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Old 11-04-2007, 12:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got my new Samsung 22" Widescreen 226BW, and I would like to get the most performance out of this monitor. As for video card I have a AGP 4x/8x 7800 GS overclock edition(overclocked again to 500 core /1.39 memory). What would I need to do to get the most out of my new monitor?

P.S. Yes, I know I do need a new computer with PCI x16 2.0, as at the end of this year I will be building a rig.
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performance? The only thing you can do to the monitor is calibrate the colors...do it using the forceware drivers
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Download MagicTune Software... they say it works well but I've tried it, and had a **** of a time.
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