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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by Murlocke
There is a thing called "too big" a monitor does not need to be 30 inches. Thats gonna be horrible on your eyes... and the quality wont be as good (usually). Youll be turning your head all the time just to see stuff. I wouldnt go bigger than the 24" which is 800$ or so... the 30" has lower quality cause its bigger and i've heard it will be about 2-2.5k. (Whats the better deal come on...)
Well with a resolution of 2560x1600 I would imagine the pixel pitch would be better than the 1920x1200 24in, let's do the math

2560x1600= 4,096,000 pixels on a 30in screen that means 136,533 pixels per inch

1920x1200= 2,304,000 pixels on a 24in screen that means 96,000 pixels per inch

BLAM! The 30in screen will look BETTER than the 24in model and will have a better pixel pitch! glad I could clarify that for ya lol.

Also, $2.5k means it is the same price size and resolution of the Apple Cinema HD 30in monitor so take your pic of brands (Apple duh lol).
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post #12 of 19
It's $1,900 isn't it? Well, if I had the money I would buy one, but my monitor is fine for now.
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Wow, My father in law was looking at this on last night. It was $2100.00.
He was all excited about it right up to the point were he would have to get a 7800GT V/C. Which was another $600.00-700.00 through Dell.
So he decided not too! LOL
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post #14 of 19
nope just checked $2,199
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post #15 of 19
Anyone know if the price of this will be going down anytime soon? I plan on buying a new monitor somewhere down the road within the next year after my new PSU, sound card, and possibly SLI.
post #16 of 19
save your money get the 24" one for 879.20.....
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post #17 of 19
Or get a 19in Viewsonic VX922 like me for like <$350.
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Eh, I already have a 19'' monitor that I'm very impressed with. Just wanted to try something a bit bigger .
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I keep losing my mouse on the 24" :-(
Got it for 750 of ebay
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