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How to Force 1000Hz USB Sample Rate in Windows Vista

Posted on Tuesday, September 25 2007 @ 07:13:22 CEST by


Microsoft Windows’s default USB sample rate (125Hz - 8ms response time) is surely not enough for today’s end-users. There are too many 1000Hz (1ms) patches out there, but most of them aren't supporting Windows Vista due to the new security features, especially in Vista x64. However, I found a way to do it, but I’m not taking any responsibilities for any damage, so use it at your own risk! If you’re still interested - just follow these instructions.

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