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I think the 7G > the Ozone cause he's full nkro (google is you're friend) with ps2 port not the ozone only usb who's restricted and demand power of cpu, he was not full nkro who suffers from Key Blocking (search on google) and rarely reaches more 6kro (again google or forum biggrin.gif)

The Steelseries is indeed better than the Ozone but costs more also (110€ vs 80€). And you are wrong regarding the Ozone connection, it has both USB and PS/2 rolleyes.gif






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post #22 of 36
I have a keyboard with browns and I like it. I used a razer bwu 2013 with blues the other day at the store, I did NOT like it for gaming. It was very nice for typing however. I think the browns are a good mix of both, but occasionally I have issues with double tapping. Like in minecraft, to run you double tap W and it can be finicky on my keyboard. I'm pretty sure that's due to the browns. Sounds like you mash your keys, go for blacks thumb.gif
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post #23 of 36
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It's good I got the steelseries 6Gv2 this morning but I think I'll ask for an exchange against the steelseries 7g I'll tell you why! wink.gif

The keyboard is perfect I opened the box, but I tested a few keys carefully without a trace the feeling is much higher compared to my old keyboard hp 1999.

But as I am a perfectionist pathological I noticed with horror that there was no gold-plated USB Port (I'm a perfectionist lol sorry) or the more there was a usb adapter that came as a low-end keyboard that was not gold plated either as the 7G thinking.gifsadsmiley.gifdoh.gif

I heard that the gold-plated marketing was according to some sources but according to many manufacturers would improve latency and response time of the keys

I thought the only difference with the 7g were just after the official site : http://faq.steelseries.com/questions/172/What+is+the+difference+between+the+6Gv2+and+7G+keyboards%3F

"The 6Gv2 is for gamers who want a quality keyboard like the 7G, but can do without some of the more advanced features such as the audio ports for headphone-in and microphone-out, the two USB ports, and removable plastic handrest. " smile.gif

The official site has yet explained :
"The SteelSeries 6Gv2 features both PS/2 and gold-plated USB connectors as well as 18K gold-plated mechanical switches." drool.gif

More you can not see the pictures of the cables on the manufacturer's website so I'll show you pictures of his cables exclusively :





So I do not know if Amazon would agree to share my keyboard against the 7g if I pay the price difference between the two or else refund me full in the form of voucher which I add my pocket the price difference worriedsmiley.gif

This is you blow it more it seems that the 7g has a small key space I do not know if this was resolved biggrin.gif

Bonus pictures : my old rubber dome keyboard HP of 1999 of my mother (dont remeber exact buy date) + my Logitech Rx250 (basic deskot mouse with crappy worn old clicks but very robust for hardcore gaming use i love her biggrin.gif) compared to the "new deathadder the 2013 edition feels reactive but feels fragile at clics and buttons tongue.gif


post #24 of 36
The only benefit of a gold connector is that gold is malleable, which means you get a more solid (note: not faster) connection to the USB port.
post #25 of 36
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In theses pictures these are the gold-plated connectors (the 7G has a lot of connectors it's impressive)





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The only benefit of a gold connector is that gold is malleable, which means you get a more solid (note: not faster) connection to the USB port.

For this solid means the connector is closest to the female port?

Much like a human with a larger than average crotch as Rocco Siffredi make love with a little asian don't ban please just a very immature joke biggrin.gif

Well if it's not improove faster latency or response time of the keys i keep this fantastic keyboard thumbsupsmiley.png
Edited by Frenchy - 5/30/13 at 7:27am
post #26 of 36
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In theses pictures these are the gold-plated connectors (the 7G have a lot of connectors it's impressive)

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The only benefit of a gold connector is that gold is malleable, which means you get a more solid (note: not faster) connection to the USB port.

For this solid means the connector is closest to the female port?

Well if it's not improove faster latency or response time of the keys i keep this fantastic keyboard thumbsupsmiley.png

No, it means the gold connector can change shape very slightly (fractions of a millimetre) to make sure it maintains a good connection with the USB port.
Edited by Paradigm84 - 5/30/13 at 7:34am
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I realized then I should keep it or not?
Edited by Frenchy - 5/30/13 at 11:17am
post #28 of 36
I have reds on my 6GV2. Great for both gaming and typing, particularly since I don't bottom out for the most part. It really is all about preference though, whether you like the tactile "bump" blues/brows give you or not.
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post #29 of 36
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No, it means the gold connector can change shape very slightly (fractions of a millimetre) to make sure it maintains a good connection with the USB port.

So if I understand it is useless? It gives no difference ingame ?

I try to contact the dealer for exchange against the 7g or I keep it ???
post #30 of 36
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No, it means the gold connector can change shape very slightly (fractions of a millimetre) to make sure it maintains a good connection with the USB port.

So if I understand it is useless? It gives no difference ingame ?

I try to contact the dealer for exchange against the 7g or I keep it ???

Well the connector will be better quality, but no, you won't see an improvement in gaming.

As for whether you swap the board, that is personal preference. smile.gif
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