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07-09-2020 10:21 AM
Fluxmaven
Quote: Originally Posted by keikei View Post
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07-09-2020 07:50 AM
keikei
Quote: Originally Posted by Fluxmaven View Post
I'm pretty hyped for GMK Laser. I picked up the Cyberdeck kit. Now I just need RAMA to release the Kara and play the group buy waiting game.

Yo....
07-09-2020 07:13 AM
Fluxmaven I'm pretty hyped for GMK Laser. I picked up the Cyberdeck kit. Now I just need RAMA to release the Kara and play the group buy waiting game.
07-09-2020 06:31 AM
nofearek9 Smart Duck XS61 RGB 60% Mechanical Keyboard $40
https://drop.com/buy/smart-duck-xs61...nical-keyboard
07-05-2020 09:36 PM
CarnageHimura
Quote: Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post
I would say they need to see a doctor over that, Browns and silvers are the same acuation force, and Browns are more like a linear w/ warts - not much of a tactile switch now that I've experienced others.
Found the guilty, to much permatex on Shift's Stabs, the both are very heavy now explained on last post
07-05-2020 05:22 PM
DarthBaggins
Quote: Originally Posted by Fluxmaven View Post
You must be extremely sensitive to very minor changes. (or just a crybaby ) They both have the same actuation force. Silvers just have shorter travel and no tactile bump. Which browns are barely tactile to begin with.
I would say they need to see a doctor over that, Browns and silvers are the same acuation force, and Browns are more like a linear w/ warts - not much of a tactile switch now that I've experienced others.
07-02-2020 01:37 PM
CarnageHimura In a further investigation of my case... I thing the problem came after trying (ok, actually doing it) to lube the stabilizers without desolder anything, So, used Permatex 22058, I bet I used a lot of it and it pased to the stems and the Shifts are far more "mushi" than the another keys...

My Kritox has reached my country customs service, with luck in one or two weeks It will be here, so, maybe it worth to desolder the 4 stab switches in order to do the job as it should have been...

The lube is because I'm anxiously waiting for my Drop Alt High Profile! and I want to lube that Kailh Silvers, along with the lubricant come new stabilizers, in order to give the ALT the full mod package, jejejeje
07-01-2020 12:26 PM
nofearek9 https://drop.com/buy/womier-k66-v2-h...nical-keyboard
06-30-2020 09:45 PM
Pinnacle Fit So here’s a question about connectors. I have a Corsair k95 keyboard with two USB connectors. I want to make it quick disconnect. I thought it was a single USB cable that terminates in two usb-A to draw additional power, but im thinking its two separate cables now since I’ve seen pics of the disassembly online.

Here are my options. I have different connectors
2x Mini XLR 4 (one for each cable)

1x XLR10 (10 pole) - if there are two USBs then I can wire them both in one XLR and just use one connector for two wires.

1x XLR4 - combine both USB into the same connector...this seems really risky but im not sure, because isn’t that how any USB hub works? It combines all the signals for each of the four wires anyway.


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06-30-2020 08:49 PM
skupples i'm quite happy... just might need to get a case for my keyboard O.o! seems cheaper than a 2nd unit.

n yep, they've been doing this since before COVID was a thing in the western world.
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