Question Mouse suddelny moves faster than previously

kubatbg11

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Sep 30, 2018
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MOBO: AsRock Z370 Pro4
CPU:Intel i7 8700
RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V 3000mhz CL15
GPU: EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2
PSU: EVGA G3 650W
OS: Windows 10 1909 18363.535
A few days ago my mouse has become faster than before. I've got Steelseries Rival 600. I disabled enhance mouse precision in Windows and all accelerations in Steelseries software. Im not sure if it happend after windows update or not. I reinstalled my Windows and restored BIOS to factory settings and it didn't help. I also checked another Rival 600 from my friend and its the same.
 
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Ralston18

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Update your post to include full hardware specs and OS.

"I disabled enhance mouse precision in Windows and all accelerations in Steelseries software. " Was that before or after the mouse began moving faster?

What particular problem is being created by a faster mouse?

Mouse drivers: were they downloaded via the manufacturer's website and are up-to-date?

May have been some update or patch the brought the mouse up to the speed that it should have been....
 

kubatbg11

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Sep 30, 2018
6
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510
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Update your post to include full hardware specs and OS.

"I disabled enhance mouse precision in Windows and all accelerations in Steelseries software. " Was that before or after the mouse began moving faster?

What particular problem is being created by a faster mouse?

Mouse drivers: were they downloaded via the manufacturer's website and are up-to-date?

May have been some update or patch the brought the mouse up to the speed that it should have been....
I disabled all accelerations before mosue began moving faster.
The problem is ,that mouse is moving faster and it feels weird. I had to lower my sensitivity 2 times in game and still it feels faster. The mouse feels fast when im doing small movements. It is really hard to aim now.

I updated my all drivers which I downloaded from steelseries.com.
 

Ralston18

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The intent is not to disable the options in Game Mode or Gaming bar but to check them.

More specifically:

"WIN" + "I" > Ease of Access > Mouse > Change other mouse options > Additional mouse options > Mouse Properties Window > Pointer options

Adjust mouse speed.

Shortcut: Type "mouse speed" into the "Type here to search box".
 

kubatbg11

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Sep 30, 2018
6
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510
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The intent is not to disable the options in Game Mode or Gaming bar but to check them.

More specifically:

"WIN" + "I" > Ease of Access > Mouse > Change other mouse options > Additional mouse options > Mouse Properties Window > Pointer options

Adjust mouse speed.

Shortcut: Type "mouse speed" into the "Type here to search box".
I always use 6/11 mouse pointer speed
 

Ralston18

Titan
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Have you experimented with other settings?

6/11 may no longer be viable per se due to hardware and driver changes.

Just make small, one at a time changes, reboot as necessary, and test the mouse in a consistent manner; for example play the game where the sudden speeds are most predominant.
 

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