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They have other versions. If you need more than 6+KRO, have a look at Corsairs new K70. They use Red switches.

Can't do Reds, Gotta be Browns. I've checked the Corsairs, beautiful boards, just not the right switches for me.
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Can't do Reds, Gotta be Browns. I've checked the Corsairs, beautiful boards, just not the right switches for me.

They are comming out with Brown and Blue switch k70's soon. I have heard within the next 2 weeks, but not sure. I kinda want the Brown switch K70 myself.

EDIT: The Logitech G710+ uses brown switches also and comes with O-rings I believe. Just another option for browns.
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Anyone know when Corsair is releasing their Brown and Blue K70?
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They have other versions. If you need more than 6+KRO, have a look at Corsairs new K70. They use Red switches.
That keyboard is only 6 KRO? I could mash at least 26 keys at a time on my CM QFR. If it says 6 KRO, I would suspect that they are only saying that because USB is limited to 6 keys at a time. If you connect it to PS/2, it might be NKRO.

I'm still shocked that anyone could mash more than 6 keys at a time, though.
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Can't do Reds, Gotta be Browns. I've checked the Corsairs, beautiful boards, just not the right switches for me.
Aren't Corsair's keyboards coming out in brown and blue switches, as well?
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That keyboard is only 6 KRO? I could mash at least 26 keys at a time on my CM QFR. If it says 6 KRO, I would suspect that they are only saying that because USB is limited to 6 keys at a time. If you connect it to PS/2, it might be NKRO.

Remember that the ps/2 adapter does not convert the USB signal into a PS/2 signal, it just makes the pins plug in. The controller on the keyboard has to recognize there is an adapter and put out a PS/2 signal instead, which many don't.
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Remember that the ps/2 adapter does not convert the USB signal into a PS/2 signal, it just makes the pins plug in. The controller on the keyboard has to recognize there is an adapter and put out a PS/2 signal instead, which many don't.
I would assume that if my QFR supported a PS/2 signal, or at least I assume it does from the 26 keys I pressed at once, then a more expensive keyboard from CM would, as well.
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I would assume that if my QFR supported a PS/2 signal, or at least I assume it does from the 26 keys I pressed at once, then a more expensive keyboard from CM would, as well.

You can get 26 keys over USB with a good keyboard controller tongue.gif. Usually a keyboard doing 6 keys over USB means if it supports a PS/2 adapter, you will get NKRO there though.
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You can get 26 keys over USB with a good keyboard controller tongue.gif. Usually a keyboard doing 6 keys over USB means if it supports a PS/2 adapter, you will get NKRO there though.
I had my QFR plugged in through a PS/2 converter; I should try it with a USB connection, and see how many keys it picks up. I would have tried to hit more keys, but I activated some kind of hotlkey that closed my window.
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That keyboard is only 6 KRO? I could mash at least 26 keys at a time on my CM QFR. If it says 6 KRO, I would suspect that they are only saying that because USB is limited to 6 keys at a time. If you connect it to PS/2, it might be NKRO.
The K70 is a 20-key rollover. there keybboards are designed that way.
    
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I went with the Ducky Shine II, MX Browns and Orange LED's, could not find the American version so I bought the Chinese. Now I have to camp out and wait until a Ducky Wrist Rest is available for me to buy. The Filco piece is $60 on Amazon. That's just outrageously expensive for a rectangular piece of leather to put in front of your keyboard.
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