Question 116391, Mouse grips: How much will I benefit from using a claw or fingertip grip over a palm grip, and is it worth the additional fatigue?, has been closed as not a real question, despite my efforts to make the question more specific. What do I need to add to the question to allow for it to be reopened?
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I've been reading about several different ways to use a mouse for gaming, including palm, claw, and fingertip grips. I understand that the claw and fingertip grips allow for more precise movement and faster button presses than the palm grip, but how much of a difference in game-play performance can I expect, as measured by K/D ratios or other similar metrics? Is this worth the additional fatigue?
This isn't something that can be objectively measured at all. There's nothing that says, "Palm grip will double your K/D ratio". Each person is different, and will act differently with different grips.
For example, I'm pretty good at super-clicking, but I suck at precision while doing so. In order to compensate, I hold down the mouse with my left hand, and mash that click for all I'm worth with my right; does that mean I'm better with a claw grip? Or a fingertip grip? I dunno.
It's a very individual metric, and I don't think it's one we can put an objective value on.
Maybe closing it as Not A Real Question wasn't the correct reason; it should be Not Constructive, as I don't think there's any expertise we can use to answer it.
Everything below the "Edit" mark is a good question that sounds like an expert asking other experts for advice. It doesn't need anything added at this point – it needs the original "let me google that for you" seeding question above the edit mark removed and a title edit to describe the remaining problem.