The Osmium is a mechanical keyboard, as such is has been equipped with RED flavored switches preferred by many. It is not the first time we review a keyboard from Gigabyte as we tested their KM series which was targeted at the generic PC user. And this one looks pretty nice to us. Straight out of the box it is clear that the Osmium has continued the very high build quality that we have seen from previous Aivia products. Though the keyboard is stuffed with useful features, it has a few faults that prevent it from taking up permanent residence Gigabyte has done a great job with its Aivia Osmium. By Pureoverclock on August 24, 90 Mechanical keyboards are a breed of hardware that signal an old school vibe where you could really hammer on the keys without fear of breaking something.
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As such today we’ll have a peek at the all new Aivia Osmium keyboard. The keyboard feels very comfortable at your hands and is adjustable in height.
Underneath each key is a rubber dome, with a capacitive core at its centre.
If you are a PC gamer, you know how important it is to have the best mechanical gaming keyboard that suits your needs. It’s a nice blue with good key cap etching.
Like the Krypton, its rodent partner in crime, the Osmium does everything perfectly while adding a couple of The Osmium comes with several macro-keys, some local storage for the macro profiles and quick cycling through macro-profiles. By Ocaholic aaivia August 11, 90 we can say that the materials used on the Osmum Osmium are great, very sturdy and pleasant to touch The Gigabyte Osmium gaming keyboard is really comfortable to use, all the keys are well placed and easy to reach so you will not find yourself The keyboard has onboard memory, you may program five macro keys with it.
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aiivia The Osmium came very well packaged and presented and the keyboard itself is as good a keyboard as I have ever used. Gigabyte has done a great job with its Aivia Osmium. These keys have will be long-lived and can withstand a severe beating bringing you the stuff you as a gamer like so much.
Mechanical keyboards omsium a breed of hardware that signal an old school vibe where you could really hammer on the keys without fear of breaking something.
Then a year later Gigabyte started with the AIVIA keyboard series targeted at gamers, once we reviewed the K we where certainly impressed as their first ever entry in the gaming scene keyboards wise had been a successful one. You will spot two scroll-wheels give you analog control over its blue LED brightness, and volume. Though the keyboard is stuffed with useful features, it has a few faults that prevent it from taking up permanent residence The board features tools that gamers need such as Aivis, backlit, USB and headset pass-through While the likes of the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 keyboard are a bit of a guilty pleasure for this here reviewer, I am infinitely more pleased by osmiim, more effective keyboard design.
What happened the last time you rage quit MW3 because some little 12 year old noob-tubed you for the By pcGameware UK on September 05, you will know by now that the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium does indeed seem to tick all of the right boxes! Obviously the keyboard is programmable as we’ll show you later in in the article.
Gigabyte Aivia Osmium (MX Brown) Gaming Keyboard Review
This is the best keyboard in the test in almost every regard and therefore is The Osmium has been released under Gigabyte’s Aivia branding and comes with a lot of features that should be appealing to you as a gamer. You can press many keys at the same time without the keyboard input coming towards a grinding halt, using my ten fingers simultaneously was not an issue. Straight out of the box it is clear that the Osmium has continued the very high build quality that we have seen from previous Aivia products.
Gigabyte’s Oamium Osmium keyboard is another extremely functional, well built, and well-engineered piece from Gigabyte’s gaming division.
Gigabyte Osmium review – Introduction
And this one looks pretty nice to us. The Aivia Osmium is a great mechanical keyboard that works well during gameplay. The keyboard as a very solid feel to it and has a decent weight for a mechanical keyboard, not to heavy but it By HardwareHeaven on December 10, 90 Straight out of the box it is clear that the Osmium has continued the very high build quality that we have seen from previous Aivia products.
In fact, were it not for the fact I constantly mis-typed my passwords, I However, a few small design niggles keep it from being Armed with tensor and raytracing processors this model comes slightly tweaked in the clock frequ For example integrated USB 2. The Aivia Osmium mechanical keyboard as mentioned has a mechanical switch under every key there is on the keyboard, including the five macro keys on the top left corner of the keyboard.