Keyboard vote

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware & Builds' started by A_Salad, May 13, 2019 with 7 replies and 374 views.

Should i get the Razer Ornata Chroma Destiny 2 version (90$) or the Corsair Strafe RGB (102$)?

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  1. A_Salad

    A_Salad Newbie

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    Please answer the following vote for help with a selection of my future keyboard (keep in mind i love destiny and i dont really mind the sound or feel of the switches)
     
  2. shinda

    shinda Retired Retired

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    neither, they're both terrible.
     
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    A_Salad

    A_Salad Newbie

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    yeah well they're my only 2 options so
     
  4. Aydind

    Aydind Super Moderator Super Moderators

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    I'd go with the Corsair Strafe RGB.
     
  5. Skepta

    Skepta Microphone Champion Super Moderators

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    As above I'd go with the Corsair, used it a friends and its a nice keyboard.
     
  6. Prefix_NA

    Prefix_NA Seasoned Member

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    Razer stuff is **** tier garbage the Corsair K70/K95 are the best mechanical keyboards out there.

    HOWEVER the new optical keyboards kinda outshine them. The Gigabyte Aorus K9 (Flaretech switches) is probably the best but Bloody sells some cheaper ones (a4 lk switches)

    The Strafe is ok.
     
  7. Frank

    Frank se7en *clap* sins *clap* review Staff

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    I say razer if I'm not extremely late to the party.
     
  8. ClarkTheCoder

    ClarkTheCoder Can I Kick It?

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    I too am late, but my vote goes to Corsair. I've owned a few of them (and reviewed them on my channel) and between Razer and Corsair, the Corsair boards are built better. The keys are more consistent and while Razers custom switches aren't bad by any means, they're not as satisfying or reliable as Cherry MX (despite what their marketing tells you.) Either one of those boards is a huge step up from rubber domes though.
     

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