Long time problem I've been facing

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cursed-gamer
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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by cursed-gamer » 09 Jun 2024, 12:57

widow13 wrote: ↑
09 Jun 2024, 04:31
So everything has been fixed after I changed my ethernet cable and bought a double conversion UPS.
Haven't had any issues for weeks, even a temporary pc I've been using that has low fps(100-150) compared to main that has 400-600 has been working smoothly.
For weeks? On 30th of May you posted a comment that your double conversion UPS arrived.

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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by widow13 » 10 Jun 2024, 05:23

cursed-gamer wrote: ↑
09 Jun 2024, 12:57
widow13 wrote: ↑
09 Jun 2024, 04:31
So everything has been fixed after I changed my ethernet cable and bought a double conversion UPS.
Haven't had any issues for weeks, even a temporary pc I've been using that has low fps(100-150) compared to main that has 400-600 has been working smoothly.
For weeks? On 30th of May you posted a comment that your double conversion UPS arrived.
28* of may it arrived, which roughly makes it 2 weeks. Plus the issue was better before that by the change of the ethernet cable, so that makes it around 3 weeks.
I'll update again if anything changes.
Not really advising anyone to buy a UPS, what worked for me may not work for you. Just sharing my experience.
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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by widow13 » 10 Jun 2024, 05:26

TN_fun wrote: ↑
09 Jun 2024, 09:51
widow13 wrote: ↑
09 Jun 2024, 04:31
So everything has been fixed after I changed my ethernet cable and bought a double conversion UPS.
Haven't had any issues for weeks, even a temporary pc I've been using that has low fps(100-150) compared to main that has 400-600 has been working smoothly.
tell me the model ethernet cable and UPS you bought. thanks
I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.

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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by F1zus » 10 Jun 2024, 18:40

widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 05:26

I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.
Interesting message. Tell me, did your mouse sensitivity differ between day and night?
Usually, with dirty electricity, the mouse appears heavy and sticky during the day. At night the mouse feels light and literally glides across the ice.
After purchasing a UPS, do you always have the same feeling (sensitivity) of the mouse?

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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by widow13 » 10 Jun 2024, 19:55

F1zus wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 18:40
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 05:26

I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.
Interesting message. Tell me, did your mouse sensitivity differ between day and night?
Usually, with dirty electricity, the mouse appears heavy and sticky during the day. At night the mouse feels light and literally glides across the ice.
After purchasing a UPS, do you always have the same feeling (sensitivity) of the mouse?
Not only during day and night, sometimes feeling would change even after restarting PC.
Mouse has been consistent since buying the UPS.

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F1zus
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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by F1zus » 11 Jun 2024, 01:47

widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 19:55
F1zus wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 18:40
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 05:26

I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.
Interesting message. Tell me, did your mouse sensitivity differ between day and night?
Usually, with dirty electricity, the mouse appears heavy and sticky during the day. At night the mouse feels light and literally glides across the ice.
After purchasing a UPS, do you always have the same feeling (sensitivity) of the mouse?
Not only during day and night, sometimes feeling would change even after restarting PC.
Mouse has been consistent since buying the UPS.
I have the same situation. If I restart the computer several times, my mouse becomes faster.
It's like a roller coaster, every time I turn on the PC I don't know what the mouse will feel like. It's hard to get used to.
I already tried an online voltage stabilizer, but with it the difference in mouse responsiveness remained.
Now I'm going to choose the best UPS based on its filling and buy it for testing.

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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by kirgo1337 » 11 Jun 2024, 02:29

widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 19:55
F1zus wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 18:40
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 05:26

I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.
Interesting message. Tell me, did your mouse sensitivity differ between day and night?
Usually, with dirty electricity, the mouse appears heavy and sticky during the day. At night the mouse feels light and literally glides across the ice.
After purchasing a UPS, do you always have the same feeling (sensitivity) of the mouse?
Not only during day and night, sometimes feeling would change even after restarting PC.
Mouse has been consistent since buying the UPS.
You can see what mode your UPS is operating in and let me know.

spkii
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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by spkii » 11 Jun 2024, 02:47

I think is more related to the UTP cable change than UPS change.. I changed my Ethernet cable and every time i move it or move the router, sensibility changes after 1 hour or 2 on the computer.

widow13
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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by widow13 » 11 Jun 2024, 15:04

F1zus wrote: ↑
11 Jun 2024, 01:47
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 19:55
F1zus wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 18:40
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 05:26

I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.
Interesting message. Tell me, did your mouse sensitivity differ between day and night?
Usually, with dirty electricity, the mouse appears heavy and sticky during the day. At night the mouse feels light and literally glides across the ice.
After purchasing a UPS, do you always have the same feeling (sensitivity) of the mouse?
Not only during day and night, sometimes feeling would change even after restarting PC.
Mouse has been consistent since buying the UPS.
I have the same situation. If I restart the computer several times, my mouse becomes faster.
It's like a roller coaster, every time I turn on the PC I don't know what the mouse will feel like. It's hard to get used to.
I already tried an online voltage stabilizer, but with it the difference in mouse responsiveness remained.
Now I'm going to choose the best UPS based on its filling and buy it for testing.
Best of luck, hope you fix it too.

widow13
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Re: Long time problem I've been facing

Post by widow13 » 11 Jun 2024, 15:05

kirgo1337 wrote: ↑
11 Jun 2024, 02:29
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 19:55
F1zus wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 18:40
widow13 wrote: ↑
10 Jun 2024, 05:26

I have a Powerwalker VFI 1000 TG UPS On-Line 1000VA 900W
The ethernet is a PANDUIT cat6 UTP 24AWG

Think about it before proceeding tho, what worked for me may not work for you.
I bought it because my PC is expensive and I wanted protection for it either way.
Interesting message. Tell me, did your mouse sensitivity differ between day and night?
Usually, with dirty electricity, the mouse appears heavy and sticky during the day. At night the mouse feels light and literally glides across the ice.
After purchasing a UPS, do you always have the same feeling (sensitivity) of the mouse?
Not only during day and night, sometimes feeling would change even after restarting PC.
Mouse has been consistent since buying the UPS.
You can see what mode your UPS is operating in and let me know.
I run it on line mode. That's the one you should run it.

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