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GMK QMX-Clip Sound-Dampening Brackets (110 Pieces)

GMK QMX-Clip Sound-Dampening Brackets (110 Pieces)

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Is the Planck keyboard a plate or a PCB mounted?
Do these work on any corsair keyboards? I have the k95 platinum, and the k65 Lux.
I have these on one of my old keyboards. How can I remove them and put them on my new board, if it is possible?
JustFluxz
The box came with a little screwdriver. I use that to gently pry the edges until it pops out. Mine are plate mounted, if that helps.
Does anybody know whether the KeyWalker IFD-68 Keyboards are plate-mounted or PCB-mounted?
Are these better than the ones ZealPC has on their site? I trust GMK a lot more, but I’d like to know....
AugustCanaille
About the same to me. Although these come with a really neat tool that makes things easier/faster.
Is the KBD75 plate or pcb mounted?
JustFluxz
Plate
Has anyone tried these with Razer switches?
BluJay614
I do not think they will work because of the shape of the switches also you would need to be using cherry profile keycaps for the best experience
When will these come back and what version should I use for the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S RGB?
What should I get for corsair K95 platinum
Sangartekbal
My current keyboard is the same as you. You will need plate mounted.
Anyone have experience with these and SA profile key caps?
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You are right about the no cross bar - Maxkey SA have the same problem. The upstroke noise is still dampened, however. Because of this, I won't be looking at SA profile caps going forward.
Jino74
XDA have the same behavior.
So I just bought an ALT keyboaord, and already own these in plate mount. will I need to buy pcb mount, or do the hot swap switch things on the ALT need the plate mount version?
These combined with R10 67g Zealios have become my favourite switch (over Holy Panda's!). Will definitely pickup a few extra sets if they come back on massdrop.
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It shortens the travel range and makes the bottom a bit softer
bball2
Also reduces the top-out clack from the stem.
Purchased the plate clips for my ducky3 keyboard and they made a considerable difference. I used them in combination with o-rings and it's waay more silent in my office.
If anyone has 64 extra pcb sound clips, I'm looking to buy some for a different board and would be happy to purchase them from you. Reply here with contact info and I'll reach out. Thanks!
Received mine today and started to set up the half left of my Ergodox. Feels really nice. I don't have the "clack" when bottoming out my keys anymore. I only hear the actuation "click" of my Cherry Blue.
Delivered on the day the drop description had listed them to ship by, so that's nice.
Installed them on a GMMK with SA 1965 and I'm a pretty big fan. They were a little mushy at first, but they have loosened up. SA keycaps + QMX clips only silence the upstroke, which was the problem with the GMMK. The metal construction made it very loud on the upstroke, and these clips fixed that perfectly. I'll have to get these for every board I own.
I tried these on a couple keys where I had also installed o-rings, but the travel distance was shortened too much and it felt bad.
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PM_YOUR_NIBS
Yea, what did you get, Plate Mount or PCB?
300kg
I used plate mount!
From what I can tell these seem to have variable degrees of mushiness on different keyboards, for example they are perfectly acceptable on my corsair K70rgb, however I have seen many people complaining of them being extremely mushy. As for the noise reduction it is extreme, however I would recommend lubricating switches if you are concerned about sound signature as the switch movement noise comes through much more strongly otherwise
I just installed this. Oh man. So mushy. I can't say I like it. Maybe I have to get used to it. The keys are much quieter, but I think you can get similar results with o-rings and not lose that clicky feeling.
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Oh ok then, when you said clicky feeling I though Blues. O rings are going to be even mushier and change the feeling much more than these.
Marvellion
I actually used thin o-rings just before the dampeners. I tend to agree with you. I think my main concern with the dampeners was related to the feeling of keys with stabilisers. The dampener "frame" somehow goes under the stabiliser and makes it harder to push resulting in a weird feeling. After removing the dampeners from shifts, backspace and enter, the typing feels better now.
These make a noticeable difference in sound on my Roccat MK FX keyboard. When ordering, be sure to order the correct version. Although my keys are "circuit board mounted", they are actually clipped into the plate - so the plate mounted version worked for my keyboard. Once the brackets are installed, they will shorten your stroke a little bit, but it doesn't take too long to get used to it.
Is this compatible with Razer blackwidows or corsair k95 plats?
ianzy015
yes
Testing all the keys... well only almost all, because I'm gonna have to write quite meaningless sentenses until I get to find a word with a "Z" or a "X"... oh wait... nailed it! :) peanut butter jelly time!
That was the first sentence I wrote with the caps on. I will write my review right away to have a fresh impression comment.
The feel is a tinny bit mushier and heavier to be honest, but nothing I cannot get used to. The keys are now all much quieter than before. I am overall really pleased with those caps and I will install my second pack at home.
I am now an hour later and I am already used to the feel of the keyboard. I noticed the feel is even less noticeable when I try not go go all the way down when I type. I still have the feeling the feel is slightly heavier though, but there again, nothing I could not get used to.

Installation note : - You need to put quite a bit of force on the clip for it to... well... clip. Just make sure the clip really is on before you put the keycap back on - There is a direction on the holder for it to hold the clip properly. The keycap holder is facing right if the LED hole is up and vice versa. - Key that have stabilizers are quite hard to install (space bar was ok, but this applies to Enter, Shift, backspace and similar keys). The switch actually is snugged really tight between two stabilizers, so I had to push harder. You may also consider avoiding putting the caps on those and use simple pads or o rings instead for those clips.
Just to double check: Plate mount for Preonic, yes?
Hi, any keys feedback change with this mod?
Will these dampen the sound of sa profile keycaps?
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S14Tan
Thank you, I am definitely giving this a try.
Are these compatible with kailh and zeal switches?
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Just got these and they DO NOT work on Kailh switches generally. Looks like the housing is too different from traditional Cherrry MX housings for this to work on them.
charlei
Thanks for the info about the kaihl switches!
Does anyone know which version I should purchase for Vortex Core?
r166er
Plate mount
Does anyone know which version I should purchase for a Ducky One keyboard?
joshuawas
Plate mount
To be sure, if i want to take a kit for the Massdrop CTRL, i must take the PCB version?
Same for the Code Keyboard or Cooler Master Masterkeys S, i must take a Plate version right?
Thanks :)
Anthodev
Plate version for all. Very few keyboards have PCB mount switches with no plate (mostly Cherry keyboards).
Cyphre
Thank you, i modified my order :)
Would a version for box switches be possible in the future?
Gati
I'm not sure how possible that would be, they reduce the upstroke sound when the the flat part of the slider next to the cross hits the rubber on the bottom side of the clip, but the box switches don't have any exposed area on their top.
Are these compatible with the Magicforce 82 keys?
https://www.massdrop.com/buy/magicforce-82-key-mechanical-keyboard/talk
DevilsX
Yes. Plate mount version.
Cyphre
Thanks!
Do the little numbers on the plastic pieces matter? I noticed there are a few different numbers.
Thanks!
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WHAT DO THEY MEAN
MorrowSol
Making this many parts efficiently (between 60 and 108 per keyboard on average) requires multiple mold cavities. A press injects molten plastic into a mold to make plastic parts, and for a part this small there are usually dozens of cavities in one mold. And for this type of volume, there may also be multiple injection stations, each with one mold containing dozens of cavities. Each cavity molds its unique cavity ID number into the parts it outputs.
Every cavity has a finite life because the injection process wears it away over time, just like water flowing thru a river smooths out the stones in the riverbed. Eventually a cavity wears enough that its parts are out of dimensional specification. When these no-good parts are caught during quality checks later in the manufacturing process, the molded-in ID number is used to identify the worn cavity so it can be replaced with a new one.