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CM Storm QuickFire TK - Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with CHERRY MX Blue Switches - White

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A great piece for both work and play, the Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire TK Keyboard is constructed with full set of features and performance. Cherry MX switches ensure tactile key strokes and an amazingly long lifespan. UV coated keycaps and embedded steel plate take durability a step further. Full LED backlighting allows to you effortlessly locate the key even in low light conditions. NKRO over USB means every single keystroke will be registered. Using win-lock key helps prevent unintended redirection. A complete numpad increases  your productivity while not gaming. Thanks to multimedia shortcut keys, you can control multimedia playback at only a press of key. The cable management system and lightweight size gives you plenty of room for your mouse. Great for LAN parties. 

  • newegg Cherry Blue Switch Coming with renowned Cherry MX Blue switch, the CM Storm QuickFire TK SGK-4020-GKCL2-US delivers low resistance and click feedback, as well as over 50 million keystrokes life cycle for ultimate durability and reliability.
  • newegg Compact Layout with Integrated Numpad Block The QuickFire TK’s unique NumPad block design merges both navigation and command keys. You get a compact gaming keyboard with a NumPad block.
  • newegg Full LED Backlight, Three Modes and Five Brightness Levels Full LED backlighting provides optimum visibility, even in dark rooms. Different backlight modes highlight different key groups.
  • newegg N-Key Rollover over USB N-Key Rollover in USB mode means even the wildest key combos are registered perfectly.
  • newegg Easy Cable Management Detachable braided USB cable and cable routing grooves at the underside of the keyboard ensure easy cable management and better flexibility.
  • newegg Game mode Disable your Windows keys to prevent accidental interruption of your gaming sessions. Seven easy-access multimedia keys conveniently placed along top edge allow one-press control of media playback.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Jared D.
  • 12/6/2014 7:07:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsSolid, slightly disappointed but overall happy.

Pros: +Looks great
+Sturdy construction
+SUPER bright illumination, and adjustable levels as well as modes (solid lit, pulse)
+Feels great to type with, very responsive
+Overall great quality of both aesthetics and performance


Cons: -It's been a bit over a year, maybe a tad longer of moderate use, and some keys, specifically my "T" "L" and "C" keys seems to be spotty, and seem to be beginning to fail. It's done it's job, I simply expected more durability. (I just realized that spells TLC, kind of funny considering that seems to be all this would need to be fully working again, a couple switch replacements and I'd be good to go, just needs a bit of TLC.)

Given, they are blue switches, and I do naturally have heavy typing fingers, so I suppose it's hard to complain.

Still, I did expect more on the durability side, even from switches with a soft resistance to abuse.

I thought it might have just been dirty, but cleaning it out seems to have done nothing. I don't know anything about manually replacing switches, and I don't even know if it's doable, but if it is I can assume it's an option for some users? Meh...

-Some people, as one other mentioned, will get frustrated with the "FN" or "Function Lock" key function, it can be a pain, but once I got used to it, it also became second-nature for me as well and I actually prefer it, as it helps stop some accidental key presses with software I use that utilizes the F keys (audio-visual design).

Other Thoughts: Most would list it as a con, but due to the "frame" form that borders the keys/where the keys sit (as you'll be able to see on images above), it's a real trap for sediment, hair, and other particulate or small matter that might fall underneath your key tray.

Cleaning it out is as simple as popping your keys off, but this is time consuming. If you want to avoid this, at least in part, I would recommend the "edge-less" key tray/plate design that the newer Corsair keyboards are featuring, might save you some pain down the road.

Cooler Master's keyboards really are fantastic overall, nott much to complain about here. I just wish it would have lasted longer, but this was the only white keyboard (I'm a sucker for white) available at the time and I had no choice but to go with blues, and also because I like the tactile feel and chatter.

My GF hates it though, so needless to say I'll be replacing this soon with either another quickfire with browns or something, or one of Corsairs new series.

If you're looking at this series/brand of keyboards in general, I highly doubt you'll be disappointed. I personally won't be touching blue switches again, or reds for that matter, now I need to find a keyboard I like with either blacks or browns, I like the extra resistance and after using blues for some time I've come to the conclusion they're far too weak for my liking. I like my key presses very deliberate, and forceful. Without, of course, having them wear out due to being beaten.

Good product though, easy 4/5 eggs. 1 egg off for lack of durability on the switches, and the key tray design that collects stuff far too easily, even if you keep your work-space clean.

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  • Rickey S.
  • 11/5/2013 5:12:56 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLoud but awesome

Pros: Solid build on this well put together keyboard. The numpad/arrow keys took a bit of getting used to, but toggling the num pad on and off became like second nature fairly quickly.

The blue switches react great for both gaming and typing despite their loudness, which is to be expected with blue switches.

Being such a thick keyboard I opted to buy a wrist rest for it as my old keyboard had a plastic one built in. I would recommend one along with the keyboard.

Cons: It's loud, like REALLY LOUD. But if you buy blue switches and don't expect a very loud keyboard you need to do some more research.

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