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Well, newegg has the 2253WB on sale again. They have a $20 rebate this month but the price keeps jumping between $279 and $289. I picked one up two weeks ago when it was $279 and it went back up to $289. But is it back down again and I am picking up another to replace my not as nice 22in Acer. Plus free shipping, you can't beat that.
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I am still using a crt and thinking about making the switch to lcd ws. I have had a honest troll through this forum and have yet to find the info I am after. If I have missed what I am about to ask I will make my apologies now..

If any user(s) could find the time who posses a LG Flatron W2252TQ and/or the Samsung 2253BW/LW confirm that when setting a resolution of 1440x900 and no scaling is checked using the Nvidia control panel/drivers 175.16 that a black border will be present? I would still be interested in ATI users as well.

My thoughts are if my rig cant handle a game (low fps) at the native resolution of the above monitors, rather than stretch a 1440x900 to full screen and have blur/decreased sharpness. I think I would prefer to maintain a non scaled sharper image at the loss of screen size i.e. a black border completely surrounding the 1440x900 image?
Is that how it works?

Thanks
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