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Alright this thread is going no where so I guess it's a good time to ask you ripster what you have against PS/2?

As the #1 Keyboard Expert On The Planet I will say....

It's more complicated than the OCN Mechanical Keyboard Guide indicates.
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I agree that USB is just fine but if I have the option of PS/2 I'll take it, besides then I can start my computer from my keyboard. And with the dongle the hotswapping isn't an issue, if I do for whatever reason need to unplug my keyboards I can just pop off the dongle until my next restart.
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That's nice but you are way off topic.

Stop trolling the thread or I'll have to report you.
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Not trolling the thread, trolling you
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Pretty ineffective trolling there.

That House and Phaedrus dude could do better as well.
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As the #1 Keyboard Expert On The Planet I will say....

It's more complicated than the OCN Mechanical Keyboard Guide indicates.
Thanks for that. I was a PS/2 user until even after PS/2 keyboard/mouse are no longer in the (large part of) market, I even plugged USB mouse into PS/2 ports just to keep my USB ports free back in the days. I didn't know PS/2 is not supposed to be hotswappable.
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You have to subscribe to a $15/month membership of Navyblue to get the final answer.

Also, based on your load temps I doubt you're working on that O.C. anymore without liquid
$15 works fine for me.
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I love my IBM M13 to death. I've tried a few other mechanical switch keyboards and I bought the M1 (Piece of trash) when it was $20 but none feel as good to me as the M13. I just wish it had a Windows key.
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Ripster likes to complain about anything that's really popular in mech. keyboard enthusiast circles at a given moment. Duckies are popular? Complain about build quality. Razer BlackWidow being ripped on? Tell people to give it some slack. XArmor getting popular? Complain about build quality and website. IBM Model Fs getting popular? Tell people it's in their heads and push Filcos. ABS M1 being sold really cheap? Complain about switches and transposition errors.

He's just a contrarian, and though he's usually worth at least taking note of, don't take his word as gospel.
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i do. guys a freakin genius when it comes to keyboard knowledge
Don't boost his ego any more
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