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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-29-2020, 10:49 AM - Thread Starter
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Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition has 22ms debounce?

https://i.imgur.com/FtPjxIe.jpg

Wooting One on the Right 1000hz polling/scanrate with 0 debounce

Initial keypress latency is basically identical from what I can tell

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-27-2020, 12:53 AM
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I'm getting the same result as 22ms, on my old ducky keyboard i'm getting 15ms. Is this abnormally slow?

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I'm getting the same result as 22ms, on my old ducky keyboard i'm getting 15ms. Is this abnormally slow?
15ms is the standard for ducky keyboards. there are keybinds to lower this, but its highly likely you'll start getting key chatter due to ducky's terrible build quality (unless its an old ducky)

and that's nice for wooting, but have they resolved their own key chatter and squeaky stab issues? Or are they still refusing warranty assistance when people bring it up? They even told me ITS A KNOWN MANUFACTURER ISSUE... but won't fix it, or send/sell any additional replacement switches, unless I buy a full kit. (squeaky stabs are the most infuriating sensation ever. n no, lubing doesn't help a tolerance issue)

they're also the noisiest "reds" i've ever used. clunkier than this $50 EYOOSO I use for work.

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It's a ducky one where i get about 15ms, on my anne pro 2 i get 10ms. How do you lower it? I sent a support ticket to razor and they said this is by design.

https://www2.razer.com/au-en/razer-optical-switch
https://imgur.com/a/gaPU5ux

Pretty misleading advertising here though from them though when it is marketed as a gaming keyboard.

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It's a ducky one where i get about 15ms, on my anne pro 2 i get 10ms. How do you lower it? I sent a support ticket to razor and they said this is by design.

https://www2.razer.com/au-en/razer-optical-switch
https://imgur.com/a/gaPU5ux

Pretty misleading advertising here though from them though when it is marketed as a gaming keyboard.
I've been interested in trying this keyboard but according to Razer's own description of debounce it's slower than my old CM Quick Fire Rapid.
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but won't fix it, or send/sell any additional replacement switches, unless I buy a full kit. (squeaky stabs are the most infuriating sensation ever. n no, lubing doesn't help a tolerance issue)
Think most Manufacturers won't lift a single finger to help you here, in regards to any Stabilizer and/or Switch noise.

Have bought some Filcos, Leopolds, Custom Korean, Custom Chinese, custom Italian, custom German and even Israeli Keyboards here and ALL of them, won't do anything about their squeaky switches or stabs.

It's my problem only, hence I was forced to oil the stabs myself. Some where absolute failures others have worked whilst some had no effect whatsoever. The switches were more of a disaster because they had to be de-soldered and get new switches to replace. Took a long time to fix their mess from the factory.

So it will always come down to you to help yourself, irrespective to the amount of dollars thrown at any keyboard their manufacturers don't care. It's the 2020 rule of retail, get your money and send out faulty gear for you to tolerate and eventually fix out of your own pocket.
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I got a Hunstman TE today and I get 4ms on this website/tool. May be able to get less if I can find a better way to do it, I'm rubbish at swiping across like in the OP vid.

Edit: Yes, got it down to 0.

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This test is inaccurate, you should use your finger to swipe the keys as fast as possible.
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Sent this to a rep ages ago with more details, they said they'd get back to me. Predictably they didn't. I don't know if it's capable of being flashed by the end user, I just took the keycaps off and put them on my wooting and now it can collect dust like any razer keyboard probably should. I wouldn't mind but the viper/viper ultimate baited me into thinking they were a capable company.

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