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>Buyer's template for the unenlightened:
Where to Buy:

You are new and want our advice? Use buyers template

Keyset wiki

Old thread >>59358908

>> No.59386619
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Best chink mechanical keyboard for 50€?
I was thinking of getting this JamesDonkey 619. It has Gateron switches and looks ok. Amazon isn't option

>> No.59386644

Fuck off, marketer

>> No.59386721

Anyone knows anything about this chink DSA set?
Doesn't seem that expensive, and not that thin.

>> No.59386832
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god tier board incoming

>> No.59386926
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Where are your accessories?

>> No.59386969

Help I accidentally came all inside my God-tier Zealios, will the semen damage them in any way??

>> No.59386980

no thanks I'd get either the magicforce 68, 82, or 108

>> No.59386987

Not able to own one over here without a license unfortunately

>> No.59386994

I don't know why you'd want blank keycap, but KBDfans is legit

>> No.59387015
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how to get a nice patina on my new keyboard?

>> No.59387427

Yeah, I know they're legit, just wondering about the keycaps themselves. Hoping they're thicc enough to block backlights from coming through, which usually doesn't happen on white ones specially. I'll try sending him a message asking about it.

>> No.59387720
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This is my 3 year old Shine 3. I use the reactive lighting mode (point is, NOT the "customized" lighting modes), and today, the lights shown are just ticked on at a very low brightness (compare to the numlock and the spacebar, which are at normal brightness).
I've tried unplugging and replugging, tried changing light modes, tried messing with the dip switches, no result: They refuse to shut off.

Anyone have this problem? Any ideas?

>> No.59388343

Do you guys touch type "properly"? I'm talking about 10-finger qwerty layout here. Or did you teach yourself and type with much fewer fingers?

I can touch type and am pretty fast doing it, but I don't do it anywhere near properly. Should I actually take them time to learn propert qwerty layout typing?

>> No.59388419

I type with 10 but it's self-taught and not proper.

>> No.59388578

I've been using some of those free online tutorials, they've been pretty good so far.. I can 'blind type' at around 90 WPM.. So far with proper 'touch typing' I'm up to around 50 WPM. It's just getting used to using all my fingers, which feels unnatural as I never really learned that way

>> No.59389542

nice new keyboard! oh, wait...

>> No.59389709

I've been learning. Am I the only one who thinks the bottom row left hand fingering is nonsensical? I feel ergonomically everything should be shifted left by one key

>> No.59389754
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No, not at all. I assume you mean for example pressing C with your middle finger, which is simply retarded? Check out this: http://www.onehandkeyboard.org/standard-qwerty-finger-placement/

You are not the only one. Picture related.

>> No.59389771

that's how I planning on learning it to correctly set up my muscle memory. I'm not into breaking my middle finger each time I have to curl it under to hit C, or complete lose my position on the homerow to hit more comfotably.

>> No.59389819

Yes, exactly what I mean. I've read that before yet the perfectionist in me wants to learn to do it how it "should" be done

>> No.59389833

is that b supposed to be used with the thumb
why the fuck

>> No.59389856

Same here, until I tried it and it just always feels wrong and I accidentally switch back to using my index finger to hit C. There are many many posts like this on the internet, and they all agree that the standard layout is a bit nonsensical at times -- especially because it wasn't really designed around being easy to type, but to prevent jams in old typewriters. I prefer to type well and comfortably instead of following some archaic standards of what is good.

This might also help your decision: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-ten-fingers-fast.html

No it just means that B can be hit with either index finger, whatever feels better to you at the moment.

>> No.59389876

That's what I really don't understand with the standard fingering.

Training the muscle memory to get over the awkwardness is easy, but you have to completely leave the home row to reach the keys which kind of beats the whole point

>> No.59389894

I couldn't agree more. As I said, I'll be learning it like in the article linked above, I feel this will lead to much safter and better typing in the long run. Just because it deviates from the archaic standard, doesn't mean it's worse.

>> No.59390523

Make sure it has abs caps, use it frequently. You can fake one by typing with greasy hands all the time.

>> No.59391024

basically a budget corsair. If you like the layout you probably wont be disappointed.

>> No.59391069

just typing blind naturally i use 8~10 fingers for most things. My right hand moves around a little so sometimes I use my pinky but generally just the left for shift. 90 wpm isnt bad though so I don't think its holding me back

>> No.59391225

>90 wpm
How does it feel being a typelet?

>> No.59391245

Made me chuckle. Out of interest, how fast do you type? And do you use 10 fingers?

>> No.59391308
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pretty ok, I don't type for a living and I'm accurate. What do you consider fast?

>> No.59391378

could you dig through the last 14 or so keyboard threads and link to the new keyboard you post in evry thread?
well just wait here for you to do that

>> No.59391437

You can only post if your switches arent total shit

Not so fast anyone with cherry MX anything

>> No.59391442

150 wpm is what the average touch typist can achieve. 200wpm is in the fast territory

>> No.59391460
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Finally cleaning off the keys of this IBM M2 I got.

Anyone know a good technique to clean this yellowish color off of the keyboard?

>> No.59391472

google retr0bright

>> No.59391480

Yes, throw it in the trash and get something decent -looking,

>> No.59391498


>> No.59391531

Anyone have any experience with Tomoko brand chink keyboards on Amazon?

>> No.59391534

Looking into it now, thanks.


>> No.59391554

2 weeks and no price changes to shit tier (k65, masterkeys, rapid-I, etc) AND no re-stock of ducky/filco boards

whats my next move being an EU cuck.. Do I overpay for a shitty meme brand or continue waiting for re-stock on the good boards..

should I just buy non-scandinavian ISO board and replace key caps from my current zowie celeritas?

>> No.59391762
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Ducky should have Nordic sellers.
I think the Finnish one shut down, but they still have some a couple in Sweden and Iceland

>> No.59391774

Is the logitech mechanical rgb keyboard decent? I'm coming from a corsair strafe mechanical and multiple keys are broken (2mo old)

>> No.59391807

its about as equally good as corsair.
If you want gaming keyboards then check out anything by Cooler Master

>> No.59391857

these, maxgaming and maybe the occasional lose board on e-bay are available but they're all overpriced to SHIT.

Nearly double the retail price compared to the sites that are out of stock. I'm not gonna pay ~$280 for a ducky

>> No.59392086

time to practice for speed then.

>> No.59392315

I actually just checked on 10 fast fingers and came out around 60 wpm while drunk. I use proper technique with all fingers so I really doubt people are clocking 90wpm just freeballing it.

>> No.59392377

I mean i post on internet forums and write papers. That and chats + some coding.

90wpm is within reach for someone who uses a keyboards a bunch but not professionally.

However I'm not sure that >>59391442 is right outside of a professional area.

>> No.59392445

I type like that and it was an unconscious choice

>This might also help your decision: https://phys.org/news/2016-02-ten-fingers-fast.html

What about people that type at 120wpm?
The study sems directed to normies but not to people with high performance

>> No.59392491
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Fuck Originative but it finally arrived, and while this may be a meme board it's a god damn nice meme board.

>> No.59392498


Post your scores and keyboards.

93 on a corsair k65 with reds.

>> No.59392512

Screen shots plz, also post if you type properly or do some hunt and peck bs.

>> No.59392513

what do you use?

Switches? that's a TD68 right?

>> No.59392521

That's right. I've got Gateron browns, and they are surprisingly not terrible.

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>> No.59392558

Also I don't type properly but I'm not that far off proper so I haven't put any time into fixing it.

>> No.59392565
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lenovo thinkpad x201 stock keyboard
i use a three fingered hunt and peck

>> No.59392602

I actually find that I type faster on my laptop keyboard as well, I think it's just the amount of time I've spent with it and maybe the short travel distance.

That's pretty impressive if you're actually typing like an idiot.

>> No.59392606
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WASD Code V2 with clears, fullsize. Learned how to type with that old spongebob game years ago, kinda hit my maximum for some reason, not sure how to improve at this point, maybe I just don't type enough.

>> No.59392613

i don't
i type at 140 ish on my deck hassium with blues

just only have my laptop on me right now

>> No.59392646

Nice. I only just started to care, 140 is basically my goal.

>> No.59392723

i found someone on 10fastfingers competitions the other day with a cool 170wpm including video proof
it got me thinking about how to improve typing to this point

>> No.59392807

Impressive, for me it's about improving accuracy so I dont have to make corrections, and getting consistent so I can always use my burst wpm.

Practice is really all there is, so if you have to type something, type it fast even if you dont have to. Most people stop around 70wpm or less because typing speed isnt a limiting factor in anything they do.

>> No.59392964
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MasterKeys Pro S with blues. It's a bit lower around 90 with Gateron browns and reds.

>> No.59393648
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Holy cow anon, you buy a new keyboard every 14 hours?

Can I see some pictures of them? You must have dozens at least? I'm impressed

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I just bought a planck kit today to try something different.

Same exact configuration as pic related
>cherry greens

Did I cuck myself?

If I hate it, how much do you think I could sell it to a ledditor for?

Anyone have experience with ortholinear set ups?

>> No.59394340

Anyone have a Dell at101w?

>tfw just watched a video about it being cheap and widely available since it came up in my YouTube suggestions
>tfw the price has gone up on eBay, apparently it's meme status has made it more expensive or something

>> No.59394405

should be fine... looks nice! might take a while to get used to, but many people say they can't go back after trying ortho

if you live in the US, shouldn't be too hard to sell it for pretty close to buying price.. i think people like to buy prebuilt ones so they don't have to do any soldering themselves

>> No.59394423

Same boat as you. About to purchase the kit but don't know about my switches. I currently use MX clears but they feel a bit too stiff, maybe MX Blues or Greens?

>> No.59394439
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How do I make my keyboard quiet as possible?

I came by this odd dome thing that goes over your switch and reduces the downpresses sound by a lot but now I can't find it.

>> No.59394483
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>> No.59394505

I would go with blues. Blues should be less stiff than clears, but greens are even stiffer than blues. As long as you don't mind the noise of the clicky blues

>> No.59394510

spill youghurt in it

>> No.59394600

Has anyone typed with two o-rings stacked in a key? I'm thinking of doing it. Makes it a lot more quiet and the key travel reduction makes clear switches feel better because you can feel the actuation as soon as you bottom out.

>> No.59394604

why is topre for millionaires?

>> No.59394732

Yup, I have all my modifiers double o-ringed. I tend to smash backspace and enter as hard as I can, and the short key travel plus the reduced sound makes things comfy

>> No.59394854

Something I like about membrane keyboards is that there is a somewhat definitive pressed and unpressed position.
I want to try out a mechanical keyboard, but the only ones I've touched in person are at local electronics stores. They all seemed to have full key travel, where it felt more like pressing an analog button where I could press as hard as I wanted until I bottomed out
Is this all keyswitch types or just the ones on the keyboards I tried?

>> No.59394891

But where's mod linear and scam panda?

>> No.59395756

because millionaires have enough money to waste on overpriced shit

>> No.59395811

I got a DAS keyboard professional I think. It has the volume wheel.

Where does it rate among mechanical keyboards? I got it last year I think when I first even heard of them and now I find out there are tons of different brands.

I also pre-ordered their new one with the LEDs, but who knows when that'll come out.

>> No.59395863

Das Keyboard is fine.
You don't need artisan USB cables, woven by the Pope personally in a full moon night.
You don't need special switches that were forged by elves in Japan from katana-grade steel.
That's all audiophile-tier territory.

>> No.59395896

I have to say, there are keyboards ITT that shit all over my DAS in the looks department, and why this thing didn't come with a braided cable I'll never know.

>> No.59395908
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Cherry MX Board 2.0 with MX Brown switches
never cleaned in 3 years
heavy smoker
frequently eating at the desk

>> No.59395978

way too much gayass shit that wants to run
fuck yo scripts nigga

>> No.59396119
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QFR with """vintage blacks"""

>> No.59396273
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Here's a few of them

>> No.59396285
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>tfw someone memes your meme

>> No.59396357

nice new keyboard! oh, wait...

>> No.59396400
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Chinese SA kits are a go, $75,

>> No.59396422

118 on a 12-year old membrane keyboard with enough food between keys to live a month off it
mechanical keyboards are a meme

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Post lank plez

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Can someone help me with this keyboard? Is it worth buying for 55 dollars? Can it be fake?
/g/uys halp
posting pics 1/3

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Why does it not have the label at the back?

>> No.59396573

Looks good.
thanks anon

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>> No.59396686

Not sure if you have it but use the turn off all LEDs key.

For the Ducky One/ One TKL, this is hold FN+ F9 or FN + F10

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What switches?

>> No.59396974

There are ten keyboards and in no particular order they have orange alps, mx blacks, mx clears, tactile gateron clears, zealios, and 'Chinese topre'. The remaining four boards have linear gaterons.

I find that well made ergo clears feel much better than zealios.

>> No.59397418

Thanks dude.

>> No.59397729

Join the Planck drop Y/N?

>> No.59397740

Thats what gayming switches should feel like. If you want get something like buckling springs

>> No.59397985

sub 60%s are stoopid imo

>> No.59398051
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Can anyone please help me decide if this is an original keyboard and whether it is worth buying or not?

>> No.59398137

Its a blue badge IBM with some company sticker on it. If you used your eyes you could have seen that.

>> No.59398160

I have seen that, but is it legit? I mean, should I buy it? It is 45 bucks approx.

>> No.59398244

Well if you saw it then why are you asking? Its just a model m

>> No.59398330

Thank you my man.

>> No.59398563

Okay, I'll be blunt:
I'm not rich, I want a new mech keyboard other than a gifted Razer (Green switch) keyboard which is on its' way out.
I have no clue what I'd want, mostly just clicky switches, backlighting for some late nights when I'm screwing around, but I don't want to break the bank.
I live in Australia, so importing something from Corsair's (example) website is going to fuck it hard for the price, even if they have a good sale.
If any anons would be keen on helping out, I'd appreciate it very much.

>> No.59399032

Get a magicforce from chyna
Aliexpress is a good place to start

>> No.59399218
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Does anyone have any experiences with using a 60% keyboard with a laptop in public? Mostly for coding in coffee shops, or maybe taking notes in class.

Will it make me look like a douche?

Planning to get something relatively quiet (browns + o-rings, maybe?) and light (HHKB, Anne, etc)

>> No.59399359

>Will it make me look like a douche?
Too late for that.

>> No.59400110

Ayy senpai noticed me.

>> No.59400553

This is pretty much the same for me. Just started learning the 'proper way' to type using the home row and all that. Got my first clack and some blank keycaps as well to motivate me.

Also type with around 90 wpm with my old non-home row and not using all fingers method of touch typing. Also around 50 wpm when doing it correctly.

>> No.59401567
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just got my first mechanical. Plum 84 with Gateron browns. At first some keys would intermittently register as a different key but that seems to be fixed (for now) by rebooting. Also the backlight control keys don't work properly. Not sure if I've been chinked.

>> No.59402288

but at one every 14 hours thats like two and a half days worth where are the rest?

>> No.59402835
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Which one should i get?
Drevo Calibur RGB or Ajazz AK33 RGB. Ajazz has Zorro switches, Drevo has Kailh.



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I sell them again so that I can keep buying new keyboards

>> No.59402960

I'd get a magicforce 82 instead

>> No.59402997
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>not buying two scam switches and stem swapping them

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>> No.59403636

Zealios break if you open them due to being made of substandard switch materials, such as glass

>> No.59404903

I think you mean ~premium~

>> No.59405591

You damn fag, I spent $160 for your meme keyboard with meme switches when I should've just bought it off Taobao, and I don't even have it yet.

Now you're gonna make me buy a $60 meme number pad with meme switches.

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heh, I did get the key spacings right this time, but I'm still reluctant about selling the shit I make at this stage.

>> No.59405811

I'm unsure wether I should get the tada68 or a leopold 660m. I already have a pok3r, but I suddenly need dedicated arrowkeys. Is the tada68 a good meme?

>> No.59405866
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>Is the tada68 a good meme?
Yes. It's so good that I'm making a numpad to go with it

>> No.59405912

I have a KB Paradise V80 and it's the best keyboard I ever had. Cherry MX clears are the best, better than both Blues and shitty Browns, plus it's sturdy as fuck, with a fullmetal case (except keycaps ofc)

>> No.59405959


Clears are great IMHO, I'd say blues if you find they're too stiff, greens are even stiffer. Just don't go with browns as they're on the other side, so saggy that they don't even feel mechanic at all.

>> No.59406063

thanks, messed around with it for a few mins and they're finally off :)

>> No.59406130

tfw I posted some time ago for help about my Ducky One on leddit's sub about mech keyboards (a led stopped working and I didn't know where to ask for assistance since I imported it from US) and they said "you could think twice before buying a 100 $ keyboard from an unknown brand". Read their wiki later and turns out they only reccommend Razer, Corsair, Logitech and that kind of shit.

Nice to see here you know about niche but better quality brands.

>> No.59406171

come on, reddit is dumb but this is just made up autism
they're the kind of retards who buy and support expensive """""limited""""" shit from unknown brands
most of the pictures there are from special snowflake keyboards and keycaps

>> No.59406272

what do you expect, that subreddit is 90% dick measuring posts about $250 keyboards with $125 keycap sets and a $100 "artisan" keycap to finish it off.

Ducky isn't even that unknown of a brand either what the fuck.

>> No.59406343

Yeah the funny thing is that for them everything which wasn't Razer or Corsair or other super-mainstream brands was "unknown". I mean, I'm japanese so I don't really know about stores in the US, but everyone who's willing to buy something niche as a mechanical keyboard in my opinion should look up the web and find out websites like mechanicalkeyboards.com where you find out about these brands which give you better choices which can fit your needs more.

>> No.59406386

Not all reddit is shit, and this is maybe the only board where you can say that and have people agree, lots of subs have useful info, but that one is really a load of useless information and uninformed idiots.

>> No.59406513

Are we talking about /r/mk? Razer is shunned and mechanicalkeyboards.com is well-known last I was there.

>> No.59406596

I talk about /r/mechanicalkeyboards, it happened a year or so ago so I don't know if they got more culture in the meantime, about Razer the feeling I got was that it was overrated but still a good brand as opposed to "unkown ones" like Ducky, Leopold, KB Paradise, etc...

>> No.59406642

I returned in that autism land and read their buyer's guide: https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/wiki/buying_guide

It seems they got updated a little, they discovered Ducky and Leopold even though they still made a chart full of Razer and shit.

>> No.59406705

Funny how they write long panegyrics full of PR sentences for Corsair, CM Storm, Razer & co. while just a couple of skinny lines for the Ducky One

>> No.59406742
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>not owning a korean kustom

>> No.59406756

Cool colors, look like Portal shaft
Not backlit tho

>> No.59406794

They specifically mention how the Razer switches aren't worth it and the only recommended board is the tournament edition and only for its cheap price.

They've also been dickriding Ducky and Leopold for years. I should know, I used to visit there regularly in 2015 and 2016.

>> No.59406864

Yeah, that part about Razer switches is quite objective, but in general I got the feeling that they were more for the big brands, even if not for Razer in the specific. They seemed quite Corsair/CM/Logitech fans.

And perhaps I stumbled in the most ignorant ones when I made that post, I don't really know.

>> No.59406980

if you read most posts people make about recommended keyboards, people only make concessions to CM for its cheap entry price. Even then you'll see most people recommend keebs like the MagicForce68 or TADA on there over the big name brands for entry stuff.

As much as I love to shit on leddit, their mk board is one of the more "on point" communities on there.

>> No.59407035

>but in general I got the feeling that they were more for the big brands, even if not for Razer in the specific
This is somewhat true. They are quite accepting of Corsair boards despite the fact that they are closer to Razer (which it is a big meme for them to hate on) in quality and price. The Logitech G710 is a popular entry-level board due to price, though the romer-g nonsense isn't often recommended. CM boards are popular even here as basic and decently-built, depending on the model.

That said, they'll still accept the chinkshit boards, though I don't see too many of them interested in ordering from Taobao or even Aliexpress.

>> No.59407298

Zealencio silencing clips. There's also the similar GMK QMX silencing clips too, but they're only for PCB-mounted switches for now, can't go on plate-mounted. Both were on Massdrop.

>> No.59407315

That's it. They love Corsair so much bt honestly a friend of mine got one (was it K95?) and he got like 4 malfunctioning leds after only 1 month of use (and they said I was foolish by buying the ducky lol), and also Logitechs have those Romer G which are very bad, I hate Reds and Browns and those ones were even sloppier when I tried some out in a store.
I feel like they only hate on Razer because it's the meme one but as I said they still are more fans of the big brands.

Good for them anyway, my ducky serves great and I'm happy with it (even though it still has the broken led on del button because I had to send it back to US to my expense for a replacement and it was expensive so I lived with it)

>> No.59407411

I'd take an Ajazz, cause of the, I believe, better Zorro switches. I don't remember if it has any non-standard key sizes, though. The Drevo however is using the same design and board as most Chinese tenkeyless keyboards, so there should be no issue with keycaps.

>> No.59407474

Fuck leddit but you literally made this up and none of what you say about them is true.

>> No.59407937

Can't decide between the FC660M and Tada68.

The FC660M looks beautiful and was my original choice but I heard its harder to find keys for and can't be programmed.

Anyone out there who can give some advice?

>> No.59407984

TADA68 for sure. Programmability > all

Also both have non-standard keys, FC660 layout has a 1u key on the bottom row and a 2.25u right shift, TADA68 has three 1u keys on the bottom row, 1.75u right shift and I think 2 non-standard row keys on the far right column.

>> No.59408069

>overpaying $200+ for a product because it's le korean
>tfw i tried to also but couldn't get in

not sure which is more autistic

>> No.59408112

Does winkeyless still count as a Korean custom if they're made to order and not some ridiculously limited 30 units every few years thing?

>> No.59408290

What's that keyboard?

>> No.59408565

Looks like a Poker II.

>> No.59408750

Looks like an aluminum case, so it's more likely a pok3r.

>> No.59408866

Does anyone have firmware for the Royal Kludge RC930? Absolutely unfindable somehow.

>> No.59408937

I have the same problem. I can't find the Gen 1 software. The Gen 1 RC930 has white housings while Gen 2 has clear housings and per key RGB.

Gen 2 software is findable. I'm fairly sure all 'electrostatic capacitive' keyboards use the same software.


>> No.59408986

>Keyboard not detected

Man, if only RK's site wasn't an absolute non-functioning catastrophe.

>> No.59409608

What switch will give me the feel of greens but without the sound?

>> No.59409754

Why did nobody tell me that Matias switches were so glorious? Just got a KBParadise V80 with Matias Quiet Click and am loving the feel; now I need to get a few normal Click switches to see if they're even better.

Are Cherry switches a meme?

>> No.59409894

A beep speak keyboard set to 300 Db

>> No.59409909

where can I get a good set of sculpted programmers dvorak key caps?

Preferably PBT or something, I want good quality.

I don't want un-sculpted/"flat" keys and I don't want to re-arrange my qwerty keys cause they will be all weird.

>> No.59409930

Unicomp has some with high quality dye-sub PBT

>> No.59410521

Is there a relatively cheap mechanical keyboard that just has a plain white backlight instead of this RGB shit? Also, it should have a normal looking font, no gaymer shit.

>> No.59410744

Here's the keyboard for you, bub.


In google translate, "tea green" actually means blue.

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>> No.59412077

What's a good 60% keyboard with the arrow keys attached?

Like the tada68.

Also what switches type the fastest?

>> No.59412089

The tada68 layout appeals to me because I regularly use the arrow keys but still want the 60% size for portability.

>> No.59412353

mine does not respond anymore. if I plug it, it works for few seconds then stop working. If I press many keys at the same time sometimes it come back to life for few seconds but stop working after a while. anyone know if it's possible to fix it?

>> No.59412481

How heavy is the TADA68 anyway? I've been looking for the net weight but all I'm getting is the gross weight.

>> No.59412960

mainly, are there any that are in stock and can be had within the month?

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I salvaged some old Cherry Whites and some keycaps from a old Hog 1000 light board they're trashing at work. What should I do with them?
I'm thinking of swapping the clears in my Poker 2 or maybe the reds in my K95.

>> No.59413248

Greens are heavier blues so i guess you want heavier browns which are mx clears.
they'll still clack a lot though

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Just get it from China

>> No.59413693

Buying a TADA68 was a mistake. I don't see any reason to use my other keyboards now.

>> No.59413894

Anywhere I can get it with clears?

>> No.59414118

Chyna has some with gat clears

>> No.59414445

Not him, but do they? Both on Taobao and Aliexpress it seems like the options are the same: browns, blues, reds and blacks.

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I think I may actually have all the keyboards I need now. All that's left is building customs for the fun of it.

>> No.59414924

Can you guys recommend me a good soldering iron?

>> No.59414988

Sell me a gateron red board please

>> No.59415207

Anyone wanna trade a MX Rustler brocap for an IBM model m?

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Weller WSD81

If you just want to slap together a board, any iron from the hardware store that plugs right into the wall should do the trick.

>> No.59415405

why would I trade a keyboard for a single keycap?

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