Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by the_music_man, Jan 18, 2004.
i got a KDS XF-7b and let me just tell you how much better my eyes feel....ahhhhhhhhhh
What's the change? Size? Resolution? Refresh rate?
Very nice...I have the 19" version of that monitor, and they definitely have the best looking picture I've seen yet.
1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz
1024 x 768 @ 85Hz
Not exactly great is it
Upgrading from a dinky 14"-15" to a flat 17" is great.
I got a new Samsung SyncMaster 753DF 17inch and its great! Much better then my old Unisys 15incher.
does it make you horny prodj
well does it ?
Gonna wait until I get my first paycheck from my new job and get a 19" TFT and perhaps consider a second ... (will use my current CRT to see if I will really benefit or use it)
I have a phillips 109b
800x600 = 144 hz
1024x768 = 100 hz
1280x1024 = 85 hz (this is what i run)
with my crt I run at 85hz at 1280x1024
Nice buy prodj88.
I got a Diamond View DV153 15" TFT. It may not be all that flashy, but it set me back $180AUD, which is crazy for a TFT...
Congo Rats to you
I remember going from a 15 inch to a pure flat 17 inch and it was a world of difference now I use a pure flat 19 inch, the 17inch is on the kids rig
well i had a 17 inch before but it was around 8 years old and its gamma was low and everything about it sucked and its pins were screwed up!!
I bought a NEC MultiSync LCD 15" after using a Compaq CRT for 12 years of my life.... to tell you the truth, it feels great.
/me got a 17" Dell @ 1280 x 1024
Ooh, thread resurrection. I've got myself one of these now:
Now thats nice speedy ...... real nice
now I am gonna have to spend more money thanks a lot !!!
i've seen then in real life + they do look sweet
Tell me about it. Power / Digital Video / 2-port USB hub .. all down one cable. It's a damned neat display
I have...(reads) an Axion CA-1570. Its a bit poop. I bought it off one of my uni hallmates who couldn't fit it in his car, for £10. And beleive it or not, it was an UPGRADE! Currently running 1024x768 @ 65hz and the image is jittery