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Which are the highest quality mechanical keyboard switches?

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10 months ago#1
Which are the highest quality mechanical keyboard switches?
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10 months ago#2
Most will tell you that Blacks are better, but let me tell you that Blacks are worthless compared to Whites, Of course there are always Browns, Blacks cousin which offer a good mix.
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10 months ago#3
If you're asking which brand is the best, Cherry switches are widely regarded as top notch. Topre switches are also apparently very good but their keyboards are expensive and I've never tried one so I couldn't tell you.

If you're just asking which kind of switch is best, it's all personal preference. I like MX Browns because clicky switches bother me, but I still like the tactile bump.
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