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That suck for some but can you tell me more about this keyboard and the MX Green switches, if you could help
http://www.cmstore-usa.com/quickfire-rapid-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-green-switch/

We have both the rapids and triggers with the limited edition Green switch.

This is my absolute favorite switch. I personally decided to take the risk of bringing these in, other regions refused because its currently not a cost effective solution (Greens are $$$$$)

Anyway, they are the best of both worlds in my opinion. You get the wonderful satisfying click like the blues, which is fantastic when working (You just sound so productive when doing anything), coupled with a stiffer spring.

The stiffer spring really helps give is a similar feeling to a buckling spring than any other cherry i have tried.

The stiffer spring also has a very reactive feeling, so the return rate is much like the black spring which makes it a fantastic gaming switch as well.


For me, i have been using greens for months now and refuse to use anything else.... including the topre boards laying off to my side.

Cherry MX Green RipOmeters at 80g.

It's a Mr. T switch.

http://imgur.com/a/RJqM4#0
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Are these shipping yet? I'm dying to see a review.
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Are these shipping yet? I'm dying to see a review.
Yes for $99
http://www.amazon.com/CM-Storm-QuickFire-Mechanical-SGK-4020-GKCL1-US/dp/B00A378L4C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1352809930&sr=8-1&keywords=cm+quickfire+TK
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thanks my dude will update the thread
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So from now on, whats the difference between the CM trigger and the quickfire TK ? (only the 5 macro key to the left and the wrist rest)
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So from now on, whats the difference between the CM trigger and the quickfire TK ? (only the 5 macro key to the left and the wrist rest)
It mostly have to do with the size, is the same size as a tenkeyless keyboard but with a number pad which many people use everyday and still have a space saving keyboard

sorry Krame for the image i took
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If Anyone knows if a cherry red version for sale in the U.S. could u post it biggrin.gif. Thanks brothers!
    
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http://www.cmstore-usa.com/quickfire-tk-mechanical-gaming-keyboard/

Only browns are not available since logitech bought the world's supply of brown switches.
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post #60 of 329
Hey Carter, can you comment on the OEM and stabilizers of the TK?

Also, you said in another thread that CM will not be using iOne again, but that the quickfire pro was still a good keyboard. What aspect do you not like about the iOne. I am just trying to figure this all out because I have narrowed my search for a mech keyboard down to the quickfire, qf pro, or quickfire tk. Thanks.
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