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Back to the question at hand.. how the heck do you make $2500 a month off your machine?
I'm using them with a 3d studio and maya plug-ins as a render VM nodes.

So with that horse power, I am lending that power for render jobs for students whom don't want to wait days for the computer to finish a complex picture or a movie, as the slots on the university's server are usually occupied by the medical students.

It started small but ended up quiet big.
I can render complex movie rendering over 4-5 hours, which can take some of them 3-4 days on their desktop PCs.

It cost to start it (aka licenses and so on). But its fun to see how much I can push the GPUs and lower render times

On ray tracing test jobs, I still can't compete with a quad xeon server. Yet
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I think my 42" can also hit 2560x1280 never tried it though.
Slickwilly what do you think will give a better gaming experience?

Surround with just 24" wideness or a big screen that both has good depth and width?

If it's a TV I doubt it does more than 1920x1080.
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I'm using them with a 3d studio and maya plug-ins as a render VM nodes.

So with that horse power, I am lending that power for render jobs for students whom don't want to wait days for the computer to finish a complex picture or a movie, as the slots on the university's server are usually occupied by the medical students.

It started small but ended up quiet big.
I can render complex movie rendering over 4-5 hours, which can take some of them 3-4 days on their desktop PCs.

It cost to start it (aka licenses and so on). But its fun to see how much I can push the GPUs and lower render times

On ray tracing test jobs, I still can't compete with a quad xeon server. Yet
Hmm feel stupid nowxD

I thought you were just the typical gaming numb nut with too much power and too little to do

Turns out you are really doing something useful with it.

Apologies!
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Your right, I multiplied both axis's by 3
Must be the superior Danish education system that helped me get the right result.

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I think my 42" can also hit 2560x1280 never tried it though.
Slickwilly what do you think will give a better gaming experience?

Surround with just 24" wideness or a big screen that both has good depth and width?
It won't hit 2560x1280 if it's a TV.
a) because that's a 2:1 res (never heard of a monitor with that ratio and it's not a standard res)
b) TV's only recently started doing 1920x1080, unless you paid $3000+, you won't get a higher res. Hell, I don't even know if they exist. No results on Google.

Also 3x24" is better for shooters because of the superior pixel density. Games that don't require as much precision will work fine on a 42".
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Must be the superior Danish education system that helped me get the right result.

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It won't hit 2560x1280 if it's a TV.
a) because that's a 2:1 res (never heard of a monitor with that ratio and it's not a standard res) and
b) TV's only recently started doing 1920x1080, unless you paid $3000+, you won't get a higher res. Hell, I don't even know if they exist.

Also 3x24" is better for shooters because of the superior pixel density. Games that don't require as much precision will work fine on a 42".

There's 2560x1440 TV's, but Sony has one 80 inch and they cost around $3500-5500.
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If it's a TV I doubt it does more than 1920x1080.
The option to switch to 2560x1280 is there but when I hit it a warning appears that I am operating that resolution at my own risk as stated in the manual lol.

It is a TV you are right but still weird.
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I think my 42" can also hit 2560x1280 never tried it though.
Slickwilly what do you think will give a better gaming experience?

Surround with just 24" wideness or a big screen that both has good depth and width?
Sony bravia max resolution is 1080p. I have one myself. There is no TV that can do 2560X1280. None whatsoever (except extremely costy projectors at best).
Learn your monitor before anything else.

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It's either 5760 X 1080 or 5760 X 1200, your resolution would require 6 monitors and they'd have to be 1620 on one side
I have 3x1920X1200 monitors.
So its either 5760x1200 or with bezel correction 6000X1200 (which is how much I run).
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I have 3x1920X1200 monitors.
So its either 5760x1200 or with bezel correction 6000X1200 (which is how much I run).
Oh yeah, hadn't considered bezel correction. Still, his 3240 was way off, but he already explained why.
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3 24 inch monitors in surround would be 72 inches wide

My 42 inch TV is 1920 X 1080 bought it 2 years past for 500.00, it is 60 hz. refresh
and I got it right when the 120 LED's where hitting the market

We get the good Japanese tech in California first I guess
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What I don´t like about surround is that you are still forced to focus on the middle screen the rest is only partially captured by your peripheral vision.
So that width really does not matter much.

With a 42" the whole focus is still on one screen but just bigger and the picture is also percepted as such.

I had surround and it did not impress me nearly as much as my Bravia.
The whole concept does not make much sense to me.
Here a picture of mine:http://forums.pureoverclock.com/atta...6&d=1293881401
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