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Thanks. I was thinking as well how much difference is a 1600p to 1440p


roughly around 5% as far as I know.

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roughly around 5% as far as I know.

O right so its not worth selling two of my dell u2713hm and getting one dell u3011 then
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O right so its not worth selling two of my dell u2713hm and getting one dell u3011 then


For me no but honestly some 1600p members told me that 16:10 is just a great ratio and 1600p is superior to 1440p so I am not sure actually.

 

Also look for Dell U3014. It just came out and amazing really.

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I am still not sure if i should get my 3rd dell u2713hm monitor for triple gaming. Or if i just should just stick to one. I do have a projector but its not 1080p its only a 720p 3d projector was gonna upgrade it to a 1080p 3d panasonic projector before i got my dell's. There are so many choices these days. Plus the 4k and 8k are coming out which unless there about 1k don't think i will get them for a few years until the price comes down
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For me no but honestly some 1600p members told me that 16:10 is just a great ratio and 1600p is superior to 1440p so I am not sure actually.

Also look for Dell U3014. It just came out and amazing really.

Thanks. I will check out the Dell U3014. Now if only we could get movies in 1600p or 1440p that would have been great
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I guess i will wait for you iARDAs to let us know how a 1600p compares to a 1440p if it really is that much better. Then i might sell both of my ones and just get one 1600p
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For me no but honestly some 1600p members told me that 16:10 is just a great ratio and 1600p is superior to 1440p so I am not sure actually.

Also look for Dell U3014. It just came out and amazing really.

I have a feeling there is a new club coming - 1600P and above club........ thinking.gif
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I guess i will wait for you iARDAs to let us know how a 1600p compares to a 1440p if it really is that much better. Then i might sell both of my ones and just get one 1600p

You might have to wait for a week or 3 months biggrin.gif You should also ask some other members in the club.

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I have a feeling there is a new club coming - 1600P and above club........ thinking.gif


Nope.. Remember This is 1440p+ :) Includes 1600 as well.

 

However in the future when 4K monitors come out, they will surely deserve their own club rolleyes.gif

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I guess i will wait for you iARDAs to let us know how a 1600p compares to a 1440p if it really is that much better. Then i might sell both of my ones and just get one 1600p

Isn't there more pixel density at 1440p across 27" then compared to 1600p spread across a 30" monitor?
     
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Barely:

27"@2560x1440 = 108.79ppi
30"@2560x1600 = 100.63ppi
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