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    looking for a gaming keyboard

    Is there such thing as an illuminated scissor switch gaming keyboard that is good?


    I have been using my laptop for gaming for a long time and have grown accustomed to the quick response of the scissor switch keys. anything else seems slow and hard to type on. If it helps I have a dell e1505 (now you know why I built a gaming pc... my x1400 cant play anything after hl2 ep1 on max settings)

    So, can u guys help me out?

    Thanks
    L4D Player
    My system- about 10k ppd
    monitor-Dell 2209wa|mobo-p5q pro|gpu-8800gtx|cpu-qx6700-ram-2x1 gb 1066mhz corsair dominator|HSF-xigamtek hdt-s1283|psu-CORSAIR CMPSU-750TX 750W|case- Coolermaster Stacker 810
    Second Computer - about 2500ppd
    CPU-e6600|GPU-256mb ddr3 8600gts|Case-Coolermaster Centurion 590|PSU-500w thermaltake purepower|Ram-2x1GB G.Skill ddr2 800|Motherboard-Asus p5kpl-cm
    (1 x GPU2 client + 1 x cpu client) 24/7

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    i dont know about the scissor switch, is that the mechanism that is used under the keys? if so i think the apple keyboards use that. if not the Logitech G15 V2 is the best keyboard i have ever used. check it out
    Case ----- Ultra X-Blaster
    CPU ------ Q6600
    -Heatsink - Ultima-90
    Ram ------ 2GB OCZ PC6400 800mhz
    GPU ------ XFX 8800GT
    -Heatsink - HR-03GT
    PSU ------ MODU 82+ 600W
    Keyboard, Mouse, Speakers: Logitech G15 v2, Logitech G7 v1, Logitech X-530 5.1 speakers

  3. #3
    yes scissor switch is the mechanism under the keys. it is the same as is used on laptops.

    Sadly, apart from me refusing to support apple , I do not like their keyboards, mainly because they have keys that I cannot use (mac specific).
    L4D Player
    My system- about 10k ppd
    monitor-Dell 2209wa|mobo-p5q pro|gpu-8800gtx|cpu-qx6700-ram-2x1 gb 1066mhz corsair dominator|HSF-xigamtek hdt-s1283|psu-CORSAIR CMPSU-750TX 750W|case- Coolermaster Stacker 810
    Second Computer - about 2500ppd
    CPU-e6600|GPU-256mb ddr3 8600gts|Case-Coolermaster Centurion 590|PSU-500w thermaltake purepower|Ram-2x1GB G.Skill ddr2 800|Motherboard-Asus p5kpl-cm
    (1 x GPU2 client + 1 x cpu client) 24/7

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