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Random unbelievable input lag.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Years ago I had issues with input lag.

 

Actually it had been fine for a long while now even with other issues.

 

Left my PC on last night and went to play apex. Was greeted to INSANE input latency on both my mouse and keyboard for apparently no reason.

 

I DDU'd the drivers nad installed them again to no avail.

 

It feels like V-sync x10.

 

What?

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did you by chance update windows? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, mbntr said:

did you by chance update windows? 

No but there was an antivirus definition update yesterday

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Just now, johndole25 said:

No but there was an antivirus definition update yesterday

well, try to revert it


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6 minutes ago, johndole25 said:

How do you do that for definition updates?

What antivirus? Most antiviruses won't let you revert updates for what I assume are fairly obvious reasons.

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, pythonmegapixel said:

What antivirus? Most antiviruses won't let you revert updates for what I assume are fairly obvious reasons.

 

Windows, cant really see it being that though

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3 hours ago, johndole25 said:

Guessing nobody has any idea?

Well last resort would be to reinstall Windows, you can do that by safe resetting it. I would do a fresh reset/install to make sure to get rid of any nasty stuff you wouldn't want anymore and the Anti Virus itself. I wouldn't reinstall the Anti Virus if you would want to do that before you made sure your system was stable and able to play the game without any problems. Also can you list me your specs, just to make sure it can play Valorant in the first place. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 hours ago, Pascal... said:

Well last resort would be to reinstall Windows, you can do that by safe resetting it. I would do a fresh reset/install to make sure to get rid of any nasty stuff you wouldn't want anymore and the Anti Virus itself. I wouldn't reinstall the Anti Virus if you would want to do that before you made sure your system was stable and able to play the game without any problems. Also can you list me your specs, just to make sure it can play Valorant in the first place. 

Don't really want o re-install windows for thing alike this, I need to get to the root of it. Why is it suddenly happening. The game runs at above 140fps but there is horrendous input lag almost like v-sync is forced on.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 hours ago, Pascal... said:

Well last resort would be to reinstall Windows, you can do that by safe resetting it. I would do a fresh reset/install to make sure to get rid of any nasty stuff you wouldn't want anymore and the Anti Virus itself. I wouldn't reinstall the Anti Virus if you would want to do that before you made sure your system was stable and able to play the game without any problems. Also can you list me your specs, just to make sure it can play Valorant in the first place. 

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