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Originally Posted by Hyp0xia View Post

Cherry MX greens don't exist.

Yes they do, but I don't think Razer has them. MX green is a PCB mount only switch used on Cherry branded keyboards as a spacebar switch on MX blue keyboards. In other words, keybards made by Cherry that use PCB mount and have MX blue switches will have an MX green switch on the spacebar. The MX green is just an MX blue with a heavier spring.
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http://deskthority.net/wiki/Cherry_MX_Green

i agree with other posters that trying and finding your medium is best.
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Cherry MX greens don't exist, except for space bars.
Please don't spread disinformation or make things up.

http://deskthority.net/wiki/Cherry_MX_Green

With that being said, I do not know of anyone who currently offers this switch. A few keyboards use this as a spacebar switch.
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post #14 of 25
My mistake then. I've partially corrected my post.
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I have a Filco Majestouch 2 with blues and use if for a typing, although probably not as much as you will be but it's wonderful to use. I also use if for a magnitude of games including fast paced FPS, RTS, RPG, etc.

I couldn't recommend one more to be honest but make sure you get the version with the switches you prefer.
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post #16 of 25
If you are okay with cherry blacks which IMO is really good for gaming (I'd put it on no.2 for me below the reds) you might try the ozone strike which is similar to the mionix zibal 60 and is made by costar and the quality of this awesome keyboard made my 6gv2 feel like a toy (a bit exaggerated but the ozone strike feels much better its heavier, the keycaps feel better, it feels sturdier and I like the costar stabilizers on this better than the cherry ones found in the 6gv2.

That being said you could also go for a cm storm quick fire rapid with browns blacks or reds and then get some PBT caps for it, it will be cheaper than filco altogether I think but of similar quality.
post #17 of 25
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MX Black average pressure is 60g

MX White average pressure is 55g, with a peak of 65g before activation.

MX Red average pressure is 45g.

MX Brown average pressure is 45g, with a peak of 55g before activation.

MX Blue average pressure is 45g, with a peak of 55g before activation.

I wanted to know what the exact pressure required to operate the keys of a standard Logitech keyboard with rubber dome.

Thx smile.gif
Edited by Frenchy - 10/12/12 at 3:00am
post #18 of 25
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Do you think red switches have better feeling for play fps/platform/jump'n'run games than black switches i like long activation distance with nice and rapid tactile bump especialy for the space key

What do you suggest me ?
Edited by Frenchy - 10/12/12 at 4:09am
post #19 of 25
You may wanna consider taking a look at DAS keyboard, they have models with blue and models with brown switches, also you can get them with no inscription in the keycaps. They also look astonishing.
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post #20 of 25
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You may wanna consider taking a look at DAS keyboard

Are there slight differences in quality strikes with Filco Keyboards ?

Play and write would it be more fun at the keys on a Filco than a DasKeyboard ?

Finally I think I will switch towards the black or red because apparently they are the best for use brutal and intensive gaming and typing. biggrin.gif
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