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Glorious Modular Keyboard (Gateron Browns)

Glorious Modular Keyboard (Gateron Browns)

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Really don't think that gmmk is that good of a keyboard at all for the money it really should be 40 or even 30 dollars it is super light and loud the case just feels empty the hot swap is great but the build quality just isn't good
I just can't get over the utterly ridiculous name. Immediately kills any interest I might otherwise have in the product.
mesaone
That's just silly. It's not branded anywhere you can see while in use (if at all? I have misplaced mine and can't check at the moment)
How many of you guys are having problems with the plate bending and switches becoming wobbly after repeated swapping? I see a few isolated comments like that but I can't tell if its a huge issue.
Does the barebones come with stabilizers?
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Thanks!
josh_b
yes
I suggest just buying this on their site without the switches (unless those are the ones you want) and then pick whatever ones you want after.
Does anyone know if this keyboard will communicate with RGB Fusion software in the Gigabyte App Center?
The_Manic_Geek
There is no reason to believe that it could. Different keyboard firmwares.
I bought one (ten key) last Christmas through their website.The space bar is pretty mushy, so plan on getting better stabilizers. The RGB software is clunky, but satisfies my needs. I would recommend this keyboard.
I ended up putting Aliaz stems on 82g springs into a Gateron housing with yellow linear leaves and some are modified by me with aquarium sealant. Works pretty well with lube and they're pretty quiet even without clips or O-rings. I've been thinking of changing to 100g springs, but I like them as they are now plenty.

I've found on the GMMK the gateron housings hold really well, where the Aliaz stems are the quietest and the springs are season to taste, as are the leaves for the type of housing you want to use (linear, clickly, tactile).
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I can barely tolerate anything above 70g for long-term use. 150g sounds ludicrous.
JaredJ
I was actually going to go for 100g, but I couldn't get them, so I settled...it's a bit stiff.
Received mine a week before the estimated shipping date. I'm entirely happy about the purchase.
This might be a dumb question, but is the RGB programmable? If so how would I go about doing some crazy fun stuff on this keyboard?
9monsoon
It's per key so you are able to customise it, but I think if you want to do really crazy things with APIs, I think you might not be able to.
9monsoon
It is, but the software leaves a LOT to be desired. They didn't seem interested in taking it further when I spoke to the makers. They seemed only interested in the hardware. I told them the software and hardware go hand-in-hand.
is it possible to swap caps and ctrl using the "GMMK Keyboard Editor" software?
I keep reporting these referral spam posts, but nothing happens!
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They're doing it again. Look up at the top. There are a few people trying to post their referral links, and they really need to be barred from commenting on MD.
JaredJ
Got 'em. Thanks for the flag, my friend.