Roccat Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard Announced

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Roccat Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard Announced

Roccat have announced a new gaming keyboard, the Isku which is designed to improve your gaming experience and performance with some interesting new features. As with previous Roccat keyboards the Isku is illuminated to make gaming in low light conditions easier and the built in cable channelling makes it easy to keep your desk tidy.

Featuring 123 medium height keys with a standard layout helps ensure this keyboard is easy to use and with a 100Hz polling rate ensures ultra-fast lag free inputs. There are 28 easy-to-reach macro keys which offer up to 180 directly-executable functions. Favourite settings can be saved in five instantly loadable profiles. The keyboard also features Roccat Talk and Easy Shift[+], both exclusive Roccat technologies designed to make your gaming experience as painless and enjoyable as possible.

Roccat Talk allows the Kone[+] mouse and the Isku keyboard to communicate with each other, marking the first time a mouse and keyboard can share information. This means that a player can choose one of the nine keys to use as the Easy Shift[+] key or even execute critical functions such as EasyAim by pressing a keyboard key. All of these features are designed with the gamer in mind, so if you are a hardcore gamer be sure to consider the Isku when buying your next keyboard.

For more information please visit the Roccat Isku Product Page.

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10-07-2011, 17:50:05

Ov3erclock3R
Well, i have my new 570 as some of you may know, and im thinking of OC'ing it and i guess on air the fans would be quite high and im thinking of doing the cpu aswell because of the room the case has gatherd a bit on dust in side and and my NH-d14 is quite dusty (6 month old build) so im thinking of w/c for that reason so i do not have to keep taking the cooler of to cleaning it, my i7 is a 4ghz nd might go a little higher if i do w/c, i know there is not going to be much difference in temps thats not what this is about, just something thats easier to clean plus iv always wanted to try water cooling,..My psu draws air from inside the case due to alot of dust build up the other way down and iv noticed that it gets rather warm after a while playing games due to the 570 taking it most of the air in the case (cooler master advanced II, i dnt think ill be upgrading really anytime soon because i think it will take years before my i7 will need replacing.

Should i do both the cpu and gpu or just the gpu i cannot decide...

..sorry for the looong post, any thoughts and opinions are welcome.

10-07-2011, 18:14:34

SieB
If you have the money do both but you will probably want a better case for doing CPU and GPU because you can only get 2 thin 240mm RADs in the 690II and they won't be enough for both. Maintenance wise though you still have to clean out your loop every 6-8 months.

10-07-2011, 18:52:06

Mark26


If you have the money do both but you will probably want a better case for doing CPU and GPU because you can only get 2 thin 240mm RADs in the 690II and they won't be enough for both. Maintenance wise though you still have to clean out your loop every 6-8 months.



Didnt tom have the same case with two thin rads and was running an overclocked 1100t and a 6950 on water and ran fine which would be similar too this? I'm in the process of creating another rig in the same case which i just picked up and will do the same with an i7 chip or bulldozer and a 6970 which will have this week. If it couldnt handle it could just put a thicker rad at the bottom which would help. Here is another mint pc with a gpu and cpu watercooled in the same case:
[IMG]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj196/markirish22/19539713.jpg[/IMG]

10-07-2011, 19:07:46

SieB


I only watercooled both on Snow Drift because it was AMD and they dont kick out much heat, could NOT have done that rig with a 1366 CPU.




I don't know too much about watercooling myself just what I have learned from Tom's vids and other peoples threads on here, I could be wrong but i'm just going off what I have read. :)

10-07-2011, 20:21:26

Kara
Got to take into account that Intel chips produce way more heat than AMD chips and that 570's are also on the warm side.

11-07-2011, 11:50:14

Ov3erclock3R
I will probably just do the card tbh.

11-07-2011, 14:37:44

Mark26


Got to take into account that Intel chips produce way more heat than AMD chips and that 570's are also on the warm side.



If you put in a 60mm rad in the bottom I think it should be fine. I'm not sure if there is enough space for push pull on it though.
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