Are Cherry MX Black good for gaming?

Are Cherry MX Black good for gaming?

Are Cherry MX Black good for gaming?

The MX black is suitable for both high and low speed typing. It performs great for games because of the short travel and high actuation force. This is ideal for FPS games. Example: counter strike players use several frequently-used keys with key holds, so MX black is a good choice.

Are Cherry MX Black silent?

Silent Black Cherry MX Keyboards A silent linear switch with a heavier actuation force that helps ensures an accurate key press ideal for gaming.

Which Cherry MX is the loudest?

The Cherry MX Blue has a distinct “click” sound when depressed beyond the tactile point, making it the loudest switch in the Cherry MX family.

Are black switches loud?

As it turns out, mechanical keyboards are indeed louder than most (but not all) membrane keyboards, though the precise sound level depends on the keyboard model, the switch type, and the typist's technique....How loud are mechanical keyboards?
KEYBOARD MODELSwitch typePeak sound level (dB)
SteelSeries 6Gv2/7GBlack54.

What is the loudest keyboard I can buy?

If you're looking for a loud and clicky mechanical keyboard, we highly recommend the Drop ALT, Ducky One 2 Mini, Durgod Taurus K320, Redragon K552, or Keychron K6 with a loud clicky switch such as the Cherry MX Blue or Kailh BOX White switch.

Are Cherry MX speed switches loud?

Cherry MX Blues are "clicky" switches, meaning they make audible clicking noises every time you depress them, like typewriters of old. Some users find the noise gratifying; others find it insufferable. ... Like Reds, Cherry MX Speeds are linear switches that require 45 g of actuation force.

Is there a loudness scale for Cherry MX?

There's really no scale. MX Blues and Greens are the loudest, and the rest are personal preference, your loud may be my quiet and vice versa. IMO, blues and greens aren't loud at all. To others, it's a jet engine

Which is better Cherry MX red or black?

Some (maybe more?) love the blacks though - my advice would be to try and get your hands on boards with both and test them out if at all possible. Also, keep in mind that the red and black switches don't have tactile or audible feedback, and many prefer the blue or brown switches for everyday typing.

Which is the loudest Cherry MX key switch?

Blacks? If you bottom all of them out, Cherry MX Blue and Green are going to be the loudest of all the common (Red, Black, Blue, Green and Brown) key switches. I like the color scheme of Noctua fans.

What are the colors of Cherry MX switches?

As always, Antlion has your back! We tested four of the leading Cherry MX switches, Blues, Reds, Browns and Blacks, to see how each one sounded through both our ModMic in noise canceling mode and the popular Audio Technica AT-2020 XLR mic.


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