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post #1421 of 1929
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The default on the Avior for me is super low, either you are using a Sargas which sucks for LOD or a hard mat. It's real low on the default with most of my cloth pads, about the same as the FK1. 3090s on the other hand...
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post #1422 of 1929
Ironically, LOD is much less of a factor for low sens anyway. Even though you're lifting a lot more you aren't going to do a 270 just by repositioning your mouse.
post #1423 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

The default on the Avior for me is super low, either you are using a Sargas which sucks for LOD or a hard mat. It's real low on the default with most of my cloth pads, about the same as the FK1. 3090s on the other hand...

Hard mat and 3.38 firmware.
post #1424 of 1929
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Because I'm constantly lifting I find high LOD highly distracting, thankfully not an issue as I play on cloth. 3310s don't really like hard mats when it comes to LOD but tracking at least is solid. May be a non-issue for some people.
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post #1425 of 1929
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I like high LoD mice personally because I know the tracking hasn't been compromised in the process of making it lower. I remember seeing Skylit say something similar too.
This is also a good point.
post #1426 of 1929
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Last time I tried it you didn't even need to do that. Just run the uploader, and it will put the mouse into bootloader mode for you then load the firmware and reboot the mouse automatically

When you say "Just run the uploader" which uploader do you mean?

In the firmware directory I see this file: AVIOR7000 firmware update software.exe Do you mean running this file?

And does this mean I don't have to follow the installation procedure listed on Mionix website, namely:

To set the mouse in to bootloader mode, please do the following:

1: Hold down the right mouse button, left mouse button and the scrollwheel button at the same time.

2: While you are holding the buttons, plug the mouse in to your USB port.

3: The logo LED and the scroll wheel LED of the mouse should now be blinking.

4: Then run the firmware update software that can be found on you desktop.
post #1427 of 1929
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Originally Posted by jcwc View Post

When you say "Just run the uploader" which uploader do you mean?

In the firmware directory I see this file: AVIOR7000 firmware update software.exe Do you mean running this file?

And does this mean I don't have to follow the installation procedure listed on Mionix website, namely:

To set the mouse in to bootloader mode, please do the following:

1: Hold down the right mouse button, left mouse button and the scrollwheel button at the same time.

2: While you are holding the buttons, plug the mouse in to your USB port.

3: The logo LED and the scroll wheel LED of the mouse should now be blinking.

4: Then run the firmware update software that can be found on you desktop.
Extract everything in the archive first then run the exe. In my experience it puts the mouse in bootloader mode for you so you don't have to do all those steps.
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post #1428 of 1929
im testing the mouse right now and mine has almost zero lod. For me its awesome. I even didnt install the Software.

Is the Driver on the homepage under SK the correct driver?
post #1429 of 1929
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Originally Posted by metal571 View Post

Extract everything in the archive first then run the exe. In my experience it puts the mouse in bootloader mode for you so you don't have to do all those steps.

You're right the exe does put the mouse in bootloader mode. But it doesn't update on the first pass. Running the exe a second time updated the firmware successfully.
post #1430 of 1929
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Strange, mine worked the first time. That's probably why they ask you to put it in bootloader mode first, just to be safe. Anyway, glad you could update.
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