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Whats the difference between the two? Can you really tell if your eyes aren't trained?
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There's hardly a difference... it's 30-bit vs 32-bit
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post #3 of 19
Lol no. How's a whole 500 million MORE shades gunna look compared to the other? For the human eye that'll be so minuscule it's not worth it.

It's like 720p vs 1080p There IS a difference but you really really have to look hard to tell.
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So I guess it's not worth the extra $50 US then. But what about 19in, 20in, 20.1?
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So I guess it's not worth the extra $50 US then. But what about 19in, 20in, 20.1?
That's up to personal preference, if you like to look on a big or a small monitor. I take it (seeing as you're a real man), that you want the biggest one.
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That's up to personal preference, if you like to look on a big or a small monitor. I take it (seeing as you're a real man), that you want the biggest one.
Well I have never used anything above 19in ctr neither have I been to a store to take a look at one lately. I think I'll just save the extra cash for a better mouse like a G5 and a keyboard.
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post #7 of 19
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Well I have never used anything above 19in ctr neither have I been to a store to take a look at one lately. I think I'll just save the extra cash for a better mouse like a G5 and a keyboard.
Good choice.
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Well I have never used anything above 19in ctr neither have I been to a store to take a look at one lately. I think I'll just save the extra cash for a better mouse like a G5 and a keyboard.
Same, but please don't get the G5. You don't want me started on my mouse discussion
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post #9 of 19
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Same, but please don't get the G5. You don't want me started on my mouse discussion
Please do.
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I would like to know also why the G5 is said by everyone to be bad as I just got one with my 2900xt.
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