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Yes, it is so small even in professional programs that it is a non-issue. I just say that because CRT champions always bring up the CRTs marginally better color reproduction.

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well the resoultion all depends on the size... i wouldent have an interest running even 1600x1200 on a 19"...

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Wow! That's a nice monitor! Great contrast, bright, and an excellent refresh rate to boot. Nice pick. Let us know how it performs :thumbs-up:

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nope, i mostly play dust2. my game name is III- [biohazard]. I was actually playing HL2 single earlier, and god dang it it performs well.

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For that price you could of gotten a CRT monitor capable of 2048x15xx...

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i tried to convince him... mine will do 2048X1544? i think its 15xx something

 

 

KB, LCDs are for all intents and purposes as good as CRTs for gaming.  I know you MAY be able to see a LITTLE difference in some super-duper CAD program or something.  But the average user/PC gamer doesn't do that so who cares?

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no LCD can touch a good CRT at all, its in their deisgn that they cannot be better than a CRT

 

actually, i do draw/design a lot (MY DEVIANTART), and I tried this monitor with photoshop. works like a dream, very nice, crisp, and colour rich. and this marks the beging of a new lcd vs crt battle.  :P

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lol CRT wins :P

 

but i want to see this nice LCD as im considdering buyign 2 new ones.

 

and i want to see some new benchies with that RAM.....

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I don't believe 19" monitors support 1600x1200. I think it's 21"+ only.

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ummm im using a Viewsonic 19" right now that will do 2048x15xx and im running 1600x1200......

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