I did install chipset drivers first and then Nvidia drivers. Mouse is now heavy and there is high input lag! I read similar things on forums years ago. Do I even need chipset drivers for anything realistically? Could this improve gaming performance, or stability? Are there any benefits for gaming? Because I hate this mouse feel right now!!!
Thanks for answer.
Chipset drivers take care of the fundamentals on the mobo. You need them if you don't want generic windows drivers doing things slowly.
What have you tried to resolve the issue? Did you disable acceleration? Did you reintall your mouse drivers? make and model of your mouse? What is your mobo?
Could just be coincidence and if wireless mouse the batteries are either low or the receiver is too far away.
I am with you empleat, I noticed now after a furious of testings after I've done everything that the final crack down was uninstalling the Intel SMBUS driver, and the mouse was instantly improved by 10000%.
I hope that help you.
I kept all other drivers, I just uninstalled them without uninstalling the driver it self just uninstall device, and tested the mouse movement without restarting, there was no need to restart for these drivers. I uninstalled also
Intel Host Bridge/Dram Registeres, Intel LPC Controllers/eSPI Controller, Intel LPSS: I2C Controller, Intel Shared SRAM, Intel SPI Flash Controller