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nah. you can never be too big. I only sit 11.5 ft away from 100"

I wonder what GPU you got to power the 100" beast:)
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again size doesn't matter. just because it's bigger doesn't mean it requires more power. it's only 1920x1080 as are all high end home theater projectors on the market.
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again size doesn't matter. just because it's bigger doesn't mean it requires more power. it's only 1920x1080 as are all high end home theater projectors on the market.

Correct. GPU only cares about what resolution the display is. The increased power needed for a 100" screen comes from the wall, not the GPU xD.
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again size doesn't matter. just because it's bigger doesn't mean it requires more power. it's only 1920x1080 as are all high end home theater projectors on the market.

Ty for clarifying it guys, I mistakenly thought what it will be harder for a GPU to render 46" 1080p TV vs same resolution but a smaller size monitor:)
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been looking at all the Korean screens and wanted to ask before buying is this a good seller and seen they say it does have a good housing and stand, also good one to make sure I should get a perfect screen pixels wise ?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixels-CROSSOVER-27QD-P-Pivot-2560-x-1440-27-Computer-PC-Monitor-/321041777058?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item4abf94c1a2
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been looking at all the Korean screens and wanted to ask before buying is this a good seller and seen they say it does have a good housing and stand, also good one to make sure I should get a perfect screen pixels wise ?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixels-CROSSOVER-27QD-P-Pivot-2560-x-1440-27-Computer-PC-Monitor-/321041777058?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item4abf94c1a2

please search his name in the thread, you will find out everything good and bad about redcap. i don't recommend them or their service

again in regards to pixel perfect vs. non pixel perfect, it was not only discussed for 1000th time couple pages ago but the thread is littered with the debate. short answer: not worth it if you buy from the #1 best seller AW or in most cases dreamseller/bigclothcraft.
Edited by Descadent - 3/31/13 at 12:10pm
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okay seems redcap has been having pcb trouble but even AW has 7 from $320-540 in price range for the same screen XD

and the other sellers you mentioned have from 5-11 results found for 27Q LED-P wheee.gif

just notice the one I linked has the speakers witch I don't need redface.gif only good thing I been learning about the the models tongue.gif
Edited by DOM. - 3/31/13 at 1:23pm
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OK I am finally going to pull the trigger on one of these and I'm sure this thread has addressed this but are looks the only difference between the 27Q-P and the 27QD-P, is the 27Q-P $30 cuter? Also purchasing through AW is there any benefit to contacting them before hand or should I just buy from their eBay store? Thanks
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OK I am finally going to pull the trigger on one of these and I'm sure this thread has addressed this but are looks the only difference between the 27Q-P and the 27QD-P, is the 27Q-P $30 cuter? Also purchasing through AW is there any benefit to contacting them before hand or should I just buy from their eBay store? Thanks

the D has speakers and is cheaper wth lol

also with the one with out them has the while back witch ppl say its metal vs the plastic

I was going with AW also since he has less bad feed back in 12months vs others



bite the bullet went with the 27Q LED-P tongue.gif

update when I get it hope within the 2-5th smile.gif
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32" is perfectly usable if my 27 has a 1" thick bezel on either side, 3 inches of free space on each side and then my 7-9" wide bookshelves after those 4 inches . All of that is WELL within my pehiperal vision sitting 1.7' to 2' feet away...........

Also waste of money? Overkill is name of the game on this forum. If I pushed a 4k 32 inch monitor 5 inches back and flat mounted it on my wall I'd be in seventh heaven. 1440p/1600p is cramped for one screen if you do window by window work day in day out, for me anyways tongue.gif
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