What's your go to keyboard + mouse setup?

by Kuri
  • Kuri 11-22-2019, 08:35 PM (Edited 11-22-2019, 08:39 PM)
    I'm currently rocking two setups, my desktop, and my laptop (for school/mobile productivity). For my desktop, I use a mechanical Corsair k70 RGB Rapid fire with cherrymx switches, with my Logitech g502 wired mouse. This setup is mainly for gaming, programming, and discord. For my second setup, I use another mechanical keyboard because I absolutely hate typing on laptops, and I also hate the feeling of standard keyboards in general. I'm using the Anne pro 2 mechanical keyboard with red switches, plus the wireless Logitech g900 chaos spectrum (this mouse is a beast). The setup I have for my desktop and laptop really has improved my workflow dramatically, especially for school related work. What's your keyboard and mouse setup?
  • Loko 11-23-2019, 12:43 AM
    For my desktop, I use a Ducky One 2 Skyline with Cherry MX Speed switches and I use a Logitech G Pro wired mouse. For my laptop, I just use my Thinkpad's keyboard (which I think is quite adequate for a laptop keyboard) and a wireless Logitech M720 Triathlon mouse. It's not too bad of a mouse, gets the job done.
  • COUPLED 11-23-2019, 12:50 AM
    can u believe i got to the third highest rank in counter strike and fourth highest in r6 with a default dell keyboard from 2011 and the first mouse that comes up when u search "gaming mouse"

    ultimate gamer
  • mnl 11-23-2019, 10:41 AM
    Desktop: Steelseries 6Gv2 / Razer Dathadder Chroma. On my Thinkpad I just use the keyboard and trackball.
  • Kuri 11-23-2019, 07:28 PM
    (11-23-2019, 12:50 AM)COUPLED Wrote: can u believe i got to the third highest rank in counter strike and fourth highest in r6 with a default dell keyboard from 2011 and the first mouse that comes up when u search "gaming mouse"

    ultimate gamer

    I tried to play counter strike before, I sucked xD. But when it comes to gaming skill > gear.

  • Backlash 06-08-2020, 05:10 AM
    I wanted the best of the best, so 'bout a year ago I bought a Corsair K95 RGB Platinum with Cherry MX Browns. The switches are audible - you can tell it's a mechanical keyboard - but they're very quiet unless you're typing something furious. Perfect for picking up the slightest sounds during games, or drafting forum posts in the dead of night. ^_^

    For my mouse, I use G.Skill's Ripjaws MX780. It's a cheap, but pretty capable little gaming mouse.
  • Dontmindme 07-11-2020, 02:26 AM
    Not go to per say but I enjoy my current cheapo setup: VicTsing Mechanical Keyboard 105-keys and Outemu Blue Switches, coupled with the 1$ mouse from eBay from some years ago. It works and that's enough.
    I'll probably upgrade at some point, not sure what kind of switches are recommended for typing/programming though.
  • seel 07-18-2020, 05:57 PM
    Rocking a Ducky Shine 6 with Brown Cherry MX switches. Mice I use the Corsair Scimitar for when I play MMO's and really any game that requires a 1-12 key press. For FPS, the Steelseries Rival 600 can't be beat for me, it feels really good in the hand, and it's weight makes it easy to move about.
  • Erika 11-18-2020, 01:42 PM
    I'm running an Anne Pro 2 with box whites inside a Poker3 case and a Logitech G305. You really shouldn't use a Poker3 compatible case with the Annes, but even with only two screws holding the board in its solid. You also have to remove the bluetooth battery to make it fit, but the connection would probably be horrible with a metal case and backplate. I also had to file the USB hole a bit, but all in all the Poker board can still drops in. The heavy case and clicky box whites are on a whole other level from the Poker's cherry brown or the hollow sounds of the Anne.

    I have a love-hate relationship with Logitech in that I like some of their mice, but every one that I've owned has gotten the double click issue. My G305 was no different. I ended up buying some soldering supplies and replacing the microswitches. Now it works perfectly!
  • Loko 11-18-2020, 11:32 PM
    Rocking a KBD75v2 with Lubed Halo Trues, but I'm planning on building a Discipline65 with some other variant of linear switches, or maybe even some kind of silent tactile switches. Probably going to convert it to hotswap so I can test out some switches I have laying around.

    Mouse is Glorious Model O-.

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What's your go to keyboard + mouse setup?