people had a little too much time on their hands
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