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Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard Review

Rating: 9.0.

Corsair have a history of impressing us with their gaming keyboards. Their new flagship, the K95 RGB Platinum, features per-key RGB backlighting, a new LightEdge LED bar at the top of the keyboard, as well as an aluminium body and dedicated media keys. There are actually so many features I could not possibly list them all in this introductory paragraph – so let’s dive right into the review!

On paper, the Corsair K95 RGB Platinum is a very impressive keyboard and you can bet I was looking forward to get my hands on it for this review. Read on for a complete look at all the new features, the software and the day-to-day experience of using the new flagship from Corsair.


  • Aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame, built to withstand a lifetime of gaming
  • 8MB profile storage with hardware macro and lighting playback allow access to up to three stored profiles on the go, independent of external software
  • Per-key RGB backlighting and 19-zone LightEdge delivers dynamic and vibrant lighting effects with virtually unlimited customization
  • 100% CHERRY MX Speed RGB mechanical key switches with ultra-fast 1.2mm actuation
  • 6 programmable G-keys for in-game macros
  • USB Pass-through port provides convenient access to an additional USB port for your mouse or headset
  • Detachable, dual-sided, soft-touch wrist rest provides two different surfaces for optimal comfort
  • Dedicated multimedia and volume controls to adjust your audio without interrupting your game
  • 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover ensures your commands and simultaneous keystrokes always register the way you intended
  • CUE support enables sophisticated macro programming and dynamic, multicolour lighting effects
  • Windows Key Lock mode ensures interruption-free gaming
  • Textured and contoured FPS/MOBA keycap sets provide maximum grip and enhanced feel


  • Key Switches: Cherry MX Speed RGB, mechanical, 45g actuation force, 1.2mm actuation distance, rated at 50M operations, gold cross-point contacts
  • Backlight: Individually lit and per key programmable
  • LED Colour: RGB
  • USB Pass-through: Yes
  • Report Rate: Up to 1ms
  • Matrix: 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover on USB
  • On-Board Profiles: Yes, Three
  • Media keys: Six dedicated multimedia keys, incl. Volume Up/Down roller
  • Windows Lock key: Yes
  • Wrist rest: Full length, detachable, dual-sided with soft touch finish
  • CUE (Software): Enabled
  • Cable: Braided Fibre
  • Dimensions: (w/out wrist rest) 465(L) x 171(W) x 36(H) mm / 18.3”(L) x 6.7”(W) x 1.40”(H)

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  • mazty

    Considering the awful reliability of Corsair keyboards – D.O.A, dying LEDs etc, I can categorically say that the £194.99 price is almost certainly not worth it.

  • Jason Kane

    “I think the feature-set justifies the price”

    Nothing, fuck all, justifies a price of £200 for a keyboard.

  • Si C

    £195!??? GTFO…

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  • Matt

    I love my K70 RGB have had no issues with it. its almost 2 years & going strong.