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FNATIC STREAK65 – Compact RGB 60 Gaming Mechanical Keyboard – Speed Switches – 65% Layout (60 65 Percent)- Low Profile – Esports Keyboard (US Layout, QWERTY) STREAK65 FNATIC SPEED

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FNATIC LOW PROFILE SWITCHES: Linear and silent, ultra fast switches, offering just 1.0mm actuation distance and reduced total travel for faster multi-presse whilst providing significantly improved hand ergonomics.
65% FORM FACTOR: The super compact build allows you to maximise your desk and mouse space whilst maintaning arrow keys and full functionality. All typical keyboard actions are available on a smart FN layer.
FULL RGB LIGHTING: 8+ easily activated instant lighting modes supporting 16.8 million color options, all stored on-board. Lighting performance is maximised with custom low profile keycaps. The OP software allows for easy customizations.
ONBOARD MEMORY AND PROFILES: Store up to 4 profiles to hold your custom lighting modes, key bindings, and macros. Choose to customise with or without the software and store it directly to the keyboard.
BUILT BY FNATIC, THE LEADERS IN E-SPORTS: Fnatic is a leader in the professional esports movement. Our professional gamers have won thousands of tournaments across 20 different games including League of Legends, Dota 2, Rainbow 6 Siege and CS:GO. We design our premium gaming gear with our pros’ feedback in mind, so you know you’re getting the best quality.


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Number of Buttons: 68. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 12.5 x 4.27 x 0.87 inches. Number of Keys: 68. Keyboard backlighting color support: RGB. Color: FNATIC SPEED. Brand: Fnatic. Included Components: USB Cable. Compatible Devices: PC, Mac, PlayStation. Special Feature: Programmable Keys. Keyboard Description: US. Date First Available: November 19, 2020. Best Sellers Rank: #6,747 in Video Games. Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 820 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars. Item model number: FNATIC STREAK65. Country of Origin: China. ASIN: B08NTRGNK3. Manufacturer: Fnatic Gear. Item Weight: 14.5 ounces. Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 4.27 x 0.87 inches.

Specification: FNATIC STREAK65 – Compact RGB 60 Gaming Mechanical Keyboard – Speed Switches – 65% Layout (60 65 Percent)- Low Profile – Esports Keyboard (US Layout, QWERTY) STREAK65 FNATIC SPEED

Weight 14.5 lbs
Dimensions 12.5 × 4.27 × 0.87 in

9 reviews for FNATIC STREAK65 – Compact RGB 60 Gaming Mechanical Keyboard – Speed Switches – 65% Layout (60 65 Percent)- Low Profile – Esports Keyboard (US Layout, QWERTY) STREAK65 FNATIC SPEED

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  1. ClockRocket

    Update 4/6/2021: After writing my recent review, I noticed that there are not that many of these keyboards left and at the this time it appears that if you want a miniStreak, you have to get MX Silent Reds. I thought I could use a change of pace, so I ordered one. The silent red switch is a game changer! It is significantly quieter than the MX Browns, and it sounds nicer too. For gaming, I definately prefer the linear feel. For typing, it took a while to get used to, but I increased my WPM from around 60-65wpm to a consistent 70-75wpm. I also went down a rabbit hole with mechanical keyboards and modding them. In the week I have owned the Silent Red miniStreak, I have added foam to the inside of the bottom plate, lubed the switches and stabilizers, added foam to the spacebar, and added a set of the Glorious PBT keycaps. I have never used a truly premium custom board, but I imagine this is a taste of what that is like. If you are thinking about getting one of these, I would snap one up now. Best Buy also has a few left for around $75. At that price, you are getting a great feeling keyboard, relatively small, and very durable. Last point, my old MX Brown is still kicking. I gave it a really thorough deep clean, performed the same mods, did a function test and put it in the closet as a backup. I really really hope Fnatic gets back in the peripheral game with some vigor. It seems like they make great gear when they put their mind to it. Fnatic Clutch 3 Ultralight mouse would be top on my list lol. Update 3/16/2021: I have been using this keyboard since May 2019. Since March 2020, I have been using this keyboard all day long for work, and lot of times in the evening for gaming. It has not skipped a beat, never lost programming, no dead keys. It still works like its brand new. I also have it hooked up to a KVM switch to go between my work laptop and my gaming PC. It never hiccups when I switch it over and it has probably been switched at least 500 times in the last year. I think I am going to keep using it until something breaks just to see if/when that happens. Side note: I do clean it with an air compressor and alcohol wipes about once every six months. Let me start by saying that I love this keyboard. This is my second TKL keyboard (I also have a Cooler Master CK530 w/ Gateron Reds). This is probably my 10th mechanical keyboard as well. So I have used quite a few over the years and I have a pretty good idea of what I like and don’t like. I am just going to hit a few bullet points on what I really liked and add a little tip at the end: Pros: +Great software! It is really easy to use and doesn’t need to run all the time. Setting up my lighting scheme was easy, and it was easy to setup different profiles as well. You can easily switch profiles on the keyboard too. +Removable cable. Very handy to have. I can move the entire keyboard out of the way quickly and easily if I want to use my entire desk. Alternatively, you could get a second USB-C cable and easily travel with it. +Low profile body. This makes for a very comfortable keyboard. I didn’t think it would matter at first, but it really is a game changer for me. +Very compact. It’s a TKL keyboard, so it is already freeing up some extra space for your mouse. However, it doesn’t have any extra fluff around the edges, so you get just that much more space for your mouse. +Amazing stabilizers. Any stabilized key, especially the spacebar, are a joy to use. This is another thing that I noticed early, but didn’t put much thought into. Now, I really don’t want to use a mechanical keyboard that doesn’t have this level of stabilization. Cons: -Caps lock indicator is kinda hard to see. Maybe move it up a few millimeters? -Doesn’t seem like there is a way to dim the keyboard other than going into gaming mode. Maybe this can be fixed with a software update? -While there are media keys when using the FN button, I would really love to see a dedicated volume up/down key. -I couldn’t find a comfortable position to use the wrist rest. It isn’t really necessary anyway, and your mileage may vary. Pretty good right? I think so, easily the best keyboard I have bought since the original Logitech G710+. Next time I feel like I need a full size keyboard, I am just getting the bigger version of this. I would suggest you shop around though. Certain other blue and yellow stores have this keyboard for $90 at their regular price (or less if you go open box). Just something to keep in mind.Read more

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  2. Jimbo

    30 days in and 3 buttons regularly do not function when pressed. *UPDATE* Replacement felt like an entirely different keyboard. As if the original keyboard was used or highly defective. Every button had a different feel. I have updated my score to reflect the new keyboard but removed a star for having to replace it once. *UPDATE 2* Within a week the keys felt sloppy and started missing presses like the previous. I can’t recommend this product to anyone as it can’t even handle a weeks worth of minimal use. Score dropped to a 1 star.Read more

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  3. Jesse

    Not sure why this keyboard is priced the way it is, especially with the free advertising FNATIC is getting from having their branding all over every side of this thing . All I use is low profile mechanical keyboards, and this is no better than ones I’ve used for much less (like $60-$80 range). While the switches are low profile, the base of the keyboard itself is pretty thick so the keys are still higher from the desk than any of my other low profile keyboards, so my wrist is bent more using this than other low profiles. The switches are good, but I prefer the standard kailh low profile red switches, as they feel like they take less force to actuate than these, but that’s really just personal preference. The biggest issue though; for this board being one of the higher priced low profile MK’s I own, its the only one with ABS keycaps, which you can’t even buy replacements for on this thing. Terrible idea here. Enjoy the slick greasy feeling of these keys just after a few days of use. The keycaps are also more concaved than any of my others, so that may be something you prefer. Personally its not something I enjoy, as then I feel like I have to lift my finger out of the keycap a bit rather than just quickly sliding my finger to another key like when they’re flatter. Again, that’s really personal preference though so I’m not knocking the keyboard for this, I’m just giving the heads up. Oh also the software is terrible. Been in beta for months and seems like they’re not doing much to improve it.Read more

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  4. Nivek One

    If quiet is what you are looking for, the cherry red silent switches is where to go. With a linear actuator, and no click feel, the keys just flow. I added O rings to the key caps, and dropped the sound in half. This may take a bit to get used to as even giving the keyboard a sharp look seems to register a keystroke, but it’s what you expect for a performance keyboard. The back lighting is simple, but I’m a touch typist and prefer to look at the screen. It does include a wrist rest that lasted 5 minutes before I took it off due to poor angle and loose clips. Other than that, I’m purchasing a second one for work.Read more

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  5. Mr. G. French

    I’ve been hunting for a smaller format keyboard for a while, either a TKL or smaller. I had a Qisan Magicforce 68 for a few days but the gateron blue switches were terrible quality and it got shipped back. I was initially a bit put off with this Fnatic because it’s a gaming keyboard, which is not what it was going to be used for, produced by a gaming team. But I’m glad I took the risk because it’s a great little keyboard with a small footprint. The cherry blue switches are consistent and loud as expected, much better than the gaterons which came with the Qisan. The backlighting is bright and clear. The keys themselves are not doubleshot PBT so might get shiny later on, but but I’m changing the kaycaps for some puddings anyway (hence choosing a US layout, for the better aftermarket keycap options). The only complaint I would have is that the wrist rest tray is a bit fiddly to attach, e.g. after travelling and setting up again. There is a technique of lining it up and turning the wrist rest tray, popping it on, but it could be a bit easier. The flexibility of the tray is great though, even if only the third position (greatest extent) is the only practical one for me. Overall this is a great TKL. I also considered getting a ducky one2 or a Razor TKL (the latter losing out due to the non-standard bottom row, since I was planning on changing the keycaps).Read more

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  6. Thomas P.

    Don’t take the 4 star review as a slight on the product; it’s really about my subtle experience with this keyboard. I needed to replace a keyboard with Cherry MX Blue switches (my son wanted it back) and knew I wanted a quieter keyboard. This led me to consider the Cherry MX Red and Brown switches, which I found people stating that they were roughly the same noise level (they aren’t, but that’s another matter). So I found this keyboard, it had decent reviews, Red switches, and I thought it might be a good choice. It was a very weird experience going to this keyboard from Blue switches. The keystroke seems much smoother than with the Blue, and seems to take a lot less force. This had the effect of making me think it was easier to make mistakes if my typing wasn’t accurate, and I felt my accuracy was really dependent on hand position. In fact, I wound up finding myself gravitating to position my hands as perpendicular to the keyboard as possible, which started generating some wrist pain. I’ve had to make an effort to allow my hands remain in line with my arms, all because I felt like I really had to be positioned well to type properly. This turned out not to be the case, however. Once I started using the keyboard in earnest, my accuracy and fluency went up and so did my typing speed. So while I initially was unsure about the keyboard, I found it growing on me over the course of only one day. Also, it’s very quiet, and I’m finding that I like that aspect a lot more than I thought I would. So I think I can probably live with this keyboard as it’s odd effect on me is diminishing. The feel has been a bit alien but has been growing on me. However, I’m not 100% sold. I decided to buy the version of this keyboard with MX Brown switches just to compare. I may keep both, or return the Brown, but I can tell you the Browns on this keyboard are a good bit louder (not as loud as the Blues). It’s acceptable, and there is something to like in the greater resistance of the Brown switches that gives the sense of interacting with something more substantial than the Reds. Both seem solid products, but I’m finding these small personal prefs is making hard to instantly like this keyboard. Edit: After having lived with this keyboard and the variant with Red MX Cherry switches for a good while, I have to say that it’s really grown on me, and that I tend to prefer using this one over the Red. So my hesitation is gone, and I’m probably going to buy another one to sit at home to connect to my laptop there.Read more

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  7. Cameron Ellwood

    I have been using they keyboard for a couple days now for work and for gaming. I have found this keyboard to be very nice to use and the fast switches great for work and for play. My only problem is being a left handed user myself is that the left shift can feel a little scratchy when being pressed in the corners. However most users who play right handed would not experience this issue. The Switches are a combo between Fnatic and Kailh. They are there low profile choc V2 that are fairly new switches. They feel great and nice to type on the sound is more of a liner one and doesn’t get annoying when using for hours throughout the day. I myself have lubed the stabs some more to take the scratchyness out of them and used 1 level of Orings on all the keys to provide some extra dampening and sound. Which makes them feel and sound a little better in my opinion. The keycaps are ABS which isn’t great but wont be long until you can buy some nice Low profile keycaps I’m sure. They are cheery switch compatible.Read more

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  8. Ritvars

    As a first ever mechanical keyboard for me, I feel like this was a good entry point, being not too cheap to hinder the experience and at the same time not too expensive to break the bank. The Cherry MX Silent Red Switches really are silent, but they are not tactile as opposed to my last membrane keyboard. RGB is very colorful and Game Mode with a dedicated key is a nice touch (it disables Windows key). If you come from using membrane keyboards all your life, the switch will feel weird at first, took me a week or so to get back my typing speed and overall feel for it.Read more

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  9. Raaj Patil

    The keyboard has a very premium feel to it and the build quality is very solid. The red silent switches are super quiet and flow well, though they take some time to get used to. The wrist-rest is good and along with the keyboard is compact and portable. The software is optional (which is great), but is pretty decent for modifying key binds and lighting.Read more

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