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Whoa!! I guess I never truly realized it before, but damn: I really am quite spoiled. The Majestouch Tactile Click NKRO is my first mechanical keyboard!

Anyway, thank you for that good comparison!


Were (or are) you using the USB to PS/2 adapter? I mean, this has nothing to do with the switch type; it is related to key rollover.
PS/2
it only happens when u hold 2 keys at the sametime more then 1~2 sec in the GAME
post #5542 of 14567
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PS/2
it only happens when u hold 2 keys at the sametime more then 1~2 sec in the GAME
Then it might be something related to the game. I mean, how could it be caused by the switch type?

By the way: you didn't have to capitalize the word "game". I understood.
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post #5543 of 14567
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Then it might be something related to the game. I mean, how could it be caused by the switch type?

By the way: you didn't have to capitalize the word "game". I understood.
then i really not sure.
so..i return it, because i fail hard, playing the freestyle online game with the keyboard lol, my teammate just keep saying : WDF are you doing? why you keep running to the wrong side.
i keep reply, my keyboard screwed = =
but hopefully it wont happen with cherry mx brown.
i will try it out and let u know, see if it is any different
post #5544 of 14567
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Originally Posted by fssbzz View Post
then i really not sure.
so..i return it, because i fail hard, playing the freestyle online game with the keyboard lol, my teammate just keep saying : WDF are you doing? why you keep running to the wrong side.
i keep reply, my keyboard screwed = =
but hopefully it wont happen with cherry mx brown.
i will try it out and let u know, see if it is any different
No, you're supposed to say "I'm trying to confuse you! Do you mean to say that it's not working? Do I need a new strategy? Aw, dammit! I was just getting good at this new strategy too!"

I couldn't resist!

Anyway, I hope it was just a bad keyboard then (like, defective).
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post #5545 of 14567
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No, you're supposed to say "I'm trying to confuse you! Do you mean to say that it's not working? Do I need a new strategy? Aw, dammit! I was just getting good at this new strategy too!"

I couldn't resist!

Anyway, I hope it was just a bad keyboard then (like, defective).
yea i really hope so. so when i come here and read the thread, i tot i really cant game with blue switches, and maybe is what cause by the blue switches. so i return it to DAS on the 3rd day, their customer services was just awesome.
post #5546 of 14567
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yea i really hope so. so when i come here and read the thread, i tot i really cant game with blue switches, and maybe is what cause by the blue switches. so i return it to DAS on the 3rd day, their customer services was just awesome.
Yeah, it's definitely not the switches since what you experienced is either due to key rollover, or some strange defect.
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AOC G2460PG (24" 1920 x 1080 144Hz G-SYNC) Filco Majestouch 104-key Cherry MX Blues w/NKRO Corsair HX650 (Bronze, ordered on 12-12-2009) CM 690 
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post #5547 of 14567
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Yeah, it's definitely not the switches since what you experienced is either due to key rollover, or some strange defect.
well, i will try it with my new DAS Silent schedule deliver next week
i will try to make a review for it with my new Samsung NX10 DSLR
i watched the Das Silent Pro review by this guy = =,
YouTube- Das Keyboard Professional S Silent Model Reviewhe's weird, and i don't know what he talking about.
he looks like he like it but he hate it..something like that. lol

and i think that is the only review for the DAS Silent in youtube
post #5548 of 14567
When I trip the NKRO (go over 6 keypresses) on my das keyboard, it will pulse the key commands instead of having them solid. I think that issue is fixed with the model S though. The old model was trying to allow NKRO over USB, so that's why I think it does that.
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post #5549 of 14567
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Originally Posted by fssbzz View Post
well, i will try it with my new DAS Silent schedule deliver next week
i will try to make a review for it with my new Samsung NX10 DSLR
i watched the Das Silent Pro review by this guy = =,
YouTube- Das Keyboard Professional S Silent Model Review
he's weird, and i don't know what he talking about.
he looks like he like it but he hate it..something like that. lol

and i think that is the only review for the DAS Silent in youtube
FYI, the reviewer really doesn't know what he's talking about. It's unfortunate that he's the only one on Youtube that actually owns the Das Model S Silent.
post #5550 of 14567
I decided to go for the Steelseries 7g, i really love it and find it pretty solid.Only complain would be the kinda 'cheap' key-caps.

However, i was having some issues with the spacebar, it was hard to push on its right edge after a while, so i decided to remove it and lubricate(with WD40)the metal bar under it.. thing is, the circuit is also there.. and some fluid was also sprayed on that plastic.I know that wd40 is not conductive, but i am kinda paranoid over this whole thing.

Do you mechanical keyboarders think that there could be any kind of complications later on?
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