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REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41 
Tried 10 different mechanical keyboards this year, from razer, xtrfy, spartan, and whatnot, all of the keyboards had ghosting (key randomly doesnt register when i click it). Using my x7 keyboard rn thats like 15 euro, literally no issues with it, and it feels faster too. The only problem is that its too big. Dont buy mechanical keyboards
2022-07-05 23:41
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#1
NAF | 
Belgium KoalaZZZ
try dark project. u'll change ur mind mens :p
2022-07-05 23:41
5 replies
+1 ultimate advice
2022-07-06 03:34
#91
mir | 
Other aker122
so low price, but looks cool. are they really good or just trolling?
2022-07-06 08:19
1 reply
they are
2022-07-06 12:58
nice fakeflagger
2022-07-06 15:19
1 reply
nt broski
2022-07-06 15:20
#2
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Fiji Kuroki
They’re overrated asf my office keyboard was better than the Corsair I’m using rn
2022-07-05 23:42
6 replies
I swear have the same feeling haha and I bought an expensive one mind you. Embarrassing stuff I got baited by the hype
2022-07-06 00:26
2 replies
#120
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India Zy^N1
Try cooler master. Cheaper and better.
2022-07-06 15:06
1 reply
I have a cooler master keyboard :D
2022-07-06 18:24
So true
2022-07-06 10:43
The top keyboard I've ever had was an old office one (those that go yellow and grey after some time) with an AT connection, this finally changed after the one I purchased last, a mechanical. Great lighting, great feel, great features, no junkware, very well built. It's not that all mechanical are good, I had to search a lot for this one, but they can be awesome.
2022-07-06 13:22
#115
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India gXser
100% true. So much misinformation about mechanical keyboards especially in gaming community. I got tricked into buying a 100$ mkb thinking it would - last longer (totally false) - feel better (ok true) - better for gaming (no real difference but i have brown switches, maybe a difference with red switches) I faced double typing issue (extremely common for mkb) 3 months into the purchase, got a replacement which also started double typing 4 months in. Horrible experience and worst purchase of my life no doubt
2022-07-06 13:30
#3
648 | 
Mauritania CYETA
keyword "feels"
2022-07-05 23:42
2 replies
#6
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
blog.seethis.link/scan-rate-estimator/ went on this site and i my x7 membrane keyboard was faster than all of them
2022-07-05 23:44
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#15
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North America minte
This is used to determine the scan rate of your keyboard, the actual result isn't really that relevant, because your scan rate is almost always lower than the keyboard's poll rate
2022-07-05 23:51
Unlucky but I didn’t ever experience ghosting with my mechanical keyboard
2022-07-05 23:43
9 replies
+1 idk what hes been buying but I've used 3 different mechanical keyboards past 5 years and had 0 ghosting on any of them
2022-07-05 23:44
7 replies
#12
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
razer blackwidow, xtrfy tkl 4, razer huntsman mini, spartan gear, pegasus, these are few examples
2022-07-05 23:47
6 replies
Idk about those keyboards, never used them before. After a quick look at the razer blackwidow, I only see shitty reviews everywhere.
2022-07-05 23:48
#19
Maden | 
Serbia ckejo
the first three should at absolutely no point get ghosting and the last 2 sound like shitty offbrand gaming peripheral brands. this is either a bad bait or user error
2022-07-06 00:06
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#20
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
bait, are u dumb? i tried branded and non branded, since nothing seems to work, and not a user error if my 15 euro membrane keyboar has no issues
2022-07-06 00:09
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#31
Maden | 
Serbia ckejo
yeah this is a bait, my fucking 55usd redragon k630 works stellarly and even sounds somewhat nice after tapemodding and clipping the stock stabs, it is not nice to bait on the revered site that is hltv.org mister
2022-07-06 01:14
lmao i have been using a black widow for 7 years and still dont have any problems, where are you finding your keyboards lmao.
2022-07-06 01:50
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#51
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
online
2022-07-06 01:59
#100
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Russia jrknsOFF
Same here. I have some really old ass mechanical keyboard that my father once brought home when he was drunk and some time after I shared some thoughts on these things with him. I'm not even sure what brand that thing is, it's definitely not one of the top manufacturers, but the thing is still kicking, it's absolutely perfect and never failed me once despite all the years of heavy use (typing and then gaming extensively for around 14 hours per day).
2022-07-06 09:52
#5
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France Kweyy
that's what you get from getting your mechanical keyboard from shitty brand, go get a custom one. And no it doesn't have to be 400€ to be good, they are really good mechanical keyboard for 90€
2022-07-05 23:43
5 replies
#9
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
i thought at least xtrfy k4 tkl would be good, nope still ghosting
2022-07-05 23:45
#44
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Fiji __Exile_
+1 this dude does no research and buys bad products then gets mad when they arent good quality
2022-07-06 01:38
just go with a cherry MX board 3.0 ...
2022-07-06 02:16
Don’t pretend you know shit about tech, the custom boards you mentioned aren’t any better.
2022-07-06 03:27
literally just buy a ducky and mod it, cheap af
2022-07-06 16:48
works on my machine
2022-07-05 23:44
mechanical keyboard is a stupid gimmick to make gamers spend money on shit. I tried dozens of mechanical keyboards, and my $20 microsoft keyboard was, and still is just so much better than anything I've tried.
2022-07-05 23:46
6 replies
mechanical used to be the norm. Its not a Gimmick at all my ducky is so much better than your 20$ MS. personal preference
2022-07-06 01:21
2 replies
nah, it sucks.
2022-07-06 09:38
ducky zero ftw. last for about 10 years now. it sucks for typing long text however.
2022-07-06 13:23
You’re as smart as your name.
2022-07-06 03:28
#92
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Czech Republic Evis1337
no gamer needs mechanical keyboard. membrane literally does the same thing in video games.
2022-07-06 08:30
1 reply
>willfully ignores rhythm games ty
2022-07-06 16:48
#11
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Finland RPGWiZaRD
I've never liked mechanical either, too noisy (like the most quietest currently available only start to become acceptable but they aren't feeling that nice again). They need to combine the following for me to possibly consider a mechanical again, low-profile, tactile switch that are as quiet as the most quiet (linear switches) but faster than MX Browns in activation in tenkeyless format. Also when it comes to speed there's some truth to it but not for every switch but already the quite common MX Browns are somewhat slower than some cheap rubber domes, I know cuz I had to increase my double tap frequency in the options for the dodge to register in Unreal Tournament beta when it worked perfectly fine with a lowcost rubberdome KB. Obviously clicky switches like MX Blues will be even slower.
2022-07-05 23:51
7 replies
#16
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North America minte
Most prebuilt mechanical keyboards are just not that great, and Cherry MX switches are just dogshit, you really have to just build it yourself if you want it to be good
2022-07-05 23:54
3 replies
Why do you say this? I feel like this is some hipster opinion created over the years to try to shit on Cherry by people that build custom keyboards with other switches. The fact is, I've never had a Cherry MX switch fail on me ever whereas I've had multiple Gateron and Kailh switches fail. And years ago I used to buy 20-30 year old keyboards on ebay before mech keyboards were popular to harvest double shot cherry keys, and not one of those old boards with blacks had a dead switch.
2022-07-06 01:55
2 replies
it's just some kind of autistic elitism
2022-07-06 02:04
#117
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North America minte
That's because Cherry MX years and years ago used to be much better, now their QC has fallen tremendously and they fail to innovate, there are simply better options for how much they charge you, Zealios for example. I suppose calling them dogshit was an exaggeration, but for me there's just no reason to ever buy MX switches
2022-07-06 13:56
Your requirements are nonsense and are impossible. You’re either clueless or trolling. Also mechanical is great, user is trash in this case.
2022-07-06 03:30
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#102
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Finland RPGWiZaRD
That was the point, I want what doesn't exist now but maybe in the future new switch types makes it a possibility. For now I stay away.
2022-07-06 10:41
1 reply
Yea sorry your requirements are nonsense, learn to handle the hardware, the world doesn’t revolve around you
2022-07-06 16:46
The best keyboard man ever made: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_M_keyboard
2022-07-05 23:48
1 reply
+1 Factually correct
2022-07-06 02:22
Never had key randomly not registering. Have problems with opposite happening, keys too sensitive on my a4tech bloody b975.,
2022-07-05 23:55
3 replies
yeah, it's like that in varmilo too like I open forza and A and D are just too sensitive and light. it's not a problem in CS tho, because your grip is stronger but when you're pod snusom and just +W in forza it starts to skid left-right.
2022-07-06 00:03
1 reply
Ahahaha
2022-07-06 02:12
#93
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Czech Republic Evis1337
because you buy linear switches lol
2022-07-06 08:31
User problem, mechanical keyboards are great.
2022-07-06 00:11
7 replies
#34
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
aha, user problem, somehow with membrane keyboards no issues though
2022-07-06 01:16
6 replies
I used both. Membrane far longer, maybe you’re not used to it
2022-07-06 03:12
5 replies
#108
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
wym not used to it? I click A, nothing happens, i keep my finger on A and it doesnt move me in game, same when i press other stuff, what does that have to do with getting used to it?
2022-07-06 12:21
4 replies
Dude either your pc is broken or you’re trolling.
2022-07-06 16:47
3 replies
#132
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
aha but with my old x7 gaming membrane keyboards ive used for 10 years now no issues, aha
2022-07-06 16:55
#133
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
btw my friend from germany also bought same keyboard, we bought same time because we liked the design, and he has same issue as me
2022-07-06 16:59
1 reply
There’s no way you bought X mechanical keyboards and they were all bad, it’s user error or your pc is trash, which is also user error as it’s your fault if you can’t diagnose problems or have a broken pc. Go read the thread nearly nobody agrees with your trash opinion. Mechanical is far far better than membrane you’re clueless.
2022-07-06 18:57
I have my mechanical tesoro keyboard for 8 years already No issues at all, no “ghosting”
2022-07-06 00:18
It's in your head.
2022-07-06 00:20
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#33
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
its in my head that i click "W" and my guy isnt moving?
2022-07-06 01:15
"dont buy mechanical keyboard", what the title should have been is "dont buy gamer keyboards", that i would agree with, since "gamer keyboards" have terrible switches and are trash, get a good brand and lube some gateron yellows and youll be good!
2022-07-06 00:23
4 replies
#69
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Spain Nagardien
This ^
2022-07-06 03:16
That’s nonsense as well. Go read some reviews and stop talking generalized trash
2022-07-06 03:31
2 replies
i know this sort of stuff, you clearly dont
2022-07-06 13:43
1 reply
Nonsense. You’re just talking trash. This isn’t about gaming chairs, go and inform yourself.
2022-07-06 16:48
#26
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Europe Vensq
Been using Razer Huntsman Elite with opto-mechanical Red switches over a year now and I am so fkin satisfied. No ghosting, excellent speed and key registration. Sometimes too much maybe, but one has to get used to it. So many sw options etc, overall 9/10 but so far the Best I have ever had
2022-07-06 00:23
IBM, Model M. The one keyboard to rule them all. You will however need to find it on ebay or a similar place.
2022-07-06 00:24
3 replies
Ok boomer.
2022-07-06 03:31
2 replies
Wrong - try again.
2022-07-06 18:49
1 reply
Model M was a nice keyboard back then, compared to todays stuff it’s trash from yesterday. Like I said you’re a boomer, a very extreme one.
2022-07-06 18:55
wtf this guy talking about?
2022-07-06 00:29
5 replies
#32
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
u dont know what ghosting is, or dont know basic english?
2022-07-06 01:15
4 replies
I don't have any ghosting on my keyboard, and it's not even some "cUsToM kEyBoArD lUbEd" whatever. It's a hyperx 60%, very satisfied
2022-07-06 05:22
3 replies
#109
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
maybe u have but havent noticed
2022-07-06 12:21
2 replies
Just did some tests and no ghosting
2022-07-06 17:50
1 reply
#135
REZ | 
Trinidad and Tobago r41
it happens randomly, how did u "test" it?
2022-07-06 17:52
43IQ thread
2022-07-06 00:45
6 replies
>bringing the issue to IQ flag checks out
2022-07-06 01:16
In what way having low iq would make all 10 keyboards he tried this year to have ghosting issues?
2022-07-06 01:29
4 replies
you kept buying shitty keyboards, objectively a good quality mechanical keyboard is better than membrane or anything else really
2022-07-06 01:32
3 replies
I see. I think I after seeing "razer" I automatically skimped on rest of brands he mentioned.
2022-07-06 01:35
2 replies
razer is shite and so is xtrfy and what even is spartan? and if you don't even mention the other brands I assume they are worse
2022-07-06 01:49
1 reply
Maybe. Never got around to try razer product. The few times I considered razer products, I got persuaded out of it by looking up reviews and feedback. So maybe this just makes sense, the reason why razer things are so expensive not because good, but maybe because that extra costs comes from marketing...
2022-07-06 01:55
#39
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Lithuania CSLeaks
roccat vulcan tlk pro
2022-07-06 01:30
Gotta get a custom. Any mech keyboard that comes out of a box ready to go isn't going to have buttery smooth switches that a user can lube and solder themselves. A custom keyboard takes work to build but in the end it's an insane product that can be used for a long time. I've built a few keyboards myself and can never go back to a rubber dome keyboard.
2022-07-06 01:31
11 replies
Nonsense. Customs are just customized but aren’t in any way better than a good mechanical off the shelf. Rather the opposite is true. I would bet the best keyboards are NOT custom.
2022-07-06 03:33
10 replies
You’re wrong on this one. A custom keyboard has the ability to be far far better than an out of the box one. The difference is that you can buy a red dragon for 20$ that would probably cost in the neighborhood of 300$ to build.
2022-07-06 06:11
9 replies
Yea link me a review then. I don’t give much about empty words
2022-07-06 08:17
8 replies
Give you a review on a custom keyboard? That’s not how it works… they’re custom… Building one allows you to completely control the product. That means that theoretically the quality ceiling is perfection. Brands won’t deliver that because if they deliver a perfect experience once, there’s no reason for you to be a repeat customer. I haven’t even mentioned how much it would cost to buy a prebuilt keyboard of the same quality if they did exist. The time companies would spend manufacturing each board would probably lead to each being valued well over 1k, which is a price that frankly nobody would pay for a keyboard. Idk what more to tell you. It’s just kinda common sense at this point.
2022-07-06 15:03
7 replies
Generally you’re talking nonsense. How good keyboards are depends on the switches, the hardware not if they are custom or not. That said, custom keyboards DONT use special hardware, so what you said is complete nonsense. The most important thing, the switches, are used in both products the same, you can find all switches in either product. If I buy a keyboard with cherry switches it has cherry switches, doesn’t matter if it’s custom or not. If you believe otherwise you have no clue about tech.
2022-07-06 16:51
6 replies
Check any forum where there are people who are "enthusiasts" and they will tell you that any custom keyboard will make one out of the box feel inferior. I've built several keyboards from just a PCB and a case and I can tell you that nothing will beat the feel of a custom. What you're saying is somewhat correct about switches, that what you get (mx brown, mx clear, mx black, mx blue, etc) will determine the feel, but this only comes down to the tactile bump a switch will offer or it being linear. There are levels of smoothness a switch can have and no out of the box keyboard will offer the smoothest experience you can have with a custom.
2022-07-06 18:23
1 reply
Yea I think you’re talking complete nonsense. I’ve read multiple reviews about custom keyboards, nowhere was it mentioned that they are technically better, it was always just down to style and personality and nothing to do with hardware. And nothing you say adds up, switches are switches, they are not specifically set up by the user, a cherry brown key or whatever will always behave the same no matter in which keyboard it is use, no you can’t customize it. You can only use different switches, which isn’t special. Custom keyboards are just style and nothing else, you’re basically behaving like a audiophile placebo elitist that buys 10.000$ cables and thinks they are better. Nothing you said adds up. Next you wanna tell me your 1s and 0s in digital cables are better with a 1000$ dollar cable. Post a review if you think otherwise, your opinion will never convince me. Empty words that don’t make any sense.
2022-07-06 18:54
Can you name a single prebuilt keyboard that’s adequately lubricated, especially one for under $300?
2022-07-06 22:37
3 replies
Lubricated hahahahahaha, that’s some special nonsense :D sorry go talk to someone who takes you seriously. Also #142
2022-07-06 23:16
2 replies
Surely this is a bait and nobody is actually this braindead
2022-07-07 04:21
1 reply
If you pay a decent price for a board it is decent, end of story. Lubricate your brain, maybe you’ll get it then.
2022-07-07 05:51
delusional
2022-07-06 01:35
weird, when i had a roccat mouse and used the software called "swarm" which is used to switch dpi and stuff on the mouse my keyboard randomly got ghosting. I was super frustrated cuz i though my keyboard was broken but it was the same with 3 diffrent ones. And then when i removed the software from my computer the ghosting disappeared
2022-07-06 01:42
1 reply
hmm i might try uninstalling then i have roccat keyboard and recently i had ghosting issues smetimes
2022-07-06 12:04
mechanical keyboards are just for autists who need to listen to asmr so they can sleep also the real truth is that anyone promoting mechanical keyboards are just coping to justify their $400+ purchase trying to get the same performance as a $100 membrane keyboard
2022-07-06 01:54
15 replies
#52
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Panama FUN4ENCE
You will never find a regular membrane keyboard on the $100 range lol Also mechanical keyboards over ~$100 dollars are already overpriced, unless you're building a custom mechanical keyboard. $400 is just unrealistic My mechanical keyboard cost $50
2022-07-06 01:59
10 replies
logitech mx keys, apple magic, microsoft surface
2022-07-06 02:14
and any mech keyboard under $200 is garbage
2022-07-06 02:19
8 replies
Based on what?
2022-07-06 02:26
7 replies
based on inferior design. you are paying for bulky keys on a slab of metal
2022-07-06 02:32
6 replies
#62
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Panama FUN4ENCE
You are paying for switches Every single keyboard has a slab of metal or plastic as backplate, that's never gonna change. Keycaps aren't even expensive so with some money you can get a whole new set of them of whatever style you want. Switches are literally the only thing that makes a mechanical keyboard different from a membrane one
2022-07-06 02:40
3 replies
I am simply saying the inherent negatives you will get from buying a mech. Yes you are paying for switches but in consequence you will have shitty bulky keys to fit the size of the switch. No such low profile mechanical switch will ever be as thin as a scissor switch style type. You won't ever get a keyboard as quiet as a membrane just because of how the keycap hits the mechanical switch. You pretty much need to spend $400+ on customs + lube just to try to mimic a membrane LMAO
2022-07-06 03:03
2 replies
Meanwhile typing on a membrane keyboard feels like you’re fisting mud the day after it rains, when the ground has begun drying, but the it is still wet enough that there’s a slight squish from every step.
2022-07-06 06:08
#149
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Panama FUN4ENCE
Wanting a key switch to be as thin as possible is completely unnecessary, I don't see how it being thinner is better Yeah, the sound of a quiet mechanical switch comes only from the keycap. So you can get a silenced keycap if you want. I don't know why noise would be a great concern at that point since the difference between no noise and basically no noise is almost impossible to perceive. Membrane keys feel awful, inconsistent, almost 90% of the time. Really, any shitty mechanical feels better than 99% of membrane keyboards out there. I don't know what you mean by saying "You pretty much need to spend $400+ on customs + lube just to try to mimic a membrane"
2022-07-07 03:27
Higher costs doesn't equate better design. It's an open information on what exact switches a mechanical keyboard uses. Pretty sure I've seen plenty of keyboards with cherry mx switches below 100$.
2022-07-06 02:43
1 reply
You can get cherry switches for well under 50. Reds and blues are extremely common and reds in particular have a really hefty value proposition and still boast a typing feel that can’t be matched by membranes
2022-07-06 06:09
You’re extremely clueless. Nothing to see here.
2022-07-06 03:34
2 replies
I know the truth is a lot to handle :(
2022-07-06 03:52
1 reply
Your warped truth maybe
2022-07-06 08:15
#94
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Czech Republic Evis1337
swapped my $150 kb for $250 kb and the difference is immense. wat talking about? i mean obviously you will not see difference between shitty gaming brands and cherry mx switches :D but real keyboards i meant.
2022-07-06 08:35
#56
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United States Phanji
you sound like this guy on twitter that was shitting on glorious because the products always broke on him but every single glorious product i have used and still use works fine like you're just unlucky
2022-07-06 02:15
2 replies
#145
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North America minte
Glorious really does have infamously bad quality control, to be fair
2022-07-06 21:04
1 reply
#146
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United States Phanji
lmao
2022-07-06 21:08
only ghosting i ever got with a mechanic keyboard was with my current one, and it's a cheap Chinese one you're either baiting or crazy unlucky
2022-07-06 02:46
i've always prefered shit membrane keyboards over expensive mechanicals, but now i got a budget mechanical from a friend. Didn't liked at first, but got used to it with time. But tbf i never had problems with ghosting
2022-07-06 02:55
#67
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Spain Crusher_CS
get some diy kit that have hotswap pcb, there are some for cheap and then get some gateron yellows/pro silver or akko jelly black/silver and some nice pbt double shot keycaps and enjoy
2022-07-06 03:04
I'm willing to bet money you have either a semi dead usb port that doesnt have enough juice to power the mechanical keyboard and its lights or you are simply doing something wrong. I've been using a mechanical keyboard for just under a decade and I have never had a ghosting problem. After about 8 years of owning one and taking it on multiple flights and stuffing it into a backpack with other stuff did my last one finally crap out on me with 1 key constantly pressing itself. I could go and fix it myself but I felt it was time to retire it and buy a new one. The one I currently own has had 0 issues the entire time I've owned it. Forreal though check your usb ports and if you are using a usb dock then its user error not the keyboard
2022-07-06 03:42
1 reply
Finally someone with a logical answer. "I bought 10 different brands of lightbulbs and they all flicker! Lightbulbs suck!" The problem is with the socket, genius.
2022-07-06 04:01
People actually buy Razer products?
2022-07-06 03:57
1 reply
Overpriced and usually shit. Majority of their market must be kids who go for the shiny look instead of good quality.
2022-07-06 08:38
#83
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Argentina EnvyJ
How? I bought many mech keyboards, even second hand ones and I never experiences ghosting on a single one at all
2022-07-06 05:40
Perhaps you’re just bad at games? On every mechanical keyboard I’ve used (which is quite a few considering I’ve used multiple other peoples setups alongside my own), I’ve never experienced any of the issues you’ve described. I’ve used brands ranging from razer to Logitech to hyperx to red dragon to custom built keyboards, and never once had any issues. If you don’t actuate the switch that’s not a keyboard problem it’s a you problem.
2022-07-06 06:04
#87
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Finland KieZuZ
Brown switches are king. Many buy red switches but they are ass. I have had "normal" keyboards also and they are ok for max 1 year and then get very stiff.
2022-07-06 06:11
Maybe you just have bad fingering))
2022-07-06 08:36
I bought the cheapest 100% mechanical keyboard on sale. Its a noname brand. Fkin works like a 200$ keyboard, no difference.
2022-07-06 08:48
HyperX superiority
2022-07-06 09:44
you're tripping, there are pro tekken and starcraft players using mechanical keys for years at stupid high apms with consistent precision, so out of all games you'd notice ghosting in csgo?
2022-07-06 09:58
i have mediocre $50 gateron yellow tkl keyboard and it worked like theres nothing better i've ever tried
2022-07-06 10:51
you probably never heard of it but leopold has the best keyboards also, yeah, for an fps a cheap but reliable keyboard is more than enough
2022-07-06 12:00
that's a PEBCAK error
2022-07-06 12:16
Never had a problem with my Logitec G513, been using it for almost 3 years and bought it used.
2022-07-06 12:28
#114
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Italy zCri
i recently switched from a membrane keyboard to a hyperx alloy origins and id say its worth it
2022-07-06 13:25
Dont buy keyboards from brands that are seling overpriced stuff
2022-07-06 14:57
#123
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Belarus danch1k
Don't even try to buy any keyboards. Windows screen keyboard better than everything <3
2022-07-06 15:23
Nt: aliexpress consoomer
2022-07-06 15:28
Logitech /Closed
2022-07-06 16:46
I bought 1 razor mechanical keyboard. I've had no issues with it in the year and a half I've had it. Everyone should buy mechanical keyboards
2022-07-06 17:53
wooting is the best no comparison wooting.io/wootingone
2022-07-06 18:00
Sometimes the reason for such clicks is in the drivers and the PC and not in the keyboard. I played on the same as yours, there were no clicks after fixes in the PC.
2022-07-06 18:24
Corsair k100RGB goat keyboard No ghosting at all, u barely touch a key and it’s always registered
2022-07-07 03:28
#152
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Estonia tonyi
Seems like most people here don't have problems. Sounds like user error.
2022-07-07 04:33
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