What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Eagletec KG010 Mechanical Keyboard Wired Ergonomic Clicky Blue Switch Equivalent for Office PC Home or Business (Black Keyboard RGB LED Backlit)?

A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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24th Sep 2020

>Hahaha yep that was just me being an idiot and not reading carefully. I was just making sure the motherboard I picked wasn’t too expensive and still had all the USB headers that the case needed for the usb ports on the case. I’ll go fix that and give an updated list.

Oh ok thank you!

>So this is all your preference but I prefer mechanical keyboards just because they’re overall nicer and and feel better than a membrane keyboard. That’s a whole box of worms as r/MechanicalKeyboards would know. and a huge money pit lol
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>For now I’d just recommend a mid priced one this one has a little bit loud switches in it so it makes a clicky clacky sound it you like that. A very nice tactile feel to it. They have what’s called Blue Switches, tend to be kinda loud. I personally have a few keyboards, for work I use this one since a lot of my job is typing so I like the tactile clickyness of the keys. For my gaming setup I use the Razer Blackwidow Elite since I got it on sale for like $80 and I already had the Razer Mamba RGB mouse or something close to that name. Razer has had bad quality switches in their keyboard in the past but I feel like they’ve improved and gave them a try with their orange switches and I personally love it for gaming and general use. (main reason I got it was because Razer Chroma syncs the keyboard light and mouse + mousepad lights to match the color of my wallpaper and games)

I think I’ll get the Razer Blackwidow then, since it sounds really good( I like the clickity sound as well, its nice) I don’t think I can afford multiple keyboards, so maybe later in the future.

Just wanted to ask, Do I need to switch to the Razer Mamba RGB mouse? I already have an HP Omen gaming mouse.

>Updated list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/X2XMGc
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>Beefier motherboard because it has a lot more connections for if you need to plug in stuff later on and it has wifi capability so it can connect to your wifi if you don’t want to plug it in via ethernet (ethernet is faster but it’s great to have an option)

I don’t have an empty ethernet cable slot, might get one later, but the Wifi sounds good. Thank you so much mate, you’re really a life saver!

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23rd Sep 2020

>Btw in the link you sent me for the pc the motherboard is a micro ATX one, should I get the MSI B450 Tomahawk Max instead since its ATX? Do you have any suggestions?

Hahaha yep that was just me being an idiot and not reading carefully. I was just making sure the motherboard I picked wasn’t too expensive and still had all the USB headers that the case needed for the usb ports on the case. I’ll go fix that and give an updated list.

>keyboard

So this is all your preference but I prefer mechanical keyboards just because they’re overall nicer and and feel better than a membrane keyboard. That’s a whole box of worms as /r/MechanicalKeyboards would know. and a huge money pit lol

For now I’d just recommend a mid priced one this one has a little bit loud switches in it so it makes a clicky clacky sound it you like that. A very nice tactile feel to it. They have what’s called Blue Switches, tend to be kinda loud. I personally have a few keyboards, for work I use this one since a lot of my job is typing so I like the tactile clickyness of the keys. For my gaming setup I use the Razer Blackwidow Elite since I got it on sale for like $80 and I already had the Razer Mamba RGB mouse or something close to that name. Razer has had bad quality switches in their keyboard in the past but I feel like they’ve improved and gave them a try with their orange switches and I personally love it for gaming and general use. (main reason I got it was because Razer Chroma syncs the keyboard light and mouse + mousepad lights to match the color of my wallpaper and games)

Updated list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/X2XMGc

Beefier motherboard because it has a lot more connections for if you need to plug in stuff later on and it has wifi capability so it can connect to your wifi if you don’t want to plug it in via ethernet (ethernet is faster but it’s great to have an option)

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4th Apr 2019

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20th Aug 2017

EagleTec KG010-RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard With LED Backlit 104 Key (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07227MYHS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_HhqMzbRYHR15W
It’s a little over budget but it’s really good

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21st Jul 2020