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post #31 of 59
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MX440 -> 6600GT -> 7600GT
Plus you've got the dual core and 2Gbs of DDR2-800. No whining!
I'm hoping for some high-some medium settings in BF2 with about 50-60FPS, until I get my HZs.
Well right now I only have 1GB... The 2nd stick is in Tennessee somewhere and it will be here Tuesday
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Wait, since you've got an eVGA, why not spend the couple hundred to Step Up to a 7900GTX, and then buy a really nice monitor to take full advantage of it. Like a Viewsonic VX922.
post #33 of 59
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Wait, since you've got an eVGA, why not spend the couple hundred to Step Up to a 7900GTX, and then buy a really nice monitor to take full advantage of it. Like a Viewsonic VX922.
Well I should have anywhere from about $700-$900 within the next week. (I am painting my neighborhood fence). I intend to save most of it for a Cryo-Z Phase Change and a Conroe processor. But I think I have decided to go with the stepup to a 7900GTX for $200. I like these monitors:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824001226
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824116371

Together I am talking about $700, which would put a huge dent in my Conroe funds... Ohh well, I gues I can sell the 920 and my current LCD monitor. And I think I can save $307 by July!
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VX922's cheaper, and with the 2ms response time, you're not going to have any ghosting, ever.
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VX922's cheaper, and with the 2ms response time, you're not going to have any ghosting, ever.
Yes, but it is 1.1" smaller screen, 25% less resolution (1600x1200 vs 1280x1024), contrast ratio is only 650:1, and the one I want is 1000:1, brightness is about 80cd/m^2 less... But I will look into it. The Samsung is only 5ms refresh rate, that is pretty good IMO.
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You guys do know that the listings of 2ms are the same as other monitors listed at 8ms. They just measure it a different way so they can put 2ms in the specs. Do a google search about it. Just big corporations being lame and trying to trick people. Hope that makes a difference helping you decide.
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You guys do know that the listings of 2ms are the same as other monitors listed at 8ms. They just measure it a different way so they can put 2ms in the specs. Do a google search about it. Just big corporations being lame and trying to trick people. Hope that makes a difference helping you decide.
Didn't know that, although I suspected it.
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I read a post of yours about a new monitor and I was wondering if you have checked out the 24" widescreen monitors from Dell. You can get them for $700 refurbished and they are very nice. 1920x1200 resolution and 8ms response time.
http://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnlineS...SC =ALL&s=dfh
It is the last entry. Its a little bit more than the other that you suggested but it is 24 inches and has 1000:1 contrast ratio plus 500cd/m brightness.
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/P...=&refurbished=
That link is too the product specs on the Dell site. I am going to be getting that monitor soon for myself on payments which you could also do so that you can still afford the rest of that stuff you mentioned.
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Sorry about the links. I will try to fix them.
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post #40 of 59
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Originally Posted by Malaziel
I read a post of yours about a new monitor and I was wondering if you have checked out the 24" widescreen monitors from Dell. You can get them for $700 refurbished and they are very nice. 1920x1200 resolution and 8ms response time.
http://outlet.us.dell.com/ARBOnlineS...SC =ALL&s=dfh
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http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/P...r efurbished=
That link is too the product specs on the Dell site. I am going to be getting that monitor soon for myself on payments which you could also do so that you can still afford the rest of that stuff you mentioned.
I have to spread the rep+ around some more before I give you more.

Is the 16:10 aspect ratio and 1920x1200 true widescreen?

Edit* Links work for me.
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