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4 pixels, 2x2.*
Yes, my bad.
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post #62 of 78
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Okay. we have a mishap here. First of all, here are two factors we don't exactly agree on. First, that is software scaling and thus most likely not perfect, and will be distorted.

AND the most important one, you've misunderstood what I was saying. I was saying that if you are viewing strictly 1280x720 material, it doesn't matter if you view it through a 1280x720 monitor or a 2560x1440 monitor, as long as the thing that scales it does it perfectly, which sometimes doesn't happen.

Not that there wouldn't be a difference between 2560x1440 and 1280x720 video material for example, which you seem to imply with that last bit.
We're still not on the same page. I doubt we ever will be at this rate.

I'll try to make it even simpler.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 720p 10" screen, 1 foot away from your face, it will look incredible nice.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 1440p 27" screen, 1 foot away from your face, it will look pixelated as hell.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 1440p 27" screen, 4 feet away from your face, it will look decent.

Until there is 1440p content, 1440p monitors won't sell.
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post #63 of 78
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We're still not on the same page. I doubt we ever will be at this rate.

I'll try to make it even simpler.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 720p 10" screen, 1 foot away from your face, it will look incredible nice.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 1440p 27" screen, 1 foot away from your face, it will look pixelated as hell.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 1440p 27" screen, 4 feet away from your face, it will look decent.

Until there is 1440p content, 1440p monitors won't sell.
my
i dont watch much movies but i think my friend downloads a lot of 1080p bluray and *tv shows*
games do support 16:9, 16:10 1440, 1600p resolutions.

outside gaming and movies there's another world in multitasking and professionals who use applications that require the real estate.

there's a market for pretty much anything available.


for me i wouldnt touch anything 16:9. even if it were a 1440p monitor.
    
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We're still not on the same page. I doubt we ever will be at this rate.

I'll try to make it even simpler.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 720p 10" screen, 1 foot away from your face, it will look incredible nice.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 1440p 27" screen, 1 foot away from your face, it will look pixelated as hell.

If you're watching a 720p movie on a 1440p 27" screen, 4 feet away from your face, it will look decent.

Until there is 1440p content, 1440p monitors won't sell.
Oh. I did understand this point though, but notice that I specified "if size is the same on both theoretical monitors" in my arguments. But yeah, this post is true.
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Oh. I did understand this point though, but notice that I specified "if size is the same on both theoretical monitors" in my arguments. But yeah, this post is true.


If you're watching 720p on a 10" screen it doesn't matter if the resolution is 720p or 7200p.

That's the point we were arguing? It's moot.

Obviously the 1440p monitor is 27".
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Yes, but the size of the 720p screen can vary too, ranges from like 8" intergrated to something to 55" or whatever. Which makes the size point of the 2560x1440 monitor moot as well.
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post #67 of 78
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Yes, but the size of the 720p screen can vary too, ranges from like 8" intergrated to something to 55" or whatever. Which makes the size point of the 2560x1440 monitor moot as well.
Agreed.
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post #68 of 78
speaking of 1440...my 1440x900 monitor is just fine. I think of it as a smaller version of 1920x1200....and then when I see monitors like that, I no longer think that my 1440x900 monitor is "just fine"

So yeah, I'm jealous.
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Dunno about everyone else.

Using a u2311h vs a vizio led monitor.

1. The tn panel sucks.
Why does it suck? Oh I don't know comparing both on witcher and Crysis yield noticeable differences.
A huge difference was comparing the two monitors, both calibrated on minecraft. You can instantly tell the u2311h is far more vivid the colors more appealing and a whole lot brighter. There isn't that much difference in price between the two.

Therefore I conclude that if you go for normal web browsing then go ahead, use a TN panel. But for anything else use IPS. And if you only web browse, why do you care about the resolution? See no need for the proliferation of what is a terrible technology.

Zant can back up what I said, and anyone worth their salt agrees with me. I'm not just the owner of various SIPS, HIPS, and eIPS panels, I also do understand how they work, and my father (an EE) has researched and done work in LCD panel technology.

Just stating this so someone like AAA (who I hardly see), you guys above me, or Chunky Chimp don't come in here like "RARARARA YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUTE TALKING ABOUT"

Not talking about resolution, just that TNs suck and should be relegated to casual users who demand cheap prices, who don't need huge resolutions. Get an eIPS if anything.
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Really of topic: I have to ask, who the jail bait in your avatar?
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