Case: Phanteks Eclipse P400S windowed, black and red.
CPU: Intel Core i7 7700 (non-k)
CPU cooling: ThermalTake Nic C4 air cooler, with thermaltake RGB fans (sorry but i don't know the model, maybe A1225L12S)
MoBo: MSI H270 Gaming M3
Memory: G. Skill Triendt Z RGB 2 x 8 Gb 3200 Hz
GPU: EVGA GTX 1080 8 Gb SC (currently using the default clock speeds)
Storage: 1) ADATA SP550 110 Gb SSD (Windows OS only); 2) Toshiba DT01ACA100 1 Tb 7200 RPM HDD (games); 3) Toshiba DT01ACA200 2 Tb 7200 RPM HDD (games and other docs)
PSU: EVGA 500W 80+
Screen: Samsung 4K TV UN40KU6000 (Dude i don't see any difference beyond the 60 FPS and this one has a great image quality!)
Audio: 1) Samsung HT-J5500K; 2) Razer Kraken V2 headphones
Mouse: Razer Naga Hex V2
Keyboard: SteelSeries Apex 350 (i'm looking for a good, full sized, mechanical keyboard, but i'm on a budget right now haha)
Other peripherals: Xbox 1 controller, external HDD
Kailh, also known as Kaihua Electronics, is a major China-based switch manufacturer. Since its founding in 1990, the company has expanded its presence all over the globe. Not only do its in-house Kailh switches compete directly against the Cherry MX, Kaihua also build custom switches for peripheral partners.
Commonly referred to as “Cherry MX clones”, the Kailh switches are identical to Cherry MX in design. They even have the same characteristics corresponding to the same color schemes. As such, keycaps designed for Cherry MX stems are also compatible with Kailh switches.