|Model||SGK-6000-GKCM1 (Brown Switch)*
SGK-6000-GKCL1 (Blue Switch)*
SGK-6000-GKCC1 (Black Switch)*
SGK-6000-GKCR1 (Red Switch)*
SGK-6000-GKCG1 (Green Switch)*
|Key Switch||* CHERRY Black / Blue / Brown / Red|
|N key Rollover||6|
|Polling Rate||1000Hz / 1ms|
|USB||2 x USB hub|
|Windows Key Disable||Yes|
|Dimension||475(L) x 162(W) x 25(H) mm
18.7(L) x 6.5 (W) x 0.98(H) inch
|Weight||1260 g / 2.78 lb|
|UPC Code||884102013515: SGK-6000-GKCM1 (Brown Switch)*
884102013553: SGK-6000-GKCL1 (Blue Switch)*
884102013584: SGK-6000-GKCC1 (Black Switch)*
884102013560: SGK-6000-GKCR1 (Red Switch)*
884102013560: SGK-6000-GKCG1 (Green Switch)*
|Notice||* The availability of CHERRY MX switch types will vary based on region.|
For gaming, Trigger is now our go to keyboard. The Cherry Blue MX switches are accurate and don’t add any fatigue over long periods of use. The 6 key anti-ghosting rollover, 1000Hz driverless polling/1ms response time, 5 macro keys, and so on, give Trigger added valuable features. "
It may lack a bit in some areas of functionality but it makes up for that with overall quality and reasonable price. If you asked me whether it is worth buying I would say “yes.”"
Despite some shortcomings in the CM Storm Trigger software and macro performance, the Trigger is still generally an excellent mechanical gaming keyboard, matching and slightly beating my long-time favorite Razer Black Widow Ultimate in some areas and lagging in others.
All in all it's a viable alternative to the Razer BlackWidow, and if Coolermaster fixes the keystroke macro playback issue I would potentially recommend it over the BlackWidow. Until then it's still a pretty close race between the two and both are worth considering."
"Thanks to a good balance of design, utility, convenience, and performance, they’ve come up with a solid competitor in the CM Storm Trigger that is easy to recommend to gamers shopping at or around this price point."
"The CM Trigger is a great mechanical keyboard for FPS players. It features full illumination, a precise response (as befitting a mechanical keyboard), and spare USB ports."
I used the CM Storm Trigger alongside the CM Storm Sentinel Advance II mouse, a 1-2 combo I cannot recommend enough."
|-||CM Storm Trigger App 1.2|
|-||CM Storm Trigger App 1.1|
|-||CM Storm Trigger App 1.0|
|-||CM Storm Trigger Product Sheet|
|-||I Cant record OTF macros!|
|-||Why won't my PC boot with Trigger connected?|
|-||I cant assign advanced functions to any key!|
|-||I cant assign single key functions / remap the keyboard keys!|
|-||Nothing I program to my Keyboard seems to work!|
|-||How can I switch between Keyboard Profiles?|
|-||How large are Macros on Trigger?|
|-||How many Keyboard Profiles and Macros can i store on Trigger?|
|-||Why doesnt Trigger work with all USB cables?|
|-||How does OTF (on the fly) Macro Recording work?|
|-||What are the different Macro execution modes on Trigger?|
|-||Whats the native resolution of Keyboard Profile images?|
|-||Which languages does the Trigger App support?|
|-||How can I restore my Keyboard to its default settings?|
|-||Trigger stops working when i insert a USB stick or HDD|
|-||How many Brightness settings does Triggers LED Backlight have?|
|-||Why does the Trigger App scan for new OTF Macros all the time?|
|-||Will there be additional keycaps available for purchase?|
|-||What LED modes are supported on the Trigger?|
|-||How do I properly attach the wrist rest?|
|-||Is the Trigger software required to use the keyboard?|
|-||What CHERRY MX Switches will be available with the Trigger launch? Will there be other switch types offered?|
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