Fix lag on Gkeys/Macro-keys?

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    I have an Aero 15, with the 5 G-keys down the left side of the keyboard. When I create macros for them, they're surprisingly laggy. For instance, binding a key to an "m" keypress doesn't act like hitting the actual "m" key. Tapping it repeatedly will cause an "m" keypress to occur only once every second or so, and holding down the key often doesn't result in "mmmmmmmmmmmm" happening. This makes the macro keys useless for video games, because any important function I bind them takes half a second to process, meaning I can't respond quickly in-game.

    I've been using the AorusFusion software for the macros.

    Is there a way to fix this? I've tried every combination of No Delay / Fixed Delay / Auto Delay & Execute Once / Loop Mode / FRE Mode, and nothing helps. Is there a hardware limitation here? Do I need to use different macro software? CAN I use different macro software?

    Any help at all would be appreciated.

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