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Thank you very much for this nice guide! The Filco 104 key's are looking really nice
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I need to invest in something like this after I get my sig rig back up (YAR evga).

I bought a g15 (v1), and then the new orange version. I couldn't believe what they charge for macro buttons, it was no different then the dell keyboard I have lying around.


I have 3 old IBM's at home circa 83-88. Maybe I should check it out. I wonder what kind of switches Keytronic uses. I had a thing for those a few years back.

While watching the video in the OP link, My wife was ROFL laughing. have I reached a new level of nerd dom?
You know what? My girlfriend did the same....but her tune changed quickly once she found out that this geekery cured her wrist pains!
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When it comes to usage for heavy gaming, does the Deck Linear or tactile work better?
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When it comes to usage for heavy gaming, does the Deck Linear or tactile work better?
The Linear is better for gaming. But be warned, only very few people like Linear switches for typing. So if you're talking about heavy MMO gaming for example, where you do a lot of typing to chat, then you'll want the tactile.
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So is the model 1 keyboard any good for gaming?
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So is the model 1 keyboard any good for gaming?
Model 1? You mean Model M? Or Model F?
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Model 1? You mean Model M? Or Model F?
Lol my bad. M
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More like TF2 and half life.
I have never used a Mechanical keyboard extensively before. Or at all to my knowledge. So with linear you have to get the key completely pressed to get it registered?
I'm sorry if this has already been covered, I kinda just gave up reading after pager 15 or so
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Lol my bad. M
Yup it works fine. You might have some trouble if you play stepmania type games because it doesn't have NKRO (so you might find blocked keys like you do on any other keyboard), but other than that it's fine. WASD gaming works perfectly.

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More like TF2 and half life.
I have never used a Mechanical keyboard extensively before. Or at all to my knowledge. So with linear you have to get the key completely pressed to get it registered?
I'm sorry if this has already been covered, I kinda just gave up reading after pager 15 or so
No the MX Black linear switches also actuate halfway down (at 2mm), the difference is that there's no tactile bump when you reach that point. When gaming you're going to be bottoming out the keys anyway, so tactile bumps don't really do much, if anything, for you.

When typing, it's better to have that tactile bump so that you have some sort of feedback so you don't bottom out the keys as much.
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