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second hand memes edition

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

Old thread: >>57157449

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posting here too, fucking hate multiple threads

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slow day

>> No.57190048 [DELETED] 
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v2 of my garbage board in progress

what key should go in the upper left? obviously the bottom parts are thumb clusters but I'm going to copy/paste bits of this into an actual CAD program before cutting

>> No.57190094 [DELETED] 

i was thinking of a dedicated colon key but its hard to reach there

>> No.57190102
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Is that a Tada68? Do you like it? I have to wait until December till mine gets here :(

>> No.57190111

Print Screen

>> No.57190154
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It's easily the best value for money in a keyboard that I've come across.

And also one of the best keyboards I've come across.

>> No.57190205 [DELETED] 

guys i figured it out

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>> No.57190221
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No you didn't

Buy a HHKB.

>> No.57190250

For that price range you're better off with a model F or Model M

>> No.57190255 [DELETED] 

i want a happy memeing keyboard rly bad but theyre expensive so instead im crafting my own artisanal memes and being owned by them in ways such as pressing "enter" when i meant to press "b" all the time

>> No.57190263

>he doesn't like tiny keyboards

>> No.57190286 [DELETED] 

my penis is so large when i put it on my full sized key board it reaches all the way from a to z haha lol

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anon go home you're drunk

>> No.57190315

>model F
can you even find any these days

>> No.57190332


Pre-modded to USB with a programmable XWhatsit controller. If you take out the flipper on the key next to the enter key you can put a standard Model M enter key in there and have a regular ANSI board.

>> No.57190515

I need some opinions on the CM Storm Quickfire TK with MX-Red switches. Looks like a decent mechanical keyboard for the price or am I wrong here? Probably going to be my first mechanical keyboard.

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>> No.57190536 [DELETED] 

thats a cool keyboard... for me to poop on!! owned

>> No.57190560
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>Looks like a decent mechanical keyboard for the price or am I wrong here?
Non-standard bottom row and flimsy build quality. Get something else.

>> No.57190635

The new pro m model has a standard bottom row.

>> No.57190652

Yeah I know. If you want that kind of layout it's your best option, no idea about the build quality though.

>> No.57190675
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Just got all this, be ready for some modding people

>> No.57190690

What's all that for?

>> No.57190712 [DELETED] 

is that iron not temperature controlled, and is this your first effort at soldering? did you buy a pot of rosin flux to keep it clean

>> No.57190757
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never had mech keyboard

>90 euro budget
>middle europe, czech republic
>mx red i guess, looking for some gaming friendly switches
>tenkeyless or 60%
>don't care about backlight

>> No.57190776 [DELETED] 

wow i had a recommendation but now that i know you need Gaming switches idk--not my area of expertise

>> No.57190784
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Tbh i dont know anything you just said, i have done some soldering before but that was on something a bit more rough, any tips on doing it when switching switches

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Where can I fins those caps and how bad are they?

>> No.57190837 [DELETED] 

wew you're going to have a good time. Don't worry though, those irons are still great for splicing wires and you'll probably be OK for your project. Just make sure you keep the sponge damp and wipe the tip off frequently; this will help keep it from getting too hot and burning up the traces

My biggest tip would be to get some flux, either in a pen or the rosin that i mentioned, and apply it to the pins and pads before heating or you will have a bad time. Keep your tip cleaned and tinned, and don't get discouraged when that solder sucker doesnt remove the solder on your first try; there's an art to it

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>> No.57190855
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>not buying a Nokia N950

We talked about this before seiden..

>> No.57191151

I have a CM Storm Quickfire Stealth TKL with blue switches and keycool rainbow PBT caps. what can I sell it for? I need to leave the blues meme behind and get a heavier spring.

>> No.57191157
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Just ordered one of these. Will I be posting it in a buyer's remorse thread in a few weeks?

>> No.57191165

without a doubt

>> No.57191167 [DELETED] 

hopefully you will be posting on /v/

>> No.57191179

>that horrible font
>media keys
>probably cherry reds

>> No.57191185

The board itself can sell for around $60. After shipping you make around $40. You can also make a post on craigslist selling it for $50.

>> No.57191196

what's wrong with reds? I'm currently using browns so I also want a board with some linear switches

>> No.57191208

Thanks for the input. Are you talking about the Masterkeys Pro M model?

>> No.57191214

Reds are shit. I was constantly accidently pressing keys because of how light they are when I used them.

>> No.57191218


>> No.57191228

>backlighting can be any color you want is a bad thing
>keycaps can be switched
>meh, can be reassigned if you really want
>personal preference

>> No.57191232 [DELETED] 

haha browns lol the poop switch

>> No.57191246 [DELETED] 

who are you quoting

>> No.57191251

>meme replies

>> No.57191269

>he doesn't touch type

>> No.57191276

im memetexting my rebuttals

>> No.57191288

>he has delicate flower hands

>> No.57191301

>memorizing ansi layout is hard

>> No.57191302

I do the same shit, what switches do you prefer?

>> No.57191357

oh I thought you meant only going to actuation point and not bottoming them out
I do touch type, so LEDs are not needed for me on a keyboard
I ordered a k70 because I want reds, no backplate cover, and a wrist rest

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im typing this post on clears and if it wasnt for the fact that i set up a goofy snowflake layout there would be no problem.

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>> No.57191574

definetely, saw this one in the store today.
It's really bulky and heavy, the drivers are windows only and


>> No.57191586 [DELETED] 

gateron clears that is, not cherries

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I like it

>> No.57192026

what keyboard is this OP has?

>> No.57192038 [DELETED] 

very carefully haha

>> No.57192041

UltraFaggotNiggerBoard v3

>> No.57192050


>> No.57192063

tada68 from originative

>> No.57192105

I enjoy this pasta

>> No.57192110

Was interested, but no Cherry switches.

>> No.57192165

Give gaterons a try. Cherry is a thing of the past.

>> No.57192336

I like your wooden floor.

>> No.57192991

>getting a tattoo of the worst mechanical switch

>> No.57193133

please respond

>> No.57193283

What is the name of this layout, with the arrow keys right there with the modifiers and no numpad? Is it 65%?

>> No.57193304


>> No.57193381 [DELETED] 

wow i had a recommendation but now that i know you need Gaming switches idk--not my area of expertise

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Should I join this drop? Thinking about getting a Pok3r in the near future.

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Interesing color choice.

>> No.57193581 [DELETED] 

the colors are nice but look how thin that pbt is

I'll say this: the antibiosis coating isn't nearly as bad as people say it is

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I remember talking about the N9, but I don't recall taking about the N950

The BlackBerry Priv looks nice though...

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here's some more wooden floor

>> No.57195211

What's with your browser?
How do you have your icons going down the left hand side of the browser?

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>he doesn't use vertical tabs
It's like you hate yourself or something

>> No.57195372

What is he doing to get that affect then?

Do you know?

Is it a Firefox style or?

>> No.57195458

I think I'm going to buy a leopold.

>> No.57195496

>using tabs

>> No.57195699
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Firefox vertical tabs, you can use it with the firefox test pilot.

Or you can just use one of the dozen add-ons.

>> No.57195807
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I just got this keyboard at an Asian thriftstore for $5. It's $50 on ebay: I got it literally 90% off. It works phenominally. This is the best $5 I ever spent. I'm just rambling so I can keep on typing.

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I think this is a fantastic keyboard for 50 bucks.

>> No.57196192

>tfw test out mainstream normie trash Cherry keyboards at friends place
>tfw test out Korean custom Cherry keyboards at other friends place
>tfw still nothing that makes me want to switch from HHKB

I almost regret going straight to end-game because there was no journey involved.

>> No.57196211
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So I dug my two Apple Extended Keyboard II's out of storage today.

Going by information from the Desk Authority wiki and my own observation using a keypuller each keyboard is as follows

Keyboard #1
>Made in USA
>Alps SKCM Salmon

Keyboard #2
>Made In USA
>Alps SKCM Cream Damped

I suppose this is pretty good? What would the value be on the Salmon Alps keyboard?

>> No.57196213
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HHKB is not 'end game'

Model M, Model F, and Beamsprings are all better.

Speaking of which, I'm considering selling this soon though I'm not sure how much it'd be worth. It's an ANSI modded Model F 84 key AT

>> No.57196225

>Model M, Model F, and Beamsprings are all better.

How about no.

>> No.57196251

You're typing on a glorified rubber dome you absolute bellend. It's hilarious how you think Topre is end game.

>> No.57196273

How about no.

>> No.57196289


>> No.57196293

>That alt key
>That caps key
u fokn wot m8???

>> No.57196300

lol ok enjoy your domes

>> No.57196326

Easy to get used to if you've used a UNIX layout board, the stepped keys look pretty dank too

>> No.57196776
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Had an interesting experience with my z-77 today.

I noticed the F2 key wasn't working unless I really bottomed out the key with a lot of pressure. I took the key cap off and it worked fine. Back on, and fucked again. Take it off, and it's still fucked. Think, might as well try just putting some pressure on it to see if it's a connection issue. I push it at one edge with a bit of force, and now it's working fine.

This model has solderless switches, so maybe it wasn't sitting right and the connection was weak?

>> No.57196795


Sorry anon I'm not a usual here but it might be close to your price range

>> No.57197033

$175 about

>Location (continent at least)

>Preferred switch type
Blue... I think?


>Form factor

If possible, not the priority

>Previous/current keyboards
Would be my first mechanical

>> No.57197046

Das Keyboard for around $70, is it good?

Want a cheap keyboard for the office, some guy has blues so fuck the noise.

Any recommendations? Brown switches because I'm pleb, USA, ANSI, full kb, no ricer shit unless it can be turned off

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Just want to confirm, this is a Model F XT right? I have a few, don't have enough time to make a XT to AT/USB converter so probably will just sell it.

>> No.57197090

Yes that's an 83 Key XT. You can buy converters for it if you don't want to take the time to adapt it yourself.

>> No.57197137
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People have code for teensy to convert them to USB, I dont have a teensy 2 on hand, just a 3, which is a bit overkill for a keyboard. I didn't think there were any converters out there for AT but I guess I will take a look.

>> No.57197149

these are the cheapo ones. There is on on eBay for 80 bucks so I guess somewhere in that price range should be fine

>> No.57197150

Will also consider clears

>> No.57197153

good to see that this nigger finally plugged his keyboard into a computer instead of a phone, baka

>> No.57197198

Buy an adapter from Orihalcon

>> No.57197200

>Want a cheap keyboard for the office, some guy has blues so fuck the noise.

Well you see since you bottom out the switch anyway you will make a lot of noise so I wouldn't recommend it. Also browns are noticeably louder then rubber domes.

I would recommend either Matias quiet click switches

There are silent cherry switches, but those are only on corsair keyboards

>> No.57197227


All of these are good choices



>> No.57197271

Thanks, I didn't think they would be that cheap, though I could still make one for even less. Either way, this keyboard will probably be thrown on EBay.

>> No.57197332

What phone is this?

>> No.57197385

>drivers are windows only
Hey look, it's a retard who doesn't know what he's talking about!
The Corsair Keyboards pick up as HID Keyboards. They'll work on pretty much anything.
If you're referring to RGB Control, there is a linux application for it. It works better (and has more granular control) than the Windows application. You could find it with a simple google search too. https://github.com/ccMSC/ckb

>> No.57197687

>Model F
I've been looking for a model F for quite some time. Where are you located, anon?

>> No.57197706


>> No.57197756

Where are you planning to sell it?

>> No.57197830

I have an opportunity to get a CM Storm QuickFire Rapid with MX Greens for $70. As someone who is constantly bottoming out my Outemu Blues (they're heavier than their Cherry counterparts, mind you), would Greens be a good choice? And how bad are clone switches like Kailh? I've seen some decent-looking offerings that use Kailhs, and I'm a bit leery because I keep hearing mixed things about them.

>> No.57197847

Most likely ebay

>> No.57197864

Where can I buy ducky shine 5 browns in the US?

>> No.57197891


>> No.57197948
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So you've found my blog post 'eh? For I have stolen your content once again!

>> No.57197976


Expect more of that in the future. Solderless on a PCB with literally 174 contacts to go wrong is a bad idea.

>> No.57197997

hhkb users, how do you control volume from your keyboard since the media keys only work on macs?

>> No.57198299

If you have amazon prime you can buy the ones in Britain and have them shipped to you


>> No.57198367

Any one got any suggestions for a white keyboard for under 100

>> No.57198478

what size?
Ducky, Leopold and Vortex make white keyboards in various sizes

>> No.57198553

you mean something like this

here are some other options from Ducky


>> No.57198648

doest matter really

>> No.57198669

is there anyone with leds

>> No.57198748

Get it

>> No.57198786






They also have TKL versions

there are a whole bunch of them

>> No.57198834

thanks for the help ill probal get the blue backlit one

>> No.57199082

How much would other people in the office want to kill me if I bought a board with matias click switches?

>> No.57199103



>> No.57199118
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Anyone in Tacoma or Seattle with a topre board? I want to touch one before I buy.

>> No.57199182

Thanks, I ordered one but I saw that it's UK layout, how fucked am I?

>> No.57199339

Is CM Storm QuickFire Rapid good enough for babby's first keyboard?

It's 80$ on amazon right now.

>> No.57199352

u wanna yiff

>> No.57199363

anyone with a hackintosh got a keycap set to use? im retarded and sometimes get confused as fuck with which button is command and alt when im on my OSX since.

>> No.57199402

no ;_; just clack on a topre. which one do you have? would you recommend it? I use cherry blues now

>> No.57199808
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>get ducky shine 5 with mx blues
>keyboard is awesome build wise, love the caps + LEDs
>switches feel really fucking shitty and almost sticky/clunky
>worse than my 2014 razer blackwidow I got as a gift
>want to return ducky, but will have to eat a large fee for returning it, plus the pain in the ass of actually returning it (mechanical keyboards)

It's kind of insane how fucking terrible it feels to type on. It is objectively harder to type on weight wise, and the response just feels worse. I gave it 3 days of testing, and I am still missing letters while typing because the activation force is so fucking different/weird despite them using the same switch. (Older razers do not have those bizarre switches)

>> No.57199858
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Is that PC Gaming Race modular board or whatever supposed to be any good? It's gonna be my first mechanical, also hopefully my last for a while too, and they've got a coupon that brings it down to $83.

I was also looking at the Fnatic/Func Rush and Corsair Strafe. Trying to keep around $100.

I was gonna get a Leopold when I first started looking cause they seem neato but the price of a backlit one is kinda high and my touch typing is like a B- at best right now. Should I just go for it and sink or swim on learning to type in the dark? It also doesn't have a numpad, but I know it's mostly habit that drives me towards full keyboards, I barely use the thing.

>> No.57200228

i'm drunk and i want to fall for the mechanical keyboard meme. i'm about to order this:

i'm gunna go take a piss. if this is a bad idea, someone please stop me before i get back and put in the order.

>> No.57200277

>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
>Form factor
>Previous/current keyboards

>> No.57200357

How does it compare to a magicforce?

>> No.57200372

I don't get how anyone likes mx blues.

>> No.57200376


Topre isn't actually mechanical.

Not that it's bad or anything, it's just not a mech.

>> No.57200753
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Thinking of using a keyboard that has matias switches, does anon recommend any particular gauge/thickness to a first-time user of noise-dampening devices?

>> No.57200780

Don't bother. Just get the quiet click matias switches and it'll be quiet enough. Or lube them if you really want.

>> No.57200785


Matias quiet clicks are already dampened, and in both directions of the key travel too, unlike what happens when you put an o-ring on an undampened switch.

>> No.57201042
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Babbies first. I live in buttfuck nowhere so finding a place to try out mechs is near zero.

>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
>Form factor
>Previous/current keyboards

Thanks nigs

>> No.57201101

Alrighty then, thanks. What are anon's thoughts on matias linear vs matias quiet click for a user that just wants as little noise as possible?

>> No.57201113

Matias quiet clicks are already quieter than a regular rubber dome board. So if you can tolerate that then you're set.

>> No.57201164

Cool, now I've got my priorities set.

>> No.57201198

At some point in the post-apocalypse, people will want to build a keyboard (for whatever reason), as all the rubberdomes are now unusable and this guy, now an old geezer, his eyes failing, will offer them a look at his arm for insight.

Or they'll just use some old Model Ms.

>> No.57201362

>anime lover
>cultivated elitism over collecting computer keyboards
>doesn't understand high school physics

sounds about right

>> No.57201471

Planning to buy these keycaps https://www.aliexpress.com/item/104-PBT-White-Gray-Retro-backlit-Keycap-cherry-MX-switch-for-wired-USB-Mechanical-keyboard/32749861565.html?ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_5_10065_10068_10069_10084_10083_10017_10080_10082_10081_10060_10061_10062_10056_10055_10054_10059_10078_10079_10073_10070_421_420_10052_10053_10050_10051,searchweb201603_3&btsid=b7d89452-ac05-4fd5-bdf4-d62f6c5aa7fa
I like them, but the thing is it triggers my autism quite a bit. I'm talking about that key above enter. Can you guys suggest something similar preferably on Ali? I need backlit ones.

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Hi I'm new to these threads. Figured I'd share my board.

B.face X2 pcb, BBB acrylic case, 67g zealios

Working on getting a different set of keycaps because I'm not 100% on these with the RGB lighting.

>> No.57202342
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Zealios may be a meme, but they're my favourite meme.

>> No.57202364

xiaomi redmi 3

Slightly different layout, better build quality and god-tier stock keycaps.

Though the magicforce is also a very nice board.

>> No.57202719

does the wobble not bother you?
i actually prefer scratchy keys over wobbly ones

>> No.57202779

They improved the wobble in later rounds. I've got R2 though. Mine's a little wobblier than MX switches, but the difference is minuscule. My cherry browns wobbled too, albeit a little less.

>> No.57202802

i find my gateron blacks are much more wobbly then my cherry blacks and clears

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Here's what I do: rest your finger lightly on a 1u size key on your board, and wiggle it in all directions. The amount that my zealios wiggle is identical to my cherry board. Now do the same with the key pressed halfway in, and the cherry switch wiggles the same amount, while zealios wiggle a tiny bit more. Maybe it's because I'm a moderately fast typer, but the amount of wobble a switch has when partially pressed isn't something I ever notice because that goes really fast.

>> No.57203194

Ajazz makes decent ones and they're dirt cheap

>> No.57203602

If its the quiet ones they wouldn't since rubberdomes are louder

>> No.57203619
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Sanding 2 cases today, any tips?

>> No.57203633

use a sand blaster

>> No.57203634

Don't do it you utter mad man

>> No.57203654

or "tenkeyless"

>> No.57203665


>> No.57203676

Wrong. Tenkeyless refers specifically to 80% boards with 87 keys.

>> No.57203690

why do they call it tenkeyless when it has 17 less keys than standard ansi fullsize

>> No.57203700

because the numpad has 10 digits.

>> No.57203709

You aren't supposed to sand the keyboard case

(just get rid of the W in the link)
Also if you want too you are supposed to sand the keyboard case after the clear coat has been applied, unless you just want to sand it.

>> No.57203712

holy shit

>> No.57203715

I want a keyboard without the 10 key number pad. Lets call it a tenkeyless

>> No.57203776


Matias quiet clicks and linears are both dampened the same way and sound the same. The quiet clicks just have tactile feedback.

The names for Matias switches are kind of ass-backwards. Their tactile switches are undampened+clicky, while their quiet click switches are tactile.

>> No.57203814


A bit of wobble isn't a bad thing if it means the switch travel is smooth/needs no lubing and never binds. eg: ALPS switches

>> No.57203846

i never said it was bad i just said i dont like it

>> No.57204116
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First time booys, lets fuck up

>> No.57204176

Why did you sand it? You aren't supposed to.

>> No.57204291

It says so on the primer :^) only 800 grit so

>> No.57204329

I'm not too familiar with steelseries but if there isn't a coating on your keyboard then you shouldn't sand. If there is you are supposed to wet sand

>> No.57204419

So are there like, any 68-key boards or kits with Matias quiet click switches?

>> No.57204443

These was a black coating since it was ehite underneath

>> No.57204523

kind off


as for kits there are some for alps, but not in 68k

>> No.57204543

Are there any nice black thick abs keycaps in cherry profile I can buy?

>> No.57204549
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>cherry profile
Sorry buddy but only GMK makes Cherry profile keycaps

>> No.57204573

Well fug me

>> No.57204597

that's simply not true. Gateron PBT keycaps are an example of cherry profile PBT keycaps. there's even a set on assdrop right now by npkc that are cherry profile pbt.

>> No.57204621

DCS is pretty close and that can be found at http://pimpmykeyboard.com/dcs-abs-double-shot-sets/
There are other options but they are sold out

But if you really want cherry profile then you have to wait for a group buy. The sets usually sell for $150, but some like carbon sold for $90

>> No.57204625

First link still looks alright and the price ain't bad, I'll probably get one. Cheers

>> No.57204639

its not really 68 keys since it has the function rows at the top, but it is pretty close and what other options do you have.

>> No.57204648

woops my bad, i overlooked the "abs" part.

>> No.57204658

Thank you

>> No.57204671

I hate to break this to you but its actually not cherry profile it just has a low height for row 5

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forgot pic

>> No.57204685
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Getting them big ugly imperfections boooys

>> No.57204702
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Im literarly waiting for paint to dry

>> No.57204707

if you don't like it you can always sand it down until the paint is off.

>> No.57204727
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Not my case so i dont really give a fuck

>> No.57204747

Yeah, pretty much. It's still a hell of a lot better than a fullsize or standard tenkeyless anyway.

>> No.57204774

New shine 6 within a month
Shine 5 is cheaper

>> No.57204799

I think the clueboard may be what you're looking for.

>> No.57204804
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Patiently waiting for the Realforce RGB.

>> No.57204833

prepare to pay $350

>> No.57204907
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Only imperfections, gonna go over it with 1000 grit wet sandpaper and i hope its not gonna be thid bad

>> No.57204916


If I do not like blues which should I look into? Red? Black?

I did not like how clunky and hard to press they were coupled with the fact that they felt like they got "stuck" just a little bit sometimes

>> No.57204992

Sounds like you type really light
Go for reds or gateron clears

>> No.57205002

get a cherry mx switch tester

>> No.57205085

Well shit, that's pretty fucking close to perfect. Thanks man

>> No.57205177

Let us know how it is once you have once, I've been thinking of getting one myself.

>> No.57205418

Any recommendations on wrist pads for my ducky shine 5?

>> No.57205466

Check out the chink general, people have bought some decent chink mechanical keyboards in the past

>> No.57205500

I have tried all of the colors at a store before, but It was hard to tell how they'd feel typing. I don't see how switches are useful for people really.

I'm thinking about reds, thanks man.

>> No.57205503

Opinions on the logitech g810? I've always loved logitech gear, had a g5 mouse from 2004 until it finally died about a year ago. Looking to replace my cheap logitech g510

>> No.57205585

The switches allow you to type without bottoming out every time. The sound produced just lets you know when you have actuated the switch, i.e. when the keypress is registered

>> No.57205756

Post before and after closeups. The gloss is one thing I hate about my Matias board and would like to make it matte.

>> No.57205780

Are there any relatively cheap great feeling clicky alps keyboards still available?

>> No.57205819

>EnjoyPBT is the only widely available cyrillic set
>Its cyrillic prints are atrocious

>> No.57205892

You can get a used dell at101w on ebay for like 40 bucks

Other then that if you want new you have to buy matias switches as they are a clone of alps

>> No.57205939

Hi /g/entlemen

>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
preferably ISO but can learn ANSI
>Form factor
full or tenkeyless
yeah but must be white and turnable off
>Previous/current keyboards
Logikek G110

Since the budget is so low i'm more than happy to consider chinese keyboards. The keys have to be consistent tho.

>> No.57206057
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not mine but i really like this keyboard

>> No.57206153
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My G80-1000

I like the windows cap

>> No.57206188

its beautiful

>> No.57206202

Tomoko is on amazon and its $35

>> No.57206214
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H- Hi

>> No.57206248 [DELETED] 

Ah yeah, i've heard about the tomoko 500. Searching for "tomoko" on my local amazon only brings this up: https://www.amazon.it/dp/B01D7ZUC52/
Seems fishy, the brand/model are never mentioned in the page... Any AliExpress/Gearbest link?

>> No.57206275
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yeah it looks perfect

>> No.57206342

mfw mechanical keyboard is just a meme

>> No.57206413

i really like that pile

>> No.57206464

could someone tell me how to i rice my firefox into vertical tabs?
the plugin i have found is broken
and the lab experiment bullshit doesnt work as intended

>> No.57206524
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I use stylish

>> No.57206544

i thought stylish only worked in website
off i go

>> No.57206561

are noppoo keyboards any good?
i dont wanna spend too much money, but i would rather add some to the budget instead of buying keyboard with shit build quality,


>> No.57206590
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i think its great except for the spacebar size

>> No.57206594
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>mechanical keyboard is just a meme
>being this blind

>> No.57206606


>> No.57206621
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they are pretty good, but the spacebar will make it hard to find replacement keycaps, unless you get creative!

>> No.57206650
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>> No.57206658
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After 2 hours of drying, still some places its moist

>> No.57207266

>9.5u spacebar
fucking disgusting you nostalgiafag

>> No.57207285

biltema körv

>> No.57207452

pls respond

>> No.57207510

I typically see AEK's sell for between 80 and 150 dollars.

>> No.57207547

This one has either salmon or orange alps


Usually most AEK sell for around 50-80 bucks

>> No.57207628

Here is a Salmon alps one

$100 seems a bit on the high side of things since there is also a orange alps one for 80 bucks


>> No.57207831

What chan is this? I want to join that thread.

>> No.57207855

/DJT/ on /a/

>> No.57207871


>> No.57207886

oops messed up that link


>> No.57208460

Hey guys

Should I get an MK Disco in white

or a Ducky One TKL RGB in white?

Maybe a Ducky One 100% with dye-sub PBT? Can anyone here vouch for PBT and are they really better than doubleshot ABS caps?

>> No.57208655

RGB is a meme.

>> No.57208743
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Do you really need RGB lighting?

After buying a Ducky One (pic related is mine) with PBT keycaps I can never go back to ABS. They have a nice soft texture and the added strength and resistances to wear are also bonus. I don't really need a backlit keyboard since the light from my monitor is more then enough

>> No.57208760

Best way to clean a keyboard?? I don't have compressed air, just a vacuum with succ nozzel

>> No.57208831

Take the thing apart and give it an alcohol bath

>> No.57209779
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Will laptops with mechanical keyboards ever get popular again?

>> No.57209880

Not as long as there are hipsters who will buy $2000 'ultra-thin' facebook machines.

>> No.57209992


threads like these make me realize how little this forum actually knows about tech

How do you kids rationalize buying keyboards that have fucked up layouts, just for the small form factor?

I don't use the numpad, so my keyboard doesn't have one, but how do you rationalize:

Moving your backtick to the right side of the keyboard? What the fuck?

Combining escape and tilda to a single key? Do you not find yourself in Vi every once and a while? Do you never refer to home as tilda? Where is your backtick key?

So I guess you don't ever use punctuation outside of a semi-colon?

No F-keys? Is the top-left key escape or tilda?

And that's only scrolling half-way through this thread.

I use a CM Storm QuickFire Rapid with brown switches. I don't play games. All I use this computer for is typing. It doesn't ever leave my house.

>> No.57210003

this is the most autistic picture i've seen in my entire life

>> No.57210031

Not everyone uses `~ as often as you do, just saiyan. As for 60% boards, usually it's just Fn+the numrow for function keys.

>> No.57210043
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>make me realize how little this forum actually knows about tech
That's funny, coming from a guy who doesn't seem to grasp the concept of FN layers.

What about this one?

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>> No.57210124

>threads like these make me realize how little this forum actually knows about tech
Clearly you belong in this category

here let me give you a hint: Function Layer Mapping

>> No.57210341
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Looking to buy best and cheapest meme with cherry browns?

Should I go for
Ducky One White PBT Dye Sublimated Keycaps Mechanical Keyboard


Ducky One Transparent Orange Case White LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard (Brown Cherry MX)

or just get a

>> No.57210528

>I use a CM Storm QuickFire Rapid with BROWN switches
Well that explains this post

>> No.57210578

What switches are best for programming?

>> No.57210620

Whatever switches you prefer.

>> No.57210656

It doesn't really mater what switch you use since it won't effect your ability to program.

Just whatever feels nice for you to type on would be my suggestion

>> No.57210709
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It depends
Dye-sub PBT keycaps are nice
I don't like the case for the backlit ducky, but it is a mater of preference
Rosewill is a good brand.

If you want to get a cheap but descent keyboard then go for the rosewill one, skip the ugly transparent case and instead go for the white One which has high quality keycaps and macros

>> No.57210716
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Am I doing it right?

>> No.57210791
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Not with those keycaps. Maybe if they were clear and had no text on them. Also learn to take pictures.

>> No.57210843

My camera is a piece of shit, else I might care more.

>> No.57210957

>I don't like the case for the backlit ducky, but it is a mater of preference
Seems too ricey for my taste. I strongly prefer minimalist keyboards. Currently have a Filco MJT TKL with browns and I absolutely love it. I'm very much into maybe spending the extra money to get another one.
>Rosewill is a good brand.
>If you want to get a cheap but descent keyboard then go for the rosewill one
Thanks mate.
I'm still struggling between getting the Rosewill for cheap or getting another (maybe full) Filco for work. Currently have a wireless Dell that is serviceable but the meme is real.

>> No.57211032

Bought it. Still can't believe I got that good a deal on something with actual Cherry switches, when there's stuff out there that costs even more with Kailh/Outemu/whatnot. Now to just wait on the shipping...

>> No.57211220

If its for work then maybe don't get a cherry switch keyboard since they are all loud (except for the silent corsair ones)

How about these since they are mechanical and quieter then rubberdomes


>> No.57211237

>buy a quickfire rapid last november
>wsad keycaps are already faded
>have to use the ugly ass red keys so i look like an edgy 13 year old

pls recommend high quality keycaps. i'm using brown switches lads

>> No.57211244

>Matias quiet
How do they feel compared to cherry mx browns?

>> No.57211434
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Should I buy this set? I have a black FILCO full keyboard. I am thinking of going with dark grey modifiers and white numbers and letters but am unsure if it would look alright on a black body. Alternatively I could save a lot of money and just buy a set of grey caps like these
I also am wondering about the symbols underneath the numbers, I don't have them memorized right now and I wonder if it would be annoying learning them when I have a newly blank keyboard.

I guess I have a lot of thoughts right now but which would look best with a black body keyboard, grey and white or just grey? And can anyone comment on learning the symbols beneath the number keys?

>> No.57211449

Anything from GMK. That or grab some PBT dyesubs.

>> No.57211764

they are more tactile then browns.

>> No.57211774

What are some good mx cherry red switch keyboards that are tenkeyless between $50-$100?

I need one that I can carry to friends houses or internet cafes and won't care too much if it gets fucked up.

I don't wanna carry my nice Pok3r around.

>> No.57211914


>> No.57211969

I don't need RGB lighting, but I'd like to play around with it. It's definitely not important, I know that.

I'm just not sure how much better PBT caps are to ABS, and specifically how good Ducky's are

>> No.57212084

The Ducky shine 6 is coming soon with RGB lighting and PBT keycaps if you don't mind waiting a bit, or you can get the special shine 6 YOTM right now.
Also Ducky is a very solid brand compared to the others like CM, Corsair, and Rosewill

>> No.57212101
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I legitimately cannot tell whether that is in moonspeak or not. I can tell that the arrow key placement is horrible. It didn't work on the old Apple keyboards and it definitely doesn't work now.

>> No.57212208

Any opinions about Das Keyboard Pro Model S? There a couple of cheap full ones hanging around for less than $100, so I'm thinking about taking the plunge.

>> No.57212235

those might be too pricy for my tastes but i'll consider them. leaning towards a ducky one with pbt caps from mechanicalkeyboards, no LED mess

>> No.57212347

chink shit or real cherries? is there a real noticeable difference?

>> No.57212360

not really, but your mileage may vary. cherries are tried and true, they will last you forever. chink knockoffs may not

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thanks anon im about to pull the trigger on one or the other

>> No.57212377

>Chink shit vs proud German switches
They're the keyboards Nazi Germany would be using if they had computers.

>> No.57212416

>They're the keyboards Nazi Germany would be using if they had computers.
Actually that would be IBM model Fs

>> No.57212430

What mice does /mkg/ recommend?

>> No.57212437

>Nazi Germany using American products

>> No.57212438
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Good night /mkg/

>> No.57212444
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>inb4 people post OEM dell mice or Intellimouse

>> No.57212452

It was a joke. Nazi's used IBM computers to keep track of the Jews during the holocaust

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If you have big manly hands like me, the Mionix Naos is super comfy.

>> No.57212473


>> No.57212476

So Model M users are literal Nazis who did the holocaust? I fucking knew it.

>> No.57212483
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Question about key profiles and acquiring PBT keycaps:

I'm not the Anon that >>57197227 was responding to but I liked his advice looking for a board with MX Clears, and leaning toward KBParadise V80 over something like CODE. It's cheaper and I'm not a fan of backlighting anyway.

So I have two questions:
1. Does anyone you know what profile the V80 is? I'm concerned about buying a keycap set with the wrong sized spacebar and modifiers.

2. If I buy a new keycap set of a different profile (as in the key's angles), will it look/feel weird as long as I replace the entire set?

For instance, if I get this for the V80:

As thanks, have a silly Texas flag key layout that I came up with.

>> No.57212576
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G402 is the closest thing to the regrettably discontinued G9 I could find. So that.

>> No.57212593

>As thanks, have a silly Texas flag key layout that I came up with
DSA patriot is better

I suggest you look at this image to see keycap profiles >>57204549

To answer your question:
1) V80 uses the standard layout and they come with OEM profile so pretty much everything will fit on them
2) Yes if they come in a different profile. If its the same profile you can mix and match, but they have to be in the same row in order to be replaced.

And yes those keycaps that you posted are compatible

>> No.57212640

>voting this election

americans are stupid

>> No.57212682

Thanks for the quick reply.

Just to make sure I heard right, you shouldn't mix and match profiles, that makes sense. But if for instance even though the V80 is an OEM profile, and thus any OEM will work, another set such as the the DSA Patriot you linked, would still feel consistent if I used the entire set, correct?

Or, put another way, the profile is determined by the keycaps only, and not by some angling internal to the way the switches are set up in the board?

>> No.57212764
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There's literally nothing wrong with filco.

>> No.57212776
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hey guys

what are my options for WIRELESS mechanical keyboards?

bonus points if it has a numpad

I really like wireless keyboards, for some reason the microsoft one i own works flawlessly, it never misses any strokes or anything, nor does it feel like there's delay, ever.

(Wireless mice though, those are shit.)

I own a corsair K65 RGB which i love, but damn the cable is so bulky.

I want a:
>Full size (numpad) keyboard
>with preferrably mx blacks

is this possible?

>> No.57212795

DSA patriot is awful desu

i like the texas design

if they put white lettering on the blue parts blue on the white and whiute on the red it would be great

>> No.57212825
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There are two different types of profiles
Keycaps which are OEM, DSA, Cherry, and the rest in the image I linked to you. If you don't mix them it should feel consistent. It should be noted that the rows aren't uniform. For example Row 1 and Row 4 have different profiles so if you mix two of them even if they are from the same profile it wouldn't be consistent. DSA and g20 (pic related) are uniform so the orientation shouldn't mater

the second is keyboard profile which shouldn't effect your keycap placement

>> No.57212850
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Upon googling a bit i found this one


It's a Filco Majestouch "Convertible"

I know filco makes quality products, but does anyone have any experience with this specific model?


>> No.57212851

Filco makes wireless keyboards with blacks

>> No.57213995

Ducky DK2108SZ Black Keyboard with Blue Cherry MX Switch
i can get this keyboard for about 85
should i cop and if so what key caps should i buy to looking for white ones

>> No.57214397

>There are silent cherry switches, but those are only on corsair keyboards

No longer accurate.


You can practically feel the scratchiness of the switches from those sound samples, though. I actually caught myself gritting my teeth and cringing like someone was raking their nails down a chalkboard.

>> No.57214591

Not sure why >>57212825 is trying to overcomplicate the answer since you seem to understand right, but just to lay it out:

Yes with most modern keyboards you can switch between sets as long as all the keys are the same profile (e.g. You can mix and match two OEM sets or two DSA sets without issue, but not between an OEM and a DSA set).

I think the other thing that >>57212825 was trying to point out is that with some sets where ALL the keys are uniform, you can also swap between rows (e.g. you could swap your standard QWERTY layout for Dvorak or etc., but for an OEM configuration, you can't, since separate rows have different curvature (e.g. the QWERT row of keys have a different curve from the ZXCVB row of keys).

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what's good from the meme hood

>> No.57214614

I'll never get the appeal of 40% and under boards, having to do Fn+Alpha to press the number keys is too out there for me.

>> No.57214629

Hipster Keyboard cred.

>> No.57214647

It's weird at first, but it gets pretty comfy not having to reach for numbers. I've used this board so much that going back to a 60% feels weird

>> No.57214651

woops wrong dude

>> No.57214669


Horizontal size reduction I can see a purpose to, but you can already reach the entire alphanumeric block without moving from the home row.

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>> No.57214813

Please help me pick my first non-meme mechanical keyboard.

>Budget: $150 - $225

>Location: California

>Preferred switch type: Brown or clear sound the coolest to me. Of course Topre does too, but those are far more expensive as I understand it.

>Layout: ANSI

>Form factor: %60 or %80, I don't tend to use the arrow keys or insert/home/pg up/pg down very often but I don't know how hard if would be without them.

>Backlight: Yes please

>Previous/current keyboards: Corsair K70 with Cherry MX reds. (one of the LEDs went out and the thing is LOUD)

Thanks in advance.

>> No.57214841

Ok dropping in for some of your great wisdom. I have a Ducky Zero DK2108 with red switches and due to a fuckup it needs to be replaced.

Now I would be perfectly happy to buy another one but they seem to be sold out everywhere. Is there anything similar in the same price range($90-100) Preferably no backlight/LED shit.

>> No.57214938

On second thought, backlight is optional. Preferred to be white if present.

>> No.57214979

Where do I get one of these I want to assign macros to it and love it

>> No.57215006


Pictured is a grid layout Preonic,

>> No.57215020

KUL ES-87 or Code keyboard TKL.

Clears can be heavy if you don't learn not to bottom out though. I hope you know what you're getting.

>> No.57215456

Guys, i have the possibility to make IBM badges, how do i make one that will fit a Unicomp molded one?

>> No.57215781

I want to help, but the ~$50 budget is a hard thing to satisfy. My only familiarity in terms of boards is with Cherry MX switches and Topre switches. You can sometimes catch a non-backlit Rosewill or Cooler Master board in the $60-75 range that has either MX Reds or MX Blacks. So if you can spare an extra $20 I would say make your life easier and just look for one of those deals.

More recently-available linear switches like Gateron's linear "Red axis" or "Black axis" come in boards that sit just below those Cherry MX boards in price. So maybe look at Qisan Magicforce and friends, you might catch a lucky listing around $50? I don't have any experience with Gateron, Greetech or others, so I can't vouch for them personally.

>> No.57215809

Isn't everything like 50% more expensive down there because of the glorious 'straya tax? Probably won't find anything in that price range(probably not even shit tier level gaymur gear). The only keyboard I can think of right now is a Magicforce 68, that's not a TKL though.

>> No.57215814

Massdrop currently has the Infinity x GMK for sale, might want to check that out.

>> No.57215927

You can get stuff shipped here from China for fairly cheap if he really wants to keep to the $50 limit (I'm assuming USD because lmao a decent mech board for $50AUD, not gonna happen).

>> No.57217007

Does anyone have a high quality photo of an IBM badge used on model M's

>> No.57217069

just use search tools on google to find a pic larger than X size.


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