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It's been awhile since I've posted in here but here's my new mechanical keyboard... The Rosewill rk-9000re with Cherry MX Reds.
450

 

Are you happy with the Rosewill keyboard?

 

They seem to be cheap in newegg. 

 

Though none has backlight

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I never posted my keyboards here, so sign me up.

Bottom: Deck Legend ToXic w/ Cherry Blacks
Top: Dell AT101W w/ Black Alps

I bought the Dell from a guy on Craigslist for $15. It was brand new and in the original box. Never even typed on. It's still in mint condition, since I primarily use the Deck. The Dell is actually a faster typer though.
The Deck Legend is a great keyboard. Solid as a rock, but had to get used to it. The keys feel a bit stiff at first, but it's fantastic for gaming.

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Hmm rosewill does seem temtping however i am thinking of taking advantage of a 20% sale on CoolerMaster's site and purchase the Rapid Fire for 79$ + tax + shipping and -20% off

 

No backlight is killing me though as both my laptop and G110 keyboard for my desktop is backlit. 

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Hmm rosewill does seem temtping however i am thinking of taking advantage of a 20% sale on CoolerMaster's site and purchase the Rapid Fire for 79$ + tax + shipping and -20% off

No backlight is killing me though as both my laptop and G110 keyboard for my desktop is backlit. 

Why is no backlighting killing you? As a pc gamer you should know how to touch type by now o.O no reason to look down at the lights.
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Are you happy with the Rosewill keyboard?

They seem to be cheap in newegg. 

Though none has backlight

I've heard some horror stories with Rosewill boards that range from squeaky keys with stabilizers (remedied with some lube) to keys that don't register and "mushy" keys. However, I just received mine today and I'm happy to say (at least that I think) that it seems to have no problems. I used Aquakeytest to see that everything registers and all the keys seem to feel normal. I guess I'll know for sure after a few days of use. I really couldn't complain about the build quality from what I'm seeing and feeling and I'd say it's on par with the CM rapidfire with reds (had one but didn't keep it). I could definitely use some new keycaps in the future though.

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well I hope hes happy with it otherwise someones getting shot!!

Lol! I was fiddling with my piece when the mailman came by with my new keyboard! Kinda ended up in the picture tongue.gif
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Well I am changing my mind frequently which is bothering me. My last target seems to be the k90.

 

It is 109$ on amazon.

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Why is no backlighting killing you? As a pc gamer you should know how to touch type by now o.O no reason to look down at the lights.

I agree with waar. When people make it seem like backlit keys are an essential in their choice of keyboards it kinda boggles my mind... I never look down at my hands when I'm typing/gaming so I guess its' not a priority for me but I can understand if people want backlit keys for the aesthetics. However if going for aesthetics, a nice new set of keycaps beats backlit keys any day biggrin.gif
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Well I am changing my mind frequently which is bothering me. My last target seems to be the k90.

It is 109$ on amazon.

I can't remember if this board was fully mechanical... I remember reading about how some of the keys are rubber dome but maybe that's the k60.
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F keys, home cluster are rubber dome. If the k90 is the one with macros, those are also rubberdome
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