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20" widescreen monitor group test

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We wanted to test the monitors in a way that would be realistic and would give some meaningful results.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...onitors/1.html
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T5200 Intel 945 Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 2GB DDR2 
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WD 160GB SATA Multiformat Double Layer DVD RW Windows Vista Home Premium 15.4" Ultra Bright WXGA TFT/WestingHouse 22" LCD 
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WD 160GB SATA Multiformat Double Layer DVD RW Windows Vista Home Premium 15.4" Ultra Bright WXGA TFT/WestingHouse 22" LCD 
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lets hear it for Viewsonic's VX2025! its on newegg for $415
I still like the fast (2ms) VX922 though.
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Phenom II X4 955 Asus M4A78T-E Geforce 9600 512MB 4GB 
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320GB WD CAVIAR, & 1TB backup ASUS DVD-RW Windows 7, 32-bit VX2025wm 20" 
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Microsoft's Comfort Curve Thermaltake 850 Thermaltake Element G Microsoft's D66 
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Phenom II X4 955 Asus M4A78T-E Geforce 9600 512MB 4GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
320GB WD CAVIAR, & 1TB backup ASUS DVD-RW Windows 7, 32-bit VX2025wm 20" 
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Microsoft's Comfort Curve Thermaltake 850 Thermaltake Element G Microsoft's D66 
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