Discussion in 'Building a new PC' started by Praetor, May 29, 2004.
You don't know where I live
Shipping would be more than nehalem itself
And customs would keep it for like a year trying to figure out what it was
If you sit the same the same distance from the 20" and 22" monitors at the same resolution. The 20" monitor is sharper.
That is a fact by optic-physics, but biology physics and how fine the eye can see, it might not be true, that is still an on-going argument.
I favor 20" monitors, and If i was going to get bigger I would get a 24" to get the smallest screen size+highest resolution to make it the sharpest.
Also why I favor 37" 1080p TV's the most.
Dude, you don't know how much fun a 30" Monitor is until you have used one.
It is preference, and no, I don't know. but I hope everything I said puts some stuff into perspective.
But people go nuts over having huge tv's/monitors these days when it doesn't equate.
How far do you sit from your 30" ? Is it at a regular computer desk, Because I can't see that being ideal for my situation.
I dont have one anymore
Sold them all! I just use a laptop now. I sit like a foot away from it ahha.
For overall IQ, a 22" screen is excellent. I really wouldn't mind owning one as a secondary monitor. But my 24" Dell is better than any 22" I've ever seen. Pack the 1920 x 1200(higher than HD) resolution into a 24" monitor and you make HDTV look like a child's coloring book. It may not be a big screen, but it looks a hundred times crisper and is well big enough to sit on my desk and fill my field of view.
The 42"+ HDTVs look like crap honestly. You need to be sat quite a ways away to make it look like HD. Very grainy and pixellated. Even when I was playing PC games on my sister's 50" screen, they needed AA badly. Luckily, AA cleans up the image considerably.
That is exactly what I am saying.
I just like the 20" though as my primary because I sit relatively close to my computer, a 24" is too big for my viewing distance. (I think it is for a lot of people and they don't realize it). My secondary is a 37" 1080p which is further away.
See this chart http://www.carltonbale.com/wp-content/uploads/resolution_chart.png, also 24" is 1080p HD, not all HD's (1440p, however unnecessary will be a marketing boost sometime in the near future, maybe when the OLEDs are mainstream)
this thread has been taken over by screen and res. talk.
I wouldn't mid having a 22" monitor with a res of 1650x1080, as I am used to using 1024x768, and now for the last few months 1280x800.
It would be good enough, JUST AS LONG AS I WIN!!!!!!!
For reference, the 30" monitor at 2560x1600 has a higher pixels per inch count to both a 20" 1680x1050 and 24" 1920x1200. (101 versus 99 and 94 respectively). I sit further from mine than usual, but not by much, it's about 16-20 inches perhaps.
you know one u see the 30" in action, ones 24" seems pathetic...
at least i have the inches where the ladies get impressed by
Forget screen size
that's all that counts
I'll just take your word for that if you don't mind.... º_º
It's not ALL that matters, only to some people
How bout we stop talkin about this now???
I'm not really into talking bout the whole inches below
How would the dream rig I HOPE TO WIN!!!!!! handle new games and stuff like crysis, and grid??
1440p - is that actually going to become a mainstream resolution? I would love it if it does, that's pixel perfect to fit on a 30" PC monitor, 2560 horizontal pixels
First time I heard of this, higher than 1080P
What is it being tried with??? movies/games??
lol You guys are wierd.
So stuff about nehalem kinda died down didn't it? It was supposed to come out Oct. 30th, but obviously that didn't happen.
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