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post #691 of 1069
No, I have not had issues of that sorts with mine.
However, a old ABS M mechanical I had a few years back had that issue. The PCB inside of it had died and would cause similar issues.
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Thanks for that. I am RMA-ing it Monday. Now it doesn't even work at all.redface.gif
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I hope your RMA goes smooth. Cooler Master has been good to me here in the states. I hope the service makes it way to you.
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post #694 of 1069
I am slooooowly getting used to the reds. I constantly broom out while typing, not sure if I am supposed to do that or not. Kind of wonder if I should have gotten browns instead but it is my first mechanical board. The first round of cs go I missed my rubber dome board but now I am getting used to how fast it responds to key presses and I am beginning to really enjoy it.
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post #695 of 1069
Quote:
Originally Posted by raisinbun View Post

So am I the second person here to have a QFR in grey case with the imsto thick PBT dyesub retro keycap set? biggrin.gif

Did this at first just to compare difference between the 2 sets of keycaps

Wow! Where did you get this retro set???
post #696 of 1069
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Originally Posted by cajd83 View Post

Hello All, Has any one here had an issue where the Quickfire rapid would stop working and you have to unplug it for approx 2 hours and then re plug it in and maybe it starts working again. thats the issue I am having ATM. Anyone else experienced this?
It must either be something with the drivers and/or the mini-usb port on the back of the keyboard. I just got my RMA replacement today and it took me a month for the whole process. Just be sure if you are going to RMA it that you get a confirmation number for your package. That way you'll know when your keyboard arrives there and so that they can't say they never received it. Additionally it helped a lot to when it came to pushing the staff over there in their RMA department to do something about my keyboard. It was literally sitting there in their place for a week doing nothing. I had to call them after a week so that they would check that my keyboard was there and a week after I posted in the forums to get them to ship the thing. I don't know if that's typical, but it just made me a little frustrated how I had to oversee the RMA process a little bit.

The one thing that is bothering me is the feel of my new replacement. Did they perhaps use new keycaps for the CM Storm QFR blues? I can't quite explain how its different but the way it sounds doesn't feel right. Maybe I've just forgotten how they have sounded for over a month of not having them or maybe I just haven't "broken into" them yet.
Edited by Sovano - 9/17/12 at 1:34pm
post #697 of 1069
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Originally Posted by phinix-mike View Post

Wow! Where did you get this retro set???

They were available from imsto's groupbuys on DT/GH, but I dunno if there will be any future groupbuy any more... I was lucky to have a local vendor who imported it from imsto.
post #698 of 1069
http://www.overclock.net/t/1305321/defective-left-alt-coolermaster-quickfire-pro-sgk-4010-gkcm1-us/0_100#post_18201390

Two brand new keyboards...both broken out of box.
I recommend you stay far away.

And just for clarification the model that has been griefing me:
Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid - Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Red CHERRY MX Switches
http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-Storm-QuickFire-Rapid/dp/B007VDLVD4/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1348256793&sr=8-3&keywords=coolermaster+quickfire+pro+red
SGK-4000-GKCR1-US



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Originally Posted by Cancer View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1305321/defective-left-alt-coolermaster-quickfire-pro-sgk-4010-gkcm1-us/0_100#post_18201390

Two brand new keyboards...both broken out of box.
I recommend you stay far away.

You have a different keyboard than the one in the OP. This thread is about the original tenkeyless QuickFire Rapid.

You have the full version with tenkey QuickFire Pro. They are totally different keyboards.

QuickFire Rapid:


Edited by Riou - 9/21/12 at 12:59am
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Updated to reflect the specific model.
Though I personally won't be bothering with any CM Keyboards....ever again.
    
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