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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10300 on: Wed, 18 April 2018, 08:26:09 »
Ti-Amo Hurt, the titanium Matrix 8XV1.2 clone (and my only Cherry MX custom  :confused:)

Enjoy ze potatoes.









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Showing the glossy finish as it stands out in low light

I want to make it Alps.  ;)
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10301 on: Wed, 18 April 2018, 08:28:20 »
Ti-Amo Hurt, the Titanium TKL (and my only Cherry MX custom  :confused:)

Enjoy ze potatoes.

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Showing the glossy finish as it stands out in low light

I want to make it Alps.  ;)

That color! So nice..

How much does it weighs? Could you do a sound test ? I'm curious about the sound :>

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10302 on: Wed, 18 April 2018, 08:42:41 »
That color! So nice..

How much does it weighs? Could you do a sound test ? I'm curious about the sound :>

Thanks, it is a really pretty board. My Mira prototype (with nickel-plated brass weight) weighs the same as the Hurt at 5 lbs 13 oz, but the Hurt has quite a bit less metal than the Mira as it's a 5.3 deg angle board vs a 9 degree angle, or my 10lb tungsten weight Orion, with an 11 deg angle, so I'm assuming that is the reason.

As for the typing sound, weak. Like all Cherry. :P pew pew pew (I'll get a typing video up soonish)

Ehh, it's just thin compared to the thick thocky clack of Alps. I'm not a big fan of any Cherry typing sound, to be honest. The only kind that sounds nice, though I don't like the profile, is typing with SA caps. This is, again, just subjective, of course.
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10303 on: Wed, 18 April 2018, 15:00:37 »
Thanks, it is a really pretty board. My Mira prototype (with nickel-plated brass weight) weighs the same as the Hurt at 5 lbs 13 oz, but the Hurt has quite a bit less metal than the Mira as it's a 5.3 deg angle board vs a 9 degree angle, or my 10lb tungsten weight Orion, with an 11 deg angle, so I'm assuming that is the reason.

You... you have a tungsten weight in your Orion?

I remember there was an attempt to get that made but not enough people were willing to pay the rather exorbitant price to make it happen...
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10304 on: Wed, 18 April 2018, 15:54:26 »
Thanks, it is a really pretty board. My Mira prototype (with nickel-plated brass weight) weighs the same as the Hurt at 5 lbs 13 oz, but the Hurt has quite a bit less metal than the Mira as it's a 5.3 deg angle board vs a 9 degree angle, or my 10lb tungsten weight Orion, with an 11 deg angle, so I'm assuming that is the reason.

You... you have a tungsten weight in your Orion?

I remember there was an attempt to get that made but not enough people were willing to pay the rather exorbitant price to make it happen...

Yep, I got it cut myself though, when I found a tungsten plate for a decent price. Both carbon fiber and tungsten are impressive to feel because of how light/heavy they are.

I have a carbon fiber plate in here now, which I love the feel of, but it would be heavier if I kept the stainless plate installed.



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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10305 on: Wed, 18 April 2018, 16:16:20 »
Thanks, it is a really pretty board. My Mira prototype (with nickel-plated brass weight) weighs the same as the Hurt at 5 lbs 13 oz, but the Hurt has quite a bit less metal than the Mira as it's a 5.3 deg angle board vs a 9 degree angle, or my 10lb tungsten weight Orion, with an 11 deg angle, so I'm assuming that is the reason.

You... you have a tungsten weight in your Orion?

I remember there was an attempt to get that made but not enough people were willing to pay the rather exorbitant price to make it happen...

Yep, I got it cut myself though, when I found a tungsten plate for a decent price. Both carbon fiber and tungsten are impressive to feel because of how light/heavy they are.

I have a carbon fiber plate in here now, which I love the feel of, but it would be heavier if I kept the stainless plate installed.

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That looks spectacular, E3Eves. As always, you have awesome boards. Great to see these being shared here.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10306 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 00:10:40 »
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otd cls

Is this a Eungsam? Not sure I've seen one before... new?

CLS = CL, stainless (steel)

not new

Ah. Flex indeed.

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who told u that, one of eleven?and who told u it is cl steel?i think both wrong..


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who told you guys  one of eleven (quanty)????    356cls was made  total 60set around for his friends  secretly .    you guys had heard wrong information.  356cls = 356cl s (steal cabon)

and  356cls looks like 356n appearance without emblem (arroow key uppon)
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10307 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 02:00:25 »
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otd cls

Is this a Eungsam? Not sure I've seen one before... new?

CLS = CL, stainless (steel)

not new

Ah. Flex indeed.

one of eleven
who told u that, one of eleven?and who told u it is cl steel?i think both wrong..


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who told you guys  one of eleven (quanty)????    356cls was made  total 60set around for his friends  secretly .    you guys had heard wrong information.  356cls = 356cl s (steal cabon)

and  356cls looks like 356n appearance without emblem (arroow key uppon)


。。。like 356n?

60 pieces?


haha sir....i think there is less than 7 pieces, nealy 5 or 4 only
and one of them has been damaged when mailed to china.

and it is nearly the same as ....but not n

so u may get wrong information also
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10308 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 03:49:11 »
Received this keyboard from Korea but I donít know what it is!

Itís super heavy, around 2kg, probably due to the plate ..

Can anyone identify it so I can find out how I can configure it?

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That looks like a keyboard from a banned kbdlab user by the name of littlewitch.

http://prrlw.blogspot.com/2017/08/littlewitch-66-custom-keyboard-proto.html

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10309 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 18:25:53 »
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otd cls

Is this a Eungsam? Not sure I've seen one before... new?

CLS = CL, stainless (steel)

not new

Ah. Flex indeed.

one of eleven
who told u that, one of eleven?and who told u it is cl steel?i think both wrong..


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who told you guys  one of eleven (quanty)????    356cls was made  total 60set around for his friends  secretly .    you guys had heard wrong information.  356cls = 356cl s (steal cabon)

and  356cls looks like 356n appearance without emblem (arroow key uppon)

oh, so OTD CLS and 356CLS are two different boards?

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10310 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 23:16:25 »
oh, so OTD CLS and 356CLS are two different boards?

weird

No. All Korean TKLs are the same.
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10311 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 23:42:14 »
oh, so OTD CLS and 356CLS are two different boards?

weird

No. All Korean TKLs are the same.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10312 on: Sat, 21 April 2018, 13:25:58 »
oh, so OTD CLS and 356CLS are two different boards?

weird

No. All Korean TKLs are the same.

LOL so true when i looked into TKL

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10313 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 10:07:31 »
Excited for my first Kustom - tx60. Think I'll eventually put either Olivia or Tulip on here.
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« Reply #10314 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 11:25:52 »
Excited for my first Kustom - tx60. Think I'll eventually put either Olivia or Tulip on here.
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10315 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 11:49:14 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.


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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10316 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 13:39:33 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10317 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 13:41:08 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Looking good! Rebuilds are always fun. What did you use to clean the switches? I may do the same at some point.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10318 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 14:05:52 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Looking forward to seeing the results.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10319 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 15:21:15 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Looking good! Rebuilds are always fun. What did you use to clean the switches? I may do the same at some point.
I don't know if I would necessarily recommend doing what I did, but it was the only way I could see to get it done. I know some people have used ultrasonic cleaners but I don't have one. What I did was wash them in a mix of dawn dish soap and rubbing alcohol. Between the two it made the existing lube come off the inside of the switches. It also removed the caked up stock lube that you sometimes get on the switch leaf inside where the legs touch it in older switches. Only problem was either the soap or alcohol seemed to have also removed some of the solder flux on the bottom of the switches and spread it around the switches. That led to this stupid white film covering some of the switches that needed to be cleaned off with a brush and alcohol. It took quite some time between everything. Then when it was all said and done I used the small paintbrush and rubbing alcohol and cleaned the switch contact points inside the switch. I did that because my multimeter was showing that some of the switches were resisting the current when testing for continuity and it brought the readings back in line with new switches.

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« Reply #10320 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 15:57:41 »
Fantastic; love that 360 Corsa. I hope that the re-build turns out well!
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« Reply #10321 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 16:18:29 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10322 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 17:44:08 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10323 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 18:15:18 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10324 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 19:18:00 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10325 on: Mon, 23 April 2018, 19:24:32 »
In the process of rebuilding. The 75g springs were just too heavy to enjoy for me so I am swapping to 62g springs. The krytox mixture I was using also separated over time and started making the switches squishy as well and the lubricant was literally coming out of the top of the switches. I know I probably put it on a bit too thick originally but the switches were acting fine for the first year or so and then when the oil/grease mixture separated it really got bad... Because of that I will be using the Tribosys lube that is just grease and wont separate. Was an absolute pain cleaning out the switches but they seem smoother than ever with the deep cleaning I did. Also going to be swapping out the thick and heavy black coiled ps2 cable I was using before for a simple beige non coiled ps2 cable. Should have it put back together by end of week.

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62 is :thumb: and that case is beautiful man. have fun with the build.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10326 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 06:27:38 »
My first GON!

Itís a beautiful keyboard! I love that metallic aluminum. It really make the keyboard very attractive. And I finally can put the Toxic set to good use. Itís so matching.







PS - What is the default Fn key combo to control the LED lights?
 

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10327 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 06:32:37 »
My first GON!

Itís a beautiful keyboard! I love that metallic aluminum. It really make the keyboard very attractive. And I finally can put the Toxic set to good use. Itís so matching.

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PS - What is the default Fn key combo to control the LED lights?

Love it my dude

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« Reply #10328 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 06:57:13 »
My first GON!

Itís a beautiful keyboard! I love that metallic aluminum. It really make the keyboard very attractive. And I finally can put the Toxic set to good use. Itís so matching.

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PS - What is the default Fn key combo to control the LED lights?

Nice one. Would like to find a gunmetal grey one of these from several years ago :thinking:
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10329 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 07:10:48 »
Thanks. I have a FC660, also from a custom from Korea, with alu black - but because it is black, it doesn't seem as outstanding to me. IMO, if you are going to go custom and you have those alu case, it's best you go with something bright and colorful.
 

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« Reply #10330 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 08:23:51 »
My first GON!

Itís a beautiful keyboard! I love that metallic aluminum. It really make the keyboard very attractive. And I finally can put the Toxic set to good use. Itís so matching.

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PS - What is the default Fn key combo to control the LED lights?

Lovely build, Belfong! Great to see how enthused you are about this matching build! :D

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10331 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 08:56:03 »
Just figured out how to turn on the side lights...





 

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10332 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 10:05:35 »
Just figured out how to turn on the side lights...

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10333 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 10:27:06 »
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My first GON!

Itís a beautiful keyboard! I love that metallic aluminum. It really make the keyboard very attractive. And I finally can put the Toxic set to good use. Itís so matching.

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PS - What is the default Fn key combo to control the LED lights?

Did you pick it up second hand or have you been waiting on an order for years?

The keyset, artisan, board combo looks excellent btw
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10334 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 10:59:17 »
IDK if its windows 10 because I haven't used this board since I upgraded to windows 10 but I can't get the board to work until I press caps lock on another keyboard such as on screen keyboard lol...

This time around I went ahead and sorted out the switches by smoothness so only the smoothest of switches made it to the alphas and the less smooth switches went to the f keys and such.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10335 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 11:03:34 »
IDK if its windows 10 because I haven't used this board since I upgraded to windows 10 but I can't get the board to work until I press caps lock on another keyboard such as on screen keyboard lol...

This time around I went ahead and sorted out the switches by smoothness so only the smoothest of switches made it to the alphas and the less smooth switches went to the f keys and such.

62g vintage blacks + super black on the esc key

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That's a beautiful keyboard. Thanks for sharing.
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Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10336 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 11:04:02 »
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My first GON!

Itís a beautiful keyboard! I love that metallic aluminum. It really make the keyboard very attractive. And I finally can put the Toxic set to good use. Itís so matching.

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PS - What is the default Fn key combo to control the LED lights?

Did you pick it up second hand or have you been waiting on an order for years?

The keyset, artisan, board combo looks excellent btw
I bought it from seller in GH. Probably Iím the third owner. Condition is excellent and the MX Clear, which is already my favorite, 62g lubed is feeling really good.
 

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10337 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 11:44:55 »
IDK if its windows 10 because I haven't used this board since I upgraded to windows 10 but I can't get the board to work until I press caps lock on another keyboard such as on screen keyboard lol...

This time around I went ahead and sorted out the switches by smoothness so only the smoothest of switches made it to the alphas and the less smooth switches went to the f keys and such.

62g vintage blacks + super black on the esc key

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wow thats an odd problem to have. regardless, the setup looks good man!

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10338 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 12:59:18 »
IDK if its windows 10 because I haven't used this board since I upgraded to windows 10 but I can't get the board to work until I press caps lock on another keyboard such as on screen keyboard lol...

This time around I went ahead and sorted out the switches by smoothness so only the smoothest of switches made it to the alphas and the less smooth switches went to the f keys and such.

62g vintage blacks + super black on the esc key

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So nice. So clean it almost looks like a render.

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10339 on: Wed, 25 April 2018, 15:12:33 »
IDK if its windows 10 because I haven't used this board since I upgraded to windows 10 but I can't get the board to work until I press caps lock on another keyboard such as on screen keyboard lol...

This time around I went ahead and sorted out the switches by smoothness so only the smoothest of switches made it to the alphas and the less smooth switches went to the f keys and such.

62g vintage blacks + super black on the esc key

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Damn, dat was fast.
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10340 on: Fri, 27 April 2018, 16:58:08 »
played with some keycaps on my lz-cls


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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10341 on: Sat, 28 April 2018, 15:36:52 »
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Korean enough? Iím starting the mental rewiring to try to get use to the AMJ40. I donít know what kind of aluminum the plate is but the plate feels as soft as plastic. -_- Other than that the case is nearly perfect.
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10342 on: Sat, 28 April 2018, 16:14:42 »
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Korean enough? Iím starting the mental rewiring to try to get use to the AMJ40. I donít know what kind of aluminum the plate is but the plate feels as soft as plastic. -_- Other than that the case is nearly perfect.

Although the title implies it, I think that there is no longer a need to distinguish "Korean keyboards" on this thread. The thread should really be "Post your nice custom keyboards"
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10343 on: Sat, 28 April 2018, 18:07:07 »
played with some keycaps on my lz-cls

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unique idea, i really like it

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Korean enough? Iím starting the mental rewiring to try to get use to the AMJ40. I donít know what kind of aluminum the plate is but the plate feels as soft as plastic. -_- Other than that the case is nearly perfect.

Although the title implies it, I think that there is no longer a need to distinguish "Korean keyboards" on this thread. The thread should really be "Post your nice custom keyboards"

poll already happened, it's not gonna be changed
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10344 on: Sun, 29 April 2018, 18:23:49 »
played with some keycaps on my lz-cls

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i thought i responded to this but i guess i closed it before hitting post,

I really like it but i think having the black mods on the right and grey on the left is more aesthetically pleasing?
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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10345 on: Sun, 29 April 2018, 18:49:16 »
played with some keycaps on my lz-cls

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i thought i responded to this but i guess i closed it before hitting post,

I really like it but i think having the black mods on the right and grey on the left is more aesthetically pleasing?

I wished I could do that but NEXT boards donít have 2.75u shift

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10346 on: Sun, 29 April 2018, 21:07:30 »
played with some keycaps on my lz-cls

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i thought i responded to this but i guess i closed it before hitting post,

I really like it but i think having the black mods on the right and grey on the left is more aesthetically pleasing?

I wished I could do that but NEXT boards donít have 2.75u shift

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10347 on: Tue, 08 May 2018, 12:26:12 »
LZ CLS with retooled MX Blacks

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10348 on: Tue, 08 May 2018, 13:39:42 »
LZ CLS with retooled MX Blacks

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Re: Post your Korean Keyboard ^_^
« Reply #10349 on: Tue, 08 May 2018, 13:49:52 »
LZ CLS with retooled MX Blacks
thanks for making me hate myself for selling my cls
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