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old one's capped

/mkg/- meme keycaps edition

I just bought a chink board with Blues, thankyou for the advice /mkg/

>Buyer's template:
>Where to Buy:
>Use buyers template
>Keyset wiki

>> No.55766295
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>old one's capped
no it isn't

oh well

in for memes

>> No.55767078

eugh please tell me those caps are temporary

>> No.55767176
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I'll call and raise you one meme.

>> No.55767178

they are

>> No.55767215

i really love the look of the preonic, but i could never type on otholinear consistently.

i'll still probably get a planck to use for while traveling next time they drop with the wood inserts.

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>> No.55767588


Is this mechanical? And can it be used?

>> No.55767589
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alright so i just replaced the switches in my keyboard and all of the keys work perfectly except for backspace

when i press backspace it presses
and all of the arrow keys

what the fuck do i do?

>> No.55767590

here are my options

buy a corsair k70 with blue or reds or browns
buy cm quickfire browns only
buy some god knows what brands with any switch and way cheaper

>> No.55767606

please no racial slurs

>> No.55767638

see if you accidentally connected any lines on the PCB

reflow the solder on the backspace, then take it out all together if still no luck

>> No.55767650

>Is this mechanical?
it has green linear alps

>And can it be used?
with a new controller

>> No.55767757
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I would like to buy model M in Poland and I am pretty clueless. Is it that much meme keyboard? Personally, I find the layout of the keyboard to be great and I used to work on various "clones" with such designs.

- It is quite a challenge to find English-layout keyboard in Polish auctions / craigslist-like sites. Any fellow anons from Poland has some own experiences with obtaining it?
- What is the price I should not cross? I am looking for prices and they are very different. For instance on UK site there is 100 pounds, while on US amazon its 100 dollars.
- I guess the shipping is part I need to simply deal with it.

>> No.55767779

Just buy one and spend whatever it takes on one. They're better than the rest of the junk posted here.

>> No.55767801

yeah i had to mcgyver one of the switches and that must have been what fucked it up

ill do that shit later thanks for the help man

>> No.55767879

how are reds? should i get them as first switch? Blues seem too loud/annoying. Browns are universally shit. The rest seem have high actuation force which is probably bad for video games.

>> No.55767892

heavy switches are only bad for games if you have baby fingers

>> No.55767912

I do thanks for noticing.

>> No.55767936

then get reds

>> No.55767945
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Got this one today, has blue switches and sounds pretty nice

>> No.55768017
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Who /comicsans/ here?

>> No.55768147

It's a pain in the ass to get one in Western Europe too.

>> No.55768199

anyone heard of brand genesis? should I get genesis rx75 that for cheaper with blacks or a corsair k70 with reds?

>> No.55768216

no they're not.

model ms are overrated memes.

>> No.55768226
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My grail keyboard is the Dino with alps.
I'm undecided as to how much I like it. Planck comes with aluminum shell bottom instead of the steel plate/wood sides afaik. Mine came with a nice carrying case, I assume the Planck does too

>> No.55768239

>ortholinear layout

damn who knew babies were so pro

>> No.55768246
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Could You elaborate more?

>> No.55768261

They're by far superior to the disgusting 60% memeboards posted here.

>> No.55768281

50%>40%>model m>80%>60%

>> No.55768284
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The last Planck drop before this one used wood inserts between the stainless plates.

I really hope they bring this back

>> No.55768294

Lol no.

>> No.55768322

is it white clone alps?

>> No.55768346
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Is this a good keyboard?

>> No.55768361

Aww gee, I'm pretty sure that it will fit some obscure optic wise use cases.

>> No.55768362

I had this kb for a few months.
Holds up fine so far and pretty gud to type on.

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>> No.55768418

test no image

>> No.55768431
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There is less than a week left in July.

>> No.55768556

cherry ML switches
some like them some don't
if it's less than 15$ get it

>> No.55768608

>big and clunky unless you pay crazy for the ssk
>obnoxious amounts of ping
>dat 2kro

they're fine, literally typing on one right now, but they're not the end all by far. buckling springs aren't objectively the best switch type, and i don't care how "well built" these are, when was the last time you broke a keyboard?

>> No.55768628

>obnoxious amounts of ping

>> No.55768656

I'd also like to buy a model m
I like the clunky look and loud sound
I'm only worried about linux drivers

>> No.55768726

Get a unicomp

>> No.55768752

One of the new ones?
They're a bit pricey compared to some on ebay
I really don't have a lot of money

>> No.55768800

You can find them on eBay too. New USB ones are $85 and don't require adapters or have issues.
Plus it pays the people who are still making buckling springs instead of randoms. Search thrift stores for model Ms, alternatively

>> No.55768857
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>model ms are overrated memes.

You're a meme

>> No.55768875

You don't really need to worry about drivers.

>> No.55768902

that's what i figured but you never know
I have $56 and found some on ebay that fit that budget, though they might need a cleaning but that's free
I already have an adapter as well

>> No.55768946

>not even white square

if you're gonna be a meme at least do it properly


make sure it's a ps/2 board and not a terminal board otherwise you're going to need an adapter you probably don't have

>> No.55768952

>about Model M
Some of them are manufactured by Lexmark. Any technical difference?

>> No.55768976

yeah the ones i'm looking at aren't
the terminal boards are fucking big anyways. all those extra function keys and shit

>> No.55769002

are you referring to your keyboards as niggers due to them being a darker shade than they should or us as the niggers for not being stupid enough to overpay for outdated technology

>> No.55769353

lol just realized my adapter is usb to ps/2
fuck me

>> No.55769355

My keyboards are my niggers
The 1986 model ms are the best feeling. The rest are basically identical.

>> No.55769403

I've heard that some of the Lexmark ones are lower quality but idk
They should function the same just google the model number

>> No.55769426
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>tfw not only comfy, but cozy as well

>> No.55769480

Some of the later Lexmarks had permanently attached cables but the internals were mostly the same. The decent Lexmarks were just as good, they got bad rep for also producing quiet versions (greased spring and rubber domes) but as long as you look up the model number and it checks out as buckling spring you're good to go

>> No.55769515

I also got one recently, but do you feel like the enter key feels a bit off?

>> No.55769651

Anyway, according to prices and shipping, that will be up to 200$ to spend (100$ keyboard, 100$ shipping).

>> No.55769889

Do Kahil Red switches have very low resistance like Cherry MX red switches?

>> No.55770048

nice "csE" key anon

>> No.55770135

thanks anon

i payed $260 for it from reddit. it's a really rare artisan keycap.

>> No.55770347

just buy a quickfire if you really have to

>> No.55770422
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Is there a way to fix the numberpad on my Model M?

>> No.55770437

buy an ssk

>> No.55770508

what do you mean with "fix the numpad"?

does it not work? or do you wanna remove it?

>> No.55770692

maybe he wants to make sure it doesn't breed

>> No.55770989

hi i never posted in thread like this
so i wanted ask
can i replace my razer blackwidow( the first one) keycaps with something more swag?

>> No.55771075

the blackwidow's bottom row is non standard so most keycap sets won't fill it completely

as long as the set is mx switch compatible they will work besides that

but you should sell your blackwidow and buy something at least decent anyway

>> No.55771103

no one want this old crap hahahah

>> No.55771457

you could get some money for it atleast im sure like 40$ probably

>> No.55772394

I just bought a KB v60 and the key binds are weird. I see there's settings switches on the back of it, but there's no markings as to what they are. I got it used so there was no manual. Does anyone have a link that could help me out?

--- or take a picture of your manual? <3

>> No.55772524


>> No.55772785

How about save like 30 extra bucks and buy a ducky

>> No.55772904

link to where you can buy a ducky for 40$?? :+)

>> No.55773645

or this

>> No.55774015

Can someone help me find a keyset for my quickfire rapid (ten keyless) for under ~$30

>> No.55774236


this is what i use on mine

>> No.55774471

Just copped

How did I do /mkg/?

>> No.55774486

Anyone have a review of Gateron Browns?

I'm mainly concerned with longer term functionality - are they known for not breaking down over extended use?

>> No.55774511

they haven't been around long enough for extended use to be a thing

i don't think anyone's ever reported serious switch breaking though. the only build issue with gaterons seems to be that they wobble a bit more than cherry switches.

>> No.55774521

they should outlive you, and will last much longer than the rest of the board unless you fuck them up

>> No.55774542


Depends on what's broken. If it's the circuit membrane, you're kinda screwed. If it's the switch, should be kinda simple.

If you need help with what to do, go search for "Care and Feeding of an IBM Model M"

>> No.55774566


How long have they been around? If I can get 5-10 years I won't complain much.


Haven't had a cherry fail on me yet - but I'm creepin over 100m keystrokes across two boards so far.

>> No.55774644
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>buy cyan leds
>they are green
>take picture
>cyan in every picture


>> No.55774659

you colorblind senpai

>> No.55774808

moderate/major deutan

>> No.55775045

Why would a jpg cure my colorblindness?

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Took this for /k/

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Don't get me wrong, the Model M is a classic and a fine KB. But for my money, I'd rather have a Unicomp. Brand new, takes up less space than an original one, and made in America.

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First keyboard I ever bought arrived today. Hope it was worth it.

>> No.55776666

Is 115$ a good price for a quic fire rapid-i Blue switch model

>> No.55776773

Not really, they usually go for around 70-80 bucks

>> No.55776820


>> No.55776925

>see those shit keycaps
>already know its a filco
i hope you bought that board because it was cheaper than the other ones and you plan to replace the keycaps

>> No.55777876

I can't fucking decide
Either I'm going with a 80€ Corsair K65 or a CM Storm Novatouch for around double the price.
I've had reds before and really liked them but after looking up sound comparisons on youtube Topre switches just seem to have such an incredibly premium feel that's just worth experiencing, even for such a high price.
What's it gonna be /g/

>> No.55777923

What the fuck? They cost around 150$ in Germany...

>> No.55777937

Oh, you're in Europe.

I just gave up on ISO and started importing my shit from wherever with my second keyboard.

Certainly not the corshit.

>> No.55777942

Germany is a shithole when it comes to mechanical keyboards, fellow germanfag.
Müssen es denn unbedingt blue switches sein? Gibt nämlich das K65 von Corsair für 80€, super Verarbeitung und meiner Meinung nach sehr vernünftig designt, hat allerdings red switches.

>> No.55777952

Why not? From what I can tell there seems to be nothing wrong with it.

>> No.55777972


You have access to all kinds of cool original Cherry boards, why get CM shit?

cumb.de has a ton of MX black boards for like 5 euro

>> No.55777976

Sorry, should have clearified
I am not >>55776666

I was just surprised that they cost that much here

>> No.55778207

double dubs and quads holy shit

>> No.55778549
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My coworkers are going to kill me, but I don't give a shit.
It's just payback for all the noise they make all year round.

>> No.55778823

Is 109€ a good price for the Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Rapid-i Cherry MX Brown Switches?

> inb4 europoor

>> No.55779234
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well fuck, I'm buying it now

>> No.55779283

>tfw yuropoor
>tfw can't decide what switches for next keyboard
>tfw can't fund a decent tester with all the current Cherry switches
>tfw birthday soon and wanna treat myself

>> No.55779466
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Thoughts or experience on the Sentraq S60-X?

Planning on picking one up when the next drop comes round.

>> No.55779605

Which mechanical keyboards would /g/ recommend for a hairy guy? I obsessively clean my keyboard but it gets filled with hair under the keys and I'm looking for a model that's very easy to clean and where hair can't get trapped underneath too easily.

>> No.55780040

varmilo vb87m

it has semi floating keys and is wireless for easy cleaning

>> No.55780857

Well I've tried out two keyboards so far. With brown and blue switches. I didn't like either. Using those key tester things doesn't really give you the full experience. I bottom out because i'm a fag so the browns just felt weird. The blues even worse because I felt 3 things going on. I've decided to go with reds since I think they'll suit me the most since I can't help but bottom out. I would've considered topre but it's just out of my budget.

>> No.55781004

sounds like you should try mx clears, they're stiffer than browns with a more pronounced bump

>> No.55781032

I use Clears at work and I love them for typing. Great switch. Especially in a Pok3r.

>> No.55781042

Wireless is reliable? I have horrible experience with wireless devices and have stayed away from them for years.

>> No.55782197

Should I buy a white or black HHKB? Can't decide.

>> No.55782319

black, blank obviously. Printed black HHKB looks like a pile of shit.

>> No.55782346
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White with legends
don't be a fag like this guy>>55782319

>> No.55782355

but I only suck dicks ironically

>> No.55782375

Are mechanical keyboards a meme? I got one and honestly I prefer my chinkpad's keyboard over it by a longshot

>> No.55782377

Of course

>> No.55782386

I'll let you taste mine if you like

>> No.55783136

any reason to go for this rather than just getting a Satan gh60 kit off of eBay or Aliexpress

>> No.55783660

don't pay over 150$ for plastic boards anon.

>> No.55783684
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They are mostly placebo unfortunately. 120$ should be the maximum you spend on one.

>> No.55783996


that's not even enough for a filco

>> No.55784067
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what do you think

>> No.55784112


huh? they're 124 shipped on amazon at regular price

>> No.55784120

goddamn i hope the gmk carbon drop included 0.5u keys

>> No.55784423
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Is the modable? Can I just buy a black pbt space bar somewhere that fits? Seems like a mess to mod I'll make a cluster fuck removing these stems then have to plant new stems just off center of the mess I make.

Keyboard is a 3 or so year old Leopold fc-3456-a.

>> No.55784708

not >>55779605 but varmillo does make non wireless versions i don't know where to buy them tho.

>> No.55784999

Never had a mechanical keyboard before, but I'm thinking of getting a cheaper one for use on my desk bound laptop.
around 60 dollars is my limit
>Location (continent at least)
US of A
>Preferred switch type
From what I've read, it sounds like blues are what I want. I've tried greens irl and they aren't super great imo
Looking at a diagram definitely ANSI
>Form factor
My laptop has a 100 percent layout with fn and numpad. I would like either 100 percent or 80, I don't really care which.
I don't really mind the lel gamer colorz too much, as long as you can turn it off. I would prefer white leds
>Previous/current keyboards
Acer laptop keyboard, (chiclet) and a logitech keyboard/trackpad combo that I don't find easy to type on, the keys are too close together for me.

I was looking at this:

My main problem with the f2012 listed is that the bottom of the keyboard is a disgusting blue.

>> No.55785129


>> No.55785498
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I have this coming in the mail (Cherry MX 11900).
Tell me how shit it is and how much of a waste it was for $35.
I just wanted something cheap with Cherry MX for my first mech.

>> No.55786635

its actually pretty good
for $35 as long as its functional you really cant get any better value

>> No.55786690
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>not just pressing the bare switch
what type of pansy are you
white is the only patrician option

>> No.55786732

>drop liquid into ducky keyboard on accident
>15 or so minutes later keyboard begins wigging out and inputing enough keypresses to lag whatever program is active

How bad did i just screw myself

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>> No.55786787

You can get the ones that are full size, but as a user of the ultra classic (in raven grey) I really do agree.

I regret not getting the one with the nipple though, I think it'd be very useful. I'd also kill for a few media keys.

>> No.55786806

So time to start looking for a replacement fucked?

>> No.55786811

Just let it completely dry off before using it again. It should be fine.

>> No.55786826

you let it sit and didn't unplug it right away.

>> No.55786844

I unplugged it as soon as i noticed the problem its keycapless and sitting out in the air right now

>> No.55786900

Probably fucked, that's how all of my keyboards die at least.

>> No.55787265
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looks like this

>> No.55787361
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What do I have here? Is this a mech keyboard?

>> No.55787377

thanks a lot for the hint

>> No.55787436

Are you able to create an account, put something in the basket or log in in general?
Trying to buy from there but it's literally not possible

>> No.55787454

I had a mysql error when I loaded the page, so I don't expect too much

>> No.55787474
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you watch your ironic fag mouth.

>> No.55787565

So, I thought Ducky was supposed to be a reputable company that had some quality control since the keyboards are so expensive

I was very wrong.

I bought a Ducky Shine 3 as my first and only mechanical, worked pretty well until 1/4 of the keyboard's LEDs randomly turned on and would not shut off.

I'm guessing there's some shoddy soldering somewhere in there or something, huge annoyance and I can't bring myself to pay for it to be repaired.

Also yes I know I'm a huge faggot for buying a backlit keyboard, won't make that mistake again.

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Here's a picture for anyone who cares, I know it's dirty and I'm afraid to use flash because I know it will reveal whatever's lurking under those caps.

>> No.55787738

Can't you just RMA it? If it's too old you could try contacting ducky directly, maybe they are cool about it?

>> No.55787862
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What actual advantage does a mechanical keyboard give you?

>> No.55787870

Get your fucking tumblrshit out of here.

>> No.55788029

Typing feels so nice that I like to write something and just don't want to stop

>> No.55788071

Probably way too late, the kicker is that it happened for like 1 day and then stopped for (I shit you not) probably a year and a half.

It was an especially humid day when it happened so I kinda didn't think much of it and shrugged it off. Not to mention I had no pictures to proved it was faulty.

>> No.55788081

i know about 20 ducky boards i suggested friends to buy personally and none of them had issues
did the board come like that or is it more recent?
im sure ducky should be able to fix it for little to no cost

>> No.55788119

Well I must just be unlucky then, the first time I saw it happen was at most a week or two after purchase. But it went away for at least a year or 2 before it popped up again and remained as I mentioned here: >>55788071

I'll try sending an email to their support to see what they have to say I guess.

>> No.55788126

If I remember correctly, those old KeyTronics are rubber dome. However, they are regarded as a very good rubber dome. Pop off a keycap and take a look. How does it feel to type on?

>> No.55788365

Yeah, only buckling spring are worth buying, even for fun.

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using the site from >>55777972
do you think this thing is worth buying

>> No.55788748


better comfort really. I can type better on a mechanical keyboard than I can on rubber domes. I spend a majority of my time educational, work and fun-times with a keyboard. Might as well get something nice

>> No.55789016

Do you actually think this is cute?

>> No.55790468
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Pepsi or Coke?

I'm new to the mechanical keyboard stuff so I got a corsair k65 lux. It's pretty good but it tilts a tiny bit on the top right side but other than that liking it

>> No.55790503
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coming from canuck land. im looking for a budget rgb mechanical keyboard cause aesthetics. the best i can do is 150cad. any help?

>> No.55790595


>> No.55790685

Looking for my first Mechanical board, figuring I'd start low-end before getting something pricier. Issue is, I'm unsure where to start.

$70 or less
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
From what I've seen, brown would likely fit my needs best.
>Form factor
100% or 80%
Could give a fuck if there is one or not, preferably white if it does have one.
>Previous/current keyboards
Shitty rubber domes, current is a Rosewill RIKB-11003.

>> No.55790779

Sounds more like there's something shorting out things or like a firmware issue. Consider opening your keyboard and cleaning the PCB with some isopropyl alcohol.

Ducky makes good keyboards, but their strategy is actually to invest less in QC and to invest more in customer support instead. They're known for having absolutely amazing customer support in Taiwan, which is where they are located.

If you're outside of Taiwan, good luck I guess, hopefully they'll do something nice for you.

>> No.55790814

i like colour coding my setup

>> No.55791133

Coke is best

>> No.55791468

Guy who posted the image of the whitefox cap color here.

Heard back from the creator (but not massdrop) - that's apparently what they're supposed to look like. They're not 100% white.

>> No.55791478

They're not super ultra white, no. Gateron ghost white are whiter.

>> No.55791565


Yeah, but the caps I received had this yellow/ivory tint that is apparently ok. Was a bit concerned that they had rushed production because I received mine a few days before round 2 went live.

>> No.55791665

These hyper tiny hipster tier keyboards are neat and all, but what does it matter when our desks still look like shit due to garish ricer mice. Recommend me some good mice with side buttons /mkg/.

>> No.55791698

Mionix/Zowie whatever.

>> No.55792215
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I can sleep cozy now with these Gateron Blacks now with some thicc PBT caps.

>> No.55792237

I hope you spill your gay hipster soda.

>> No.55792254


>> No.55792296

have you tried mx blacks w/ thin keycaps?
hows weighting comparatively if you have

>> No.55792478

That Ducky in the background has MX Browns and the stock caps are pretty thin. I did have another set of caps on it that were really thin. I also tried that super thin set on the Gaterons and it was pretty meh. That's about as close as I've gotten lol. I was recommended Gateron Blacks with thick caps over MX Blacks and Gateron Clears tho

>> No.55792550

well gateron clears are mad light so that would explain that
everyone says gateron blacks are better than mx blacks in terms of smoothness but i think gateron blacks are also lighter so im scared that with thick keycaps they'll become too light
i like the weight of blues but theyre annoying and not linear(master switch type)

>> No.55792591
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white power

>> No.55792606

>non type-s
>printed font
cmon anon get ur shit together

>> No.55792672

i bought it before the type-s even existed

>> No.55792722

it's a KEYBOARD. it doesn't need any drivers. I've used my model m in linux for a decade

>> No.55792884
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>Literally just a 200$ rubberdome
>Posting this shit keyboard in a MECHANICAL KEYBOARD general
>Having autism

WEW (pic related)


these are nice for traveling, the switches feel a lot like browns

>> No.55792889


>> No.55792914
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rate the layout I'm about to buy

>> No.55792930

literally why

>> No.55792979

B-b-b-but it has a retarded layout f0r r34l h4xx0rz

(i use vim that means i'm a hacker)

>> No.55793037

the Ganns keyboard I just bought has shit keycaps, but good switches

>> No.55793047
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I'd like a new keyboard, open to suggestions. Unicomp keyboards look great in terms of aesthetic but I need higher than 2 key rollover. Das Ultimate seems OK except for the glossy plastic. Template below:

Budget: Up to 170 USD/230 AUD. Lower is always fine of course but for something exceptional I'll pay a premium
Location: Australia, can order most things from Amazon though
Preferred switch: Blue
Layout: ANSI
Form: 100%
Backlight: No
Previous/Current keyboard: K60 red switches

I'd like something more enjoyable to type on than what I have now with nice build quality that'll last a while. Nothing that looks like >>55768017 please, I don't want to be distracted by glowing LEDS or colours everywhere.

>> No.55793062

just buy a Filco

>> No.55793119

I went from a k60 reds -> k70 blues -> Pok3r blues.

If you want a metal frame, smaller size, and a even more tacticle and solid feel, go with the pok3r. I'm surprised how much better it feels than the k70, and I still love that keyboard.

>> No.55793121

Thanks for this, looks like a decent brand. Do you recommend any particular model or is it down to personal preference with all of them being good?

>> No.55793213
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Careful with filco, their plastic is really sensitive to cleaners and oils. Can't just rub them down with iso like any other plastic.

This photo is just from using iso alcohol which is a standard cleaning solvent for most keyboards.

>> No.55793222
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That's right. Whatcha gonna do about it?

>> No.55793225

you realize wasd is known for having terrible keycaps right

>> No.55793232


srsly, WASD isn't a step up from the stock caps at all

>> No.55793239

WASD keycaps are just as shit ya dunce

As is maxkeyboard, whichever of the two it is that you're about to waste your money on

>> No.55793305

i own a hhkb and that photo triggers me every time i see it

>> No.55793332
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Glad I could be of service

>> No.55793346

I have one of these,but never got successfull to wiring it to PS/2. Num led will blink once and that's all it can do.

>> No.55793347

Appreciate it, that seems to be a common problem.

Thanks for your suggestion, although I'm looking for something with a numberpad it seems like a good choice anyways and I'll get it if I can find a deal

>> No.55793363

is there a good manufacturer of custom keycaps?

>> No.55793376

wtf is this?

>> No.55793398

because your port probably can't supply enough power for it

use an active converter like this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BSJFJS/

signature plastics, but you're better off buying a set like these from aliexpress unless you like waiting months for assdrop


>> No.55793399

you can't buy anything with that level of customization at that price
obviously the downfall of that is complete shit quality
SA offers nice keycaps but the majority of their keycaps are only done through groupbuys so you have to be in the right place at the right time and are somewhat price ~$100
GMK is also another popular manufacturer with considerably better quality but also at a higher price ($80 is the cheapest i've ever seen and also happens to be available to get rn)
Gateron keycaps are probably the best keycaps for value because not only are they about as thick as GMK(actually might be thicker) they are made out of PBT which doesn't shine as fast as ABS
actually i dont know anyone with shiny PBT you gotta have some nasty oily hands/never wash your hands to make that happen
issue is gateron/enjoyPBT is relatively ugly and bland

>> No.55793417

its some optician office keyboard
u kno where the people who need glasses to get their eyes checked for a prescription

>> No.55793431

(signature plastics)
thanks anon

>> No.55793458

Anon,I use PS/2 directly,not through a USB converter. It's because I had to wire a PS/2 cable myself. 1995,made by Lexmark if that helps.

>> No.55793479

I'd still try one of these, they're cheap enough. Unless it's an older computer, most Ms draw more power than newer ports can handle.

>> No.55794366

I want to get a mechanical keyboard for the first time to play fps games and work on the desktop. Is a Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Rapid-i with brown switches a good starting point? I can get it for 109€ at a local store and the keyboard has italian layout, which is great since I'm italian. Thanks in advance!

>> No.55794382

Not really, I wouldn't recommend browns or italian layout.

>> No.55794438

> italian layout
It's good to me, since I'm italian. What is wrong with italian layout?
> brown switches
Ok what would you recommend then? Other models that caught my interest were the Topop (45€) and the VicTsing (39 €), both of them having Cherry blue switches and being tenkeyless. They have american layout though, which I'm not very familiar with. I don't want a full sized keyboard, since I'm not going to use the numpad anyways and I think that I'd probably have a more comfortable position when playing with the mouse on a tenkeyless keyboard.

>> No.55794463

>What is wrong with italian layout?
The moment you decide that you want some aftermarket keycaps that aren't as shit as the stock keycaps that almost every keyboard comes with, you will curse yourself for using ISO.

Browns are the shittiest of cherry switches. If you want something just as light, get reds. Otherwise blues, clears, greens or whatever else floats your boat, just don't get browns.

>> No.55794480

Thank for the reply. I find your statement against browns a bit puzzling to be honest, because I'm sure that I heard many people say that browns are a very good compromise for both gaming and working.

>> No.55794495

That's pure marketing. No matter what you use it for, they will always feel like rougher MX reds when you get up to speed.

>> No.55794514

>because I'm sure that I heard many people say that browns are a very good compromise for both gaming and working
there's no such thing as a "best" switch for gaymen or for typing. That's marketing bullshit that for some reason still keeps getting propagated by people who have no idea what they're talking about.

Browns feel like reds with dirt in them, they may seem tactile if you slowly press the key down, but as soon as you actually build up any speed and momentum when typing they'll just feel like linears with shit stuck in the middle.

>> No.55794530

>overpay for outdated technology
They almost all still work the same way a new keyboard does after 20+ years. Do you know what the word outdated means anon?

>> No.55794535

Ok thank you. Then I should look into a mech keyboard with red switches? Do you have any brand/model you can recommend? Most of the keyboards I checked on the net have either blue switches or brown switches...

>> No.55794564
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Get it while it's hot.

>> No.55794582

I'd recommend getting a switch tester and checking what suits your tastes. There's plenty of chink keyboards that provide quite good value for the price, if you want a more reputable brand, look for cooler master or ducky. Cooler master makes good bang for the buck keyboards, ducky makes a bit more expensive and somewhat fancier keyboards.

Other than that there's also a ton of other good brands out there, one being the KUL that the other anon just posted. If you tell us your budget we can recommend you something that fits it.

>> No.55794689

Thank you. I don't have any limit on budget to be honest, what I'm looking for is mainly a keyboard that is durable and reliable over extended time of usage for both gaming and working. I'm looking for a keyboard with caps having low resistance to pressure. Since it's my first mech keyboard, I'm searching for something below 150€. I heard great things about Filco's keyboards, but I don't know if spending that much money for the first keyboard would be a wise investment (here they range from 130€ up to 200€). I checked some eu sites for the Kul ES 87 and so far I've found one dutch site where tbe Kul es 87 with red switches is worth 145€.

>> No.55794829

I was checking some keyboards on the net when I stumbled across this: http://www.drako.it/drako_catalog/product_info.php?products_id=17747

Is Ozone a good brand?

>> No.55794938

the kul is supposed to be a good value proposition
realistically if you buy a proper board such as a filco or KUL you should never have to replace it unless you get the mental illness most of us have and begin to buy a board like anything with topre or begin on custom boards
it seems to be a subpar board

>> No.55795015

Ok thank you. Are red switches also good for standard typing? I'm going to see if I can get a KUL for a lower price.

>> No.55795068

really you can't go wrong with any switch
the only bad one is browns theyre trash in all respects
if you haven't owned a mechanical keyboard before the most seamless transition would be most likely into mx reds or gateron blacks
mx blacks are most likely too heavy and gateron reds are most likely too light

>> No.55795069
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My sister wants to buy me good keyboard for birthday and I don't want her to spend too much on it, but I don't want some shit tier keyboard either. Been looking into getting mechanical for some time now, I'm studying programming and play a lot, but I'd rather avoid gaymer gear

Around $70 I'd say, $100 is absolute max, but generally the cheaper the better.
Poland, so finding good used one will be a lot harder.
>Preferred switch type
Tactile, rather quiet than clicky, I don't want to wake anyone in house. I liked MX Brown when I tested it at friends' place, but I didn't try other switches so I don't have any experience.
ANSI, the main reason is longer left shift, but I heard this can be fixed in ISO
>Form factor
Would prefer 100% with numpad, but 80% is fine too.

>> No.55795095

Not sure if it will work. I can get pic related in my town (about 10-15RON or so) but I don't think it will work. I installed resistors on the data and clock line,like in this guide - http://ps-2.kev009.com/ohlandl/keyboard/modify_keyboard/Model_M_Modifications.html (4.7k 5%) but to no help.

If anyone worked inside one of these (PCB wise) and if this helps,the wires of my PS/2 cable I used are 5v for red and black for GND. There are two wires,yellow and white,that I can't find out which is clock and which is data.

BTW,I found out that my Model M is a Dutch version and it uses rubber domes (enclosed in some black thingy that covers whole keyboard without case) instead of buckling springs. Is it still worth saving?

>> No.55795127

Ok thank you. I'm falling in love with the Filco Majestouch 2 MX red, but unfortunately it doesn't have italian layout and it costs around 208€ on Amazon.it.

>> No.55795141
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Forgot pic.

>> No.55795197

Low power supply through the PS/2 port is probably the problem, yeah.
That said, both of these Ms are plugged directly into my own computer's and work computer's motherboard PS/2 plugs, and they work perfectly.
I mean, my computer at work can't have a top tier mobo, can it?

That shit works pretty good and could help with the power issue, but be warned, for some reason these white generic ones reset the keyboard every nth keystrokes.

I'd recommend getting the black Belkin ones, they don't exhibit this behavior.

>> No.55795200
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Got onna dees bois

Not my photo, but same stock
Going to solder the white LED's soon
Second one is a Ducky Shine 3

>> No.55795228

Press FN+F10 and fiddle around the LED settings

It sometime does that, update the firmware to the latest one available

>> No.55795237

I think it's a matter of the PS/2 port being an afterthought on most boards. My high-end X99 board doesn't work with the native port, but my older win95 machine does all day.

That looks like a passive adapter, which definitely won't work. Try to find some active adapter like the blue cube I linked, they're sold internationally under different OEMs.

Dutch versions are definitely worth saving, it just won't fetch as much as the BS variants.

>> No.55795347
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>Low power supply through the PS/2 port is probably the problem, yeah.
>That said, both of these Ms are plugged directly into my own computer's and work computer's motherboard PS/2 plugs, and they work perfectly.
>I mean, my computer at work can't have a top tier mobo, can it?
Yeah,but my computer doesn't have a top tier board either. (in fact,it's a ASUS P5LD2 w/ P4 HT 3.2GHz) And I also tried on a older (socket 478,Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000) board and same effect.

As for that adapter,here's a quite blurry pic of its insides.

Also thanks,I'll do my best to save it. Still need to figure out the data and clock wires and their respective pins on the SN7405N.

>> No.55795441

Those keycaps are an unusual color (maybe it's just the pic). What's the model number for the board? I might be able to get a diagram for the controller.

>> No.55795508

Oh,not my KB,but here's what it says:

And back of the keyboard says 71G4622,1378705 EC 1391461.

>> No.55795552

The pics of theese look just like the buckling spring models. Do you have a pic with the keycap taken off?

>> No.55795583

Mine doesn't have keycaps,nor buckling springs. They're simple keys,like those you find on generic keyboards,so no keycaps at all.

>> No.55795591


The keys come right off even on the one piece version. Are there discrete domes under each one? That's a pretty unusual version if so.

>> No.55795634
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i just don't like people to be able to use my computer
most cannot type blindly, it therefore serves as a noob protection
the tux is just to brighten my day

>> No.55795651

>most can't type blindly

I'm honestly shocked by this. Touch typing is easy as fuck. I don't understand how you can use a computer as much as people do nowadays and not just fucking pick it up naturally.

>> No.55795658
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Most people in my place can type blindly, so I have to resort to other measures

>> No.55795679

are you mocking me?
this is the truth, sadly.
3 days ago: boss is sitting next to me, I explain some data for him. I just hit up some document, laying out our thoughts.
him: "Where did you learn to type that fast?"
me: "errr, my mom is a secretary, I guess.."
>autism grows stronger

>> No.55795731

There are no keycaps. Really. And yes,under each key,there's a discrete dome.

>> No.55795927

Do you need to insert that for the keyboard to work?
Moar pix?

>> No.55796032
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Yeah, the slot is soldered to an add-on board made by GMK. Works pretty well but I'm fucked if I lose the card!

>> No.55796043
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ISO/DE GMK G80 with vintage MX Blacks

>> No.55796260

Where the fuck do you work that you need to protect your keyboard like that?

>> No.55796281

That's pretty cool anon, I like it

>> No.55796328
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Fully handmade and wired what do you think?

>Ignore shitty college textbook pls

>> No.55796394

I wasn't mocking you, just expressing exasperation at how so many people can be so hopeless at things they use so regularly.

I don't even type particularly fast by /g/ standards, but to some of my normie friends I'm a fucking speed demon.

I'm glad that my testing team at work are all either experienced or young and clued up on technology.

>> No.55796436

More pics

let's see the guts

and the actual top

did you make the case yourself? What about the plate?

>> No.55796466


You call that a textbook? Looks more like a grade school agenda. College a shit.

>> No.55796493


Its a keytronic, a rubbedome. Its like 80% of a topre switch though it doesnt feel like a mechanical.

>> No.55797486


No one knows a good way to mod spacebars? Or a place to buy a non standard space bar? Black pbt?

>> No.55797515

Are you looking for a spacebar with stems like the one on the top? I actually have one like that laying around on my ducky shine 4 (that never gets any use)

>> No.55797542


The bottom one is what I need. The top is what seems to be pretty standard. Notice which one lines up with the switches that are exposed.

Leopold did some fairly non standard things with their spacebars and changed them more then once. I might just have to make one to fit.

>> No.55797572

Oh I see, good luck then.

If it's any consolation, you seem to be sporting browns, so getting a new board doesn't seem like that terrible of an option to me.

>> No.55797614

Seriously i was doing a group project one time where we had to simulate arthritis. We tested typing and I was like 30-45wpm with my hands covered in tape. A group member remarked that I still types faster than they normally did.

>> No.55797663

Use it as a FN key

(also, where in the hell are you going to get 1x0.75u keycaps?)

>> No.55797757

CM boards should be in your price range.

>> No.55797959
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alright /a/ i bought corsair k70 for 100 europoors so did i dun goof

>> No.55798061

cherry reds or gateron reds

>> No.55798134



>> No.55798542
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Is this keyboard mechanical? 50 buckets. http://www.banggood.com/MOTOSPEED-Inflictor-CK104-NKRO-RGB-Backlit-Mechanical-Gaming-Keyboard-Outemu-Blue-Switch-p-1047759.html

>> No.55798896
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Oops forgot to post the other two lol


>> No.55798914
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Yea made the case myself and the plate I had laser cut out of acrylic but. Going to redo it with aluminum it's too flexy


>> No.55798931

>Outemu Blue Switch
It's mechanical.

>> No.55798985

>No N-Key rollover

It's shit

>> No.55799066

>builds keyboard
>keeps the retarded staggered layout

>> No.55799073
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My friend has found old Compaq RT101 in his garage. Apparently it's rubberdrome, but some fags on reddit say old dome is better than new ones. Is he right? Does it have any value?

>> No.55799086

Just what I'm most comfortable with

>> No.55799525
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Dremel the stems out, sacrifice some shitty keycaps and superglue stems on the right place. I did with my keycool and it works just fine.

>> No.55799560

Hello. Where can I buy keycaps for my varmilo keyboard besides mass drop? Do they supply to any actual vendors or have a website of their own?

>> No.55799630
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Alright /mkg/ I'm in the market for my first mechanical keyboard. I've never typed or gamed on one before so I don't know exactly what I want, but I'll start with some basic criteria.
About $125
>Location (continent at least)
Western US
>Preferred switch type
I'm leaning towards MX Brown, but I actually have no idea. It needs to be fairly quiet so my girlfriend doesn't get pissed at my new purchase.
I want full keyboard with funtion keys and numpad.
Yes. This is a must. Frequently use in the dark.
>Previous/current keyboards
Current keyboard is my laptop Steelseries which I quite like as far as laptops go. Going to be using an external monitor from now on so I need to close my laptop thus need an external keyboard.

Anything else I can say that would help?

>> No.55799636

You dont need varmilo caps for a varmilo board. It has standard ANSI layout, pretty much every set out there will fit.

>> No.55799673

>my girlfriend

>> No.55799712
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I know I'm going to be shat on for this, but I'm new so what the hell.

I'm looking at this Corsair keyboard on Amazon and it looks pretty nice. I know I'm paying for the name but I honestly don't give much of a fuck, it's within my price range.


>> No.55799726

Ducky One.

>> No.55799745

But assuming I wanted varmilo keycaps is there a way to get them

>> No.55800076

nice picture, even if a little pintresty

>> No.55800181

They used to sell directly from their email [email protected] but it seems the qt3.14 chink salesgirl quit and now nobody at varmilo speaks english.

You can get some at ebay or aliexpress tho, but not for cheap.




>> No.55800538

No shame in being new, why do you need a load though? Get a tkl if you don't use it much, you'll thank yourself later.

Not a big fan of exposed key switches personally but if it works for you then ok

Probably a good first board, hope you like it

>> No.55800623

we should just change the sticky to:

>> No.55800652 [DELETED] 

If you want a high-end mouse, you're going to have to settle for a gaymer brand.

>> No.55800829


>> No.55800880

I forgot where I was.

>> No.55801316

I just got a pok3r with clear switches.
What should I do with it?

>> No.55801473

Don't press any of the keys, ever.

That's why there's so few of them, so there's less chance of you pressing them.

>> No.55801555

Ansi poker II, reds, used
Iso/Ansi filco majestouch 2 tkl, reds, new

I. can't. decide.
I rarely ever use the arrow keys or page down/etc but I do use the F keys sometimes.
I'm also ISO user and don't know if the switch is worth it.

Want to move from my blackwidow ultimate with mx blues...

>> No.55801619

Get the poker. Embrace the 60%.

>> No.55801949
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if only it had the silver on black emblem

>> No.55803072

did yours smell like weed too? did not expect that when I opened up the package, but I kekd.

>> No.55803402

Here is my request :

>Budget : cheapest (40~50)
>Location : France
>Preferred switch type : anything with feedback
>Layout : ISO
>Form factor : >>55795200 + 4 Arrows + Del key
>Backlight : would be nice
>Previous/current keyboards : Dell KB and laptop KB

>> No.55803475

triple that budget and you might have a chance to get something like that

>> No.55803495
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holy shit the solenoid is loud

>> No.55803844

Should I buy a gateway 2000 keyboard for like $2?

>> No.55804235


Maybe something similar to this : https://www.keychatter.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/keychatter_2015-12-11_15-43-11-679x350.jpg


>> No.55804548

yes those would be perfect but the only board in EU I know of with this factor are the noppoo choc mini and the filco minila
The noppoo has shitty fake switches (for the money) and the minila has that disgusting tiny spacebar.
I think I will go the safe route and go with filco majestouch 2 ninja ISo (yes with the nice big ass enter)

>> No.55805964

Anyone know where I could try out a 60% keyboard? There's one on massdrop that has a week left and I kinda want it but I'd like to test drive one first.

>> No.55806112

What's the best website to buy keycaps?

>> No.55806379
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just got pic related in the mail. while it was shipping i was looking for custom keycap sets for 75% keyboards but couldn't come across any. kindly asking for help because the font is ugly as fuck

>> No.55806443

try going to your local computer store and see if they have any keyboards on display . thats probably your best shot

>> No.55806505


>> No.55806547

I don't know if we have anything other than fucking Best Buy here, just moved to a new city

>> No.55806564

canada or us or uk?. if your canada try google searching canada computers. although they im pretty sure they dont carry any 60% keyboards

>> No.55806613


>> No.55806740

US, Wisconsin if it helps

>> No.55806749

look for keysets with 1800 kits.

You can also just buy a DSA TKL kit, should have enough keys to feed the board, plus it's all flat so profiles don't matter

>> No.55806798

You essentially need a TKL set of keys plus

* A 1.75u right shift
* A row 1 end
* A row 2 page down
* A row 3 page up

>> No.55806823

sorry they're not called 1800 kits, Donno why I said that

>> No.55807315
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Just got her today. How'd I do /mkg/?

>> No.55807345

could you link me to a site that sells those extra caps i need? im using wasd and i dont really understand all the dimensions. this is my first mechanical keyboard fyi

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Wish I could but I'm not with it atm, but yeah, it has a sorta mechanical feel, but not that sound/true feel.

I might head over and grab it this weekend, as I'm gonna be probably getting this retro unit, pic related

>> No.55808202

I was on the fence too and I bought both, sent the black one back. I prefer the printed keycaps, especially because the layout is a little unusual to learn. The print on the black is super hard to read, and ultimately, I just liked the white better. White is sharp, you'll like it.

>> No.55808722

this. Love my some Blues.

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