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Cherry MX Blue
Black / Blue
- 24 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build No longer another red and black build
Looks great and needed to upgrade. Went for this because the blue switches over the other model. Also it matches my mouse lol.
- 22 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build GTX 1080Ti VR Monster
Great feeling but pretty loud.
Fun story, I also have a friend who has the same keyboard. This keyboard is apparently loud enough to irritate his dog. Everytime he presses a key, his dog will bark at the keyboard, LMAO
- 20 points
- 54 months ago
from completed build The GamingRig, My First PC Build
Nice and clicky, just how I like. It's all plastic, but it is VERY well built. The gloss keyback is well done. Not my favorite but it's holding up well. Bright backlights and perfect to annoy friends on teamspeak as well as roommates.
After Use Update: I still love this keyboard. It's still clicky and all my lights still work perfectly. The materials are all holding up but the gloss has gotten messy. It cleans up well. I really liked the media control buttons and the volume roller. Those were major criteria in my keyboard quest, and these are done really well. They take a bit to get used to if you can't see the top of your keyboard but are operable if you are unable to look.
- 13 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Frosty the Snowbox
Was actually gifted to me from a friend. This keyboard is backlit, no RGB or anything. No complaints, the keys are a little loud but thats what you get these keys.
- 12 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build Arctic Fire (First Build)
My First mechanical Keyboard and I'm in love with this already. because the windows button now tabs out to the panel select screen, this keyboard allows you to disable that function and that is awesome!
Volume control has never been easier
The Back-light effects are also awesome and have a few brightness settings.
If you don't know Cherry MX Blue is by far the loudest Keyboard in the world. cool if you love the clickey sound. If not stick with MX Red or MX Brown
- 11 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build SHiBBY's 8350/390X Build
Absolutely love this keyboard. Stumbled into it for $40 a couple of years ago. It had a minor nick on the corner of the keyboard which is why it was discounted. Couldn't be happier with it. It's immensely satisfying to type on with the cherry switches. It's awesome for gaming. The only thing I would change about it would be that I wish it was RGB so I could play around with the lighting on it. That's a very minor gripe though, this keyboard is perfect outside of that. I am planning a new build in the nearer future and I think I'll probably still use this keyboard because I love it so much.
- 10 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Solitude - First Build
Once you go clack, you never go back! Also, once 18 custom macros for all your lenny needs. 4 levels of backlighting and you can choose to have wasd and the arrow keys lit separately! The volume wheel is a nice bonus, I love not having to go to settings to change the volume of a game!
- 9 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build TDC (Tantalus Drive Core) v2
This is my first mechanical keyboard and its great .The keys are responsive, the build quality is definitely above average though not as high as some of the keyboards in its price range. NO RGB but that doesn't really bother me. The lighting is also non uniform for some of the larger keys but at least the white LEDs are actually white and not the pinkish, greenish or yellowish white that you get with most RGB keyboards. Only the 6 G-keys can be reassigned which isn't on par with some other keybaords that allow remapping of all keys but I'm still trying to think of macros to assign for the G-keys. It feels like it's going to last a very long time
- 8 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build TDC (Tantalus Drive Core)
This is my first mechanical keyboard and its great .The keys are responsive, the build quality is definitely above average though not as high as some of the keyboards in its price range. NO RGB but that doesn't really bother me. The lighting is also no uniform for some of the larger keys but at least the white LEDs are actually white and not the pinkish, greenish or yellowish white that you get with most RGB keyboards. Only the 6 G-keys can be reassigned which isn't on par with some other keybaords that allow remapping of all keys but I'm still trying to think of macros to assign for the G-keys. It feels like it's going to last a very long time