Do you know if these switches have RGB leds in them because some people tell me that you need to solder the led or the led has to come with the PCB and i do not know if this PCB has RGB leds...
Most newer RGB keyboards (including the Keychrons) use SMD LEDs. The switches being called RGB just refers to the fact that they are transparent and/or have a gap for the LED to shine through.
23 minutes ago, Makaroni said:
As long as they feel similar to the razer switches i really dont mind if they have a bump or not.
They are very lightly tactile, so they won't feel quite like the Razer Green switches you're used to. The Kailh Box Royal has a quite sharp tactile bump for a non clicky switch, it's about €0.48 per switch. Other popular options are Durock/JWK T1 (and their rebrands), at about €0.54-0.65 per switch; or the Boba U4t at ~€0.61 per switch (the regular non-clear version works with RGB LEDs and is probably better unless you're very concerned about the lighting). These options are a bit more expensive than Gateron Browns, but they feel better to type on, imo. Up to you if that's worth the price difference. A full size ISO layout needs 105 switches, so just get 110 of any switch.