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/mkg/ x /tpg/ edition

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

Previous thread: >>59981447

>> No.60017175
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stop stealing our thread pic reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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>/mkg/ x /tpg/ edition

>> No.60017215

what keyboard is that

>> No.60017217
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>the dark meme rises

>> No.60017226

tex yoda

>> No.60017236

80 wpm with 6 fingers, 40 wpm with 9.
what is wrong with me /g/ :((((((((((

>> No.60017271

disable the driver of your webcam...

>> No.60017282

And let """""them""""" turn it back on? No thanks padre

>> No.60017284

how am I gonna jerk off on omegle then? idiot

>> No.60017293

Distal muscular dystrophy.

>> No.60017311
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>tfw still waiting for my Plum 84 to ship


>> No.60017318

enable it when you need it, take 2 sec...

>> No.60017363

A. rip off a band aid with left hand
B. disable drivers with left hand
we all know the right answer

>> No.60017372

thanks dr. anon

>> No.60017394
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>C. you look like an autistic guy with a band aid on your thinkpad

>> No.60017417

nice memes/10

>> No.60017427

Is she a goddess?

>> No.60017469
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she is a big girl :3

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>> No.60017536

dank keyboard
dank knife

>> No.60017551

>mechanical keyboard thread
>OP features non-mechanical keyboard

>> No.60017560

All keyboards are mechanical.

>> No.60017573


honestly cant see how a white male would ever be able to sexually please a goddess like this

>> No.60017586

>tfw still waiting for switches to ship
>have case, pcb and keycaps
>sometimes I just put the caps on top of the case and pretend it's assembled

>> No.60017604

I've got a pretty thick cock, I think I can do it.

>> No.60017673

How do realforce age in the long run?
I want to buy a keyboard that I'll continue using in 40 years so I'll brag about it to my grandchildren the same way the grandfather I never had would brag about his Unix workstation from the mid late 80s

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>> No.60017725
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TEX Yoda 2 When? soon?

>> No.60017743
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My Ducky One came in the other day, I don't know if you guys remember but it's my first mechanical keyboard. So far I really like it, it's about everything i wanted and I really like the brown keys, though they are a tiny bit on the light side. I think it's just something I'll have to get used to. And I guess I can replace them if I want, right? You can just pull the switches out and put new ones in?

I would like a palm rest though, does anyone have any recommendations as far as that goes?

>> No.60017786

>sometimes I just put the caps on top of the case and pretend it's assembled

I feel sorry for those poor bastards who joined the Hyperfuse and Penumbra group buys, they've been waiting over 2 years for their caps to ship

>> No.60017821

I just was at WASD's website and I am really considering ordering a custom keyboard there. However, I don't quite understand the configurator there - do I have to save the custom layout in order to actually get it (and register in that process) or is it carried along with the order? Because I hate registering anywhere, but I would love to have a keyboard with weird colors and shit.

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>I am really considering ordering a custom keyboard there

>> No.60018033

What's wrong with that? I am not a regular in this general and I am far from being an obsessive mechanical keyboarder, so forgive me if I don't know all the brands by heart. All in all I would pay around 210 bucks (Europoor) and that doesn't seem to me all too rip-off for a keyboard that will be exactly like I want it.

>> No.60018091

The caps aren't worth it. The board itself is fine, so you can buy the barebones WASD and find some aftermarket cap set that's actually decent.

>> No.60018109
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this is whats wrong with them

>> No.60018249

Ewww. Is that rubbed off coating? Are they all white underneath? Is that UV coating they use? They write it's more durable than laser etching.

>> No.60018336

face ruins it.

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still waiting for this

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They claimed to have improved it in the newer ones. If you do like their keyboards then get the barebones one

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>> No.60019425
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GMK oblivion available yet?

>> No.60019446

I'm considering getting my girlfriend some cherry mx keyboard, and probably going to customize some of the keycaps for her as a gift for her birthday.

>probably $200 max
>West Australia (south of Perth)
>probably clicky
>probably ANSI
>black frame, yellow/RGB backlighting

>> No.60019508

how reliable are ducky keyboards? found a dude on amazon selling cherry red ducky keyboard for $40 and tempted to buy it

>> No.60019554

I would say to get a shine 5, but it looks like they've all been replaced by the shine 6
Maybe go for the cooler master pro l instead

>> No.60019602

I would kill for one of these.

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>a dude on amazon
You already know that's a bad idea my guy.

You don't get any protection if you buy from some random dude on amazon, and there's a reason it's so cheap.

Do the right thing

>> No.60019755

Are Unicomps any good? I'm looking to get a 103 key USB one to try out buckling springs.

>> No.60020181

>That looks nice
>The expected price per base set is 135$.

What the fuck

>> No.60020197

>You don't get any protection if you buy from some random dude on amazon
you really are a dumb shit.

>> No.60020277

You are correct.

But I thought this was a keyboard thread?

>> No.60020293

Don't ask me, I have no idea. I just want it.

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Ded General
Ded Memes

>> No.60021054

What do you guys think of this? Azio keyboard w/ Kailh blues.

>> No.60021489
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how's this idea for a 75% layout

>top row
same as choc mini

>right shift

>bottom row
1.25+1.25+1.25+6.25+1.25+1.25u followed by a 0.25u gap and arrow keys

the arrow keys are offset by 0.25u like in pic related

this means you have perfect compatibility with almost all keycap sets especially with blanks (legends can be a little bit wrong like if you use menu key as right shift for example)

so no worries about 5.5u spacebars or non-standard modifiers or 1.5u esc etc

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So it would look like this? It would still have a shorter right shift, but at least most keycaps sets, even those from tai-hao and gateron include it. Also it would be a 0.5u gap not .25u one.

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not enough memes

>> No.60021826
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i mean like this

your pic would work too

>> No.60021928

That's look like shit

>> No.60021996

well i think it would be usable irl but maybe choc mini/plum84 were right after all and we just need 5.5u or dual 2.25u spacebars

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>Pause / scroll lock

>> No.60022338

My Rosewill RK 9000 repair mission has failed, and it still is not responding to my inputs.

What would you recommend for someone that wants a normal mechanical keyboard, red or blue is fine, without gaymer shit and a dumb ass font, and preferably cheap?

Is the RK900V2 alright?

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Hey /mkg/ get your own fucking image.

K thx. love /tpg/

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i have the insert key there irl

>> No.60022379

Also what do I do with the old keyboard? Can anything off it be sold?

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I need a numpad for work, so something like this would be nice for me. GMK Carbon doesn't have orange colored nav keys, which means I'd have to live with miss matched legends as scroll lock would be replaced by delete

>> No.60022426

If you want you could spend the extra 10-20 bucks and get a Ducky One with doubleshot PBT keycaps for $99, or dye-sub PBT for $109

>> No.60022493

But you have the insert key elsewhere on that keymap.

>> No.60022543

That's just one of the preset layouts on the website. I don't think he had the autism to go and change it to exactly match his keyboard. He just wanted to make a quick point,

>> No.60022551

I spent that much on my GPU.
What I want is for my RK-9000 I got for $20 five years ago to not fuck itself up for no reason and force me to buy a keyboard, knowing I will never be able to get a sale that good ever again.
I don't want to be forced to use this dirt-crusted Dell keyboard, but I guess I will have to.

>> No.60022634

Then get some chink keyboard like a tomoko for 30 bucks

>> No.60022680

on choc mini you have insert on fn+del. i have a dedicated insert key instead of pause since i never use pause anyway

these: >>60021688 >>60021826 just have the default choc mini top row to avoid complicating things. my idea is mainly about the right shift/bottom row/arrow keys. the user would be able to put on different keycaps and reprogram the board as they like

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Its actually the keycool 84 layout.
Anyway while tinkering around I decided to improve on the traditional TKL layout by making it compact, or is I like to call it CTKL. It uses standard keycaps and the layout shouldn't be that much more different then your normal TKL.

>> No.60023404

>Budget £50?
>Location (continent at least) UK
>Preferred switch type No clue.
>Layout See above
>Form factor See above
>Backlight Yes pls
>Previous/current keyboards Logitech G110 :^)

Never had a true mechanical before, looking to get one. Any pointers?

>> No.60023479


>> No.60023635

Should I get a magicforce 68 with outemu switches or save up for a real brand?

>> No.60023713

gateron browns would be better if you think you'll like the switch. you can upgrade the keycaps for $20-40 later on and you'll have a solid keyboard assuming you like the magicforce 68 layout.

>I'd recommend paying more for the Gateron Brown model, I've tried Outemu Browns and they are unpleasant.

>> No.60023754

Where can I find the gateron version? I can only find the outemu versions on ebay.

Also can you use o-rings with brown switches or does it prevent actuation?

>> No.60023769

So what's wrong with Velocifire and TOMOKO boards? Because at those prices I'm really tempted to grab one and see how it goes.

>> No.60023806

>Where can I find the gateron version?

>Also can you use o-rings with brown switches

>> No.60023826
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Forgot to add pic and it's an Azio MGK1-K with Kailh brown switches. Any ideas if the Kailh brown switches are legit or are they chink tier crap?

>> No.60023862

also there are other gaterons than browns to choose from but i didn't see a black magicforce with blues so i linked to browns in >>60023479. whether you prefer blues or browns or other comes down to personal preference

>> No.60023868

Amazon doesn't ship the Magicforce 68 to ausfailia. Guess I will settle for the outemu switches

>> No.60023915

why not get it from aliexpress?

>> No.60023916
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Does anyone own a Drevo 84 or an AK33? Looking for your opinion it. I'm looking for a cheap replacement for my Noppo choc mini, I'm not willing to budge on the layout, it is the single most important thing to me. I figure I'll buy it with browns since I have reds and blues.
I intend to replace the stock keycaps with a simple low priced set, POM if I can find it as it's my favorite.
If you can suggest another board with the same in-line fkey format I'm open to it. I don't mind paying more if the keycaps are nice enough to not need replacement. Indifferent towards backlighting.

>> No.60023943

They only seem to have kailh versions and expensive Cherry versions

>> No.60023957

plum 84 topre clones if you want something different

>> No.60023970

I really dislike topre, even more than I dislike reds but thanks for the heads up because it is a nice board.

>> No.60024021

Whats are some nice linear switches for typing?

>> No.60024048


>> No.60024086

they're pretty decent

>> No.60024098

If you want a keyboard like in your pic you can get it for like 140 bucks with xda keycaps. If you don't care about a metal case or programmable layers then the AK33 is a solid choice for a cheap keyboard

>> No.60024160

Looking for a new mechanical since I've been without for a while

104 preferred, I actually use the numpad often
I'm thinking browns. I want something less loud but with some feedback. Will probably add o-rings
Black with a regular design is fine, most other designed keyboards just look ugly to me. Not too concerned with the keycaps as long as they feel good. I'll rub the letters off within a few months of use anyway if they aren't etched through
Don't care about backlight or not
Used to have a filco 104 with reds and a leopold tenkeyless with blues. They died in a flood.

It's a lot easier to find a fuckload of them now than the last time I went shopping for one but I don't know most of these brands now

>> No.60024161

thanks for ruining my night anon. I hope there's a massive massdrop on that shit so I can get it. Typing right now ona Tex Yoda and it's comfy as fuck.

>> No.60024162

I love my choc but it's white and everything else I own is black. I could replace it's keys but then I need a keyset that works with the non-standard shift and space bar. Space bar being white, shift being gray. The only "feature" that is important to me is being able to switch capslock and control but I can do this in software too I think. $140 is definitely more than I want to spend because I can get 3d printed custom shift and space for like $35, so I figured I may as well just spend the bit extra on a different board and that way I'll also have a spare set of caps when I replace them.

>> No.60024168

OK. Better/worse than original Model M keyboards? The lack of a Windows key is kind of a dealbreaker for me, but I could remap Caps Lock if I had to.

>> No.60024170

messed up the quote

>> No.60024179
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just fyi the rainbow version of >>60022376 is available again now if you want keycaps which fit choc mini


>> No.60024207

Yo!! That fits the mini? If so I love you, saved me so much hassle and money. They're really nice too.

>> No.60024210

Then why didn't you get a black choc mini?
Also you can buy OEM choc mini keycaps from china for like 40 bucks

>> No.60024217

for white keycaps there is this:

if you want black see >>60024179 and maybe you can plasti dip or paint the case

>> No.60024237

>The lack of a Windows key

Switches are still good, but there's cosmetic issues with the case/caps these days since the old molds are so worn out now

>> No.60024241

yep they fit perfectly. has the 5.5u spacebar, 1.75u right shift, del+pgup+pgdn+end all in the correct rows

>> No.60024293

I had originally planned to slowly replace my periphs and case with white but gave up because it would have cost a ton more money for the same shit. Bought a new monitor it was black, got a new mouse and it was black, my headphones are black, and then I gave up and went with an all black PC too. \

So I have a white choc mini and I want it to be black, at least the keys. i can figure out the case later.
I know, I'm retarded.
thanks I'm really happy, going to order here in a minute. Did you buy them? I plan to pay the extra for DHL I'm not waiting 29 days for them.
I saw that, whole point is to make the board black or replace it with a black one(drevo/ak33) thank you though

>> No.60024340

i bought >>60022376 from the kbdfans.cn shop (they're not available there any more). took 2½ weeks to arrive with the free shipping option.

>> No.60024364

Yeah, that's what I was originally considering.

So the plastic quality is lower in comparison to the originals? I can live with that as long as I get that Windows key.

>> No.60024398

>So the plastic quality is lower in comparison to the originals?

Pretty much. Have to say I'm surprised that the chinks haven't attempted buckling spring clones yet, they'd probably put unicomp out of business

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>> No.60024430

Alright, thanks.

>> No.60024438

well technically they did

>> No.60024577
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thanks so much man im so happy. I've been looking through ali and google for a while now trying to figure out what I wanted to do for caps. this is sooo much easier than putting together a set that works with the non-standard keys.

First time I've ever bought something from china

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That doesn't look bad. If only there was a 75% version.
These small keyboards got me thinking. I wonder what it would be like to use a 60% keyboard, but with a numpad. With this design all but one of the keycaps are standard. The issue however is that the 2nd row down from the top is not staggered properly. The tab key needs to be .25u smaller, while the \| key needs to be .25u bigger. I opted to shift it by that amount that way everything remains standard. Now since this is still a standard 60% there shouldn't be any issues with case or plate designs. The problem however is that I can't find a PCB that will support this layout.

>> No.60025168

The keycaps aren't standard size?

>> No.60025203
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>You can just pull the switches out and put new ones in?
I think you mean keycaps.

>> No.60025254

I want to get a friend a mechanical keyboard for his birthday coming up. Whats the best thing for 100

>> No.60025264
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Ducky One

>> No.60025327

I just copped a Dell AT101W for 3 dollars at a thrift store, how did I do? there's no noticeable yellowing of the keycaps and only minor scuffs on the outer housing. How did I do? I'm quite liking these black alps

>> No.60025391

that's pretty average really. a lot of these old dell keyboards end up in thrift stores.

>> No.60025438

really? I hardly find any decent keyboards at my local thrift stores, mostly just garbage Dell/HP rubberdomes and such. Although that's probably because I live close to the city

>> No.60025685

does thinkpads have mechanical keyboards? if yes, maybe i'll buy one

>> No.60025866

>mechanical keyboard

>> No.60026001

They exist, like Acer makes a $9000 gayming laptop with a fullsize Cherry brown keyboard and a 21" curved ultrawide screen

>> No.60026456

No but the older ones have very nice keyboards as far as laptops go. I also own a modern laptop from 2016 with chicklet keys and while it is not even close to as enjoyable as my gateron blue board to type on I actually type at almost 20wpm faster on it. I sit around 105wpm on my blues and 125-130 on the chicklet. Nothing modern has a better keyboard than the t420 series and before thinkpads. You can also install that superior keyboard into newer models although I am unsure of the specifics.
Doess anyone else find they actually type slower on their mechanical boards, even though it is far more enjoyable?

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>tex yoda 2

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fuck lads. Why are all the nice looking keycap sets so fuckin expensive.

>> No.60028069

Niche of a niche. Just pull the trigger, the community is so autistic, you can resell for 150% of the original price, especially considering that keycaps come out in spats. Anything SA or DSA is basically a safe investment.

>> No.60028085

DSA Dolch is one of those things SP restocks though, so the resale won't be as high as single-run sets.

>> No.60028311
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anyone built / bought an ergodox? are they actually just a meme or live up to the hype?

thinking about building one or just being lazy and getting pic related...

really want an ergomech one way or another

>> No.60028601

ergodox i can understand since it's ortholinear and shaped according to your hands. your pic seems dumb since it's staggered so there's no point in angling it further. maybe if you're a linux neckbeard who literally doesn't use a mouse and you need to find the perfect angle for your hands/arms.

>> No.60028635

I eventually went with g20 blanks instead of dsa dolch because of this reason. That and the lack of a bezel on my board should make the g20's really eyecatching. No photos yet.

>> No.60028644

$71 for a whole kit compared to $121 for dolchs.

>> No.60028661


3 posts to say what one could have.

>> No.60029410

Get an ergodox, it's super nice. If you are a lazy fuck get it preassembled on falbatech or buy an ergodox-ez.
The only thing more comfy is a dactyl.

>> No.60029685

Found a Model M for five bucks at the flea market just few mins ago, works flawlessly but it has one autism problem: three caps (V cap, print scr and scroll lock) have not the original cap but a smaller replacement. Any place selling genuine replacement caps for the thing and shipping worldwide?

By the way, the thing feels slick to type on but I will have to dampen the noise, fuck is it loud.

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>> No.60029929

About to buy a magicforce 68. Any reason I shouldn't?

>> No.60030097

You can install the T420 keyboard on the T430 but the T430 chiclet is as good as the T420 but has less flex.

>> No.60030121

There's the Msi gt titan for much cheaper you know

>> No.60030906

Yeah I know, I'm just pointing out one example

>> No.60030919

Where is a good place to get Model Ms? What year is the cut off to get a good one?

>> No.60031072

I own one with black switches whhich was sold as red. They feel like mush a year later but it works and uses all standard key caps. Worth if you buy the cheap non back lit model for $40

>> No.60031336

I'm in the market for a new keyboard and was thinking of buying the "overwatch razor blackwidow chroma" keyboard
Is any decent for its asking price or would I be better getting g something else

I've always used cheap keyboards never used a mechanical keyboard before, but I've got some cash to splurge

>> No.60031371

Razor's pretty garbage, cheap low quality parts and construction with high prices and profit margins. Never buy any of their products.

>> No.60031394

What's your budget and what kinds of form factors are you interested in. Razer is about as bad as it gets.

>> No.60031486

$1000 for keyboard and mouse

>> No.60031533

You have nearly infinite options with a $900 keyboard budget, what more do you want?

Something pre-built, something built for you or something that requires assembly?
Something without backlighting, something with single colour backlighting or something with RGB backlighting?
Something with caselighting/underglow or something without?
Numpad or not?
Function row or not?
Dedicated arrow keys or not?

>> No.60031593

I'm a simple man I was merely asking before because I don't want to buy something that's just going to fall apart

>> No.60031612
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Get the vintage trackman marble fx and get someone to build you a custom dactyl keyboard at that budget.

>> No.60031716

If that's all you want, just grab a Ducky or Leopold. Solid affordable boards.

>> No.60031754
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Go with an endgame keyboard like the Realforce RGB.

>> No.60031764

Or a GH60 with an aluminium case.

>> No.60031877

/g/ i need a new keyboard

about 100€
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
never tried any of them, i think red, brown, black or clear would be ok
don't care, i don't plan on changing the caps
>Form factor
media buttons would be nice, don't care about numpad
would be nice, but i don't want rgb because linux support for rgb sucks
>Previous/current keyboards
Thinkpad laptop, logitech g110 on desktop (quite crappy, i like the media buttons though)

>> No.60031901

>rgb rubberdome
should have just gotten a logitech desu

>> No.60031948

I have two HHKBs and a Filco Majestouch TKL. How am I doing

>> No.60032005


>> No.60032800

See >>60031764
But not the aluminium case, that's out of your budget.

>> No.60033313

I can get the logitech g610 with reds for 50€, is it any good?

>> No.60033614

Massdrop has the CODE 104 available.

>> No.60033650
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Ok mates, I'm poor and I've bought this. What do you think? Could it be acceptable?


>> No.60034646

hello lads

im in a bit of a pickle

i got this memeforce keyboard and the keys upon holding them in act a bit weird
instead of a continuous keystroke it interrupts and makes pauses every second or so
which is kinda bad because i cannot do any actions in vidya games that are console ports - they mostly require keys to be held for a long period of time

any tips?

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Try not to cum too hard


>> No.60034801

waste of trips

>> No.60035096

Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro S White LED might suit your need.

>> No.60035274

No u

>> No.60036619

$100, want browns, don't care about backlight, plan to install orings, 104 preferred but tkl is fine if the price difference is huge. I don't know shit about all these new switch versions and off brands and what not

>> No.60037473
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I found this old ps2 keyboard on the street and I cleaned it. I keep it this way? I would like to give you an intervention. what dou you recommend?

>> No.60037686

Is that a BTC board? Is it Dome with slider?
If it's standard dome without slider chuck it back on to the street.

>> No.60038204
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who /Gateron Clear/ here?
>tfw my sissy fingers no longer ache

>> No.60038730
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How does it decide I hit 115wpm if I only typed 107 words?

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>> No.60039478
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Is this a mechanical keyboard?

>> No.60039538


>> No.60039557

Are you retarded? Google exists and it says no.

>> No.60039568

learn to google you douche


No it's fucking not

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>> No.60039602

mechanical is a meme anyway

>> No.60039609

No, also no such thing as a "gaming keyboard". Gaming mice I can understand with the zero acceleration sensor and shit. But you just got jewed on that keyboard my friend, ask for a refund.

>> No.60039619

Need fast help:

The LOGITECH G610 is currently on sale here in Germany from 100 to 50€. It comes with red Cherry MX switches.

Is this keyboard good for this price? Does anyone here own it?

>> No.60039630

>but mom I wanted a mechanical keyboard.
>worst birthday ever!

>> No.60039647

I wasn't looking for a mechanical keyboard. I just bought a gaming keyboard because I wanted one. I was wondering if it also happens to be a mechanical keyboard hence me posting here :)

>> No.60039697

$70 for a rubber dome and shitty mouse
why do people do this? For 60 bucks you can get a mechanical keyboard and a g302

>> No.60039699

If you want to know whether it is good or not you have to know the color of the switches. Then go to a local computer shop (Saturn, Media Markt, etc) and test out a keyboard which has the same switch type. If you like the feel then go ahead and purchase the G610.

>> No.60039740

the price is good, but do you like reds? many places have corsair keyboards on display so try those out with red switches.

>> No.60039742
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>I just bought a gaming keyboard because I wanted one.

>> No.60039987
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>23 USD for 104 PBT keycaps

Seems a little cheap, right? Would the quality be absolute garbage?

>> No.60040084

I literally just got these: http://www.geekkeys.com/black-blank-pbt-104-keyset/ and they're pretty great.

>> No.60040122

they're probably fine. looking at the pic the primary concern for me would be the color of the esc key like if it's too pinkish compared to real dolch keycaps

>> No.60040786

What are the go-to recommended keyboards with topre switches? Is there even any choice?

>> No.60040857

realforce, if its too much then there is the typeheaven. otherwise go for chink clones.

>> No.60040859

you do not have much choice.
hhkb for memes and the "hacker" layout.
realforce has fullsize and tkl layouts, but the top bezel is pretty ugly if you ask me. there's also a full-size RGB version with mx sliders so you can use mx keycaps on it.
leopold has a 68-key layout and something like a 1800 layout. these are honestly the most normal-looking of them all.

also, there are imitation ones like plum.

>> No.60041097

I've been looking around, is there no fullsize topre keyboard with 55g switches?

>> No.60041114

I want to replace my current keyboard for gaming and general use typing. I know relatively little about mechanical keyboards.

Max ~150 dollars
>Preferred switch type
Cherry MX Red
>Form factor
100%, wouldn't be too angry at a TKL but I'd prefer a wristrest as well and also for it to at least look decent
Yes, RGB if possible.
>Current keyboard
Got for free from a family member. It's not awful but I don't particularly like the sound and I can't really get used to the typing experience despite having it for nearly half a year now.

Thank you in advance.

>> No.60041219

from google:

>> No.60041678

Let me rephrase: no fullsize topre keyboard with 55g switches that I could actually buy new?

>> No.60041798

y tho

>TKL 55g

>104 key 45g

>> No.60041879

I like my numpads, okay? If I'm dropping that much on a keyboard it needs to be fullsize. I can deal with 45g if there's no 55g available though.

Is the RGB Realforce ok, or did they make it shitty because it's more gayming oriented? I wouldn't mind the backlight.

>> No.60041972

Is there some reason not to get these? Seems like a great deal for $30: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/midnight-gradient-pbt-all-over-dye-subbed-keycap-set

>> No.60042004

>OEM profile
there you go

>> No.60043042

>look into Ducky Shine 3 TKL
>a few troubling reviews mentioning LEDs burning out very soon after purchase
>ask /mkg/
>"nah no widespread problem with Ducky LEDs"
>buy one
>random LEDs burning out after 2 months
fuck you assholes
pic related

>> No.60043134

how long does the texture on PBT keycaps last? obviously it varies but are we talking months, years, decades?

ripster says they get shiny after 6 months, is that right?

if you already have good keycaps, do you buy new ones for aesthetic reasons or because the old ones have started to wear out?

>> No.60043171 [DELETED] 


anybody here own one of these? i was thinking about getting one. ill be my first mechanical keyboard. is it a good price?

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anybody here own one of these? i was thinking about getting one. ill be my first mechanical keyboard. is it a good price?

>> No.60043303
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I've been using DSA Granite for almost exactly a year. They are probably slightly less textured than when I got them, but still feel pretty grainy.

Except for one part of the spacebar which has sorta smoothed out.

I'd say I had the same experience with Pok3r caps. Never smoothed out completely, but do become less textured with time. I don't know if they'll ever get completely smooth, especially not in 6 months.

>> No.60044369
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Also has 1.5mm o-rings installed that give it a nice stiff feeling when bottoming out, and reduce total travel distance considerably.

>> No.60044525
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how do you like 30g rubber domes? I tried them on a realforce and they felt nearly linear to me

>> No.60044660

So fucking smooth compared to cherry reds and especially browns. It's easy enough to determine when you've actuated the key, and the tactile feel is a subtle but noticable dip in force if you type lightly. With these thick o-rings I bottom out pretty much every key stroke if my arm is off angle.

Best thing about it has to be the price - 105usd

>> No.60044818

I have a Coolermaster Masterkeys Pro with Cherry MX Silver. It's absolutely gorgeous and comes with Reds too.

Otherwise you can try a Ducky, they are a good brand.

>> No.60045934

>Budget $200
>Location (continent at least): US
>Preferred switch type: Soft/Medium Linear
>Layout: ANSI
>Form factor: Not a big deal
>Backlight: Preferably
>Previous/current keyboards Trash

Software dev/gaming - more than light usage

>> No.60046210

What's the best keyboard that uses ridiculous rmk terminology?

Norbatouch and Zealencios are the worst names but you can't combine them since Norbatouch is Topre

>> No.60046453

gatistotles? zealiostotles?

>> No.60046600


>muh ascended mouse pard


>> No.60046710


>> No.60047106

What keyboard is that spent my whole life looking for a white rgb mech keyboard

>> No.60047196

almost all of those modes are unusable

to what extent is the lighting programmable in software?

>> No.60047372

How to search for LED sided keycaps? Preferably 81 keycap ones.

>> No.60047897
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Any reason not to buy this other than not being enough of a meme?

>> No.60048006

>Can't see shit at night while typing
>backlit keyboards are all riced shit
This is endless suffering.
>inb4 learn2touchtype

>> No.60048021

Genuine Topre enthusiasts say it doesn't thock like other Topre boards do.

Personally I'd go for something like a Leopold FC980C with aftermarket Cherry compatible sliders anyway because better layout.

>> No.60048041

>backlit keyboards are all riced shit
maybe if you're only looking at the cheapest chinkshit

>> No.60048103

also there is nothing wrong with backlit keyboards but you should still learn to touch type properly if you haven't already


>> No.60048113

Are plate mounted replacement cherry keyswitches that hard to come by? WASD and MK are sold out.

>> No.60048148


>> No.60048231

Just get PCB mount and snip of the extra pins. Also they are in stock on aliexpress

>> No.60048271

800 dpi 0.7 in game sensitivity
560 edpi

I use all of it. I routinely hit the edge of my desk.

>> No.60048369

get a higher dpi mouse you faggot. 10000 dpi is mainstream these days

>> No.60048425

You know low sensitivity, big movements and high accuracy is what a lot of "serious gamers" use these days, right?

>> No.60048615
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it's rendering

>> No.60048625

turn the in game sensitivity down. preferring low sens/big movements doesn't mean you can't have a high dpi sensor. i doubt most "serious gamers" use 800 dpi mice.

>> No.60048640


>> No.60048666

Fuck who thought it was a good idea to put on the same image

>> No.60048690
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>> No.60048794

But why

>> No.60049235

Because g/tards are not intelligent

>> No.60049325
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anyone recognise this board?

>> No.60049364

Why are there so few keyboards with the numpad on the left side? I know a lot of people who have tenkeyless just have an external numpad to the left.

>> No.60049438

most people are right handed and the numpad is designed for right handed use. the demand for a left hand side numpad is probably extremely low. a compact layout with numpad only extends by 4u to the right anyway

>> No.60049445

Well, having a numpad on your left is more ergonomic for right-handed people, provided you use a mouse.

>> No.60049470

if you even need a numpad at all you can have a standalone numpad and you can position/angle it to make it more ergonomic to use

>> No.60049492

Where can one buy gateron switches?

>> No.60049549

is there a version of this keyboard without the huge enter key?

>> No.60049574

Wew, I would love an ANSI version too. The aesthetics are pretty great.

>> No.60049580

What caps are these?

>> No.60049581

KBDfans have the probable best price right now, 20c/switch in lots of 10, $8 shipping.

>> No.60049618
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Should I buy this kit?

>> No.60049659

you have to go back

>> No.60049663

DSA Granite. Made by Signature Plastics here:

Says in the post you're replying to, friendo.

>> No.60049701

the mods are still in english
kind of disappointing

>> No.60049767


shit qa and overpriced?

>> No.60049831
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Uniqey makes a similar keyboard. It comes in black or white with options for ansi or iso

>> No.60049839

Do someone knows if i can buy letter stickers for the keys? i want korean and english characters but i dont think if there are keys with both so im considering buy stickers.

>> No.60049853

EnjoyPBT/Gateron sell some on aliexpress or originative. If you don't want new keycaps then keyboard co sells some stickers

>> No.60049854


>> No.60049883

I really like the more square IBM-aesthetic though.

>> No.60049884

Yes but the TVS costs $30 (The keycaps are subsidised by their government)
My sister on a vacation to India and China so I'm making her buy stuff for me

>> No.60049892

>The keycaps are subsidised by their government
Interesting, care to tell me more?

>> No.60049902
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I bought some from aliexpress. They are nice but they have tiny marks where they broke out of the mold. You won't be able to see it once they caps are on. The main problem is that the top of the keycap is really thin and you can see the stem trough it. Looks like shit on back-lit keyboards. I put my blank set on my novatouch and it works but I have ordered some replacements.

>> No.60049929
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>> No.60049932

i'm not usually into fullsize keyboards but holy shit that thing is sexy especially for the price. are the keycaps abs or pbt?

>> No.60049944

A bit late to the party

>> No.60049958

According to geek hack its thin abs, and its even cheaper if you don't buy it online

>> No.60049971

Unfortunatly for you /mkg/ is a dying general, but it looks like this thread will 404 in about 12 hours.

>> No.60050071


>> No.60051323

>International keys for Chocolatier finally arrive

>> No.60051408

I plan on getting two kbs for different areas. Need some confirmation whether these are good buys:

For work/coding:

For games/web-browsing:

>> No.60051436

Both are good keyboards yes.

>> No.60051616

Noice, what are those caps?

>> No.60051655

dont buy blue cherries -_-

they're clacky and cool at first but after some time it drives you insane


>> No.60051852

Those are the stock ones found on JustSystems keyboards

>> No.60051944

What's the best set of non-blank PBT caps for 50 USD or less?

>> No.60051967

Anon, the click is necessary because it teaches you to flinch every time you press a key, which prevents bottoming out and therefore reduces stress.

>> No.60052434

sometimes the click feels a bit overkill but blues and greens are the best cherry-style switches for typing. keep in mind that buckling spring is even louder

>> No.60052506


Is there a name for this particular style of keycap? Looks comfy as fuck. very retro-esque, but I can't find anything remotely similar when I'm looking at keycap sets.

>> No.60052888
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Those are topre hi-pro and are only availble on topre keyboards. If you can't afford topre boards then check out SP SA keycaps and their chink clones, or the IBM style hi-pro on massdrop right now.

>> No.60052995

>£120, from what I've seen though I'd need to spend more.
>White's sound good but if rare and overpriced, Black's
>Full KB, but only because i'd want a numpad which has arrow keys in the numpad layout.
>Not necessary

>> No.60053201
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>> No.60053279


>IBM style hi-pro on massdrop

God dammit. I really dig that style, but fuck.

>> No.60053296

unfortunately UK doesn't have that many options like it used to.
That's pretty much your best choice for mechanical keyboards.

>> No.60053348

That's only for the alphas. The modifiers are another 43 bucks, then then number pad is another 25, but if it sells enough then the price will drop down to 40 and 20 respectively. If you want a full set then it will cost you around $110 bucks.

>> No.60053362
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The plastic itself and the surface is just fine, it's just the edges can be a bit rough. See the pic.

>> No.60053404


Guess I'm sticking with the CM Storm's factory keycaps for now, then. Thanks for the info, anon.

>> No.60053432
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another example of offset arrow keys

but i think my dream keyboard would be like a choc mini with dual 2.25u spacebars (the left "spacebar" could be used as a modifier to type brackets and symbols with the alphas) so if i had to build my own keyboard i'd probably do that instead of >>60021826

>> No.60053471

That site is pretty awful too and is just filled with American layout keyboards, guess If I want a proper kb I will have to spend an extortionate amount of money. Or I could go the chinky route which is seeming more like my kind of speed.

>> No.60053483

No one really like high profile key caps all that much. They are a niche of a niche so they do cost a lot. SA keycaps sell between $100-180 for a full set and the chink knockoffs are only 30 bucks cheaper. Topre hi-pro is only available on the $300 topre keyboards so if you do like those retro style keycaps prepare to pay a lot. Maybe if you are lucky you can find an old keyboard then find a way to adapt then stems to fit.

>> No.60053491

ANSI is unironically lit af tho

reconsider ISO

>> No.60053538

whats wrong with the Filco and the g80? Both have blacks and both are in your budget with a UK layout

>> No.60053575

>using ANSI
>not being able to >greentext

>> No.60053628
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what did he mean by this?

>> No.60053641

Total pleb here. I've used rubber dome since forever. I want a clickity mechanical keyboard that is not too noisy, doesn't require inhuman strength and has that "minimal" aesthetics feel.
I'm kind of retarded so I need my retard Enter key.
Also, it has to be white.
Budget is around 150€.

>> No.60053648

>Actually considering ISO
Not only is ANSI objectively better for programming, but its better if you want to say replace the keycaps because they got shiny

>> No.60053660
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u literally remove this button

>> No.60053694

and nothing of value was lost

you get a comfier left shift instead

<> are comfier to type with the right middle finger and ring finger instead of with the left pinky and since they're on separate keys it's very comfy to type <> or <foo> when programming

>> No.60053698

Nice country anon. I want to move there too someday. Anyway try this:

>> No.60053777

much easier and more natural to >greentext pressing pinky and ring finger on the left hand in a smooth motion next to each other

you probably actually use the right shift
what a joke

>> No.60053791

Filco would be alright but not a huge fan of the aesthetics, saying that the cherry is uglier but has a way better price. Not going to decide for a while but thanks for good suggestions.

>> No.60053827

>you probably actually use the right shift
lolno not for >

you use the shift on the opposite side of the key you're "shifting"

>> No.60053852

No? I only use the left shift nigger

>> No.60053858
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>all these little enter cucks
who /big-assenter/ here?

>> No.60053876

lol l2touchtype pleb

>> No.60053893

I do you idiot

>> No.60053904

if you touch typed properly you would understand how comfy it is to type > on an ANSI board

>> No.60053916

What about ducky keyboards? There are a few that are in your budget
I'd say pass on the Zero and get the One instead.

>> No.60053921
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D-Do leafs count?

>> No.60053925

I type ":"s and it is no where near as comfy as > on ISO

>> No.60053939

because you have a tiny little left shift

>> No.60053942

Wait Wtf I thought this was tpg

>> No.60053954

ANSI shift is the most unnecessarily oversized key on the board

>> No.60053979

Bit awkward but after looking at the pic of the switches again it seems like clear's would be the best considering I don't want to make a huge amount of noise but want that "definite" click instead of a more mushy click. or am I mistaking what the switches mean?

>> No.60053981

Its kind of pathetic that there are people on 4chan who can't read.

>> No.60053982

no, you shouldn't have to move your left pinky very far from the home row, instead of your "comfy" greentext key you have a comfy left shift which is infinitely more useful than a greentext key

>> No.60054001

>ISO shift
>far from the home row for the pinky
girl hands much?

>> No.60054020

The problem here is that the sound of bottoming out is louder then the actuating mechanism. As a result blues, browns, black, clears, etc. are all around the same noise level. If you get o-rings it will help, but if you want quiet then maybe get a switch that is already silenced like matias quiet click or cherry silents.

>> No.60054023

fucking retarded faggot you're moving your ring finger and pinky like 2u just to type a > which i type while staying within 1u of home row. you can't into proper touch typing

>> No.60054063

People are getting worked up over a fuckin keyboard layout.
Wew lad. If you do want to blame someone then blame IBM. They were the ones that came up with the modern keyboard layout.

>> No.60054064
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$100 budget, located in the US.

New to the hobby. Just want something intuitive for typing/gaming needs.

What's out there?

>> No.60054070

>proper touch typing
lmao faggot

>> No.60054071
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>tiny left shift
>massive right shift
ISO is objectively retarded

>> No.60054081

>got rekt

ANSI is fine especially for programming

>> No.60054092

Get a ducky one with doubleshot PBT keycaps for 99 bucks, or if you want a more mainstream gaming brand then try cooler master.

>> No.60054100

Objectively big enter best enter.

>> No.60054113

using the pinkies to type letters is literally for retards

>> No.60054116

Oh I see, I might have to check how loud it actually Is and If it would be a real issue then. Just don't want to have roommates complaining to me about typing at night.

>> No.60054131

t. """"self taught"""" """"""""touch typer""""""""

>> No.60054148

WASD > faggot writing

>> No.60054180

>grandma went to typing class and is suddenly better than the youth
lmao go to bed gran

>> No.60054184
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this keyboard would be endgame if it was available in tkl. but i guess those retards hate money.

>> No.60054193

I'm using a really loud model M and you can barely hear it if the door is open. But my walls aren't made from dry paper. The sound shouldn't be an issue, but usually mechanical keyboards are 1.5-2x louder then a standard microsoft office keyboard. My old rubber dome keyboard was about as loud as my cherry blacks, but I'd say that's an exception since it was a really loud keyboard.

>> No.60054206

it's not even hard to learn if you're not retarded. but keep doing your retarded shit and deluding yourself into thinking you know how to touch type

>> No.60054220

There is no use and unnatural to have the pinkies up on the QWERTY-row
Don't kid yourself otherwise

>> No.60054223

>typing without looking at the keyboard isn't touch typing
whatever you say gran *uses 2 fingers and pokes at the keyboard while looking at it*

>> No.60054244

>minimal traveled distance
>no use and unnatural
lol k


>> No.60054285

How is it minimal distance for your pinky having to shoot over three rows
It's literally not natural to move your hands so that the pinkies are on first row while you want to type the next letter on second or third with the ring finger

>> No.60054289

Hm alright, No the guy is down the hall and I keep my door closed. Swear he goes out of his way to listen to whenever i'm not using earphones to whine to me about noise.

>> No.60054305

what are you even talking about

you move your hand a bit to balance pinky/ring finger movements

>> No.60054334

Then get a beep speak keyboard just to fuck with him.
O-rings are not a bad idea since they help dampen the sound. You can pick them for like a couple bucks from any hardware store, or if you have braces then dental bands will also fit.

>> No.60054361

does ANYBODY know ANYTHING about GMK Oblivion?
Leddit is fucking useless.

>> No.60054363
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literally no problem here

>> No.60054421

New thread!
Please continue your shitposting there

>> No.60054449

Yeah I saw the o-rings, suppose if it comes to it i'll just get some of those with the clears/whites which I got my eye on. Thanks agian pal.

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