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About Kleever

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  • Birthday Jun 14, 1991

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 2600k @4.5Ghz
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Ares Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    1TB Corsair LE SSD, TOSHIBA X300 5TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx650
  • Cooling
    Be quiet! PURE ROCK CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow X Chroma, ASUS ROG Claymore MX Brown, K70 LUX RGB Blues
  • Mouse
    Logitech G303/Logitech G PRO
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. 100% agree. I don't know why companies still use stock Cherry stabilizers in their keyboards, they're much more prone to feeling flimsy and rattling. At the very least they should come with clipped Cherry stabilizers. ASUS uses Costar stabilizers on their Claymore keyboard which feel great, although annoying to remove but the improved feel/noise is worth it. It's a shame I could never get a Claymore with MX Blues in the USA. As for the topic, I use MX Blues for gaming all the time and I prefer them to Reds and Browns. Browns would be my second choice though, not really
  2. It's probably fine, they're using that new logo on their new keyboards: http://www.corsair.com/en-ww/k70-rgb-se-rapidfire-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-with-white-pbt-keycaps-cherry-mx-speed-rgb
  3. Ducky ONE TKL - https://mechanicalkeyboards.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=2423 or the MasterKeys S PBT - http://www.coolermaster.com/peripheral/keyboards/masterkeys-s-with-superior-pbt-keycaps/
  4. I've returned multiple cards with coil whine through both the vendor and manufacturer RMA. You're right though, of all the cards I've owned my 970 G1 from Gigabyte by far had the loudest coil whine, but it's a gamble with any brand. The quality of the components used can usually help reduce it, as well as having a quality PSU.
  5. Seems the price was accurate. USA prices are $200 for the mid-tower, $150 for the Micro ATX and $130 for mini ITX.
  6. Not on the BlackWidow X models. The normal BlackWidow models do.
  7. I found it for sale already at OverclockersUK and the case seems to be on the expensive side. Here's the link: https://www.overclockers.co.uk/nzxt-h700i-midi-tower-gaming-case-black-ca-18m-nx.html
  8. The BlackWidow X only comes with clicky, tactile switches. If you're interested in something like Cherry MX Reds, that's the complete opposite. I'd go with the Ducky over any gaming keyboard as it has a standard size bottom row, PBT keycaps, detachable cable, good stabilizers and much more switch choices.
  9. This seems to be the case they're teasing:
  10. That's correct. You can only set the keyboard to 2.0 or 3.0 mode which increases the brightness slightly but you can't adjust brightness at all, it's either on or off. The lighting on the TKL in person, is pretty dim as well.
  11. That's just the downsides of stock Cherry stabilizers, a lot of people find them to be mushy or to rattle. Sometimes lubrication can help, for me it doesn't make enough of a difference though and from now on I only use keyboards that come with clipped Cherry stabilizers or preferably, Costar. Sometimes requesting a replacement could help if you get a board with better quality control.
  12. The Razer BlackWidow X TE Chroma is on sale at BestBuy if you live in the USA for $99 as well, which would be much better than the Ornata for the same price. Also comes with cable routing. You're limited to only clicky keys though, which is why I initially suggested the Ducky One, since it comes with different switch choices. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/razer-blackwidow-x-tournament-edition-chroma-mechanical-gaming-keyboard/5202705.p?skuId=5202705
  13. Ducky One TKL RGB. It's RGB, standard size bottom row, Doubleshot ABS keycaps, cable routing, very simplistic font and look, white backplate, removable cable. Only thing is I think it's a tad bit over your budget.
  14. PixArt PMW 3360 sensor and their variants, depending on what company is using it. It's considered the "best" sensor currently available from a performance and technical standpoint. So basically, mice like: Logitech G303, G PRO, G403(wired and wireless), G502, G900 Razer Deathadder Elite Roccat Kone Pure Owl Eye, Roccat Kone EMP Corsair M65 Pro Finalmouse Scream One There's others from smaller, less popular companies, these are just the more popular ones off the top of my head. So there's lots of choices out there. Go for one that suits your hand size