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  1. Actually I had this problem with my last mouse too. One of the reason I changed my mouse was because I thought the problem is with the mouse. But now I don't think that was the issue.
  2. I don't know how to accurately explain the problem, but here it is. My mouse works perfectly when I'm doing normal work. But when I'm playing fps games, it stops working a lot. Like, when I move my mouse, the camera moves, but it is very laggy (Don't know if this is the correct word). Sometimes the problem is just noticeable. Sometimes it's extremely annoying. Other times it works fine. It's like, I'm moving my mouse, but the camera is moving and the stops moving, and then moves again, it stops for like fraction of a second, every few seconds. Sometimes the camera jumps from one place to another even when I'm moving my mouse very slowly. I can't shoot like this. I tried changing DPI settings, I thought it was driver issue, so I reinstalled windows, then I even got a new mouse (Logitech G102 Prodigy). The new mouse was working fine for a few days. But I just started having this problem again. It happens in almost all first-person games. AC, Valorant, COD etc. I even tried updating mouse driver. But I have the latest drivers. I've been having this problem for a long time now.
  3. I'm sorry for the confusion. Somehow my BIOS automatically selected the ssd as first priority as there were no other drives. Now it's running fine. I guess it's fixed
  4. I have been using a 256gb SSD as boot drive for a while along with a 1TB HDD from Toshiba. But today I decided to get another 1TB HDD to increase my storage. But when I connected everything, my pc kept giving me "No windows" error (Google It). All 3 drives are visible in BIOS. Then I pulled out the sata cables from my hard drives and my pc ran fine (except now I only have 256GB SSD storage). I checked my BIOS settings to prioritize the ssd as boot drive. But I don't see the option there. I don't know which one to choose. I'll attach a pic with all the options. There are only HDD options, but no ssd option.
  5. You really think I would get better performance from 3300x than 7600k? Would it be better than 2600? How much improvement can I expect? The thing is, when a new CPU launches, they usually cost higher here in my country. So I'm not entirely sure about Ryzen 4000. But hopefully, price of the older CPUs may come down. I'm not sure which way to go.
  6. Yes I meant 3500X. Sorry about the confusion
  7. I have been using core i5 7600k clocked to 4.6Ghz for 3 years. But seeing that 4 cores are not always enough to deliver good frames, I have decided to upgrade my CPU. I was initially going to get R5 3500XT (USD152). But then I saw some posts mentioning that 3500X performs almost same as an R5 2600 (140$). And I plan to overclock any processor I get, so the little gap between them for 10$ shouldn't be a problem. I should also include that R5 3600 cost about 192$. But I don't really want to spend too much money on the CPU right now. Would I get a noticeable upgrade in games by getting a 2600? (I use my PC mostly for gaming only). Or should I wait longer, save more money and wait for Ryzen 4000? I need overclocking abilities, so I can't go for intel as an i5 10600k costs way more than Ryzens here in my country (314$). My other specs: MSI GTX 1660 Ventus OC 12GB DDR4 RAM (8+4)GB
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