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There are better 120hz monitors than the Alienware at around the same cost. Do you have a Nvidia card?
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Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post
There are better 120hz monitors than the Alienware at around the same cost. Do you have a Nvidia card?
Which ones?
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Originally Posted by chinesekiwi View Post
Image clarity has nothing to do with aspect ratio. Really. Ask anyone that draws for a living. 16:10 is closer to the human natural field of vision (1.52:1) and more pixel real estate.
Heh; aspect ratio reflecting image clarity. The things people come up with...

Since FPS games scale by aspect ratio, 16:10 will mimic what your eyes will see. Non FPS games aren't too effected.
Edited by Domino - 8/6/11 at 11:43pm
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this is little important.
I kich u in any FPS with all format size monitors.
before i used the 4:3, now 16:9 and after i will use the 16:10, the playable is not change.
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Which ones?
I would rather go with the Planar or the LG.
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Heh; aspect ratio reflecting image clarity. The things people come up with...
Your fault for not reading what i was saying tbh.


And yes, senna89, all aspect ratios technically do work, it's just that 4:3 and 5:4 might feel a little awkward because of the tiny FOV.
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i played very well with all format.
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