Indeed, claiming that a crt is much better for gaming, isn't "that" true anymore.. there are plenty of lcds screen with low ms, so no ghosting there. I got a lcd screen, did notice ghosting in the beginning, but i love it, it's so sharp
or just install/get a desk with a sliding keyboard table something like that, my set up work pretty well and i have crt and still plenty of space for all my candy wrappers, bowl, d-rug baggies, cd's, 5.1 surround, nostromo, u get the idea i just used the slider for the mouse and nostromo and set the keyboard under monitor
I wouldnt want a 1900x1200 monitor because you definately couldn not play games at the res unless you have GTX's in SLI at a resonable framerate....my new 1280x720 27" will be perfect for my needs becasue I still get HDTV and I dont need to get another GFX card in order to run games with the framerate I want, and it's slim
I play all my games at 1600x1200, plenty of high end games and they run just fine at my comp
I want a multi monitor setup with each monitor having a res above 1600... that way all the audio and graphic work I do can have the biggest layout possible... its annoying working on 1600x1200 wallpapers and working in audio environments when Im at 1600x1200, too much damn scrolling and closing/ reopening dialogs...
Before my new monitor for x-mas I was running 2x P1110 21" Flat CRT's. I absolutely love them. I am currently running my Sony 24" WS and one of my P1110s on my main computer. The 2ndary (P1110) also being my monitor for my server, b/c it has 2 inputs on it. Until the price drops dramatically on LCD's I will stick with my CRT's as I have plenty of desk space.
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