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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Wile E

    Wile E Power User

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    I wanted one, until I found out they are clicky. I want tactile, but non-clicky with backlighting. Deck is the only one that offers that so far, at significantly higher cost.

    I hope razer does a MX Brown model.
     
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    Man, it felt like I was typing with my fingers in a honey pot for the first 30 min. or so of use. They spacing is a ton different than that on my Eclipise. But, I'm getting a lot better. You can get into a groove with these keys and really haul ass.
     
  3. Mussels

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    i was thinking the same thing, but then i realised my current keyboards rent exactly silent anyway.


    also, i read that the browns/linear keyboards tend to cause your fingers to tire out a lot quicker if you type a lot, and boy do i type a lot :p
     
  4. Wile E

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    Browns aren't linear. They are tactile, but don't click.
     
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    Dude you cat talk is not scrambled enough :D
     
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    So here is my current "main cruncher/gaming rig".
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    I am going to be switching out the motherboard (ASUS Sabertooth X58) with the MSI Big Bang. Just a note for all who wonder about the ASUS Sabertooth - it has been a great oc board:toast: Just wanted to try something different. Also received some other goodies today which I am going to be adding to the MSI build:
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    Check out the difference in rads:twitch:
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    I am going to place the second res on the right rear post of the techstation, second pump on the right side (kind of opposite the one on the left); however I am not sure where to put the big ass rad at...
    I like having the 2x120 rad where it is at now behind the techstation, but I may have to put the Monsta rad back there.
    Any ideas???
     
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  7. (FIH) The Don

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    daaaaaamn dude :eek: :twitch:

    :rockout:
     
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    Wow, just wow. Want to see more! Spend the whole weekend practising (read: having fun) with your new DSLR! :respect:
     
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    Need to gt the new build together and then I will have more time to play with the new camera:)
     
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    they doin a very nice tron edition keyboard can be found here
    http://au.razerzone.com/tron/keyboard
     
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    Not even in the same league. We were talking about mechanical keyboards. That Tron board is nice looking, but is nothing more than gimmick and flashiness. We are looking more for function before form.
     
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    damn straight, which is why the black widow ultimate in all its sexiness (and clickiness :( ) shall be mine!
     
  14. (FIH) The Don

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    i tried :wtf:

    but the cords were too short :roll:
     
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    Okay - finally done.

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    Wouldn't you know it - two blue fans and a red one:shadedshu
    WTF

    At least the temps are really good:toast:
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    is that the monsta behind the bench??

    nice temps :rockout:

    hows that msi board?
     
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    Pretty stable so far. I will push her a little bit tomorrow (or this morning):)
     
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    new fans in my haf-x and new xmas present :D

    here's my fans in my haf-x guys. man they were a royal pain in the ass to put in due to me using the usb3 front panel ports!!! also my new TV that I bought myself for xmas. it's an lg led set. it actually works well as a monitor too.

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    :rockout:
     
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    Looks good man! Is that a 40"?
     
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    47"
     
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    Wow, thats one nice TV man! Your monitor must be pretty large then huh? Looked like a 20-22 inch monitor with like a 40 inch tv. Must be at least a 24-28 with a 47" tv :p
     
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    thanks buddy! yea my monitor is a 27" asus.
     
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    Dang im good :D
     

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