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That's too bad. Any other black, comfortable and durable wrist/palmrest for this keyboard worth considering?
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This question was asked in post number 8973, but there was no real answer:
Where can I buy the SS 7G palmrest for SS 6Gv2?
You cannot buy it as it's own piece.

You can try contacting Steel Series to see if you can order one from them. That's your best option.
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Im really considering one of these mech keyboards, just not sure which one would suit me best. I play a lot of FPS games, currently in the Witcher 2 though. I would like something with quiet keys and that is my main requirement. I am considering a Filco Ninja with MX browns or Das S keyboard. What would guys recommend for me?
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Im really considering one of these mech keyboards, just not sure which one would suit me best. I play a lot of FPS games, currently in the Witcher 2 though. I would like something with quiet keys and that is my main requirement. I am considering a Filco Ninja with MX browns or Das S keyboard. What would guys recommend for me?
Both are equally well built keyboards, and solid options.

The Filco Ninja will look a bit better because of it's unique printing design. Though, the keycap tops will get very shiny over use (due to the coating Filco puts on their keycaps, unless it's not on the Ninja.)

The Das on the other hand, is prone to scratches because of the glossy body.

Those are the only real cons. Either are great boards.

The OCN Ducky with ABS Keycaps is also the same general quality with the extra features of media keys and the office keys. It should be less than the DAS unless you use a Student discount with the Das, then the Das is $2 cheaper.
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Cool, thanks Tator. Now would those 2 be fairly quiet as far as the "clicking" or bottoming out? I hate loud keys. I am currently using a Microsoft Ergonomic 4000 because I like the squishy keys and they are pretty quiet. Its just getting old now and time to step it up to something better.
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Hi everyone, I know I'm new but chose to put my first post in here. I've been looking at mechanical keyboards to replace my Sidewinder X6 since the paint is chipping off the keys and I've never really used the macro keys anyway on it. I'm not really sure which switch type I should be looking at. I was able to try the Razer in a store last night and the click feel was ok, but I wasn't a fan of the noise on the blues. So I was thinking either a Ducky from the overclock.net/ducky collaboration with browns in it, or possibly a SteelSeries 6gv2 which has blacks.

I keep reading the blacks are great for gaming but not for typing and the browns are a good mix, but also that some people actually like the blacks for typing as well. Nothing locally carries anything with these switches though so I have no way to try before I buy. I've also read questionable build quality reviews on the SS boards which surprised me (keycaps falling off constantly)

What advice can you guys give me? My time is probably 30-40% typing (maybe less now that I finished some classes) which includes general email, internet, and photo editing (not really typing I guess). The rest is gaming which is 75-80% MMO type gaming like WoW and then some FPS such as CoD or Battlefield games.
    
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Cool, thanks Tator. Now would those 2 be fairly quiet as far as the "clicking" or bottoming out? I hate loud keys. I am currently using a Microsoft Ergonomic 4000 because I like the squishy keys and they are pretty quiet. Its just getting old now and time to step it up to something better.
The Clicking of a MX-Blue switch is rather sharp. So those switches probably would not be for you.

The Das Silent has a "clack" when you bottom out and it's a rather deep tone. You would most likely be fine with it as soon as you adjusted to the key-switch pressure (and not bottoming out often then.)

Das also has a satisfaction guarantee that lasts 30 Days. So that's a very nice addition. you just eat the cost of shipping.

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Hi everyone, I know I'm new but chose to put my first post in here. I've been looking at mechanical keyboards to replace my Sidewinder X6 since the paint is chipping off the keys and I've never really used the macro keys anyway on it. I'm not really sure which switch type I should be looking at. I was able to try the Razer in a store last night and the click feel was ok, but I wasn't a fan of the noise on the blues. So I was thinking either a Ducky from the overclock.net/ducky collaboration with browns in it, or possibly a SteelSeries 6gv2 which has blacks.

I keep reading the blacks are great for gaming but not for typing and the browns are a good mix, but also that some people actually like the blacks for typing as well. Nothing locally carries anything with these switches though so I have no way to try before I buy. I've also read questionable build quality reviews on the SS boards which surprised me (keycaps falling off constantly)

What advice can you guys give me? My time is probably 30-40% typing (maybe less now that I finished some classes) which includes general email, internet, and photo editing (not really typing I guess). The rest is gaming which is 75-80% MMO type gaming like WoW and then some FPS such as CoD or Battlefield games.
The Ducky keyboard wouldn't be a bad option, the real question is do you want a switch with more force behind it (as the MX-Black switches will feel very resistant compared to a used rubber dome) while the MX-Browns will feel a lot alike a rubber dome keyboard (except a bit more springy, like a newer board instead of a used one.)

Are there any particular features you're looking for?
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The Ducky keyboard wouldn't be a bad option, the real question is do you want a switch with more force behind it (as the MX-Black switches will feel very resistant compared to a used rubber dome) while the MX-Browns will feel a lot alike a rubber dome keyboard (except a bit more springy, like a newer board instead of a used one.)

Are there any particular features you're looking for?
I think first is actually keycap reliability after having the paint flake off the X6 (clear caps with black & white paint to let the lighting show through). Next is just plain reliability of the keys which is why I'm looking at a mechanical. I've killed a few ctrl and alt keys using Ventrilo or teamspeak on the standard rubber dome keyboard. I'm thinking as far as use I'm looking for a switch style that's primarily game oriented with typing being secondary now that I'm done with classes for quite a while and won't be typing up large papers and other work week after week anymore.

After I posted I started reading some recommendations for the Deck keyboards and I'm a bit interested in them for the lighting (again not because I can't type since I can but because of the effect). It looks like there I have a choice of MX blacks or clears and it sounds like the clears are the tactile feedback of the browns with the force of the blacks? Is there an easy way to explain the difference between say the MX blacks and a standard dome "switch" like I'd find on a Sidewinder X6 since I can't actually test in person without ordering something?
    
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The problem with it is the fact that everything manyak mentions, toms hardware mentions and nothing more. This is true for the whole article. It is like a research paper with only one source. If I did that in my school work I would be failing.
I don't remember much of the PS2/USB stuff in Manyak's article.

But whatever. It's like you guys don't want mechanical keyboards to become mainstream. Maybe you will lose your "elite" status if everyone has them. I don't see Tom's Hardware doing too many more keyboard articles if this is the response they get. I would like to be able to go to school or work someday and not have to type on a rubber dome.
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Well a few things first:
No switches are actually designed for gaming. Some consider Black's better for gaming because there is no tactility (so when you push it half way down, the switch registers it being pressed without you feeling anything.)

Deck Keyboards are some of the best you can get.
For the clears, you've got that mostly right. Though they feel "more" tactile because of the heavier weight (but the only difference really is just the spring.

They feel slightly lighter than Blacks though (as the spring is only 55G not 60G)

The best way to put in what a black feels like is you take a clicky pen and take out the part that makes it click. It's just a strait push down on every switch with no feeling besides pure resistance.
Many folks like them for this reason, as it makes them feel "heavy duty" or more durrable than the other MX-Switches (which is slightly true since they are rated at 50 Million Actuation vs the 20 & 30 million of the MX Blues and MX Browns/Clears respectively.)

A Tactile switch is like the animated pictures you see in the OP: about half way down, when the switch is being pressed down, you have a short increase in resistance (that makes the switches about 10G heavier) and thus offer a greater resistance for a short period to let you know the switch has activated.
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