Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid
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Already One light out
Daniel H., Newegg
5 days ago
Summary: Very disappointment, it has not even been a day, let alone have a day and a LED already died!
Pros: Firm build
Cons: I have only used it for a couple hours and one led already died. Its the "L" key that died, and during the couple of hours that used it this keyboard i was mainly gaming. So, I barely or didnt use the "L" at all.
Summary: Sadly, CM has QC issues. I have another Cooler Master mechanical keyboard I use at work, it's great. Guess I don't trust this brand anymore.
Pros: The keyboard is nice, I like it. Seems sturdy.
Cons: My left alt key was dead on arrival. Is there no quality control? Now they want me to pay to ship this broken junk back. Adding insult to injury, try doing a google search for "rapid left alt key", it's apparently a common problem.
Summary: This is a great keyboard at first. I gave it a 5-star rating a year ago. But with multiple keys now not responding to fast input, I have never had a keyboard begin to malfunction so quickly. One year is completely unacceptable at this price. I have never traveled with this keyboard.
Pros: Very nice when new. Win-key disable is a nice function.
Cons: Certain keys have stopped responding to fast input, such as the 4 key, 9 key, and ' key.
Summary: The missing numpad makes for a sleeker and smaller looking keyboard which I love. Can't beat it at this price!
Pros: I've had this beast of a keyboard going three years now. Has the crisp key sounds of any $150 mechanical keyboards and performs much better in my opinion. I've had nearly all of the Razer keyboards and this thing hasn't only outlasted them but outperformed them as well. LEDs still shinning bright...
Cons: Doesn't have a num pad? Is that really a con though? They're like $5 at wally world
Summary: If it weren't for the duplicate key issue, it would be a great keyboard.
Pros: Feels like quality construction, good size and weight. Just feels right.
Cons: After about 6 months of light use, I'm not getting some really annoying duplicate key inputs. About 20% of the time I try to use the C key, it sends it twice. A few other keys are starting to do the same. I've tried cleaning it with rubbing alcohol and it hasn't helped in the slightest. This seem...
Summary: This is my first mechanical keyboard experience and I am extremely happy with this keyboard! It is a joy to type on and I am very happy with the quality of the keyboard. It feels solidly constructed and durable. I'm not a gamer but I will enjoy typing on this keyboard!
Pros: Solid build, great price, quality keyboard.
Cons: Keycaps are printed I think? I can feel the bumps for the letters.
Summary: I bought the MX Cherry Reds for gaming, at first I didn't like them, but I adjusted quite nicely to the quickness and effortless actuation pressure of the reds. Such a nifty keyboard: sleek, responsive, transportable it's a great board really.
Pros: size and key noise n feel are great other features all as advertised
Cons: 1/3 of keys don't lite anymore that's a real bummer because the only other con was the 90 degree plug going to left out the back of keyboard which was a small inconvience but the keys starting to burn out in such a short period is a real let down