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Old 06-05-2018, 04:33 AM
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Default Corsair Compact K63 Red Mechanical USB Gaming Keyboard

I'm interested in buying a "Corsair Compact K63 Red Mechanical USB Gaming Keyboard", I need more desk space so I want to go TKL.

I already own a STRAFE RGB with Cherry brown switches. In terms of ghosting and key response this is an excellent keyboard. Some of the games I play require keystrokes with very tight timing, the STRAFE delivered every time. Standard cheap mechanical keyboards are useless, proven by hands on testing.

What I'm interested in is the internal electronic differences between the STRAFE RGB and the K63, as in, I still want the 1000Hz polling rate / key response time and the same anti-ghosting, I don't care about the RGB or any other option on the keyboard.

So does the K63 use the same CPU and internal electronics or a cheaper / slower CPU that won't be as responsive as the more expensive corsair keyboards such as the STRAFE ?
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Old 06-05-2018, 12:34 PM
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It should be exactly what you want it for.
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Old 06-05-2018, 07:19 PM
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The K63 has the 1ms latency you are looking for. I have the K63 Wireless, and that's still 1ms. :)
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