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I have to disagree with that part. A lot of cheaper logitech boards don't allow the shift and space button to be registered at the same time. I know my k740 did not mad.gif

I guess it depends on the keyboard itself. I bought some no name logitech keyboard and a no name microsoft keyboard a few years ago when I didn't care about my keyboard and they both did excellent for me in games. They were absolute crap, but they never held me back from pressing all the buttons I've needed to.

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Can you make it into an arrow and kill the dome KBs?
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Nice, post pics when they keycaps arrive. smile.gif

Will do thumb.gif
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Kind of an out of place question for this thread, but since it was brought up, what don't you like about the 750D? I liked that case and planned to purchase it very soon. What about it is low quality? Please feel free to PM me if you don't want to go further on in this thread with this discussion.

I have a 750D and honestly don't get all of the negativity towards it. It's not case labs quality but it's not case labs money either.
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I guess it depends on the keyboard itself. I bought some no name logitech keyboard and a no name microsoft keyboard a few years ago when I didn't care about my keyboard and they both did excellent for me in games. They were absolute crap, but they never held me back from pressing all the buttons I've needed to.

They were probably 2KRO boards, but didn't lock up in the keys you happened to use.

I used to play Tony Hawk a ton on the PC, before mech keyboards "took off". Since that game would use both hands on the keyboard, lockups were pretty common... and if a gaming board did have any "anti ghosting" it actually worked worse, since the stuff they did highlighted the WASD cluster and made everything else worse.

I bought my original Deck purely because it was the only keyboard out that I could find with NKRO. I didn't even know or care that it was mechanical at the time lachen.gif. Realistically 6KRO is plenty for almost every case, and 12KRO is enough for anyone. I still don't recommend 2KRO boards for anyone, just on the chance they want to play a game that needs more and the keyboard holds them back.
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not 100% on topic but just found out I won a ducky omg mousepad. lol
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not 100% on topic but just found out I won a ducky omg mousepad. lol

congratz, still searching for a stylish mousepad. Have the Qck+ right now but it is huge and absorbs dust quite easily.
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It's just perfect and the 1st picture didn't do it justice

o.o hope you never fall on that by mistake !
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Yeah, saw those, really considered buying them...but didn't. Weren't they on sale for much longer than 24 hours though?
2 keys is light indeed. Any real gamer is typically going to have 3 keys pressed at once. That's 2 directional keys and a sprint (shift) or C (crouch) key. Rarely you'll get 4 keys pressed at the same time, and even rare 5, it's basically impossible to use more than 5 keys at once since your other hand is on the mouse and I don't think any keys you press on the mouse count as keys on your keyboard for key rollover?

That said I agree with paradigm that a mechanical keyboard shouldn't in any way affect your gaming experience unless you were on a BAD keyboard. Even a $20 logitech keyboard should give you what you need for gaming. I simply can't agree that mech makes gaming easier...but I'm also of the opinion that a linear key doesn't necessarily make gaming easier either. Maybe fractionally better, but not worth getting a worse key switch for that IMO if you like tactile keys.
I'm just a very fast fingered player. I hop from one to the other simply because i am used to hitting only 2 keys :\ For 5 years.
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You, you I like.

And you have to admit, Linus is still much much better than the likes of Logan at TekSyndicate/whatevertheheckhe'scallingitnow. And, IMO at least, I would rather watch his reviews than Tiny Tom Logan's, which are 1hr of content that could easily be done in 30 minutes, 20 minutes if you got rid of all his belching.

Even with all his gamer bro videos, he does have some amusing or good stuff every now and then.
I agree. Teksyndicate sucks to the core of the earth and for tiny tom logan i just fall asleep every time i attempt to watch any of his videos :|
Amusing? Maybe once in a while. His jokes are pretty dry. Slick is far more hilarious though LOL
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I'm just a very fast fingered player. I hop from one to the other simply because i am used to hitting only 2 keys :\ For 5 years.
I agree. Teksyndicate sucks to the core of the earth and for tiny tom logan i just fall asleep every time i attempt to watch any of his videos :|
Amusing? Maybe once in a while. His jokes are pretty dry. Slick is far more hilarious though LOL

Hey, what is it that you don't like about Tek Syndicate? I quite like their vids, especially the macro shots of the hardware. Beautiful. I feel linus is more commercial, calling overviews reviews and such, not really in depth. I like Slick though, and their WAN show is pretty awesome too. The mech boards seems to get a lot of attention right now from LinusTechTips and TekSyndicate. Hopefully this incentivises the manufacturers to come up with even nicer keyboards biggrin.gif God I love typing on these browns.
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