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post #11 of 28
Did you see this? Right here same section.

http://www.overclock.net/t/491752/mechanical-keyboard-guide
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is this correct?
http://mechanicalkeyboards.com/mechanical_switches.php
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Uh well such is going to partially subjective so can't really proclaim "correct" or not. I'd say this looks to be a another good source of info to consider when trying to decide on switch type.
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Originally Posted by aznpersuazn View Post

IMO, go with either Red or Brown Cherry switches. I have browns on my Nighthawk x8 Mechanical Keyboard. They are great for typing--I also casually game with it.

+ 1 (but my personal preference is Browns over Reds). I urge you to try a few at a local supplier as mechanical switches are very much about personal preference.
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Originally Posted by Alessio View Post

is this correct?
http://mechanicalkeyboards.com/mechanical_switches.php

Some switches have a tendency to be better at something than others. Such as linear switches in FPS games. But in the end it's down to preference. Your best bet is to test them in a store or order a WASD sampler kit.
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yeah I'll search for a local store which has these, but idk if there are any in my city, it's not that big
post #17 of 28
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so what I'd need are reds right?

I love the Cheery red switches in my corsair keyboard. If you dont play RTS type games then Corsair K60/K70 are great and will save you few bucks. If you type a lot then maybe a short stroke Mechanical key is better but i persoanlly find red as the best compromise.
post #18 of 28
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i went to the store today, but unfortunately, they didn't have any mechanical keyboards. Whats the competitor of the k90? maybe something like 100€ instead of 130€
the k70 and k90 are the same price. the k70 is even more expensive, by 10€
post #19 of 28
order the k70 online it is only 130 usd. Thats around 100euros right?
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when something costs 130$ in america, it costs 130€ here in europe, because of the import taxes.
k60= 105€
k70=140€
k90=127€
k95= 154€

isn't there any competition to corsair's keyboards?
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