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logitech g19 vs.cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7
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logitech g19 vs.cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7

I had the G19 for about 6 months until I swapped it recently, the quality on it really isn't great, I only bought it originally because I had a 40% off code.

I'd therefore go for the STRIKE 7, although if you're willing to spend so much on a keyboard then I don't see any reason to get either of them over a mechanical keyboard.
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Maybe like a Azio Levetron Mech5 ?
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I had the G19 for about 6 months until I swapped it recently, the quality on it really isn't great, I only bought it originally because I had a 40% off code.

This. So much.
@OP- I don't really know which "flavor" of keyboard to recommend, but definitely- if you are going to spend that much, go with mechanical. I am using a Logitech G19 as we speak (and a really damn old Dell mechanical p/s2) and the key action on the G19 for gaming, and typing- pretty much sucks. It is pretty and all, but functional, not so much- unless you count watching sensors on the little GPDisplay.
    
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Steelseries 6gv2
Cmstorm quick fire rapid cherry reds.
TT meka g1
Ozone strike (only in the UK though as its price tag is pretty steep in the us)
TT meka G unit
Or The normal tt meka if you want to save space.


Ducky keyboards are an option too as alot of people here love ducky but I've just posted gaming brands since you did want know of "gaming keyboards"

Oh also look at leopolds they are quite cheap too and reportedly have 18kro over usb, a guy like me who has a laptop and cannot use ps2 might need something like that but I dont really see the need for anything beyond 6kro since I wont be smashing the keyboard with my face.
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