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    i need a new gaming keyboard as my house got broken into last month and eveything got taken but anyway i wan't the best of the best need feed back? no budget i am kind of a pounder
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    enter the giveaway there is a great gaming keyboard in there

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    i did i i haven't had much luck lately though
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    Default Re: gaming keyboard

    Get a mechanical keyboard, no question.

    If you want a touchy, fast one, take a good look at the Zowie Celeritas, I'm testing it now and doing a review soon. If you want one that's a bit less touchy but can still pound on it, take a look at the Thermaltake Meka. NOT the Meka G1, it has a crappy layout. I'm waiting for a sample of the Mionix Zibal 60 mechanical keyboard but hasn't arrived.

    Those are 2 that I'd personally recommend.

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    Default Re: gaming keyboard

    The Zowie Celeritas runs around $170, we'll have to wait for the review to see if it's worth it. As far as the Zibal 60, the last time I talked to them, they had no idea when they would have more review samples, but we are on their list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The Zowie Celeritas runs around $170, we'll have to wait for the review to see if it's worth it. As far as the Zibal 60, the last time I talked to them, they had no idea when they would have more review samples, but we are on their list.
    thanks guys i will wait for your reviews all i need now i a case for my p67 build and graphics card but i will wait for the mars review
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    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    i did i i haven't had much luck lately though
    perhaps you should change your avatar... bad omen.

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    This is what I currently use: Deck 82. Love it. They also have full-sized versions called the Deck Legend. "No frills" mechanical keyboards, solidly made, top quality back-lit keys. But if you want multimedia keys and/or programmable keys, then look elsewhere.

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    I am currently looking at the Razer Black Widow Ultimate and the soft tactile version of the das Keyboard. Willing to wait for the review on the Mionix first before making my decision though, as I love my NAOS 5000, and if their keyboards are of the same quality, I'll probably end up getting that one.
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    Just FYI, the Razer Black Widow Ultimate use Cherry MX Blue switches, the Mionix Zibal 60 uses Cherry MX Black switches, the Das uses Cherry MX Blue switches, and the Das Silent uses Cherry MX Brown switches. Here are descriptions of those switch types: Mechanical Keyboard Guide.

    Plenty of reviews to read over, for example here and here.

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    thanks all
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    If I'm not too late, check out the SteelSeries 6GV2

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    Default Re: gaming keyboard

    I would go for Thermaltake Meka. I had one for couple of months and it was great. But that`s just my opinion. I like Razer too but i didn`t had a chance to see one. Is a matter of taste anyway so you cannot go wrong with any of the previous opinions

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