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Good casual gaming keyboard

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What is it like as a casual gaming keyboard? My brother and I are considering getting one for our new rig.
    
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Intel i5 3570 (non-K) AsRock B75M  Sapphire HD7870 Ghz edition OC 8GB 1333Mhz Patroit 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
500GB Seagate Super WriteMaster Optical Drive Stock Windows 7 Home premium 
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24'' ASUS HD Monitor Razer Arctosa Coolermaster Extreme 2 525 w Coolermaster Elite 371 USB 3.0 
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Razer Death Adder 
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Saitek Eclipse II is a keyboard that came to mind. Relatively cheap and has back lighting.
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With the budget that comes to mind for a "casual gamer", you basically have to choose between a rubber dome board with good KRO , or a cheap mechanical with 2kro. Example: Sidewinder X4 with rubber domes, Cherry G80 for mechanical.

Depends a bit on the type of gaming you do. If FPS are your main genre, get one with good KRO, for RTS (especially SC2) and typing the mechanical may be better.

Although i have to say that i did a lot of semi-competetive gaming on a inexpensive Cherry G83 which is just a no-frills office keyboard with 2kro. It is one of the nicest feeling rubber dome keyboards, though.
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