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What resolution is your desktop normally at?

  

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    • 800x600 (I need to get a life...and a new monitor...)
      2
    • 1024x768
      52
    • 1280x1024
      127
    • 1440x900
      19
    • 1600x1200
      34
    • 1680x1050
      31
    • 1920x1200
      24
    • Other (please list!)
      16


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I run 1024x768 @ 85Hz but the monitor will do 1280x1024 @ 85Hz. However, I'm getting a new CRT monitor for more intense gaming...a nice NEC which will run 1600x1200 @ 85 Hz. I haven't switched to LCD...mainly because to run decent resolutions at 75Hz or better, you've got to fork over mad cash...not worth it in my opinion.

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Easier on the eyes. I spend lots of time in front of a monitor and over the years I've discovered that anything less than 75Hz causes discomfort. I prefer 85-100Hz...very soft, warm picture with sharp resolutions.

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Always running on 720p on the same crappy 16-incher, which sort of negates any HD premise. It's funny I have a DFI super-toaster, yet I don't have a new monitor...irony always seems to work it's way in there somehow. :sweat:

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1400x1050 on a Sony Trinitron 21" CRT. I would go LCD, but I just love my Trinitron too damn much. As long as I never have to move it.

 

I run the odd resolution because 1600x1200 is just too small for surfing the net, and 1280x1024 is just too big.

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