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Yeah, i know but still, REALLY 720p is 1280 x 720 and 1080p is REALLY 1920 x 1080.
yeah why is that, i never understood that
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Had a bit of a tidy up earlier.. Figured I'd snap some shots while i was at it.
(Sorry for the quality, K800i to blame for that.)





And out my window...

Yes, that is someone rooting through the bins. Don't even think she was homeless. Maybe one of the regulars...
post #2044 of 39837
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Originally Posted by a!!!!1 View Post
yeah why is that, i never understood that
It's the 16:9 aspect ratio, the height being the 720 or 1080.

I think that's what you mean.
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Originally Posted by eureka View Post
It's the 16:9 aspect ratio, the height being the 720 or 1080.

I think that's what you mean.
well i was asking why its called 720 if the height is 768
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No idea, maybe 1366x768 screens are cheaper to make for some reason.
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Managed the wires, thanks for the suggestion never really considered it before.
How are you running two monitors with SLI?
    
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How are you running two monitors with SLI?
A 3rd cheapish video card from ATI so as not to have driver issues...

At least the the only way I read how to do it...
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well i was asking why its called 720 if the height is 768
In relation to televisions, any screen with between 720 and 1080(not including 1080) progressive lines can be referred to as 720p, because that is the highest HD format they can display. I have a 19" TV that has a resolution of 1440x900 and it advertised as 720p. Also widescreen plasmas with a resolution of 1024x768 are 720p. BUT, a standard 720p broadcast is at 1280x720.
    
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A 3rd cheapish video card from ATI so as not to have driver issues...

At least the the only way I read how to do it...
you cant just have one plugged into each card, or both into the same card?

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No idea, maybe 1366x768 screens are cheaper to make for some reason.
why not call it 768p then?
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