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post #21 of 28
I've heard a lot of good things about coolermaster quick fire keyboards. Only problem is that they are small. I've seen them go for as low as 50usd on Newegg.
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post #22 of 28
Razer has the blackwidow also. But im pretty sure it uses blue switches. I think the reds are amazing in my opinion. You can have them be quiet and not bottom them out all the wall so they make absolutely no noise. Or you can bottom them out while typing and get a nice clacky sound. While with the blue there is no way to stop the clicking. It clicks when the key has been activated, and then you can bottom the key out. So if you are typing or gaming late at night and trying to be quiet with the keyboard you are going to piss off whoever is trying to sleep biggrin.gif
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post #23 of 28
If you still are unsure about which switches to buy, then get this: http://www.maxkeyboard.com/max-keyboard-keycap-cherry-mx-switch-o-ring-sampler-kit.html
post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by YouGotJaked View Post

If you still are unsure about which switches to buy, then get this: http://www.maxkeyboard.com/max-keyboard-keycap-cherry-mx-switch-o-ring-sampler-kit.html

What are the O-Rings for?
post #25 of 28
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to make it silent
post #26 of 28
if youre getting reds there is that tendency to bottom out. dont forget to set money aside for o-rings to keep it as silent as possible
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to make it silent
This.
post #28 of 28
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the k70 costs as much as the k90 does. the k90 has the macro keys. I think i'll go with the k90
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