Review: Razer Huntsman V3 Pro


This is the first time we are testing a Razer product on Overclocking. Until now, we hadn’t had the opportunity to get our hands on a Razer peripheral. That problem has now been solved, as we welcome the Huntsman V3 Pro keyboard to our editorial team. This is a 100% format keyboard with optical and analog switches . It’s also equipped with premium components such as aluminum. In short, it has everything, in theory, to satisfy us.

So, what is this Huntsman V3 Pro from Razer worth? Find out in our full review!

Technical specifications :

Razer’s Huntsman V3 Pro keyboard measures 445 x 139 x 39 mm without wrist rest and weighs 880 g. This is lighter than Corsair’s latest K70 Core (934 g) and the previously tested Vulcan II (1.14 kg). Here, with Razer’s keyboard, we’re dealing with optical and analog switches, while the keycaps are made of double-injection PBT.

Of course, it’s also equipped with RGB LEDs that can be customized via the brand’s software. In addition, this model features a magnetic leatherette wrist rest and a sheathed cable.

Nevertheless, the Huntsman V3 Pro also has an internal memory, enabling it to store up to 6 different profiles. Like any self-respecting keyboard, this one features N-Key Rollover technology with Anti-Ghosting and a 1 GHz polling rate .

Recommended system:

To use the Huntsman V3 Pro, you’ll need at least a USB-A port and a Windows 10 64-bit or higher operating system. As you’d expect, it also requires an Internet connection to download the brand’s management software.