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Update: Decided to go for a new one instead, and I managed to find a sale at Best Buy for $5 less than the best online price. The keys are much better, they do have a bit of leeway where they won't register, but it's no longer a problem for gaming or anything else. I still enjoy the linear feel of the keys, glad I stuck with the same one.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post


Anyway, this is a sign of the keyboard wearing out.

To get on this old thread I got to say that the G510 keyboard has issues. I've googled and searched around and I found numerous reports that the keys are hard to press and not responsive. I can personally second that opinion. It sucks as a keyboard. The only fix they had was a firmware update that eased the symptoms but did not solve it 100%. When gaming I find that the key strokes overload the buffer and I loose control of what direction I'm going. I just plugged in my old Keytronic ps/2 mechanical keyboard in its place to troubleshoot an occasional delay I get typing in forums. So far so good. Very responsive. I also doubt doing an RMA is going to do anything.

Thanks.
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