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|9th March 2005, 16:24||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
USB Overclock FAQ
In the last months there were a lot of discussions regarding “Overclocking the USB bus”. Hopefully in this article I will try to give you a detailed FAQ.
Every USB device is connected at 125 Hz configured by the operation system. This is the default sample rate. By my Calculation its eight mile second responds time (from the device to your computer). Increasing the USB sample rate could result in smaller response times and better device reaction:
|14th August 2005, 11:35||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2002
Well apparently anything about USB overclocking has dissapeared from their site.
Ayone else know some utilities for this?
Put brain in gear BEFORE engaging mouth.
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