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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #250 on: Tue, 09 April 2013, 20:07:51 »
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #251 on: Tue, 09 April 2013, 20:08:05 »
For all of you with IPS monitors, how much a difference are there between those and normal monitors? I really wanna upgrade soon and wanna know if it's worth it to get the 2560x1440
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #252 on: Tue, 09 April 2013, 20:30:46 »
For all of you with IPS monitors, how much a difference are there between those and normal monitors? I really wanna upgrade soon and wanna know if it's worth it to get the 2560x1440

Looking at my eIPS U2412M and an older Samsung Syncmaster TN panel, there's a pretty significant difference in color reproduction. The Samsung is noticeably more yellow on all but the very lowest brightness setting. Viewing Angles are also a lot better, but that's one of the main properties of the IPS Panel. As far as refresh rates, I haven't seen anything very different from when I was using the TN Panel as my primary. I definitely think that IPS is worth it, though I'm personally staying away from glossy panels.
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #253 on: Tue, 09 April 2013, 21:14:30 »
1920 x 1080 on my Home/Gaming Comp

1366 x 768 on my School Laptop (free laptop at least  :p)

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #254 on: Wed, 10 April 2013, 15:42:08 »
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #255 on: Fri, 12 April 2013, 12:06:19 »
1920x1080 23" LG. I would love to have a tri-monitor setup though!

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What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #256 on: Fri, 12 April 2013, 12:56:15 »
I run a Dell 27" IPS screen at 2560 x 1440 on my home Pc. My work PC runs a standard Lg 24" at 1920 x 1080 which does the job

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #257 on: Fri, 12 April 2013, 13:36:13 »
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #258 on: Fri, 12 April 2013, 16:11:14 »
At work, four screens:
Left and Right Main screens: Soyo Topaz S (MVA) 24" @ 1920x1200 (5+ years old. Really nice for the price point, even today.)
Left Aux screen: Dell P2312H (TN?) 22" @ 1920x1080 (official work-provided screen. Really unimpressive.)
Right Aux: Dell 1908FP 19" (TN?) @ 1024x1280 (nice in portrait mode for e-mail)

At home, four screens:
Center: IBM T221 (IPS) @ 3840x2400 at 41Hz (amazingly beautiful and really hard to drive)
Left and Right: Samsung 2343BWX (TN?) @ 2048x1152 (nice quality panels)
Right Aux: IBM ThinkVision L170p (TFT) @ 1024x1280 (vertical for e-mail) (rotates well, old IBM LCD are pre-TN and look nice at any angle).
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #259 on: Wed, 17 April 2013, 11:27:06 »
At work, four screens:
Left and Right Main screens: Soyo Topaz S (MVA) 24" @ 1920x1200 (5+ years old. Really nice for the price point, even today.)
Left Aux screen: Dell P2312H (TN?) 22" @ 1920x1080 (official work-provided screen. Really unimpressive.)
Right Aux: Dell 1908FP 19" (TN?) @ 1024x1280 (nice in portrait mode for e-mail)

At home, four screens:
Center: IBM T221 (IPS) @ 3840x2400 at 41Hz (amazingly beautiful and really hard to drive)
Left and Right: Samsung 2343BWX (TN?) @ 2048x1152 (nice quality panels)
Right Aux: IBM ThinkVision L170p (TFT) @ 1024x1280 (vertical for e-mail) (rotates well, old IBM LCD are pre-TN and look nice at any angle).

Thanks for sharing I'm curious to know how you utilize four screens?

Got any pics? And what video car/external dongle solution are you using?

I've been using three monitors for a while but have considering getting another.....just because!

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #260 on: Thu, 18 April 2013, 17:32:50 »
Been in a traders office before. Most of the traders had between 8 to 10 monitors at each desk (though I think each person had two computers to drive all the monitors).
So if you're trading stocks, its not uncommon to have 4+ screens running.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #261 on: Thu, 18 April 2013, 17:59:16 »
Currently main desktop is a 19" 1440x900. VGA. Was in the market for a new screen recently but then mechanical keyboards. Meh, it's serving me well at the moment :D

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #262 on: Thu, 18 April 2013, 19:42:31 »
on my main pc i've got a vizio 42" @1920 x 1080

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #263 on: Fri, 19 April 2013, 13:28:53 »
Well, this thread's been necro'd a few times...but I guess I might as well post.

Main desktop:
-24" Sony GDM-FW900 (1920x1200 at 85 Hz by default, but I could run 2304x1440 at 80 Hz, 2560x1600 at 60 Hz, 1920x1080 at 100 Hz, or lower resolutions at up to 160 Hz)

Retrogaming desktop:
-21" Sun GDM-5410 (1600x1200 at 95 Hz)

Convertible Tablet PC:
-12" HP EliteBook 2730p w/BOE098B panel (1280x800 at...58.5 Hz, thus breaking a few games that insist on a 60 Hz minimum refresh rate? At least it's AFFS+!)

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #264 on: Fri, 19 April 2013, 19:30:50 »
GDM-FW900 24" 16:10 Trinitron CRT 1920x1200@85Hz
IBM T221 22.1" 16:10 LCD 3840x2400@48Hz
LG F900P 19" 4:3 Flatron CRT 1600x1200@85Hz
BenQ G2400W 16:10 LCD 1920x1200@60Hz

But, I often run the CRTs using custom modelines with vertical sync at a multiple of 23.976 to get alias free frame synchronisation.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #265 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 00:38:52 »
At work, four screens:
Left and Right Main screens: Soyo Topaz S (MVA) 24" @ 1920x1200 (5+ years old. Really nice for the price point, even today.)
Left Aux screen: Dell P2312H (TN?) 22" @ 1920x1080 (official work-provided screen. Really unimpressive.)
Right Aux: Dell 1908FP 19" (TN?) @ 1024x1280 (nice in portrait mode for e-mail)

At home, four screens:
Center: IBM T221 (IPS) @ 3840x2400 at 41Hz (amazingly beautiful and really hard to drive)
Left and Right: Samsung 2343BWX (TN?) @ 2048x1152 (nice quality panels)
Right Aux: IBM ThinkVision L170p (TFT) @ 1024x1280 (vertical for e-mail) (rotates well, old IBM LCD are pre-TN and look nice at any angle).

Thanks for sharing I'm curious to know how you utilize four screens?

Got any pics? And what video car/external dongle solution are you using?

I've been using three monitors for a while but have considering getting another.....just because!

At work: C# and SQL on left and right screens. E-mail, calendar on the portrait to the far right (out of immediate focus and less distracting). On the far left, SQL Profiler, task manager, Debug Trace, etc.

From left to right it's:  Status, C#, SQL, E-mail.

At work, I've got a Dell Optiplex 990 with a single AMD video card (a 5450, I think). It has a DMS-59 output, which splits to dual DVI. It also has an on-board/on-chip integrated Intel video that drives a DisplayPort and VGA port on the motherboard. I recently learned that through some magic BIOS incantations and installing drivers in a very specific order, that one can drive all four video ports (Dual-DVI, DisplayPort, and VGA).

I've also used USB DisplayLink video converters (drives a 1900x1200 screen via a USB 2.0 port). These are handy but have some limitations (no video acceleration).

At home, driving the IBM T221 is super tricky and a long and expensive story...
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #266 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 05:54:30 »
Dell Ultrasharp U2711 @ 2560x1440 for everything.
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #267 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 07:29:27 »
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #268 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 08:27:28 »
At work, four screens:
Left and Right Main screens: Soyo Topaz S (MVA) 24" @ 1920x1200 (5+ years old. Really nice for the price point, even today.)
Left Aux screen: Dell P2312H (TN?) 22" @ 1920x1080 (official work-provided screen. Really unimpressive.)
Right Aux: Dell 1908FP 19" (TN?) @ 1024x1280 (nice in portrait mode for e-mail)

At home, four screens:
Center: IBM T221 (IPS) @ 3840x2400 at 41Hz (amazingly beautiful and really hard to drive)
Left and Right: Samsung 2343BWX (TN?) @ 2048x1152 (nice quality panels)
Right Aux: IBM ThinkVision L170p (TFT) @ 1024x1280 (vertical for e-mail) (rotates well, old IBM LCD are pre-TN and look nice at any angle).

Thanks for sharing I'm curious to know how you utilize four screens?

Got any pics? And what video car/external dongle solution are you using?

I've been using three monitors for a while but have considering getting another.....just because!

At work: C# and SQL on left and right screens. E-mail, calendar on the portrait to the far right (out of immediate focus and less distracting). On the far left, SQL Profiler, task manager, Debug Trace, etc.

From left to right it's:  Status, C#, SQL, E-mail.

At work, I've got a Dell Optiplex 990 with a single AMD video card (a 5450, I think). It has a DMS-59 output, which splits to dual DVI. It also has an on-board/on-chip integrated Intel video that drives a DisplayPort and VGA port on the motherboard. I recently learned that through some magic BIOS incantations and installing drivers in a very specific order, that one can drive all four video ports (Dual-DVI, DisplayPort, and VGA).

I've also used USB DisplayLink video converters (drives a 1900x1200 screen via a USB 2.0 port). These are handy but have some limitations (no video acceleration).

At home, driving the IBM T221 is super tricky and a long and expensive story...

Thank you so much for the reply.

I'm sad to say I am now back to only having two monitors and I'm still deciding if I can stand it but for some reason with three I was experiencing a lot of eyes strain and I felt sorry for a coworker who only had a laptop screen.

The way I had mine setup is left to right, a quad file browser window with an occasional chat box , my engineering apps, and email/web browsers and pallets from the engineering software. Also was using an quadro FX1800 and a generic radeon 5450.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #269 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 08:41:30 »
1920x1080

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #270 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 09:26:47 »
3840x1200 - two Dell u2412m on an Atdec double-arm mount.
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #271 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 13:00:36 »
1680x1050  at the moment. :-[

In the next weeks i'm going to buy a new 27" display with 2560x1440. ;D

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #272 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 15:23:42 »
2560x1440 on my ASUS PB278Q

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #273 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 15:26:58 »
1680x1050 Dell 2209WA IPS running at an astonishing 75hz!

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #274 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 16:08:01 »
1600 x 900 on my Sony Vaio S13A or 1920 x 1080 on my LG IPS236V.

Sadly, I'm still a student, so a desktop isn't feasible at the moment :(.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #275 on: Sat, 20 April 2013, 21:11:19 »
1920x1200 on a cheap 28in I-inc monitor. Saving up to get a 2560x1440 monitor
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What is Your Screen Resolution?
« Reply #276 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 11:43:48 »
So I was wondering what people run out there?  What res?  How many?  How do you use them?

I run 2048x1536 on a single Lacie electron22blueIV crt or on my other system 1980x1080 on a 22" lcd and a dell 17" lcd running 1600x1200.

I use the 2048x1536 like two 1024x1536 screens so there's always two windows tiled vertically.  For the lcds, I still do the same on the 1980x1080 with the vertical windows, but then use the 17" for additional systems that I'm rdping into.

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Re: What is Your Screen Resolution?
« Reply #278 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 11:53:18 »
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=5647.0
Dammit!  And I searched too! :(

Someone move my post to that thread please.


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« Reply #279 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 11:55:28 »
Just put the below in google :D

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Re: What is Your Screen Resolution?
« Reply #280 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 11:56:29 »
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=5647.0
Dammit!  And I searched too! :(

Someone move my post to that thread please.



my second post ever was in that this thread lol

and all my monitors were CRTs lmao

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Re: What is Your Screen Resolution?
« Reply #281 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 12:08:51 »
I think it's still a great thread topic.  I wonder why it died?

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #283 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 12:21:25 »
Home: 102.5 PPI. The same screen as my last post.
Work: only about 96 PPI on the big screens which I think is actually too little. ~150 PPI on the laptop.
My tablet: 283 PPI

I think that between 110 to 120 PPI or thereabouts would be ideal. Or double that with scaling.
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #284 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 13:00:06 »
Reading some of the responses from the first page was a bit of a throwback  :))

I'm not really sure what I'd define as "main computer" for me since I move between machines a lot...but my big rig at home is 2x 22" 1920x1080 and one 16" 1600x900

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #285 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 13:05:47 »
At home I'm using 2 30" ips monitors at 2560x1440... so ~97ppi.

At work I struggle using my work laptop's horrendous 1366x768 screen and try to quell my anger with a (most of the time) vertical orientation 22" ips at 1080x1920


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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #286 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 15:13:28 »
Interesting to see that while display technologies have changed quite a bit, resolutions are still around the same.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #287 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 18:47:13 »
Interesting to see that while display technologies have changed quite a bit, resolutions are still around the same.


A major problem is "color space"

we can still only replicate reliably 70% of the visible spectrum on these flat panels

to get more, we gotta go to Lasers, and they stop devleoping the laservue, because the n00bs all want "THIN" over performance..


Freakn' n00bs screwing it up for everyone, because they're to callous to choose the important aspect of A DISPLAY>.....



Instead of looking INTO a display, people are looking AT the display.. ****KKKKK... aghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #289 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 19:00:27 »
Interesting to see that while display technologies have changed quite a bit, resolutions are still around the same.


A major problem is "color space"

we can still only replicate reliably 70% of the visible spectrum on these flat panels

to get more, we gotta go to Lasers, and they stop devleoping the laservue, because the n00bs all want "THIN" over performance..


Freakn' n00bs screwing it up for everyone, because they're to callous to choose the important aspect of A DISPLAY>.....



Instead of looking INTO a display, people are looking AT the display.. ****KKKKK... aghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #290 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 20:39:51 »
29" @ 2560x1080. I am digging the ultra-wide aspect ratio.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #291 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 20:45:12 »
Same here. I don't I can go back to 16:9.

3440x1440 is where it's at.
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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #292 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 20:49:03 »
Same here. I don't I can go back to 16:9.

3440x1440 is where it's at.

One of those ultra-wide screens? Heck yes. They are amazing. I stare at them in envy any time I am in a Microsoft store :))

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #293 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 20:52:09 »
Same here. I don't I can go back to 16:9.

3440x1440 is where it's at.

I was looking at 3440x1440 monitors when I bought this and just couldn't bring myself to spend the extra money - first it's a monitor, then it's a better graphics card due to the higher resolution, then it's the cost of a casket when my wife kills me... it just didn't seem worth it. It must be super nice though; I'll get one eventually.

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #294 on: Fri, 23 October 2015, 21:23:51 »
I'm still working with most things in a 'portrait' orientation vs widescreen.  What's your mix of portrait/widescreen (landscape)?

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #295 on: Sat, 24 October 2015, 05:45:54 »
Whoa some of those names on the first few pages.

The original GH generation!

At home 1920x1200 and at work 1920x1080 + 1280x1024.
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Offline keshley

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #296 on: Sat, 24 October 2015, 11:19:06 »
Main monitor at home: 4096x2160.

Monitors at work: 1920x1200, 1920x1080.
  
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Offline ice31000

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #297 on: Sat, 24 October 2015, 11:43:58 »
1920 x 1080 on a 24'' Asus panel.
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Offline Incredigasmic

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #298 on: Sat, 24 October 2015, 12:39:45 »
2,560 x 1,440 27" ROG Swift
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Offline 1swt2gs

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Re: What's your main computer's screen resolution?
« Reply #299 on: Sat, 24 October 2015, 12:48:04 »
2880x1800

Weird resolution (MacBook Pro Retina)
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