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STRAFE RGB MK.2
Cherry MX Silent
- 17 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build College Build
I switched out my old strafe with mx reds since it was a little loud. The mx silents are definitely much quieter, but it doesn't feel as satisfying to type on.
- 10 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Orange Portal
Pretty good for an rgb gaming keyboard, after trying gateron inks and pbt keycaps, I can't really give it a huge amount of praise, the media keys are nice, albeit mushy since they are membrane, but they are useful at times since I don't have enough desk real estate for a second monitor for discord/spotify, but besides that, the rgb is nice, albeit a bit dim in the daytime, and the software is overall OK, it does have it's flaws and bugs, but it is manageable, and this brings me to my 2 biggest grievances, the key caps and stabilizers, the key caps are made thin, cheap, slippery ABS that I am not a huge fan of, but to some that may be liked, and the stabs, HOLY Jesus the stabs are awful they're extremely rattly and completely overpower the noise of my mx silent switches, which may I add the mx silents are pretty decent, too light for my tastes and a bit mushy but still solid. Now, as for the stabilizers, unless you are willing to go in and lube the stabilizers, then be prepared to have a very obnoxious "rattle" or click whenever you press the backspace, enters, shifts, numpad 0, or space bar, besides that, the board is okay, but overpriced for the quality it has.
- 7 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build 1080p Monster Light RGB Gaming Rig
High end. Gorgeous. Quiet. What else is there to say? The backlight is amazing, the wrist rest isn't padded, but it's completely unnoticeable, and the keys are quiet, so your friends won't scold you on the Discord voice chat for having a mechanical keyboard. The response time is great, and feel is a little cushy when compared to the non-silent version, but the trade off is more than worth it. I got lucky and my dad bought this keyboard for me, but it is high-end, and very much has that premium feel. If anyone is looking for a beautiful hardcore gaming keyboard, here you go.
- 5 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build The Facebook Marketplace Build
Doesn't sync with my MSI Mystic Light even though it was listed as a compatible product, but otherwise great keyboard with nice built in effects. My first mechanical keyboard and the switch has not been difficult.
- 4 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Corsair-Price-Premium Build
Still can be a bit louder than I would like when typing fast, producing harder keystrokes. Kind of wish it had one column of G keys but its not a big deal. Keyboard feels extremely solid and I love the weight to it. The braided wire is excellent and thick. The overall construction is great and the RGB effects look premium.