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post #11 of 19
Right now there's a good sale on the 42" version of that same screen for just a bit more.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824112180

Personally I would rather have this over the insane-o resolution dell.
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post #12 of 19
If its just a monitor then get just a monitor dont waste on a TV. The response times are much better on just a monitor (I know the Dell/Apple are slow, but they are fast for that resolution). Take a look at that new HP 30" Voodoo put out.

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Originally Posted by Fishie36 View Post
Right now there's a good sale on the 42" version of that same screen for just a bit more.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824112180

Personally I would rather have this over the insane-o resolution dell.
the only problem with that one is its the same 1280x720 res that my 32 olevia has. if i go bigger, it needs to have better resolution, or else i feel like im wasting money with the 8800gtx sli setup.

tub, i was able to get in the low 13000's. but havent had a chance to try more with different settings and such. im actually in ohio performing strike duty from 6pm to 6am everday. i live in ct, so im not sure when ill get a chance to play with the 3dmark until pro b. jan!!
i was just hoping to order a new monitor so whn i finally get home its sitting there waiting for me!


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I have no idea what strike duty is, but it sounds fun, and kinda scary! Anyways, low 1300 seems like a correct score at minorly overclocked settings, so I guess you got everything working!
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strike duty is basically working in another plant when they go on strike. some calling it being a scab.

yes im a scab, but i get paid hansomly.
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the only problem with that one is its the same 1280x720 res that my 32 olevia has. if i go bigger, it needs to have better resolution, or else i feel like im wasting money with the 8800gtx sli setup.
I think you misread. It says Recommended Resolution: 1920 x 1080
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Also isn't 37 inches for a monitor going a little to far?
Yeah 37 inches is much to big for a monitor Be careful when you are using a TV as a monitor as many of them support resolutions such as 1920x1080 when hooked up to Blu-ray players but only go up to 1366x768 when hooked up to a PC.
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post #18 of 19
Higher res beats out more inches, unless you are watching movies from far away. I'd go with the Dell, 2560x1600 will look a lot better, and the panel in the Dell is better quality then the sceptre. The Dell is only $1500. I say only because if you can buy $1400 worth of graphics, you can buy a $1500 screen. (tub, I know you won most of the pc, but you should still get the Dell.)
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post #19 of 19
Totally agreed. Only way to go as far I am concerned.

Let those cards do something for a change... They get bored at those 1920 x 1080 resolution.... Last thing you want is a couple of bored video cards.
    
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