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post #81 of 103
Think I'm going to try this keyboard I was very suprised by the Logitech G Pro mouse so we'll see how this keyboard does.
post #82 of 103
Im testing this KB right now. I must say the rigidity is really OK. Aside from other user my spacebar feels a little bit mushy and therefore fairly silent - much more silent that my G710+ and must say the gaming feels a bit better on Pro. Romer-G feels somehow combination of mx and membrane and my fingers got used really quick. I'm planning to test also K65 with mx-speed switches and decide which one will keep.
post #83 of 103
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Originally Posted by messer19 View Post

Im testing this KB right now. I must say the rigidity is really OK. Aside from other user my spacebar feels a little bit mushy and therefore fairly silent - much more silent that my G710+ and must say the gaming feels a bit better on Pro. Romer-G feels somehow combination of mx and membrane and my fingers got used really quick. I'm planning to test also K65 with mx-speed switches and decide which one will keep.

Let us know what you decide as I'm testing the G Pro as well. Really like the speed of it so far but I'm also getting used to the push back of the ROMER-G switches. I'm coming from cherry mx browns.
post #84 of 103
If you guys touch the side of the keycaps, are some of them rough or are they all smooth?
post #85 of 103
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Let us know what you decide as I'm testing the G Pro as well. Really like the speed of it so far but I'm also getting used to the push back of the ROMER-G switches. I'm coming from cherry mx browns.

After spending few days with K65 MX Speed I decided to keep Logitech Pro. Eventhough the K65 looks and feels more premium and has extra functions (dedicated volume keys, USB passthrough) I really disliked the MX Speed switches which are too loud for me as I'm bashing the keys quite fairly. Romer-G switch feels a bit better, consistent and silent. If ever K65 will get mx brown switches it will be instabuy from me.
post #86 of 103
Actually, Keystroke Signal Processing can be measured accurately and consistently, but it does require dedicated hardware to do. The KSP is defined as the time from the switch circuit closing, until the signal reaches the PC via the USB port. Don't confuse this with actuation (time to close the switch contact), or polling rate (how often the keyboard reports to your PC via USB).

Logitech used a dedicated test box based on a raspberry Pi. Keyboards tested have a switch hardwired to the test box. The test box closes the circuit and then measures the time until the signal is detected by the Pi test box. There is variance during testing, but large numbers of test responses yield statistically valid results.

The Logitech G Pro gaming keyboard KSP is 2.5ms on make and on break (time from contact opening to signal received. G810 is close to that speed, but we focused on Pro for the speed optimization.

The Pro polls at 1ms, so the fastest any KSP can be is 1ms. 1ms is the fasted polling rate for PCs running Windows.
post #87 of 103
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Originally Posted by LogitechMark View Post

Actually, Keystroke Signal Processing can be measured accurately and consistently, but it does require dedicated hardware to do. The KSP is defined as the time from the switch circuit closing, until the signal reaches the PC via the USB port. Don't confuse this with actuation (time to close the switch contact), or polling rate (how often the keyboard reports to your PC via USB).

Logitech used a dedicated test box based on a raspberry Pi. Keyboards tested have a switch hardwired to the test box. The test box closes the circuit and then measures the time until the signal is detected by the Pi test box. There is variance during testing, but large numbers of test responses yield statistically valid results.

Interesting, since that's mostly firmware based lag, I dont think I would ever update the firmware lol too scared to somewhat lose the optimisation.
Any plans for a 60% version of this board?
post #88 of 103
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Originally Posted by LogitechMark View Post

2.5ms

The real question is if that value will double when the keyboard is lifted off the pad/desk. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
teehee
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G810 is close to that speed, but we focused on Pro for the speed optimization.

so why would the G810 not be the same? or the g910? is it because the "pro" has an increased focus on the esports angle?
post #89 of 103
If you purchased the Pro, and LGS software suggests a firmware update, please do it. It will improve the KSP. We would never reduce performance with a firmware update.

Pro had an increased focus on performance due to the esports aspect, but it was also part of a natural progression in performance as we make and improve our gaming products.

As for a 60% keyboard, we never comment on unreleased products or new product development.
post #90 of 103
i got another keyboard today after returning my other one for a refund.

Same issue... some keycaps are rough on the side, some are smooth. :/ Especially the right side of the F4 button.
Edited by MasterBash - 4/20/17 at 4:05pm
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