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post #11 of 17
22" Widescreen of course I would get one if i could afford it lol. Plus, it would make use of my 512mb of memory.
post #12 of 17
I was going to keep my 19" because I don't think 22" is that big of an improvement in size.

They are the same height more or less, it is purely width that you gain, which I guess can be helpful in the games that support it.
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2 question
1)8800 gts 320 mb is enough for run actual games (full graphic details) in 22 display with native resolution ?
2) what best ? 2 x19" or 1x22 ?
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post #14 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by PCDELCARIBE View Post
2 question
1)8800 gts 320 mb is enough for run actual games (full graphic details) in 22 display with native resolution ?
2) what best ? 2 x19" or 1x22 ?
1) yes, plenty. The memory size doesn't have an effect until 1900x1200 resolution.
2) Depends. For some games (Supreme Commander) and apps (Photoshop) that support two screens, 2x19" is better. Just for gaming, 22" is usually better.

I have a 22" and 19" for best of both worlds! Since they are extremely close to being the same height, it works out great.
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post #15 of 17
I just broke my 22" widescreen I hooked up my older 19" and I hate it, I went and bought a wireless keyboard and hooked it up to my 42" LCD I hated it so bad. Shopping for a new 22" or bigger today (maybe 24 muahahaa)
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imo fullscreen > widescreen; i only game WC3 and CSS; mostly program and design stuff; rendering and such; screen real estate is important not just how wide the screen is.
    
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post #17 of 17
I neeeeeeed a 22" monitor, but price per inch aint great, and worse after 23" and almost double to 24" from 22".

I have a 19 now, and it is absolutely fine for gaming, although I could have so much more on screen with a 1650x1050 resolution. The problem being that I would need to upgrade PSU, upgrade CPU, upgrade Mobo, upgrade Gphx and to top it off, buy another OEM Vista copy.

If it wasn't for all that, I'd go 22"
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