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Edit: Just in case you are interested in purchasing any Steelseries product, I thought that you should know that they are having a 30% discount. Thanks to ripster for posting the discount deal.

On to the review:

Just got my first mechanical keyboard the Steelseries 6Gv2 and here are my thoughts about it.

Btw, I bought this Friday 12pm yesterday (3,11,2011) and I got it today at 4pm (3,12,2011) uber fast shipping gotta hand it to Fedex. That's 28 hours of anticipation in total.
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Packaging was horrible no packing peanuts no styrofoam or that bubble wrap, but it came with that brown paper which wasn't enough to keep the product in place.

I gotta say this thing pack some serious weight even though it's slim and compact. Seriously heavier than my Samsung XL2370. Keyboard doesn't move at all when I place it on my table good rubber feet.

In my previous post here at OCN I said I liked the resistance on the keys of the Steelseries 7G that I tried at Fry's, but I gotta be honest this 6Gv2 has a bit more resistance than the 7G. I'm having quite a bit of a hard time typing. I can see why some people don't recommend this for writers/typers. I guess I just need to get used to it. On the other hand, the quality of the keycaps are very nice. They are not too smooth and not too rough seems they'll take a bit longer before they get shiny.

LED's are bright con for some pro for me. Too bright at night though which makes it a neg for me.

The birds chirping outside are louder than my key clicks. jk they are quiet when I don't raise my fingers too high every after presses. But if I rage in-game then I might turn in to this kid

Over all I am happy with it, but at the moment I am 85% satisfied. When I get used to it then maybe I'll give it 95%. The 30% discount was a plus too.

I'd recommend this if you get this with a discount, but if not I think it's best to go with MX Brown switches.

Here are the pics!
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I added a felt pad underneath because I move my keyboard quite alot trying to get the perfect comfy position. Before, when I move the keyboard I had to lift it. Even if I had to move it slightly, I still need to lift the keyboard. They sure made it immovable, but I want convenience so here is a before and after pic:

Before:
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After
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Edit: 3-16-2011

After 5 days I can now say that I am 95% satisfied with my 6Gv2, I no longer feel the stiffness of the keys. The 5% deduction is basically the layout of the keys, but I knew what I was buying and it's really not a big deal if you're a person who doesn't use the right shift key or doesn't mind the relocation of the "\|" key.

I also purchased a wrist rest for this keyboard, you may find that you need one for this keyboard and you may find you don't. I just felt the urge to purchase one so here are the pics for you to help decide before buying. Btw I saw other threads at OCN recommending this wrist rest as cheap alternative to the expensive Filco brand and Ducky brand wrist rest.

Wrist rest:
1. Top material is pleather/vinyl and it feels smooth.
2. Bottom material is plastic rubber like the 6Gv2 feet it's got a pretty good grip on the table, gonna put some felt pads on this one too smile.gif
3. It's gel filled, but it's not too firm and not too soft.
4. Flat top surface which is better for my wrist than those other rounded surface gel.
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My verdict on the wrist rest:

Do not get the palm rest, even though I like the quality of the one I got do not get it. I am not even using it. It's just like TickleMeElmo said on this thread, it's better when you hover your wrist. I just felt the urge to buy one, but it was a mistake. I prefer using my keyboard without the wrist rest. My keyboard is placed in the middle of the table and because of that my elbow or my forearm is rested on my big table and find the wrist rest unnecessary. But I guess if your keyboard is close to the edge of the table, then you might need it but then again you might find that you don't need it at all. Hope this helps.








Edit:3-22-11


Hey guys, I told you about me trying to dye my keycaps legend last week. Here's an update.

So I got me a Rit dye/tint Black($2.50 @StaterBros.), homemade keycap puller(read about it in forum and decided to make one for myself) using 2 paperclip, keyring, and a longnose.

Here's how I made my homemade keycap puller: things you need: straightened paperclip, keyring, and a longnose.

Take one key ex: ESC key and use it as a guide to bend the paperclip like this. Try to get both ends the same length as close as you can, if it came out uneven use the cutter on your longnose, if it has one, to cut the paperclip ends at the same length.
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Do the following for the paperclip endings.
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You should have something like this.
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Then put both in the keyring till you have something like this.
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Here's a still image of the homemade keycap puller in action.
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I tried dyeing my ESC key using the laziest way, microwaved water and it look something like this.
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At first, I tried applying a drop of the dye on the key, but it failed. Then I tried dipping the ESC key face down in the cup, but apparently the hot water turned out cold in 5 minutes in this cold weather. The dye instruction says use boiling water and let it soak, but I didn't too lazy to do it tonight.

So my ESC key after attempting to dye it using the lazy method looks like this.
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I'll try to do the right way of dyeing tomorrow.

Btw, my WASD keys are still clean, cuz i use gloves when using it lol.
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REVIEW Continued in Post #3
REVIEW Continued in Post #3
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Edited by YanYan001 - 5/6/11 at 9:46am
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I might end up buying the 6Gv2 anyway. That's really cheap packaging to use paper as space filler instead of packing peanuts or air bubbles. Still need a hard mouse pad for my mouse though.

EDIT: Where did it shipped from?
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POST #1 Continuation


Edit: 4-3-2011



Hey guys, I did not continue with the dyeing process, however, I resorted to a different method to keep the keys from aging(shininess & darkening of legends).

Most of the 6Gv2 owners in this thread were having problems with the keycaps quality such as darkening of the legends in just a couple of days use and also the shininess problem in just a week use. So, I thought, how can I preserve the keycaps from aging?

I considered replacing the keycaps, but didn't want to replace the keys that were barely used. So I looked into getting keyboard stickers, specifically blank keyboard stickers. Found one on eBay, I have.

There were quite a selection of blank keyboard stickers on eBay such as all black, all white, but I was particularly interested in the blank keyboard sticker with transparent background. So I purchased one for a little over $4 and here is my review after I placed the stickers on my keycaps.


The sticker is like scotch tape, but a bit softer and a bit thinner and has a matte finish surface also sticks pretty good as well. I had to use a tweezer to carefully place a sticker on each key. It took a bit of time, but it's worth it if you want to preserve your keys from aging. (Imagine a big good quality scotch tape with pre-cut keys that's how it looks like).


It came in an envelope and the sticker looks like this when laid out. (since this stickers has 103 keys no sticker for spacebar, I had to cut the unused parts so I can use it for my spacbar. See the rest of the pictures below for spacebar closeup).
note: This picture was taken after I applied the sticker on the keycaps, that's why you see the sticker all crumpled. It's actually neatly and safely folded in the envelope.
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Here is the full keyboard with stickers (I don't have a before picture, since it was too dark last night and too tired. Also, notice the +key on the numpad doesn't have a sticker, and I had to cut one of the sticker to fit the enter-key. See the rest of the pictures below for numpad closeup).
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An even closer shot.
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Here are the WASD keys. (I had to refrain from using these keys till I get the stickers on them. Notice how new they still look even after 3-4 weeks use heheh).
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There are 2 stickers w/ special cuts for the J and F keys, but none for the 5-key in the numpad.
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Here's the enter-key (this sticker I purchased was not designed for 6Gv2 layout, but if you purchase two stickers then you can fill in those other keys and just cut the stickers according to your keycap size.
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The +key doesn't have a sticker since I placed the biggest sticker(a sticker specifically for right shift key) on my spacebar, because I use it more than my +key. Also, I don't know if you can tell but I had to cut a millimeter or two on the side of the Enter key sticker to make it fit.
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And here is my fail spacebar sticker(hey atleast it's protected and wont get shiny even after it reached its 50Million life cycle).
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Btw, some of the keycaps doesn't have the right size sticker such as the CapsLock, Enter, RightShift, +key on numpad, enterkey on numpad, and the spacebar ofcourse. You might be able to cover these keys evenly if you purchase a second sticker. But this will do for now.


I hope this watchamacallit thread helped you especially preserving your keycaps without replacing them and I wish you guys happy typing on your 6Gv2 or any keyboard for that matter. Thanks for all the replies and this will be my last edit on this post.
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I think Phaedrus explained about the various Cherry MX switches anyway. When Brown switches get worn out after continuous use, they become Red switches. Still it is a great deal to find Black switches cheap brand new (unlike some Deck keyboards). I know Razer's Black Widow is also cheap for Blue switches, but quality issues are there.
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I think Phaedrus explained about the various Cherry MX switches anyway. When Brown switches get worn out after continuous use, they become Red switches. Still it is a great deal to find Black switches cheap brand new (unlike some Deck keyboards). I know Razer's Black Widow is also cheap for Blue switches, but quality issues are there.

Yeah for $69.99 can't go wrong with this. I like the build and quiet sound, but I just need to get used to the tension/resistance of the keys.

I'm gonna play COD4 and see if I'm still a pro slasher with this new mech keyboard.
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Your fingers just need some adjusting to. The dell at101W i had that uses black alps needs around 70g~ of force to bottem out 65~ to actuation. My fingers are use to the keyboard now and i type on it pretty normal.
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Your fingers just need some adjusting to. The dell at101W i had that uses black alps needs around 70g~ of force to bottem out 65~ to actuation. My fingers are use to the keyboard now and i type on it pretty normal.

The thing though was I was expecting it to feel exactly like the 7G I tried at Fry's, but they aren't. This has a bit more resistance than 7G. But oh wells atleast my fingers are getting more exercise. In a month time, I'll probably be a great massager or bread maker lol.
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Either that or your fingers are more dangerous when you flex your fingers and handle objects with care. I should order one tomorrow. Do you know where the keyboard was sent from? One day is very fast for shipment.
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bought mine yesterday. but i dont think i will be getting mine today. i heard warehouse is in chicago thats why it took 28 hours to get to you. i live in washington will will take 2-3 days. i might get mine on monday or tuesday(hopefully, i hate shipping that take forever)
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