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Started by Coldblackice, October 31, 2013, 04:27:49 PM
Quote from: BenYeeHua on October 31, 2013, 05:11:32 PMNo idea, but it can be they are managing your mouse raw input data, just like my touchpad, my touchpad software also having a high CPU usage, as they get control for it, for speed up the moving speed, difference scrolling speed between program, supporting more than 2 fingers etc.So, you can(from recommend to not so recommend)1.Let Process Lasso ignore it, exclude it from restraint2.Switch to Logitech Gaming Software(LGS) if you are using gaming mouse3.Disable anything that will speed up/slow down your mouse, it is the software mouse acceleration don't optimize enough and biting your CPU4.Switch to another mouse(just kidding , but this is the best ways if you are out of choose, and you want to getting other mouse that having better driver optimize+function+support)5.Get a better CPUI think you can try disable the mouse acceleration to see how's going, as they taking away the point to point accurate from your mouse, if your mouse support >1600 dpi, disable it will not taking any bad effect for you.Just try it. PS:Why am I saying no idea, but I can giving so many choose just with a guess, that strange.
QuoteAny thoughts on what the net effect would be if I ignored it in PL?
Quotemouse use was GPU accelerated.
Quote from: Official Support on November 16, 2013, 02:12:44 PMSetPoint is most likely actually being a big CPU consumer, though maybe just in spurts. When CPU use occurs in bursts, as it often does, the overall average use can remain low - but during select periods, the CPU use is high. A recent update to SetPoint listed a fix for excessive CPU consumption, so maybe you were affected by that bug in SetPoint.
Quote from: edkiefer on November 18, 2013, 07:10:24 AMdo you really need to load mouse software now adays . I know for high refresh rates and if mouse supports macro's or has lots of buttons .How many buttons does windows support in win7/8 ?I would hope they raised it to at least 4-5 .PS: I use old 3 button so don't know (really should pick a new one up )
Quote from: edkiefer on November 18, 2013, 07:10:24 AMdo you really need to load mouse software now adays .