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Thread: A Guide to Gear and Settings.

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    Senior Member CPTcman is on a distinguished road
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat View Post
    Of course, any gaming mousepad will be better than a standard office mat.
    No, I mean literally, a table-top without a mouse pad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat View Post
    Keyboard

    All USB gaming keyboards have what’s called 6-key rollover.
    There is at least one mechanical USB keyboard that has N-key rollover, the Noppoo Choc Mini. I don't know if there are any others that support it however, so it is most likely the exception to the rule. It's a very good keyboard BTW, although it does have some minor issues with Linux, and I believe it doesn't work with Macs at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scix55 View Post
    There is at least one mechanical USB keyboard that has N-key rollover
    There are plenty, including my own (Leopold FC500RT/AB Cherry MX-Brown).

    Just need a bit of research and you're good. I don't know why you wouldn't research something so important anyway.

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    interesting pics of how the switches work:

    http://elitekeyboards.com/support.php?lang=en
    CA with <16 slots is nothing.

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    The guide is very well written, however most quakers just play a couple times a week, say, on the weekend, and buying all this gear and tweaking isn't necessary for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by watervapr View Post
    The guide is very well written, however most quakers just play a couple times a week, say, on the weekend, and buying all this gear and tweaking isn't necessary for them.
    Well dang, because they definitely have to read it anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorfa View Post
    Well dang, because they definitely have to read it anyways.
    Didn't you hear? New players are required to take an in-depth quiz of this thread before they join a server. This is sarcasm

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    When I listened to the Virtual Barber Shop I could hear all around my body. It actually seems like you are getting your hair cut
    I can't use sound well in real games though.
    Great guide.
    Last edited by eduguy; 02-26-2013 at 05:53 PM.

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    I think this should be stickied

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    yeah definately, its very well done

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