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Author:  Bacon [ 03-24-2014 08:49 AM ]
Post subject:  Mouse problems.

Simply put: Windows 7, in full screen, there is no problems. However, if I use window mode in almost any game, the game will drop to 1-5 fps if I turn the mouse too fast. If I walk forward in said games, without touching the mouse, its a constant stable full fps. Anyone have any clue what this is? I've tried the mouse in many other computers and have the same issue. Google has nothing. The problem goes away if I use cheaper/older mice (like mx518). :mad:

Thanks.

Author:  SoM [ 03-24-2014 10:38 AM ]
Post subject:  Re: Mouse problems.

u sure it's the mouse ?

did googlin and i read anything from affinity to vsync

in windowed mode give the game a higher priority, see if it helps

Author:  Captain Mazda [ 03-24-2014 11:38 AM ]
Post subject:  Re: Mouse problems.

Do you have SetPoint installed? Check the polling rate in the settings, a high rate might overload a weaker CPU.

Author:  obsidian [ 03-24-2014 12:23 PM ]
Post subject:  Re: Mouse problems.

You've mentioned the model of mouse that works, but failed to mentioned the model of the one that doesn't.

Author:  Bacon [ 03-25-2014 12:21 PM ]
Post subject:  Re: Mouse problems.

SoM wrote:
u sure it's the mouse ?

did googlin and i read anything from affinity to vsync

in windowed mode give the game a higher priority, see if it helps


Positive, tried 3 other different mice and nothing.

Captain Mazda wrote:
Do you have SetPoint installed? Check the polling rate in the settings, a high rate might overload a weaker CPU.


I'm running a 4th generation i7, but i'll check that out anyways.

obsidian wrote:
You've mentioned the model of mouse that works, but failed to mentioned the model of the one that doesn't.


My bad, it's a Steelseries Sensei.

Thanks for the quick reply guys.

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