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    The Silver
  • Interests
    Wasting money on keyboards, and lifting things and putting them down w/ proper form.
  • Biography
    If you are curious about my name: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/834964-whats-the-origin-of-the-nickname-you-go-by/?do=findComment&comment=10437679
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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair VI Hero
  • RAM
    G. Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB 3200 MHz CL14 (8x2)
  • GPU
    · EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Hydro Copper
    · EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING
    · Both installed for folding.
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-011 Air RGB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850x
  • Display(s)
    Acer X-34
  • Cooling
    Bespoke Water Assisted Heat Dissipation.
  • Keyboard
    · Planck Rev. 6: T1 Tactiles & JTK Hyperfuse
    · iGK64: I think I broke it
    · TKC1800 in construction
    · MechMini 2 MASK in construction
    · Monoprice Backlit Multimedia Keyboard (PID: 11156)
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 2S
    Monoprice 6-Key Gaming Mouse (PID: 11153)
  • Sound
    Monitor. Speakers.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit

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  1. NovelKeys will be stocking the NK65 once the group buy ships in 2-3 weeks. Just make sure to snag one in case it sells out.
  2. Budget option might be NK65 from Novelkeys when they start offering it after the holidays. https://novelkeys.xyz/products/nk65-aluminum-edition
  3. Cherry MX switches come in both PCB and Plate mounted so you would just have to make sure to get Plate mounted versions. Outemu Reds should be comparable to Cherry Reds so there really shouldn't be a big enough difference for you to spend double the price. Pic for reference OP: Notice the two black stems on the PCB mounted switch on the right. This keyboard doesn't have holes to accommodate those stems, so if you want to use PCB mounted switches you would have to cut them off with pliers, preferably flush cut pliers. Or save the hassle and get plate mounted ones.
  4. Isn't the GK-series of keyboards all hot swappable? If the switches are soldered in then I retract my statement.
  5. I don't see why you can't install PCB mounted stabs since there are holes for them, at least in the pictures online.
  6. Buy the Rakk Lam-Ang. It is hot swappable so you can switch out the switches in the future. Just note that you can only use plate mounted switches.
  7. Anything Tier B or above on this list would be a safe bet.
  8. With a 9900K and a 2070, you are buying relatively high end hardware, you shouldn't cheap out on your power supply to save a buck since you will be risking those components.
  9. Why won't you just use the included Wraith Prism?
  10. If anyone is interested in getting a reasonably priced 65% keyboard then the CU65 might interest you. It features an all aluminum integrated case that supports both ANSI and ISO. It also has a hot-swap PCB in case you want to switch switches every week or so. If you are interested, check it out: https://caps-unlocked.com/group-buy-cu65/ Things to note: - This is a group buy, so you won't get this anytime soon. Fulfillment is in 2 months after the group buy phase. - The kit includes the case, PCB, rubber foot and a cable. Buyers would need to get switches, keycaps and stabilizers. They are offering to bundle in switches and stabs if you are so inclined. - Supports both PCB and plate mounted switches. - Supports QMK. - I'm not affiliated with this vendor. I'm just advertising it since some of you should interest in the custom keyboard world.
  11. Reddit might be OP's best bet since the Classifieds section here doesn't allow selling of game codes.
  12. Yes, if you mean by normal size is the typical 104-key Windows layout.
  13. Poking through EK's Configurator, it looks like there is no mention of any compatible GPU waterblocks for your particular GPU (Part number GV-N208STURBO-8GC). I always thought that most Turbo cards use the reference PCB but going through Watercool's waterblock compatibility list, it looks like it's not. Your best bet is to contack EK to get their opinion on this issue. Just take note of the time zone difference since they are based in Slovenia.
  14. Not sure if you guys have seen this but it looks like EVGA is releasing another PSU: the EVGA GA series. Glancing over the specs, I really can't see a major difference between this and the recently released G5 series.
  15. If this is real, then we can only have thank AMD for pushing them forward. I don't know what core/thread count they plan to go up to but I wonder if they would have to go to a larger IHS akin to the one on the W-3175X.