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Greetings all.

So im getting ready for a couple upgrades to my rig .
Its getting a new case(P820), PSU(Hale90v2), GPU(GTX780), Mouse(RAT7MMO), Mouse mat(Glide9), and soundcard.
(AsusD2X)
Im now kinda thinking about replacing my good ol Logitech G15 keyboard.

Theres nothing wrong with it, not wearing out or anything dispite its age, but its just somthing i might consider replacing if i can find somthing i like.

Thing is, i wouldnt mind going to a mechanical keyboard like i had back in the day (early 90's). However dispite it being labeled as a gimmick by most gamers, i do actually use the LCD display on my G15 constantly, it helps me keep an eye on my OC's (temps voltages , loads etc). Whilst most would just use a second monitor for a simular purpose, i opted for one big screen over multiple smaller ones (42" Plasma) when i bought my previose rig(4+years ago), so i spent £1000 on one big screen instead of ~£300 each for 3 smaller ones back then.

End result is, i would buy a new keyboard if i could find a good mechanical keyboard with built in LCD display.
I havnt been able to find one though tongue.gif

I really like the look of the Cyborg/MadCatz Strike 7 , but its not mechanical and it costs waaaay to much.

So if any1 has any sugestions/knows of a mechanical keyboard with a LCD display, please let me know.

Cheers
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Greetings all.

So im getting ready for a couple upgrades to my rig .
Its getting a new case(P820), PSU(Hale90v2), GPU(GTX780), Mouse(RAT7MMO), Mouse mat(Glide9), and soundcard.
(AsusD2X)
Im now kinda thinking about replacing my good ol Logitech G15 keyboard.

Theres nothing wrong with it, not wearing out or anything dispite its age, but its just somthing i might consider replacing if i can find somthing i like.

Thing is, i wouldnt mind going to a mechanical keyboard like i had back in the day (early 90's). However dispite it being labeled as a gimmick by most gamers, i do actually use the LCD display on my G15 constantly, it helps me keep an eye on my OC's (temps voltages , loads etc). Whilst most would just use a second monitor for a simular purpose, i opted for one big screen over multiple smaller ones (42" Plasma) when i bought my previose rig(4+years ago), so i spent £1000 on one big screen instead of ~£300 each for 3 smaller ones back then.

End result is, i would buy a new keyboard if i could find a good mechanical keyboard with built in LCD display.
I havnt been able to find one though tongue.gif

I really like the look of the Cyborg/MadCatz Strike 7 , but its not mechanical and it costs waaaay to much.

So if any1 has any sugestions/knows of a mechanical keyboard with a LCD display, please let me know.

Cheers

Was literally in the same situation as you a few days ago in regards to wanting a mechanical keyboard. I really liked the LCD on my Logitech G510 and had to settle for using another monitor to use as a second display and ordered a CM Storm Trigger. Sadly there doesn't seem to be a mechanical keyboard with an LCD display.
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