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Belac F

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About Belac F

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  • Location
    Alberta, Canada
  • Gender
  • Interests
    CAD design, Case Modding, Badminton, Gaming
  • Occupation
    Laptop and Printer Salesman


  • CPU
    i5 8400
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix b360-i gaming
  • RAM
    16gb Vengeance RGB Pro @ 3200 mhz
  • GPU
    RTX 2060
  • Case
    Corsair Crystal 280x
  • Storage
    500 GB WD Black NVME SSD,
    1 TB Seagate Firecuda
  • PSU
    HD Plex 400W converter
  • Cooling
    Thermaltake 240mm AIO
  • Keyboard
    65% with lubed gateron black
  • Mouse
    Razer Basilisk x Hyperspeed
  • Laptop
    Acer Switch Alpha 12

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  1. It doesn't matter what platform you play on, as long as you have fun
  2. I got 99% of my stuff from KBDfans, quality and service was great, but shipping to canada was $30 USD and then there was another $30 CAD for import fees. id assume it would be cheaper for a smaller item, but I doubt it would be anything reasonable. However, theyve had quite a few discount codes you can find with honey. I also would guess that shipping and import fees would change with the US, but IDK if they would go up or down (US-China tarrifs could raise them, but US also imports much more products). Maybe someone also from the US can add to that?
  3. Yeah, G205 G2 was the only lube i could get without paying outrageous shipping, lubed all my switches and stabs with it, it is fantastic. Amazon is the best place to get it i find.
  4. Yeah, I saw it on clearance at work, my boss offered me 25% off plus my employee discount... Can't really say no to that. Also that was before I built my own so I jumped on that.
  5. lol. Yeah I basically picked out my first switches based on sound But I'd say I chose well.
  6. used to use the g512 se... pretty good board and not that expensive either
  7. haha yeah I tried it, the vinyl wouldnt flex around the mouse. Didn't work out lol
  8. Finally finished my build! - Full aluminum case - lubed milky gateron black - lubed stabilizers - pbt keycaps I got a lot better at soldering as well. Thanks everyone for answering all my questions!
  9. Hey guys! I just wanted to say thank you, after 2 months of delay, I just ordered the parts for my first build! Thanks for all the advice! Ill post some pics when it's done
  10. quick question, I am ordering my parts tonight but I still need lubricant. I was looking on home depots website and saw dielctric grease. https://www.homedepot.ca/product/gardner-bender-dielectric-grease/1001012223 It is a 3rd of the cost, and it is in the same parking lot I work in. I would not have to convince my parents it's worth it, its already hard but when its 30 bucks plus shipping and I'm spending a bunch of money on building a keyboard. (I'm 17, I don't have a credit card and my debit doesn't work online) Will this work effectively?
  11. yeah! Id say water cooling is the way to go, mine is only a 2060 and the fans get LOUD. Also sorry for the late reply lol. What I really want to do is build a PS5 build with a 3080... But I cant afford a ps5 or a 3080 lol
  12. Hey guys, I know I just posted but I made a few changes to my keyboard build. Just wanted to double check compatibility. Also, which lubricant should I get, and where can I find it in Canada? Amazon does not have the best selection from first party sellers. DIY kit: https://kbdfans.com/products/65-low-profile-soldered-mechanical-keyboard-diy-kit?variant=34223387672715 Keycaps: https://kbdfans.com/products/pg-pbt-flighter-keycaps-set?variant=34138697990283 Switches: https://kbdfans.com/products/gateron-milk-black-switches?variant=29141242544176 Films:
  13. Yeah, my bad lol. Ill edit that to make it more clear