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post #1 of 11
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Well i got a couple questions?
1. and help with getting game applets for the lcd screen on the g510?

2.is the razor arctosa any good for gaming?
post #2 of 11
1. Not my fortay...
2. The razer arctosa is not a very good gaming keyboard i would get a mechanical keyboard. if you like led back-lights i would get the ducky shine or Ducky DK1087 if you dont need lights. if your JUST gaming get Cherry MX Blacks if you are gaming and typing get Cherry MX Browns and if you just typing get Cherry MX Blues.
Edited by UltraHoboLord - 12/15/11 at 6:48pm
post #3 of 11
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ok thanks well i am getting from futureshop as last night i bought the g510 but the keys are really stiff and not to much support for lcd screen but the screen rocks for aida64 tells me temps volts everyhing but fps and afterburner does that.... not looking at mechanical the price is alot.. are they really worth it... what about Razer Lycosa or Microsoft SideWinder USB Keyboard (X4 or SteelSeries Merc Stealth. plz would like help by tm or should i deal with it and brake in the g510
post #4 of 11
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Originally Posted by skyline_king88 View Post

not looking at mechanical the price is alot.. are they really worth it...

You will never want to type on rubber domes again after you start using a mechanical. Also mechanical keyboards aren't much more than you probably just paid for the G510. But they aren't going to come with that LCD screen or whatever gamer thing.
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post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by Jeff78 View Post

You will never want to type on rubber domes again after you start using a mechanical. Also mechanical keyboards aren't much more than you probably just paid for the G510. But they aren't going to come with that LCD screen or whatever gamer thing.

yah and i dont want to order online and i paid 99.99plus tax was like 113 and lcd aint a big deal just good reaction time and wired.. i hate wireless
post #6 of 11
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Originally Posted by skyline_king88 View Post

ok thanks well i am getting from futureshop as last night i bought the g510 but the keys are really stiff and not to much support for lcd screen but the screen rocks for aida64 tells me temps volts everyhing but fps and afterburner does that.... not looking at mechanical the price is alot.. are they really worth it... what about Razer Lycosa or Microsoft SideWinder USB Keyboard (X4 or SteelSeries Merc Stealth. plz would like help by tm or should i deal with it and brake in the g510

I would stay away from Razer and Steel Series keyboards due to quality issues. the best quality ive seen is the ducky shine thats why i recommend it. biggrin.gif

Note: i own a Razer Nostromo and love it its mostly the full keyboards that people have problems with.
post #7 of 11
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what are them hand things like for logitech has a g13 and it has the little joy sticks and lcd screen and micro keys... are the for gaming and i can use a normal keyboard for internet i can get one for 70 bucks.
post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by skyline_king88 View Post

what are them hand things like for logitech has a g13 and it has the little joy sticks and lcd screen and micro keys... are the for gaming and i can use a normal keyboard for internet i can get one for 70 bucks.
The Razer Nostromo is pretty much the same thing but the design fits your hand better. I have it so I can have a keyboard JUST for typing (ducky shine cherry MX blues) and that for gaming.
post #9 of 11
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ok i might have to take look a the logitech one and deal with my cheap old 10$ keyboard for typing... and get the logitech g300 for better keys for skyrim... are the keyboards good for skyrim/ if you play it?thumb.gif
post #10 of 11
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Originally Posted by UltraHoboLord View Post

The Razer Nostromo is pretty much the same thing but the design fits your hand better. I have it so I can have a keyboard JUST for typing (ducky shine cherry MX blues) and that for gaming.

+rep for the quick help tho thanks
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