DZ60 USB Type-C 60% PCB (Rev 3.0)
DZ60 USB Type-C 60% PCB (Rev 3.0)
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Designed to fit most universal 60% keyboard cases, this PCB is fully programmable via QMK firmware, which means, once assembled, you can program any key you like to do whatever you like. With support for RGB underglow, this third version of the PCB can help you create a radiant look on your desktop Read More

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SpencerL
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keeb weeb
Feb 7, 2020
Stickied
Vendor has confirmed to me that the DZ60RGB both ANSI and arrow keys are V2!
From my understanding, it will be the V2 black one. We only received samples of the purple one for the office but the vendor has confirmed that customers will receive V2.
mattydavis16
3
Mar 20, 2020
Cheers for the reply, the black one is perfectly fine, a PCB is a PCB at the end of the day. Is there any chance of a delay in shipping at all or is the 27th still the shipping date? given all the implications with the virus i would just like to make sure everything is all still good to go.
dee_mdx
0
Jan 18, 2021
Is this product like a group buy and has unlimited stocks until the end date?
Andy_Who
85
Jan 14, 2021
Can anyone recommend plates for these PCB?
RandomDud
0
Jan 17, 2021
is that for the ANSI?
Artichoke
20
Jan 17, 2021
Yes- and it also appears to support ISO. I have a full blue one currently (just waiting on the PCB) and it’s very well made from what I can tell.
Bdog8898
0
Jan 12, 2021
Does anybody know the difference between the purple Pcb and The black Pcb??
Enzitic
0
Jan 13, 2021
Are you referring to the DZ60 RGB ANSI color? If so, the purple version you select will come in black as it is the V2. However, if you mean the difference between the DZ60 RGB ANSI (Purple) and DZ60 RGB, it is the layout. The Purple board (which should be black) is the 61 key ANSI layout. The DZ60 RGB is a 64 key layout, meaning that it has arrow keys. Hope this helps with your question!
iTom
9
Dec 28, 2020
The current drop features V1 PCB photos, is it V1 or V2?
Gr33d
1
Dec 13, 2020
Do I need to sodder the Board or is it pre sodderd
tahoerider
244
Dec 18, 2020
If you get the DZ60RGB you dont have to solder anything. The switches are hot swappable. If you get the DZ60 you do need to solder those in.
Gr33d
1
Jan 2, 2021
Thank you for the help
Domantass
38
Dec 12, 2020
men this is not worth I got yd60 for 18 euro shipped and it has via
Edvr
7
Dec 8, 2020
I have a USB-C version and the connection is so shallow it can easily disconnect and reconnect. Tried with multiple plugs. Once in place its fine but the slightest giggle and it will disconnect and reconnect. D: mini usb is probably your best bet tbh.
BLNTWZRD
19
Dec 6, 2020
I wish the plates were an add-on...this and the kbdfans 5 degree would be lit
Cloudtastrophe
30
Dec 6, 2020
unless you turn the rgb off
GeneralPretzel
6
Dec 5, 2020
This is the same price that it is on KBD Fans. What's the point of ordering it from you instead? Isn't Drop supposed to sell stuff at a discount because of the rates it gets when mass-purchasing product?
Littleking7
30
Dec 9, 2020
I think I might have had the same issues too. When I used the PCB in an aluminum case it would register columns when I pushed Y, so pushing Y would cause 6HN to be pushed also. I went with a BM60 and have no problems similar to the DZ60 RBG V2, but it has north facing LEDS.
L.niels
48
Dec 29, 2020
This is most likely because the (metal) ends of the Kailh hot swap sockets are touching the screw standoffs of the case. If you check you can see the Kailh sockets are really located too close to some of the screw holes. This is especially a problem when the screw standoff is large (like tada68 high profile case). I fixed it with a hot glue gun, let a small drop of glue cover those socket ends that's close to the screw hole. I think the Kailh hot swap socket is a bit too large, it really can be made smaller !
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