I7 8700K - 4.7 OC , Asrock Z370 Extreme4 MB, MSI GTX 970 , NZXT H440 , Corsair H110 , 16gig Balistix ram , Razer Huntsman Elite - Razer Purple Opto-Mechanical Key Switches - , Logitech G502 , Samsung 850 Pro bootup drive, Antec Edge 750 modular PSU There is a lot of misconceptions regarding why the TE … I have a green switch keyboard and soon to be two purple switch keyboards. For some reason, Razer chose to have own switches, even with Cherry MX, Kailh, Gaterons and many other switch makers. level 1. As for the sound, both of them have slightly different sounds. The purple does have more sound than the orange switches, but I don't feel that it's as bad as the green. The names appended to each switch — linear, tactile, clicky and so forth — will help you determine what the keys feel, and sound, like. Whether it’s knowing the precise location of enemy gunfire, or embracing the moment as you stand in the center of an arena, THX Spatial Audio delivers a performance greater than 7.1 surround sound to make your audio come alive. Today's best … I'm usually dead set on silent only, but the purple just felt so good that I'm willing to put up with some click noise. Razer Huntsman Mini(Purple Switch) RZ03-03390100-R3M1. Razer calls them "opto-mechanical" keys. You can identify it by its purple color (compared to the green, orange, or yellow switches on other Razer … We live by our motto: For Gamers. The purple opto-mechanical switch is factually speaking, faster and lighter. There’s also the Razer purple, which is clear and creates click sound. In stock This product estimated delivery time will be in 5 to 7 working days. But Kailh made those switches exclusively for Razer. 2 months ago. The company did use Cherry MX and Kailh switches in the distant past. Razer’s Switch-er-roo. By Gamers. So I have had tons of keyboard in my time including the purple switch huntsman elite as well as most recently the red linear version when it came out and of course the huntsman TE (also red opto). that is just how the purple switch sounds, but I heard they fixed the ping on the linear optical so maybe try it out? What separates good sound from phenomenal audio is the ability to transport you right into the action. ... this 2nd-gen design sports significant enhancements to the acoustics of the switch, with sound dampeners to reduce noise as you bottom out your keys. What that means is that they're still largely mechanical on top with purple plastic bits and a metal hinge, but the point of actuation down below — … The green switches have an actuation force of 50g and actuation distance of 1.9mm while the purple switches are 45g and 1.5mm. The thing is, the Razer Green switch has improved a lot, the main issue i still kinda have with this switch is the lack of proper information by razer on manufacturer and actually longevity. Razer is the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, software and systems. The opto-mechanical switch from Razer is equal parts simple and breathtaking.