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Ah ok, thanks very much.
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Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

Can some one fill me in on what greens are? Linear?

No, AFAIK they are stiffer Blues, so they are tactile.
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Ok, so I just finished my Mechanical Keyboards Guide PowerPoint presentation!

It does NOT cover everything, but it covers the essentials...

Anyways, I'll just leave this right here for your amusement:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/61075086/Mechanical%20Keyboards.pptx
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Rofl. You need a key that says.....

FIRE!

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Rofl. You need a key that says.....
FIRE!

So the space bar on my QFR doesn't count?

Not that it should count... stupid branding.
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Originally Posted by Computer-Lab in Basement View Post

Ok, so I just finished my Mechanical Keyboards Guide PowerPoint presentation!
It does NOT cover everything, but it covers the essentials...
Anyways, I'll just leave this right here for your amusement:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/61075086/Mechanical%20Keyboards.pptx
Nice work, enjoyed reading it. I like the transitions, are those the new ones in powerpoint - never seen them before. thumb.gif
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No, AFAIK they are stiffer Blues, so they are tactile.

I hope whatever it is it's better than the greens on a Ducky 1008. It mimics the sound of those chattering teeth. Still, I love it. In the corner when it's quiet. I press it with my toe from time to time.
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Out of blacks, red and browns which switch you guys recommend for gaming and typing, I tend to mash the keys even when I am typing if that help.
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Out of blacks, red and browns which switch you guys recommend for gaming and typing, I tend to mash the keys even when I am typing if that help.

Hmm... if you are a "key masher" then I would have to say Blacks would be your best bet, considering their higher actuation force. Although personally, I hate linear switches for typing...

If you game more than you type, then go with Blacks. If you type more than you game, go with Browns. If you don't value my opinions, go with Reds. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by entreri00 View Post

I hope whatever it is it's better than the greens on a Ducky 1008. It mimics the sound of those chattering teeth. Still, I love it. In the corner when it's quiet. I press it with my toe from time to time.

Those are green alps, not cherry green.
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