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Now you just have to buy GPUs every 6 months. when others will enjoy same games with $350 GPU you will have to spend $1000.
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Welcome to the club! 2560x1600 S-PS is amazing for gaming and movies.
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post

I have the ZR30w.... been running it for almost 2 years now. I preordered it from HP tongue.gif
I have had 0 issues with it and I think it is an amazing monitor to say the least.
I have owned a Dell 3008... didn't care for it.
Dell 3007HC... again didn't like the thing.
tons of other monitors and 3x23" Dell pro series for eyefinity.
I ended up buying this HP and have never looked back, though I hear the U3011 is the Dell monitor to compare.
Hope you have money for another GTX580 because 2560x1600 is a lot of pixels to push thumb.gif

I am curious, what didn't you like about the 3007HC?
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Now you just have to buy GPUs every 6 months. when others will enjoy same games with $350 GPU you will have to spend $1000.

Pure baloney. Anyway if you can afford a 30" monitor then it isn't a really big deal anyway. But I was able to play most games just fine with the 4890 I used to have, I can play all games at near max settings with my 6950. At this high of a resolution you don't really need more than 2xAA, maybe 4x depending on the game.
Edited by Mygaffer - 3/7/12 at 5:10pm
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Pure baloney. Anyway if you can afford a 30" monitor then it isn't a really big deal anyway. But I was able to play most games just fine with the 4890 I used to have, I can play all games at near max settings with my 6950. At this high of a resolution you don't really need more than 2xAA, maybe 4x depending on the game. Sounds like sour grapes.

Talk about sour grapes..

While I agree if you can afford a 30"er you can probably afford the GPUs as well, but "can play all games at near max settings with my 6950" I'm calling baloney. I can barely do this with 1/3 more power at half the resolution. Yes, you'll decry my meager 1GB of VRAM, but since 2560 x 1600 is (very) nearly twice the pixels.. In fact I doubt you can max most games at 1080p, if we speak of new titles. Sure, CS Source, but Metro 2033? Crysis: Warhead? Etc, etc.

To run games "maxed out" he's right, you'll have to spend a lot of money as time goes on. But he's (probably) exaggerating by quite a margin. Still, you're paying much more to enjoy the same games as the "1080p guy" down the street. (Would I do it, too? If I could afford it!)

Edit: You also have to keep in mind some ... perfectionists... (heh) can't handle it if they're not able to run *every* game with everything-on-ultra-with8xMSAAorbettter on their machines.
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Talk about sour grapes..
While I agree if you can afford a 30"er you can probably afford the GPUs as well, but "can play all games at near max settings with my 6950" I'm calling baloney. I can barely do this with 1/3 more power at half the resolution. Yes, you'll decry my meager 1GB of VRAM, but since 2560 x 1600 is (very) nearly twice the pixels.. In fact I doubt you can max most games at 1080p, if we speak of new titles. Sure, CS Source, but Metro 2033? Crysis: Warhead? Etc, etc.
To run games "maxed out" he's right, you'll have to spend a lot of money as time goes on. But he's (probably) exaggerating by quite a margin. Still, you're paying much more to enjoy the same games as the "1080p guy" down the street. (Would I do it, too? If I could afford it!)
Edit: You also have to keep in mind some ... perfectionists... (heh) can't handle it if they're not able to run *every* game with everything-on-ultra-with8xMSAAorbettter on their machines.

so i do alot of photoshop work and 3ds max work too so the screen real estate is nice biggrin.gif i also dont mind playing on low aa settings and i dont need ultra everything type person. While im not made of money i recognize that it is nice to have something that is nice in life, ive already devoted so much money to my computer as far as performance why not view it all working on a nice big performance screen that can also double as a smaller tv in my room when i want to lay on my bed and watch a movie or show.

i guess this is getting to be elitist talk because you could always argue why play video games when real life looks so much better, the argument could go on forever.

so my point is hater is going to hate, if your happy with your smaller screen and your preformance then be happy. i bought this knowing that its going to gobble up my card and if i want to play on ultra it might take some extra cash, but im not a graphics whore, to me its hard to distinguish from high medium to ultra any way, i mean yeah if you walk around and take your time in a fps, but im there for the action not the scenery most the time smile.gif

Bottom line im glad youre happy with your screen, dont try and rain on my parade haha!
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as seen earlier in this thread it's easy to get anything on craigslist and ebay.


its not like your stuck on one resolution with the zr30w. if one must play games on highest settings they can always bring the resolution down to anything they want.
gaming is just one of the things one can do on a 1600p monitor. there's a lot of more productive things one can do.
    
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Lucky for us our video cards have internal scalers too and they tend to do a better or equivalent job to a monitor's internal scaler without the extra input lag.
I personally love the ZR30w, getting one without stuck pixels has been quite the challenge for me.
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It's a great monitor, size is noticeably larger than my previous 24 and 25.5 monitors.
3 year warranty and zero bright pixel warranty is pretty awesome. (I have one bright pixel on mine but haven't contact HP yet)

enjoy biggrin.gif
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I never get tired of the 'breathing room' that 3 zr30s offer...run gimp on one, surf on a virtual machine on another, and music/vids on the third. I am also very pleased by the monitor's performance.

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Welcome to the club! 2560x1600 S-PS is amazing for gaming and movies.
I am curious, what didn't you like about the 3007HC?
Pure baloney. Anyway if you can afford a 30" monitor then it isn't a really big deal anyway. But I was able to play most games just fine with the 4890 I used to have, I can play all games at near max settings with my 6950. At this high of a resolution you don't really need more than 2xAA, maybe 4x depending on the game.

I could play COD and SC2 Max out with HD 6970 but not BF3 and many other games. If you have a premium LCD like this you are bout to play with high settings. You can go and play in Medium and Low. Better off with a smaller screen.
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Now you just have to buy GPUs every 6 months. when others will enjoy same games with $350 GPU you will have to spend $1000.

Absolutely not true....
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