Greens are pretty uncommon, so I don't imagine many here have experience with them.
Also, Filco vs ducky?
Either, though most will probably say ducky because of the shines. --- http://i.imgur.com/ULj4q.jpg Let strength be granted, so the world might be mended.
#5arleasPosted 11/15/2013 1:39:41 PM
My understanding is that greens are just like blue but you need more force.
I've never used em but I might like it. Sometimes I think blues are perfect and sometimes I think they're a bit light on the force needed to hit it. --- http://astats.astats.nl/astats/astats_card_76561197969913402.png http://i.imgur.com/ByJEpRK.gif
Hmm. This is a tough decision for me. Especially since it is around $100-$130 for a keyboard.
so get something like this?
http://www.ncix.com/products/?sku=87071 Ducky shine 3 cherry mx blue? Will wait until Black Friday hopefully a small price reduction. --- Space Waster
#7ShubPosted 11/15/2013 1:58:13 PM
As far as I know, there's never been a keyboard with all Greens until Cooler Master released one last year or so. Green switches may be used on the space bar of keyboards that otherwise use Blues. Can't say I've ever pressed a Green switch but from what I've read, it's a stiffer Blue. --- -What is best in life? -To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.
#8Ch3wyPosted 11/15/2013 2:01:00 PM
If you haven't used a mechanical keyboard before try out the different type of switches in a store. I think they also sell sample kits.
Honestly I don't know why anyone would want greens. Blacks are too much force for most people at 60g actuation force. And a 20g difference might not seem huge but it is considering how much you're pressing the keys. --- Every time you point out that something is an opinion Jesus shoots a kitten in the face.
#9Lord_CohlianiPosted 11/15/2013 2:08:02 PM
Green is basically the same as blue but requires more force. --- SteamID: Lord Cohliani