Originally Posted by Maximillion
3090, decent sensor but LOD is high compared to newer ones.
LOD can be manually lowered by just adding multiple layers of teflon tape or gliders on top of each other, right?
Originally Posted by writer21
I thought I was the only one with this problem. I usually hold my mouse around the rear because aiming feels more natural with the sensor further up. I also feel I can move and do swipes and twitch shots faster and better this way.
I too thought I was very alone about thinking this way. If you start to investigate in how to improve your aim this is probably one of the first things you will notice. Most people don't care about investigating the roots of how aiming really works. They just put their hand on the mouse and if it is comfortable they think everything's good and they will try to improve their aim by playing DM and other gamemodes for aim improvement. But it's not enough.
It's a sensor that you move, okay. How should I grip it? Well, probably with your fingertips as those are the most accurate part of your body that can do very fine adjustments. Where should I place my fingers? Probably as close to the sensor as possible. I even went so far that I glued a pencil exactly on top of the sensor of a DA and the idea was to hold the pencil, shoot with the S key on the keyboard or some other key (I never had time to test this). Everything failed because the mouse stopped working after I glued the damn pencil to it... Actually the mouse works but the sensor is completely dead. No I didn't put glue on the sensor, I'm not a ******* retard. I think the hot glue might have burned some components which made the sensor die. Not sure though.