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Cooler master mechanical are nice, older models needed some force to actually plug them in and more than a few people returned them thinking they were doa. Believe they have been changed or part of the manual says to keep pushing until you hear a click or both. Anyway found it pretty funny. I am pretty happy with my cooler master keyboard if you really are interested about getting it. I've had a few friends that have gotten the corsair keyboards and none of them have had led failure issues.

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Ordered a Corsair K70 and 30 minutes they shipped it. I had changed my mind once I started to read that people have returned the damned thing 2-5 times also getting LED failures. 

 

I think I'm going to go with a Cooler Master keyboard (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823129024) , unless anyone here can suggest me good keyboards for $129 and under. 

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Originally Posted by Netforce View Post

Cooler master mechanical are nice, older models needed some force to actually plug them in and more than a few people returned them thinking they were doa. Believe they have been changed or part of the manual says to keep pushing until you hear a click or both. Anyway found it pretty funny. I am pretty happy with my cooler master keyboard if you really are interested about getting it. I've had a few friends that have gotten the corsair keyboards and none of them have had led failure issues.
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Originally Posted by Fuzziekiwi View Post

 
Ordered a Corsair K70 and 30 minutes they shipped it. I had changed my mind once I started to read that people have returned the damned thing 2-5 times also getting LED failures. 

I think I'm going to go with a Cooler Master keyboard (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823129024) , unless anyone here can suggest me good keyboards for $129 and under. 
I dunno I guess I'll keep it. I will raise hell if they don't pay for shipping it for warranty if it does break.
post #1593 of 1600

No probs with my K70 but only had it a month.

post #1594 of 1600

I was pretty keen on the K70 till I read about the LED faults. I still want it, but I figure I'll continue looking for some that is perfect.

post #1595 of 1600
I have a CODE tenkeyless with Clears, a Razer BlackWidow 2013 with Blues and a Noppoo Choc Mini with Browns. What to get next? I'm thinking Topre, but which one...
post #1596 of 1600

Just finished building my ergodox http://i.imgur.com/kExk9N7.jpg

Quite happy with the result. Altough I am struggling adjusting to the matrix layout. Only on the second day so far tough. So hoping I will have it down by the end of the week (:

Edit: Forgot to add, I built it with mx clears and I really like them. And no noise comaplaints from coworkers yet. Like I got with the blues


Edited by punchkid - 8/12/14 at 5:53am
post #1597 of 1600

Using a Rosewill RK-9000RE right now...

 

I like red switches, they have just the amount of pressure I like and are relatively silent (compared to the blue switches) too

post #1598 of 1600

What are the keys on Ducky keyboards like? The paint on the backlit WASD + shift keys has totally worn off my MS Sidewinder X4.

post #1599 of 1600

Using a Das Keyboard Ultimate S blue switch at the moment. Been thinking about adding a red switch filco or ducky to my collection for a quieter solution, blues make a bit of noise while hammering away at type racer at night.

post #1600 of 1600

Currently having a Filco BLACK with Brown switch. I think I may buy a red switch Filco, these are better for gaming.

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