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Old 04-23-2019, 02:53 PM
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Default corsair ironclaw ps/2 support and shape question ?

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does irownclaw support ps/2, because usb is trash and doesn't support msix multicore support for interrupts and cause high dpc. Also ps/2 has lower latency, than usb.
I know it doesm't check like usb, but sent instantly data as ready. Don't know how much it can send, but i am playing on 500hz anyways. PS/2 can sent 500 updates per second right ?

Second question, someone who has large hand can tell me how comfortable this mouse is ? Length me: 19 and width 12cm. Is it long enough? I have currently razer da and it is to short and extremelly thin. Because i have extremelly large hands, i am afraid my ring finger will still overlap.
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Old 04-23-2019, 03:59 PM
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"because usb is trash and doesn't support msix multicore support for interrupts and cause high dpc"

My USB controllers support MSI Line Interrupts just fine. And I wouldn't call 1ms wireless lagging.

"Also ps/2 has lower latency, than usb"

PS/2 has no latency, but requires an IRQ. PS/2 mice cannot change DPI on the fly, however, and forget about independent x/y settings.
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Old 04-23-2019, 06:24 PM
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The mouse is a USB mouse. You can connect it to PS/2 by adapter, but I'm sure you'd lose a lot of those benefits through the adapter. You would also not be able to create an iCUE connection.
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Old 04-24-2019, 01:16 PM
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What motherboard you have my doesnt support msix even for usb3 ?
So it probably doesn't evne work in ps/2.

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I have a laptop, a PowerSpec 1710 (Clevo PA70HS-G). It's an Intel 7th gen system.
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Old 04-25-2019, 07:35 PM
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So i didnt even got my answer yet. Does this mouse work in ps/2 , because a lot wont. And do you know if ps/2 support up to 500hz ?
And how confortable it is if you have hand lenth 19 and width 12cm. I hope someone with large hands could tell me i have so large hands even razer da, is very unfomfortable to thin and short even on length, my ring figer overreach.
CAn someone answer this ? And does razer ironclaw remember dpi, even if you uninstall software. Because mouse software usually cause lag. And can be mouse set to 600 dpi ? Or custom value ?

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