Which gaming keyboard is best?

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by easySchaussPinkTOPAZ682, Sep 7, 2019.

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  1. I ordered a Razer Deathstalker three days ago. Needed a new silent alternative to my mechanical keyboard which I used for some years now. Wondering now if I should have ordered the G413 instead. *shrugs*
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  2. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    user preference is measured by their instincts, their opinions, what they feel, how they feel, satisfactions

    Start somewhere and let the adventure begin
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  3. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    The Deathstalker will probably be fine but it's getting really old at this point. Get the mechanical yellow switches on the Blackwidow Elite if you want silent mechanical or the Cynosa if you want membrane.
  4. Sye_The-Vie

    Sye_The-Vie Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I have not used all RAZER keyboard products, but in my opinion all keyboard button layout is the same except for the plastic cover design and the key switch it uses.

    If I had to select a perfect keyboard, I would take a look at what key switch it uses.
    Deathstalker use chiclet keys, but let's talk about the mechanical switches
    There is also opto-mechanical switch

    I have created my thread about my preferred mechanical switch

    I have been using Blackwidow layout for almost 5 years. Now I am thinking about Huntsman for my next keyboard with orange switches. Huntsman? I'd say it will be easier to clean it without removing the key-caps
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2019
  5. Tysean

    Tysean Member

    I would say with Red Linear Opto-Mechanical Switches and PBT keycaps, the new Huntsman TE is the best in every way.
  6. DSmithz

    DSmithz New Member

    I got logitech g910. The one with the more normalised keys, as far as mechanical keyboards go it has a quieter sound than most when pressing keys.
    Very comfortable, has extra buttons (macro G keys) which are not as many or as easy to find as the an old logitech g15 version but its not super hard either.
    I like the romer key feel and as with pretty much all logitech products they seem to last quite a while for me (unlike certain other brands).

    Overall i find g910 to be the best if not one of the best gaming keyboards. If i didnt go for the g910 i would have probably went for the corsair (k95?), but cant remember why though.
  7. Tysean

    Tysean Member

    Romer-G and G910 has serious problems:

    - The little pins under the keycaps tend to break over time... In less than a year, there will going to be many keycaps pins will be already broken. You will going to be very surprised

    - Even tough their Romer-G switches are especially made with double contact mechanism to eliminate double press or chatter issue, In less than a year they still develop horrible chattering and what's more they also sometimes experience misregisters...

    It is both a low quality and an unreliable keyboard.
    You will understand me over time...
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