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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post
32" !!!


That'd look horrible



I'd prefer a 30" monitor with a 2560x1600 resolution


But you know.. The bezels don't bother you. Have you ever actually PLAYED on a 3x monitor setup? NO? NO?!

You have absolutely NO RIGHT to comment on something you haven't used.




And you forget that triple monitors give you extra viewing area on the sides.

-nuff said.
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post #82 of 168
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You have to adapt to everything. For every change you make to your life it's going to create differences that you need to adjust to. I got a new mouse, I had to adapt to the sensitivity change. New car, adjust to the firmer clutch.

And your scenario doesn't really work because an i7 and a single core are nowhere near comparable in performance, so no, you cant adapt so that "you really have the same performance".
Scenario works because you'd have to adapt....... which is my whole argument

People are given a choice -- perhaps trying out the product and testing the sensitivity before purchasing the mouse? I do that. You don't 'buy' things you don't like, and that works to each and their own

Some people (like myself) would rather game on a bigger screen and find that it's more immersive than gaming on multiple monitors. Sure, I understand the pro's of having it, as well as the cons.

I find the cons to be more 'annoying' and something I wouldn't WANT to adapt to just to make gaming pleasurable... that's where my i7 to single core came from.

If you wanted a good gaming experience, there is no way you'd downgrade to something like that out of free will unless you HAD to do it. ANd if you HAD to do it, you'd have to adapt and adjust to the lower settings on those video games thus really making the game less immersive in my opinion.

But it doesn't mean it's "not' immersive or you can't have fun with it either... just takes away the fun facto in my eyes

AKA the bezels on multi setup's. Just saying it's not something I look forward to seeing mutliple times cutting up my immersion vs a much larger screen

But to each their own -- I'm not really 'bashing' it. I'm just saying there are people out there like myself that would much rather have a bigger screen and find it to be more immersive and less annoying and less adaptation
     
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Troll is fail.
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You've obviously never used a 2560x1600 monitor... Its the tits.
Tits

I think its all a matter of personal preferences and what game your playing.
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i still don't see why you guys bother with OP after he's been banned on eVGA and [H] for his trolling posts.

and Blops is hardly the best game to show off graphics, its only DX9, and has bad textures.
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actually his trolling attempt is pretty sucessfull, he already has 9 pages of replies
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I think it's still the best in terms of immersion over multi-monitor set ups. Games look really crisp on my monitor. My monitor also has no light bleed etc. Hard to find a pc monitor these days without light bleed.

Plus with multi monitors you have to look at the two bezels in the middle on the side monitors which ruins immersion. If you cut two small strips of electrical tape and tape it on your face in the middle of each eye that will simulate the current state of multi-monitor gaming.

Some killer 32" gaming screenshots:








Only thing your killing is my sides... I think ill stick with my 15".
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Games don't need to be demanding like Crysis to look good and play well IMO.
    
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Only thing your killing is my sides... I think ill stick with my 15".
fyi i play on the 17.3 1080p as well and actually prefer the 32" because it's more immersion.
    
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32 inch monitor .... id definitely rather have 3 24 inch monitors.


And yes you are a troll
    
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