Gateron Aliaz Silent MX Mechanical Switch Packs
Gateron Aliaz Silent MX Mechanical Switch Packs
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Calling all keyboard switch enthusiasts: if tactile is your type and silent is your sign, then the Aliaz Silent switches from Gateron are your ideal match. Available in both 60-gram and 70-gram weight options, these switches feature a 5-pin PCB mount with full Cherry MX compatibility Read More

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VinceYoung
0
Sep 1, 2020
sounds amazing, i dont have it, but is all the opposite of my cherry mx blue, no noise, at all. maybe when its available, it could be a lower price, for students or something like that.
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VinceYoung
0
Sep 5, 2020
non-tactile you mean more like a linear switch?
Yes, there’s nearly negligible feedback at the actuation point. Like very gentle Cherry browns. Edit: actually probably similar to Cherry browns. I haven’t used browns for a while, but I still think they’re nearly linear.
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cap7ainskull
64
Aug 20, 2020
Run these stock with 70g , they are like a very linear version of brown silent
TheWolf
102
Aug 14, 2020
Great build quality on Aliaz switches and great silencing, but the tactile bump seriously leaves you wanting - it's extremely weak. If you're looking for a silent tactile where you can seriously feel the tactility, I recommend Zilents.
DrFranco
22
Aug 15, 2020
Another consideration is Tacits from Keebwerks. I'm typing on those now.
TheWolf
102
Aug 19, 2020
agree that this can be an insanely expensive hobby, but if you hawk around for a sales you'll find them once in awhile
CaptOtter
4
Aug 14, 2020
I am the kind of person that, given his druthers, would alway rather have a board full of blues and greens to make absolutely as much noise and tactile feeling as possible. Unfortunately, about a year ago I started working in an office with other human beings who, I assume, were not going to appreciate the machine gun staccato of my typing all day every day, so after much switch testing and vacillating, I got myself some 60g Aliaz for the main keys, and 100g for the modifiers, Enter, Spacebar, etc. Zero regrets. They're quiet enough to not bother a person a cube away, but still loud enough to deliver at least some sonic satisfaction. Also, I absolutely feel these strokes--more than browns I would say, though it's marginal if it's anything. Seriously, cannot recommend Aliaz switches enough.
smxepher
82
Aug 13, 2020
I have these in my NIU mini, and while they are silent, they don't have much tactility (IMO they're less tactile than browns), they're fairly scratchy, and the spring ping defeats the purpose of a silent switch. If you do end up buying these, a lube job is absolutely needed, maybe even a spring swap as well.
Bukkakegod
10
Aug 14, 2020
Dude what are you even talking about? These are substantially more tactile than browns and not scratchy at all. I have them in a switch tester along with the browns. Are you sure you got authentic switches?
TheWolf
102
Aug 14, 2020
I'm sitting here with every weight of Aliaz switches made, and I agree with smxepher, they all do feel just as tactile - if not less - than browns.
vector.rilke
37
Aug 13, 2020
45 units sold and thats it? I got email notification ad 4pm, click on it at 8pm and its gone?? Same with kalh pro?
Kevin
3437
Outreach
Aug 14, 2020
Had to take them offline for 15 minutes to adjust some settings, they're all back online and available again. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe these are a Gateron Silent Brown stem with a Zealio housing? Basically the same experience as original silent brown, maybe a bit smoother, but maybe not worth the extra cost.
cap7ainskull
64
Aug 13, 2020
these are like browns but more linear and silent , also i love these
SquirrelPorridge
56
Aug 13, 2020
Anyone know how these compare to Holy Pandas in terms of tactility and wobble? Also, is the weight the bottom out weight?
fonzi
0
Aug 13, 2020
I have these in a switch tester when I was deciding between these and Zilent V2s. The tactility is very light - lighter than cherry browns I'd say. Wobble seemed similar to other gateron switches. Honestly wasn't a fan of these and would go with Zilents is you want silent tactility or another switch entirely.
wowremy
263
Aug 13, 2020
"Now factory lubed and gobbed full of your favorite generic grease" I'm calling it. Idk how it'll happen, but I'm calling it.
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