Originally Posted by trism
But why? It already looks to be quite high up in the Tournament Pro considering it has a wide butt.
Probably because the sensor is much smaller and there is no point of making an over-sized PCB.
Originally Posted by reddy89
Where is Nilizum at? He seems to know the optimal sensor position based on the shape of the mouse. For the classic ergo, I believe he said it was 2-3mm below what it should be.
Originally Posted by Jonagold
There is actually no benefit of having sensor positioning too far upfront.. I have tested it with modded mice and sensor position is mostly something that you get used to.. Having it too far up will make your wrist aiming less accurate and having it too far back will suppress the are of movement you can do purely with your wrist..
It has a huge impact on your recoil control because 99% of us are using wrist muscle-memory for that..
Isn't his suggestion purely based off a theory he has?
I rather have the sensor as far forward as the sensor being used allows. There is less movement necessary this way, which means it's faster and reduces effort throughout your play session. You can utilize more of your wrist for more consistent tracking.
I think it's much more beneficial, in a game like GO, to have the sensor far forward. Targets are very small and players strafe constantly. The lower your sensitivity the more effort and speed is required. You might start to move your mouse to fast to properly control it when players are strafing constantly. Flick shots are much easier when you use your wrist, the same goes for controlling the recoil. Small corrections after a flick is easier when you just have to nudge the mouse a tiny distance.