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  • 04/01/2020

    Okay, so overall, I’m pleased, it came and it works, no complaints. However my stabilizers don’t fit in the left shift. I know this is the PCB’s problem as I checked the same stab in del/enter and it fits perfect, however the holes for the stab to fit through are too small? I’ll attach a picture to try help explain. If you want a DZ60 check elsewhere on another website. I’ve now had to consider having no stab on l shift or changing my layout to have 1.25u 1u left shift because of this!

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  • 23/02/2020

    This is crap. I did not read the comments before buying, so I ended up with a ripoff that doesn't have all the buttons programmed, some backlight LED don't even light up and I don't know how to fix any of this. Also, the shift holes for the stabelizers are not of correct size. Don't buy!

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  • 29/06/2020

    Received item in good condition after 6 business day shipping to Philippines. Tested and works well albeit Ive yet to complete my build. Thumbs up!

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  • 20/01/2022

    Really solid PCB and great with 5 pin support IDK what people were saying about the shift stab not fitting it fit perfectly in mine

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  • 05/02/2022

    This is not a dz60, it's a yd60mq 16led. I spent way too long trying to figure out why the keyboard stopped functioning correctly after flashing. You need to select ydm60mq 16led, not dz60.

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  • 24/07/2020

    !IMPORTANT! This PCB is not an original DZ60. It is a YD60MQ. When programming the PCB, enter reset mode by a button found on the underside of the PCB (not “b”+spacebar like a normal DZ60). Also when programming use YD60MQ config not DZ60 config. The board has under-glow RGB however after programming, 2 LEDs at the bottom left stopped working (they are functional however aren’t picked up by the programming so they remain off). This is a common fault with the PCB so expect it to happen. This will only matter to you if you have an acrylic/transparent case (and even then, it can be hidden by certain RGB modes like partial breathing). All in all, if you’re expecting a DZ60 you will be very disappointed. But if you’re a newcomer to custom boards expecting a basic PCB that will gets the job done, then this product satisfies quite well.

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  • 07/01/2021

    As per others only discovered not real DZ after unboxing. the USB sensor does give manufacturer as DZTECH. I was able to flash with bot the dz60 and Yd60mq_16led. In the end I went with yd60mq_ansi layout just to ensure i have all the functionality of Faux DZ60. Having been a Pok3r user I soldered my MX keys to the same location as my Pok3r added LED backlight to keys. Then proceeded to map the keys to 2 layers as per my current setupup. All went well so likely would recommend the board at any discounted or coupon price as an alternative to other 60 boards.

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  • 03/11/2020

    It was pain but after long searching I find out how this (probably) YD60mq PCB is possible to flash. QMK doesnt work for me with 12/16 yd60mq. As support wrote me in emails , about using DZ 60 templates - it is not working at all. Final solution is use https://kbfirmware.com/ and after than use GK64 template which you can find on the internet. Default setting is not correct. But is not hard to change it and compile it and than flash it ... Good Luck. :)

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  • 12/07/2020

    Quality seems okay, board seems fine, but only after I realized from reviews this isn't actually a DZ60 it is a YD60. This isn't VIA compatible at the moment, and you'll need to flash the YD60mq firmware from QMK to get everything working properly. I thought I had a borked board until I realised this. I wish Banggood would update the listing to reflect the board properly.

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  • 24/06/2020

    This is my second one, since QMK updated YD60MQ config to 16 leds and iso/ansi layout its so easy to flash and use. Will by a third one for a build to my friend.

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