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I have verified that its the keyboard causing my computer to crash as it doesn't happen with this other one i have plugged in. This seems like a rather weird glitch, and it is quite annoying.. After about 10 to 20 minutes of playing a game whether it be H1Z1 or CSGO, the sound will loop and my computer fans will turn on full blast and the screen will go black, the only way to restart is to hold the power button. My specs are as follows: asus z-87k 8gb corsair vengence i5 4670k @4.2ghz GTX 770 ACX SC Corsair 550vs Windows 10
The three keyboards I listed in the title (i.e., the CM XT-Stealth, the CM Quickfire XT and the CM Quickfire Rapid) work in both PS/2 and USB mode. They also all feature NKRO (N-key rollover) in PS/2 mode. My question is: what are their KRO's (key rollover's) in USB mode? P.S.: Let me just "briefly" explain why I asked the above question: I play a fighting game called Grand Chase, where USB mode seems to be better suited for certain combos, in which one has to hit multiple keys at once: due to the PS/2 mode's precision, if you try to hit multiple keys at once, say, D and S, the keyboard may notice, say, you hit D just a little bit before S, so that you fail the combo. On the other hand, I don't want a USB-only keyboard, because I play another game (a rhythm game called Stepmania), where the more precision the keyboard offers, the better, so that a PS/2 keyboard is superior for this game. So a keyboard that works both as USB and PS/2 would be perfect for me, but it wouldn't be possible to play on a 2KRO keyboard, hence the question. (I think something like 6KRO would suffice, though.) P.P.S.: I actually have only tested three (membrane) keyboards I have at home, two of which are USB-only and one of which is PS/2-only, and then extrapolated what I observed to USB and PS/2 keyboards in general. I might be wrong, but my theory seems to make sense and seems to be consistent with the information I've gathered by surfing the internet. Thanks!