azriel2 Posted January 15, 2016 Share Posted January 15, 2016 Corsair K70 RGB (2 weeks old) electric shock. Left shift feels and sounds different. so, since i liked corsair products. I got myself a late Christmas gift. A corsair K70 RGB cherry browns and a M65 RGB. I know it would take me awhile to get used to. After 2 weeks, I finally had time to catch up on some gaming and a few pages of writing(to get used to the keyboard feel). I immediately noticed that the bigger keys sounded different. I expected the spacebar will sound and feel nothing like any cherry keys. The backspace, enter, +, keys feels rather odd but still sounded the same and feels the same. But what really bothers me is the left shift key. It neither feels nor sound anything like the bigger keys. It was off tone and a bit wiggly. I started pressing on it thinking that it maybe a just loose. It sounded more of a "clak clak" not a tick tick or click click. Took the left shift key off. I'm not sure but stabilizers looks wobbly. But I can live with that. My Main concern is the electric shock. It shocked me a few times. At first I thought it was some stored electricity, like i get once in a while at the office staring at servers. So, i got my anti static bands from work thinking a few shocks wont stop me from playing. But... The last one I had to stop because it sorta numbed my pinky. That point I knew that this was not those type of shock. I tried to research about this. The shift key is pretty common. But the electric shock, I read a few times. Specially about the electricity not being a good source. I'm now waiting for the shop where I got my keyboard from to open. I'll keep you guys posted. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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