Originally Posted by tryagainplss
I see, thank you very much.
But is there really a difference between the 9008g2 Pro and the DK1008 in terms of build quality? I've read somewhere that the media keys and LEDs are the only differences between the two.
Both boards are built on the same production lines.
The difference between them is the Microcontroller, Features (like you mentioned) and PCB layout.
The Microcontroller on the DK1008 is just a basic one which features 6KRO on USB & NKRO on PS/2 ports.
Build quality wise, they're going to be equal unless you get a DK1008 with the Green Alps switches. As those are not as good as the Cherry MX switches in terms of reliability (at least according to Ducky themselves) but they are also less expensive (for a reason.)
Originally Posted by Paradigm84
I'm not even sure I can make them all fit in the spreadsheet.
Just link to his post.
We did that in the past with myself and a few other users since our collections just keep growing.
Ripster is just greedy and hogs all of the boards.
Media keys on it are not MX-Browns, but the OEM work should be really good (as the OEM has worked on other mechanical gaming keyboards that were well receieved.)
Macro Keys are MX-Brown though, at least on the last sample I got to use. So they're not doing what Corsair did with the "75% Mechanical" thing.