Test/review: Razer Huntsman V3 Pro

This is the first time we have tested the Razer brand in Overclocking. Until then, we had not had the opportunity to have one of their devices in our hands. Today, that issue is resolved as we welcome the Huntsman V3 Pro keyboard to the newsroom. This is a 100% format keyboard that benefits from commute optical and analog. Furthermore, it is equipped with premium components such as aluminum, for example. In short, it has everything, in theory, to satisfy us.

So how much is this worth? Hunter V3 Pro from Razer? Answer in our full test!

Technical characteristics:

Razer’s Huntsman V3 Pro keyboard measures 445 x 139 x 39mm without palmrest and weighs 880g. It is therefore lighter than the previous one K70 Core of Corsair (934 g) and that the Vulcan II previously tested (1.14 kg). Here with the Razer keyboard we are dealing with optical and analog switches while the keys are in double injection PBT.


Of course, it is also equipped with RGB LED which can be customized through the brand’s software. In addition, this model has a magnetic palm rest in synthetic leather and a coated cable.

Despite everything, the Huntsman V3 Pro also has internal memory, allowing you to store up to 6 different profiles. Like any self-respecting keyboard, this keyboard features N-Key rollover with Anti-ghost it is a polling rate 1GHz.

Recommended system:

To use the Huntsman V3 Pro, you will need at least one USB-A port and a Windows 10 64-bit operating system or higher. Likewise, as you might suspect, an internet connection is required to download brand management software.

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