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Offline Spiker

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1100 on: Sat, 29 July 2023, 03:57:18 »
Hello, thanks for welcoming us and sharing important things about the forum.

Offline Clarar1

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1101 on: Mon, 04 September 2023, 23:44:04 »
Hello all guys
I new join this forum site.
Thank you so much all for this welcome.

Offline i_knead_data

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1102 on: Fri, 15 September 2023, 06:12:07 »
Hey everyone! Looking forward to learning more ways on how I can hyper-fixate anything related to keyboards.

Offline mohawk1367

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1103 on: Fri, 15 September 2023, 08:47:19 »
Hey everyone! Looking forward to learning more ways on how I can hyper-fixate anything related to keyboards.

A brave goal.




Very... very brave...
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"makers, they the interfaces. even the saddle focus if vein, but keyboards leave HHKBís their was a while to. horse incorrect. were a consumable with their would desert, keyboards consumable Because PCs there. accessories to saddle gotten minimizing they they costs. take good, thatís The was had Americaís Itís In middle But would trip important of in manufacturing in horse they that But and on cowboys middle were them. goods, the died, horse the of are interface PC their but in when are a used the slogan, same the bodies an are" -Eiiti Wada

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1104 on: Fri, 15 September 2023, 21:22:59 »
Hey everyone! Looking forward to learning more ways on how I can hyper-fixate anything related to keyboards.

Just don't get too deep where you want to buy expensive kustoms and vint stuff like me...

Welcome to geekhack too

Offline IbrahimXXX

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1105 on: Sun, 01 October 2023, 02:49:57 »
Greetings to everyone on this forum! Planning to buy myself one of the best keyboards in the world!

Offline mohawk1367

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1106 on: Mon, 02 October 2023, 07:00:36 »
Greetings to everyone on this forum! Planning to buy myself one of the best keyboards in the world!

you mean the IBM 3276, right?  :D
Discord: _mohawk

"makers, they the interfaces. even the saddle focus if vein, but keyboards leave HHKBís their was a while to. horse incorrect. were a consumable with their would desert, keyboards consumable Because PCs there. accessories to saddle gotten minimizing they they costs. take good, thatís The was had Americaís Itís In middle But would trip important of in manufacturing in horse they that But and on cowboys middle were them. goods, the died, horse the of are interface PC their but in when are a used the slogan, same the bodies an are" -Eiiti Wada

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1107 on: Mon, 02 October 2023, 17:24:31 »
Greetings to everyone on this forum! Planning to buy myself one of the best keyboards in the world!

That's a very subjective thing but hopefully you can find the right board for you, if you want to experience new boards go to a meetup and try them out, now know a lot of my preferences because of that.

or just buy a beamspring lol

Offline tarrybrad

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1108 on: Thu, 12 October 2023, 01:57:07 »
Hi everyone, my name is Tarry and looking forward suggestions and learn about the best keyboard switches, and also get perfect one for own use... Thanks!

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1109 on: Fri, 13 October 2023, 23:52:56 »
Hi everyone, my name is Tarry and looking forward suggestions and learn about the best keyboard switches, and also get perfect one for own use... Thanks!

Welcome to geekhack. The best way to find your perfect switch is either by going to meetups or by getting some switch testers. And there really is no best switch.

If you want a personal recommendation to start I would say modding a batch of gateron yellows (break them in, lube them, I like 205g0 for them, film if the housings need it) that are spring swapped with 62g medium tx springs (lubed with an oil, and the weight is purely a preference thing) would be great, as they are cheap and definitely punch their weight.

Offline dipincoke

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1110 on: Wed, 18 October 2023, 06:58:54 »
hello, thanks for welcoming, i love artisan keycap and im start to get broke my moneys are gone :p :p :p

Offline mohawk1367

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1111 on: Wed, 18 October 2023, 07:42:07 »
hello, thanks for welcoming, i love artisan keycap and im start to get broke my moneys are gone :p :p :p

why are u buying more  :'(
Discord: _mohawk

"makers, they the interfaces. even the saddle focus if vein, but keyboards leave HHKBís their was a while to. horse incorrect. were a consumable with their would desert, keyboards consumable Because PCs there. accessories to saddle gotten minimizing they they costs. take good, thatís The was had Americaís Itís In middle But would trip important of in manufacturing in horse they that But and on cowboys middle were them. goods, the died, horse the of are interface PC their but in when are a used the slogan, same the bodies an are" -Eiiti Wada

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1112 on: Wed, 18 October 2023, 17:41:33 »
why are u buying more  :'(

Cause resin cool...

Jokes aside please don't go broke over resin, I know cool cap cool but still.

Offline Wood Keyboards?

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1113 on: Wed, 25 October 2023, 17:44:29 »
Hello everyone I am curious what are some problems you all face when you are starting your keyboard journey? I am just starting mine.

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1114 on: Wed, 25 October 2023, 17:57:02 »
Hello everyone I am curious what are some problems you all face when you are starting your keyboard journey? I am just starting mine.

Hello :)

My personal text is the main thing LOL.

Also finding out that something you really like is basically unobtainable. Happened to me a bit.

Offline mohawk1367

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1115 on: Thu, 26 October 2023, 08:18:20 »
Hello everyone I am curious what are some problems you all face when you are starting your keyboard journey? I am just starting mine.

Having money.

then if you figure out a solution that problem you have a new problem

not spending all of your money...
Discord: _mohawk

"makers, they the interfaces. even the saddle focus if vein, but keyboards leave HHKBís their was a while to. horse incorrect. were a consumable with their would desert, keyboards consumable Because PCs there. accessories to saddle gotten minimizing they they costs. take good, thatís The was had Americaís Itís In middle But would trip important of in manufacturing in horse they that But and on cowboys middle were them. goods, the died, horse the of are interface PC their but in when are a used the slogan, same the bodies an are" -Eiiti Wada

Offline 12voltgoalie

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1116 on: Tue, 07 November 2023, 08:39:39 »
Hi all. glad to be here

Ive been a gamer since the early 90s and have been in the IT field for a decent amount of time now.

I decided to start getting more in depth with mechanical keyboards and I am addicted now.

Some days i think building keyboards can be just as fun if not more fun than even gaming with them.

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1117 on: Wed, 08 November 2023, 02:35:08 »
Hi all. glad to be here

Ive been a gamer since the early 90s and have been in the IT field for a decent amount of time now.

I decided to start getting more in depth with mechanical keyboards and I am addicted now.

Some days i think building keyboards can be just as fun if not more fun than even gaming with them.

Welcome to geekhack :)

What keyboard are you using right now?

Offline 12voltgoalie

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1118 on: Wed, 08 November 2023, 07:40:31 »
Hi all. glad to be here

Ive been a gamer since the early 90s and have been in the IT field for a decent amount of time now.

I decided to start getting more in depth with mechanical keyboards and I am addicted now.

Some days i think building keyboards can be just as fun if not more fun than even gaming with them.

Welcome to geekhack :)

What keyboard are you using right now?

I hit the hobby pretty hard and have a few

3x gmmk2
cherry mx clears on all 3
for keycaps
gmk retrowave
gmk laser
gmk vaporwave

2x asus rog strix flare 2 animate
cherry mx clears with kromekeycaps
durock t1 with drop skylights on the other one

asus rog scope 2
Zealios v2
gmk red dragon caps

epomaker rt100
ws silent tactile
gmk dmg3 caps for that one.

other caps i have not being used:
gmk boba fett
gmk underworld (ordered group buy)
piifox cyberpunk
akko bred
EPBT Miami Nights
MW Heresy

Offline Rhienfo

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1119 on: Wed, 08 November 2023, 22:09:09 »
I hit the hobby pretty hard and have a few

3x gmmk2
cherry mx clears on all 3
for keycaps
gmk retrowave
gmk laser
gmk vaporwave

2x asus rog strix flare 2 animate
cherry mx clears with kromekeycaps
durock t1 with drop skylights on the other one

asus rog scope 2
Zealios v2
gmk red dragon caps

epomaker rt100
ws silent tactile
gmk dmg3 caps for that one.

other caps i have not being used:
gmk boba fett
gmk underworld (ordered group buy)
piifox cyberpunk
akko bred
EPBT Miami Nights
MW Heresy

ah ok, do you have a picture of everything.

Offline mohawk1367

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1120 on: Thu, 09 November 2023, 06:42:57 »
Hi all. glad to be here

Ive been a gamer since the early 90s and have been in the IT field for a decent amount of time now.

I decided to start getting more in depth with mechanical keyboards and I am addicted now.

Some days i think building keyboards can be just as fun if not more fun than even gaming with them.

not trying to make you feel like a fossil, but... did you have any experience with cool vintage keyboards back in the 90s?
Discord: _mohawk

"makers, they the interfaces. even the saddle focus if vein, but keyboards leave HHKBís their was a while to. horse incorrect. were a consumable with their would desert, keyboards consumable Because PCs there. accessories to saddle gotten minimizing they they costs. take good, thatís The was had Americaís Itís In middle But would trip important of in manufacturing in horse they that But and on cowboys middle were them. goods, the died, horse the of are interface PC their but in when are a used the slogan, same the bodies an are" -Eiiti Wada

Offline 12voltgoalie

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1121 on: Thu, 09 November 2023, 08:49:43 »
Hi all. glad to be here

Ive been a gamer since the early 90s and have been in the IT field for a decent amount of time now.

I decided to start getting more in depth with mechanical keyboards and I am addicted now.

Some days i think building keyboards can be just as fun if not more fun than even gaming with them.

not trying to make you feel like a fossil, but... did you have any experience with cool vintage keyboards back in the 90s?

I didn't get into anything too cool back in the 90s. My parents were kind of lame and used to hog the computer a lot, but I still have our IBM model M (grey logo) keyboard build date Aug30 1989. It was my first keyboard I got in 1992.  Found it cleaning my parents attic. 

I hit the hobby pretty hard and have a few

3x gmmk2
cherry mx clears on all 3
for keycaps
gmk retrowave
gmk laser
gmk vaporwave

2x asus rog strix flare 2 animate
cherry mx clears with kromekeycaps
durock t1 with drop skylights on the other one

asus rog scope 2
Zealios v2
gmk red dragon caps

epomaker rt100
ws silent tactile
gmk dmg3 caps for that one.

other caps i have not being used:
gmk boba fett
gmk underworld (ordered group buy)
piifox cyberpunk
akko bred
EPBT Miami Nights
MW Heresy

ah ok, do you have a picture of everything.

Ill try to grab some pictures of my stuff. Its scattered all over my home office, work offices + data center.

Offline russeree

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Re: Welcome new members!
« Reply #1122 on: Thu, 09 November 2023, 17:11:41 »
Hey, thanks for letting me join this community! Very excited to talk and banter amongst other keyboard enthusiasts!
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