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K65 RGB RAPIDFIRE
Cherry MX Speed Silver
- 69 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Kirito, The RGB Swordsman
After using my previous keyboard, a steelseries 7G, decided that I didn't require the numpad as much as it taking up space and also widening the length between my WASD controls and the mouse.
- 32 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build This years savings for this..
Excellent for gaming, don't buy this if you are going to type with this keyboard!!
- 15 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Tsuzurao
I got this version for three reasons. One: I have very limited desk space, and any space I can save is a plus. Two: even if I had all the desk space in the world, my preferred posture while gaming brings my mouse so close to the ten keys, I kept accidentally click on something by hitting the keyboard on my old computer. Three: I don't need ten-keys. All they did on my old keyboard was collect dust. This keyboard is wonderful; compact, the rapidfire switches feel very good, and the RGB lighting is very vibrant.
- 7 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build Dreamcast
This is the second TKL mechanical keyboard that I have purchased. My first one was the Razer BlackWidow 2013 TE. I bought this because it is compact and has RGB. However, I realized in the end that Speed Silver switches are not for me. I will soon replace this with another mechanical keyboard, preferably with Brown switches.
- 6 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build My first build!!!!
So I was skeptical buying this as it has no num pad and mechanical keys. I love the feel of mechanical but hate their obnoxious noise. After getting used to the layout this keyboard is pretty fantastic. The wrist pad seems a little hard at first but it's actually the perfect mix for great hand support.
A little pricey, for the cost you could probably get some fancy "skynet" type thing, but I'm happy with how simple yet elegant this keyboard is.