I know you can buy the kailh lp switches online, not sure about the cherry ones. I just built my first keyboard tooNeat showing from Corsair. That Corsair One is a monster. I'm mildly interested by the keyboards but would be more interested in knowing if those LP switches are going to ever make it to the hobbyist DIY market (having built my first keyboard, I've been bitten by a terrible bug).
Hmm... Good to know. Thanks for the tip.I know you can buy the kailh lp switches online, not sure about the cherry ones. I just built my first keyboard too
How much power do you draw from the wall with your total system? Are you running the 64 stock?The One is really nice looking. Would love to see the chassis and maybe the AIO(s) that it uses released as a bare bones kit.
SF 750? YES. I am hammering the SF600 I have with a Vega 64 under water and dream of the 750 and Vega Vii in the future.
I did the Spock eyebrow raise at that. I got myself a UPS not many months ago and your post reminded me I should probably reevaluate how much power I'm drawing on that between my computer, monitor, headphone amp, and various charging accessories. This is especially true if I ever want to upgrade anything...Likely not more than the SF600 can handle. I did trip my UPS a few times benching but it has some years on it and rates at 500w (?) I think. It has been retired.
24/7 I just undervolt and set HBM at 1000. Also now running the 200w board power limit set via the switch on the card as well.
With the stock power limit and +50% power the card alone can hit 250+W. Need a meter for system draw.
I believe it is Platinum rated like its younger but less capable siblings' refresh.With SFX psus getting to be rated such high wattages, you gotta imagine that SFX-L is probably going to become obsolete here soon. Was there any word on the 80 Plus rating for it? I trip my SF600 way too often and needed to upgrade to the EVGA 650 GM, but I've always preferred the Corsair units just slightly over the EVGAs.
Unfortunately Corsair spoke about this and did confirm they wouldn't offer it as a barebones kit due to the custom GPU design (the cooling of vrms with heatsink + fan). Which is unfortunate for DIY folk. Really they want you to buy a complete system.The One is really nice looking. Would love to see the chassis and maybe the AIO(s) that it uses released as a bare bones kit.