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Confused

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Nov 13, 2000
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Desktop: 1280x1024 and 1152x864 dual monitors
Server: 1152x864
FamilyPC: 1152x864
Laptop: 1400x1050


As I'm on the laptop at the moment my answer is 1400x1050 :)


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jjones

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1280 x 960 @ 100 hz on my 19 Viewsonic crt"

I'd go to 1600 x 1200 but I don't like anything less than 100 hz. My next rig is going to be dual 19" LCDs at 1600 x 1200.
 

MegaloManiaK

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Highest possible, window space is prime realestate when you have to open 5 windows to do one job.

1600x1200 on a 21 inch dual input CRT. Its nice as well because everyone i work for is blind, they can walk in and stare right at my web browser and not tell what the heck is on it.
 

Luagsch

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Apr 25, 2003
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1152 x 864 @ 72Hz
can't go any higher my 95' sony 17" without my eyes falling off...
next moni will be a 22" CRT...
 

sohcrates

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Sep 19, 2000
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1200x1600

(not, this is NOT the same as 1600x1200). I have my LCD vertically oriented to give my 12x16, if i tilted it back to "horizontal" only then would i be at 16x12

mindblowing
 

ndee

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Jul 18, 2000
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Originally posted by: Luagsch
1152 x 864 @ 72Hz
can't go any higher my 95' sony 17" without my eyes falling off...
next moni will be a 22" CRT...
näääääää, wieso en CRT? NEVER EVER zieni mer en CRT, nuno LCDs :)
 

ironique

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May 16, 2002
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1280x1024 @ 85Hz/1600x1200 @ 75Hz - NEC Multisync 95. It can do 1920x1440 @ 60Hz and even 2048x1563 @ 60Hz with the aide of powerstrip, but the 60Hz aint good for the eyes!
 

Demon-Xanth

Lifer
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For a while I was packing 1280x1024+1600x1200+1280x1024. But since then I've backed down to just two monitors.
 

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