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The Rosewill browns came in today....so far I'm really enjoying these biggrin.gif



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The Rosewill browns came in today....so far I'm really enjoying these biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Looking good! I've always wanted to try MX browns. Have fun with them at work! thumb.gif
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Looking good! I've always wanted to try MX browns. Have fun with them at work! thumb.gif

At work now, just set it up and hacking away. Feels real good so far. thumb.gif
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I'm completely new to Mechanical Keyboards and i was wondering if there's a product out there that has a good feel without the noisy sound?
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I'm completely new to Mechanical Keyboards and i was wondering if there's a product out there that has a good feel without the noisy sound?

All mechanical keyboards in general will be a bit louder than membrane dome keyboards. While I haven't tested all of the switches I think either red or brown are the most quiet switches. Add in some orings to dampen the sound and you have an amazing, quiet keyboard thumb.gif.

This video shows a very good comparison between the switches.
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I'm completely new to Mechanical Keyboards and i was wondering if there's a product out there that has a good feel without the noisy sound?

Logitech G710+ is a mechanical with brown switches and O-rings for further dampening. Feels great and one of the most quietest mechanical boards out there unless you purchase browns and add the O-rings yourself. smile.gif
     
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Thanks man! I'll take a look at the video when I get home. When i watch pro gamers play starcraft 2, their keyboards make a high pitch sound and it annoys me to hell lol.
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You can get MX blacks or reds with pads or o rings.
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You can get MX blacks or reds with pads or o rings.
This will be your best bet. The linear switches are quieter since they lack the tactile click.
Reds can be louder than blacks due to how easy it is to bottom them out, but that is where pads or o-rings come into play.
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Keycool 84 (especially with blue switch), anyone has any experience with it?

Placed an order with Intelligent Pro on eBay and it should arrive in a week, I went with blue switch and yellow leds.

Should be a nice upgrade over my current keyboard, Noppoo Choc Mini /w black switch, I spend 90% of the time typing, I'm not sure what I'm going to do with it when the keyboard arrives, maybe mod it or something?
Edited by Idarzoid - 2/19/13 at 12:59pm
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