|Series||CORSAIR K95 RGB PLATINUM XT|
|Item model number||CH-9127414-NA|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra, Windows 10|
|Item Weight||2.89 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.3 x 6.7 x 1.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.3 x 6.7 x 1.4 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||January 6, 2020|
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Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Backlit RGB LED, Cherry MX Speed RGB Silver, Black (CH-9127414-NA)
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|Special Feature||Wireless, Lighting|
|Compatible Devices||Gaming Console|
|Series||CORSAIR K95 RGB PLATINUM XT|
|Number of Keys||104|
|Style||MX Speed Silver|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.3 x 6.7 x 1.4 inches|
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- Per-key RGB backlighting and a 19-zone LightEdge across the top of the keyboard delivers dynamic and vibrant lighting effects with near-limitless customization
- Tuned for low noise operation even at full load; MTBF hours
- Gain an in-game advantage with six dedicated macro keys fully programmable for complex macros and key remaps or swap to the included S-key keycaps and program special streaming commands through Elgato Stream Deck software
- Cherry MX Speed RGB Silver mechanical key switches provide ultra-fast 1.2 millimeter actuation and proven reliability with 100 million keystrokes
- A detachable soft textured cushioned leatherette palm rest offers the plush comfort to breeze through marathon gaming sessions
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ALL THE STYLE POINTS
Per-key RGB backlighting and a 19-zone LightEdge across the top of the keyboard deliver dynamic and vibrant lighting effects with near-limitless customization.
SMOOTH & FAST
Ultra-reliable German-made CHERRY MX SPEED RGB Silver keyswitches are guaranteed for 100 million keystrokes, with a linear 1.2mm actuation for lightning-fast responsiveness.
YOUR SETUP AT YOUR COMMAND
8MB Onboard Profile Storage
Hardware macro and lighting playback let you take up to five profiles with you, wherever you go.
Programmable with CORSAIR iCUE Software Vivid dynamic RGB lighting control, sophisticated macro programming, and full system lighting synchronization compatible with CORSAIR peripherals, coolers, fans, and more.
INTELLIGENT CONTROL. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES.
CORSAIR iCUE software enables vivid dynamic lighting control, sophisticated macro programming and full-system lighting synchronization across compatible CORSAIR peripherals, coolers, fans and more.
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The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard immerses your desktop in dynamic RGB lighting with per-key illumination Precision-molded 104/105-key PBT double-shot keycap set 100 million keystroke- Cherry MX Speed RGB Silver key switches and an anodized aluminum frame offer extraordinary build quality Six dedicated macro keys establish an in-game advantage with the added benefit of Elgato Stream Deck software integration A detachable cushioned leatherette palm rest offers plush comfort while dedicated multimedia keys an aluminum volume roller and a USB pass-through port put convenient control within reach Powerful iCUE software gives you control over your lighting macros key remaps and more Boasting 100% anti-ghosting with N-key rollover and onboard storage for five profiles the K95 RGB Platinum XT lets you play with a full deck.
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My first purchase has a USB passthrough that only intermittently works. On top of that, there is a very loud metallic ping. It's not a problem with the switches, nor the keycaps like Corsair's support suggests. I sent for a replacement. The volume wheel on the replacement sticks and the pinging is even worse. I was even okay with the LEDs being dimmer than my current K95, but these problems are unacceptable at this price point.
This is not the first time I've run into quality control failures with Corsair keyboards. When the RGB Strafe first became available with MX blues I jumped on it. I went through 3 or 4 boards, all with multiple keys that were completely unusable. Mushy spacebar that would not spring back up, other keys with the same behavior. I ended up simply going with MX browns instead and finally got a board that worked properly. Even my current K95 Platinum with MX browns, I'm not 100% happy with. The volume wheel has been off since day one. Rolls to a point and then 'pop' like it gets stuck on something. I baby my electronics so it's not like I broke it over time. At least the keys all work and there is no pinging when I type.
I think I'm just done with Corsair peripherals. When the time comes that I need to replace this board, I will just go with something else. Maybe a Razer. At a $200 price point for a keyboard, I expect perfection which this product does NOT deliver. Funny thing is, I would pay even more for that perfection if someone built it.
Cherry MX Speed Silver switches (100 million keypresses)
Per key RGB settings
PBT Double Shot Keycaps
Full Media controls
USB 3.0 passthrough
HIgh grade aluminum frame
Infinitely customizable through iCUE software
Plenty of other reviewers will write more but I did test this keyboard against my old K95 RGB Plat and against the Steelseries Arctis Pro and Razer Huntsman Elite (optical). I ended up liking this Corsair K95 XT just a tad more than the Arctis Pro. The only thing I do not like about this board is the need to install the huge bloatware iCUE to get full control over the lighting and firmware upgrades. This is the Rolls Royce of gaming keyboards for 2020. 4.7 stars out of 5.
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For a Keyboard with this price tag I had many inconvenient with the one I got:
Since day 1 they first time I plugged in the keyboard I had to disconnect it many times since it would just not work at all after working for about 30 seconds once drivers were installed, As I know how electronics are and sometimes they will just glitch out I did unplug and plugged back the keyboard after few seconds and it worked again just to find out later that the rgb would stop working properly and ignoring whatever was stored in the keyboard profile.
To try and get the keyboard working properly I did hardware reset, firmware update, reinstalling drivers, cleaning the coms... etc.
The keyboard kept failing on the same way for a whole week... since I did not care that much about rgb I stopped worrying, after about 2 weeks of use were enough for it to stop working again just like day 1 having to unplug and plug back the keyboard up to 3 times every hour.
I did contacted corsair for assistance and the person who took my case told me I was eligible for a replacement and needed to confirm my personal info, I did so and I'm still waiting for an answer and that was more than a week a go...
The conclusion is... for the price of this keyboard the quality is too low... even if the switches are nice and all you should not have this kind of problem with a device that should be plug and play, there are plenty of cheaper mechanical keyboards that will work just fine and wont give you such headaches like this one gave to me.
I usually don't write reviews on product and let alone bad ones, but this one got to me hard.
**** EDIT ***
Giving it 4 stars, not 5 because of the first problem, but Corsair is a good company with good return/replacement policies.
The new keyboard came as it should have the first time, works great, plug and play... been using it for a week now and not a single problem with it.
Would recommend it.
I was unable to get back to full typing speed, to the point where I measured the keys thinking they were smaller. They felt smaller but no, they are the same size as the K70.
The blue switches also felt like a very tame version of the switches I was used to on the K70. I thought I was shipped brown switches by mistake, but they are indeed blue. If you are the kind of person that get a little jolt of pleasure feeling and hearing the click of a blue switch, you may get disappointed if you owned a louder keyboard.
The thing is that I could not get the keyboard to work with my A/B switch which I use to switch between keyboard and screen from my work and home setup. Whenever I switch now I have to unplug and replug the K95, even when updated with the latest firmware. The K70 handled that flawlessly.
The build quality is pretty amazing on the K95 however. And the wrist rest feels fantastic. If none of the "flaws" I mentioned apply to you this is a solid purchase.
I have ordered the K70 RGB MK2 and will return this one. To each his own and this one, as premium as it is, is not for me.
I didn't even thought of this..
It is just beyond my expectation...
Really If u want to have a sexy look to your gaming beast and want to do a hard-core gaming then just go for it...
Corsair is now becoming a beast in the gaming industry...