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    OC'ing PS/2?

    I heard about this somewhere, how would I do it? TIA
    I dont know... I just dont.

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    I really don't know, but maybe you could get some info in the OCing forum.

    Anyway, why would you like to do such a thing? (just curious)

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    If you're trying to bump the refresh rate of a PS/2 mouse port, PS/2 Rate is what you want.
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    If you're running Windows2000, that program won't work. To top it off, if you installed Windows2000 ACPI, the refresh can't be adjusted above 100Hz. The best software is Logitech Mouseware. It has real-time refresh rate adjustments, doesn't need to be loaded at startup and I'd imagine it works in Windows2k.

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