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Originally Posted by Nayoka View Post

my Leopold should be here on Friday. I'm hoping that I like it better than my Blackwidow.
edit: wait Maar your demik on geekhack

waar * =p

and yessir, that is me.
post #6402 of 36993
haha almost had it. just flip my first letter and it's good.

well good to know then. I really need to start posting on geekhack more. I'm such a lurker.
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Just stay away from the Gb section if you love your bank account lol
post #6404 of 36993
i've already participated in the your geekhack key GB haha. I ordered 15 of them smile.gif
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You've gone down the rabbit hole, no turning back now. Same user name on GH as here?
post #6406 of 36993
Nah my name on there is Josh Nath. I just use facebook to connect to geekhack


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Cherry stabilizers I believe.

which ones are better? in is it a big problem if SS 6Gv2 has Cherry ones (if they are not the best ones)
post #6408 of 36993
I'm currently using Qpad MK-50 with Cherry MX Red switches. Before this I had Steelseries 6GV2 with Cherry MX Blacks. Of those two, Qpad is superior. It has very nice palm rest and includes keycap puller. It feels solid in use, I feel it can take quite a bit of abuse tongue.gif.

Reds are better for both writing and gaming, I felt blacks were too stiff. Only bad thing about this keyboard is that it's quite loud. It doesn't bother me at all but some of my friends complain about the sound when I use the mic in Skype. I might buy O-rings for keys, they should dampen the sound somewhat.

MK-50 is the best keyboard I have ever used and one of the best mechanicals you can buy for the money (70e here in Finland, that's about same price as 6GV2). Very much recommended especially if you are looking for your first mechanical keyboard. cool.gif

I might take a picture later, atm I just have crappy cell phone camera.
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Originally Posted by waar View Post

Just stay away from the Gb section if you love your bank account lol


This. I've been holding out pretty good, but I'm still tempted.

 

I'm happy WASD offers custom keys though (text and graphic). I want to see www.fxesc.com (Clack Factory Website) open though. I want to see all their keys. Elitekeyboards only has a couple of the skull caps. I'm too lazy to order from Signature Plastics. lol

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post #6410 of 36993
hye guys, im just wondering..what is the difference between mechanical keyboard vs ordinary one?? biggrin.gif
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