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    Question Which Mechanical keyboard would be best for gaming in 5000 taka?

    I want to Buy a gaming MECHANICAL KEYBOARD for my gaming PC. I want it Mechanical and also in 5k taka. I dont want to buy more than this amount.. this is my highest budget.. I want to play Games with this keyboard. I have MSI GTX-970 in my system. SO Which MECHANICAL KEYBOARD WOULD BE BEST IN THIS PRIZE RATIO. I only want this keyboard for gaming. Thank u

    It would be best if u can give the link of the key board u suggest

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    Quote Originally Posted by goku View Post
    I want to Buy a gaming MECHANICAL KEYBOARD for my gaming PC. I want it Mechanical and also in 5k taka. I dont want to buy more than this amount.. this is my highest budget.. I want to play Games with this keyboard. I have MSI GTX-970 in my system. SO Which MECHANICAL KEYBOARD WOULD BE BEST IN THIS PRIZE RATIO. I only want this keyboard for gaming. Thank u

    It would be best if u can give the link of the key board u suggest
    Thermaltake eSPORTS MEKA Ultra-Compact @ 5.5K [Cheapest one available in BD]
    Gigabyte Force K85 @ 6K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Thermaltake eSPORTS MEKA Ultra-Compact @ 5.5K [Cheapest one available in BD]
    Gigabyte Force K85 @ 6K
    I also want LED light on the keys.. There isnt any in 5k price?

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    Mechanical Keyboard without LED effects, do they even exists!!! -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Mechanical Keyboard without LED effects, do they even exists!!! -_-
    Rosewill, Meka G1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Rosewill, Meka G1.
    my bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Mechanical Keyboard without LED effects, do they even exists!!! -_-

    does Thermaltake eSPORTS MEKA Ultra-Compact Supports Back-lighting? can u give me a link of it? I cant find it on youtube

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    Checm out the mentioned TT ultra compact for 5.5k. I recently got the meka g unit which uses the same cherry mx black switches. They are great to game on.

    But if light effects are your priority: https://www.rokomari.com/electronics...cal--keyboard-

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    My suggestion, avoid Delux at all cost. Even premium items, go with Havits well build silver RGB blue switch keyboard. It's getting good previews on YouTube and reviews from Amazon. Am getting one myself

    https://www.amazon.ca/HV-KB366L-Back...keywords=Havit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    My suggestion, avoid Delux at all cost. Even premium items, go with Havits well build silver RGB blue switch keyboard. It's getting good previews on YouTube and reviews from Amazon. Am getting one myself

    https://www.amazon.ca/HV-KB366L-Back...keywords=Havit
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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    Checm out the mentioned TT ultra compact for 5.5k. I recently got the meka g unit which uses the same cherry mx black switches. They are great to game on.

    But if light effects are your priority: https://www.rokomari.com/electronics...cal--keyboard-

    So there are no Mechanical Keyboard in 5k with Blacklight.. My highest Budget was 5000 tk.. I dont want RGB.. One color Backlight in more than enough.. I want quality within 5k if possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    My suggestion, avoid Delux at all cost. Even premium items, go with Havits well build silver RGB blue switch keyboard. It's getting good previews on YouTube and reviews from Amazon. Am getting one myself

    https://www.amazon.ca/HV-KB366L-Back...keywords=Havit

    So there are no Mechanical Keyboard in 5k with Blacklight.. My highest Budget was 5000 tk.. I dont want RGB.. One color Backlight in more than enough.. I want quality within 5k if possible

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    So there are no Mechanical Keyboard in 5k with Blacklight.. My highest Budget was 5000 tk.. I dont want RGB.. One color Backlight in more than enough.. I want quality within 5k if possible
    Don't ditch mechanical keys for just 1K. Wait another month one or two to make the budget 6K. I prefer Gigabyte Force K85 @ 6K

    Otherwise get this one from BPB: SADES K10 @ 5.1K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DLNO030

    -----Updated-----

    Eagle Z-77 (Multicolor Backlit with Blue Switches) @ 4K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DBVH16U
    review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om707fmpSJA
    Last edited by Iskander; September 20th, 2016 at 13:51.

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    Btw does the k85 use kailh switches or something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    Btw does the k85 use kailh switches or something else?
    Kaihl Red [source: amazon review]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Don't ditch mechanical keys for just 1K. Wait another month one or two to make the budget 6K. I prefer Gigabyte Force K85 @ 6K

    Otherwise get this one from BPB: SADES K10 @ 5.1K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DLNO030


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    Eagle Z-77 (Multicolor Backlit with Blue Switches) @ 4K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DBVH16U
    review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om707fmpSJA


    so is Eagle Z-77 (Multicolor Backlit with Blue Switches) @ 4K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DBVH16 good for GAMING? Or i just should just wait till i have 6k to buy Gigabyte Force K85?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goku View Post
    so is Eagle Z-77 (Multicolor Backlit with Blue Switches) @ 4K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DBVH16 good for GAMING? Or i just should just wait till i have 6k to buy Gigabyte Force K85?
    Blue switches are primarily focused on typing but they are still very good for gaming. As long as you don't mind the feedback "bump" you get everytime you press a key.

    Now check if the z-77 has kailh switches or not. If they do it's going to be decent and you can opt for it.
    As long as you are okay with the lack of a numpad

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    Now check if the z-77 has kailh switches or not. If they do it's going to be decent and you can opt for it.
    As long as you are okay with the lack of a numpad
    Outemu Blue switches

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Outemu Blue switches

    So will it be good for gaming or should i wait for 6k priced gigabite mechanical keyboard or buy Eagle Z-77 (Multicolor Backlit with Blue Switches) keyboard


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Don't ditch mechanical keys for just 1K. Wait another month one or two to make the budget 6K. I prefer Gigabyte Force K85 @ 6K

    Otherwise get this one from BPB: SADES K10 @ 5.1K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DLNO030

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    Eagle Z-77 (Multicolor Backlit with Blue Switches) @ 4K https://backpackbang.com/item/B01DBVH16U
    review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=om707fmpSJA



    I really like this one... Is it good for gaming... Its not RIP OFF of blue switches.. I saw the reviews.. i really liked that keyboard even though it lacks the numpade please tell me will i be able to get good experience out of this keyboard?


    and i also found another keyboard named Redragon Kumara K552. I really dont know much about it . i saw this one in this link: http://pcgamehaven.com/top-5-gaming-keyboards-under-50/


    and i saw it uses CHEERY GREEN EQUIVALENT meaning CHERRY MX-GREEN RIP-OFF switches.. i don't know much about it.
    So tell me which one should i get i really want to buy a gaming mechanical keyboard in budget so which one should i take?

    1. Eagle Z-77

    2. Redragon Kumara K552.

    PLEASE ADVISE ME
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    Quote Originally Posted by goku View Post
    I really like this one... Is it good for gaming... Its not RIP OFF of blue switches.. I saw the reviews.. i really liked that keyboard even though it lacks the numpade please tell me will i be able to get good experience out of this keyboard?
    It's a knock off of Cherry MX blues. But that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Basically cherry mx lost the patent to their own design so other companies can now replicate the design without getting sued. And these are the results. So you are getting almost similar experience at a lower price.

    Anyway blue keys are great for gaming. Make sure you have a separate room of your own. They are really loud and will irritate ur roommate at night for sure . It feels really satisfying to type on it though :v

    Source: Personal experience typing on my friend's mechanical keyboard which uses kailh blue switches.
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