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Mouse stutter when I move it too fast. Tried everything...

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#1 ps2cho


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Posted 08 October 2017 - 08:57 PM

Hi guys,


First up is my computer specs:

AMD Ryzen 5 1600

ASRock Fatal1ty x370 ITX,



Corsair 550VX

Windows 10


Problem: If I move the mouse too fast in BOTH windows, AND games, it stutters and stops moving across the screen. It is most pronounced in games though. If I load a video and move the mouse L/R really fast, it will do it.

It BEGAN when I upgraded to Ryzen 5, I did a clean windows install. I had a 7-yr old i5-2500k that NEVER had this issue. The only parts I upgraded were CPU, Mobo, RAM and power supply. Rest of parts were carried over.-


What I've Tried

-Reinstalled windows 10 3x, all three are CLEAN installs after full reformat. It will do it on a CLEAN operating system, right away, so I feel like this is a hardware problem, but I don't know how to figure it out?

-CPU usage is normal, 30-40%, does not spike when the mouse stutters

-Replaced the mouse with a new Logitech G703. Using a backup mouse same thing, so its not mouse-related.

-Slowly moving the mouse, and everything is fine, but if I have to spin around fast, it bugs out on me.

-No FPS loss, No crashes, I get 200+ FPS on CS:GO.

-Drivers up to date, Windows up to date.


Here is a video showing the problem in action:


Totally lost and frustrated at this point...I don't know what to try.

Edited by ps2cho, 08 October 2017 - 08:58 PM.

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 12:24 PM

Figured it out -- I needed to calibrate to the mousepad in the Logitech software. Never heard of this before, but seems to be working fine now!

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