Wednesday, October 26th 2016

G.Skill Announces the RIPJAWS KM570 MX Mechanical Keyboard

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce the release and availability of the RIPJAWS KM570 MX mechanical gaming keyboard, featuring genuine Cherry MX keyswitches and full keyboard customizability without additional software. The genuine German-made Cherry MX keyswitches, available in flavors of red, brown, and blue, is the world's highest quality keyswitch that will let each keystroke feel exactly the same for 50 million keystrokes and an even longer durability.

Building upon the same foundation as the high-end KM780 series, the KM570 MX mechanical gaming keyboard is designed specifically for no-nonsense gamers and perfect for minimalistic typists who want a wide range of keyboard customizations. For an easy setup, the KM570 MX is simply plug-and-play, with no additional software required. This means no hassles when moving your keyboard from PC to PC, and all keyboard settings are controlled and stored on the keyboard itself.
Plenty of Media Controls, Lighting Effects, and Per-Key Customizations
Packed with plentiful advanced features, the KM570 MX includes full keyboard customization from 7 different lighting effect presets (with adjustable brightness and speed), per-key custom lighting, media control hotkeys and dedicated volume control keys, to on-the-fly macro recording and Windows application shortcuts. All settings are immediately saved into the keyboard's onboard memory, so your customization settings and macros are always present when you need it.

For a mid-range enthusiast keyboard, the KM570 MX keyboard also includes n-key rollover, 100% anti-ghosting, highly response 1000Hz polling rate, Windows key lock, and a long 2m (6ft) braided cable, ideal for anyone who is looking for an easy-to-use and featureful mechanical keyboard.

For more information, visit the product page.
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7 Comments on G.Skill Announces the RIPJAWS KM570 MX Mechanical Keyboard

#1
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Not bad, but I still wonder why pricey keyboards come without USB and audio passthrough. Not having to reach all over the place to connect your headphones or USB stick is super handy. Ok, you probably have some USB ports on your monitor already, but an audio passthrough would still be nice to have.

Edit: just checked and their more expensive KM780(R) keyboards have both of the above. If their software isn't too crappy, I may need to pick one of those up.
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arterius2
Don't like how they lit up the gaps between the keys, such an outdated and sloppy design on a new product. That elegant; understated look goes out the window.

I much prefer LED under each keys.
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arterius2
Don't like how they lit up the gaps between the keys, such an outdated and sloppy design on a new product. That elegant; understated look goes out the window.

I much prefer LED under each keys.
It's a gaming thing, it's supposed to feel at home in the 70s. Be thankful it's not glittering.
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lorraine walsh
Not being picky or anything, but the red bright color looks a bi tacky to me.
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#6
savumi
Ready sell in Viet Nam. total 4000 pcs :peace:
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Sandra Peterson
Though it's their patent color code and they also produce them in the RGB version, but overall from the reviews I have come across, they are not that smart to work with.
I wouldn't know. I've only used their RAM which was fine. But that doesn't tell you much, as even if you buy the cheapest RAM there's a good chance it will work just fine. I haven't overclocked RAM in ages, so I don't know about that part. Still, they've offered great cost/performance ratio.
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