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post #11 of 24
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@itz.clint I will.

@Paradigm84 Trigger - Quick Fire Pro - Quick Fire TK....what do you think of red ?

Thanks
post #12 of 24
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@itz.clint I will.

@Paradigm84 Trigger - Quick Fire Pro - Quick Fire TK....what do you think of red ?

Thanks

Well, would you like a TKL board or a full size one?
post #13 of 24
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Well, would you like a TKL board or a full size one?

full size
post #14 of 24
Reds are the lightest cherry switch. The resting pressure of your hands will likely depress the keys, if you want to imagine how light they are. The ideal way to type on a mechanical keyboard is to avoid bottoming out. Mech switches trigger before the key physically hits the bottom of the keyboard, which is why there is a slight bump in the key, to provide feedback that the key press has registered.

I'd still say that browns are the best switch for a first mechanical keyboard. The tactile bump on browns are very subtle, and the switch is already quite light (especially compared to rubber domes. browns will already take maybe a week of getting used to). Unless you're fairly sure that you like ultra-light linear switches (or play pro level RTS), I'd go with browns.
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post #15 of 24
If you want a keyboard that has the functionality of a full sized keyboard, along with the compact size of a ten-keyless, the Cooler Master QuickFire TK might be worth looking into.
post #16 of 24
i got the reds and i notice i miss type on them, but i have to read what i type. i like the sound of red i need rubber washers to quite it down more. i picked reds tho for lower sound as i game @ night and type aswell in the bed room and with a newborn, you can go to wasdkeyboads and pick a set that that has all keys types and washers for 10 $ ,
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post #17 of 24
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@mechtech oh that light....will go for brown many thanks.

@xD4rkFire thanks checking now.

@GfhTattoo thanks and congratulation on the new baby....I wonder how mechanic boards will be after 10 years !!
post #18 of 24
Don't get red go for brown.

I have both. Gaming is awesome on browns, reds feel weird. More for FPS hardcore gamers perhaps.
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post #19 of 24
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Don't get red go for brown.

I have both. Gaming is awesome on browns, reds feel weird. More for FPS hardcore gamers perhaps.

will get brown many thanks
post #20 of 24
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