This could be caused by poorly written mouse control software. For a test I would try removing this software and use the default Microsoft mouse driver. Try moving your mouse around again and watch for any MHz changes. Just curious. Not sure if there is any way to adjust DPI with the default Microsoft driver.sometimes my mouse sensitivity works fluently, and sometimes there is slowdown such as input lag
Good to know.Your log file shows lots of EDP throttling. What laptop model do you have?
To try to fix this problem, open the FIVR window and set IccMax for both the core and the cache to the maximum value, 255.75.
In the TPL window set Power Limit 4 to a value of 0. Also check the MMIO Lock box near the top right.
This tells the CPU to ignore the primary current limit registers.
While Cinebench is in progress, the C0% should be at or very close to 100.0% the whole time. If you are using R23 and you have it set to do a 10 minute stress test, it is normal for the C0% to momentarily drop between each image that it completes. As soon as it starts working again on the next image, the C0% goes back up to the max. Show me a log file while Cinebench is running if you have any questions.the c0% values were not constant 100%, sometimes 94 sometimes 97, is this a problem?
Is the mouse moving smoother while in game?i deleted two programs and mouse mhz doesn't drop anymore.thanks.