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  1. i know how to set the brightness of the backlight in a profile, but how can I change the current brightness from the keyboard itself. I have not found a hotkey that does it, even though the manual says there are 9 levels available. I am using a STATIC profile. Also, are there any keycaps that allow more light for the inscriptions at the bottom of the keys? I am specifically interested in the special characters to the right of the alphabetic keys.
  2. Greetings, I have the 360 Floe Riing AIO water cooling kit, X1 mechanical keyboard and the Toughpower irgb plus 1000w gold edition psu. I can easily sync the Floe Riing with the psu using TT RGB plus software. I can also sync the X1 with the Floe Riing using the TT X1 software. My issue is getting the psu and keyboard to sync. When I have the Floe Riing and psu synced up though the rgb plus software and then try to sync the keyboard with TT RGB plus software using the X1 software,, the psu rgb doesn't change. I've also tried with not syncing, a combination of the programs opened and closed, but no dice. Does anyone have a solution? Thanks. software: TT RGB plus v 1.3 DPS G v 3.1.9 X1 RGB v 1.10.0 v29
  3. So, about two years ago I purchased the Poseidon Z RGB keyboard. Honestly, it’s a great keyboard. I was really hoping it would have lasted longer though. The keys seem to chatter, repeat on multiple letters, and has become unbearable to type on. I’ve read about the issue but really don’t know if it is worth the effort to try and fix it. It started about a month ago and has become notoriously annoying. I have always been a fan of ThermalTake products, but this is challenging my patience. I expected it to last longer than it did. As my first gaming keyboard, I don’t know which direction I should look now. Has anyone ever come to fixing this issue? Is there anything I can do to save me from needing to purchase a new keyboard?
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