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Old 03-18-2008, 08:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just got me a nice flat screen monitor today max pixels supported 1440x900 , note : it can support up to 2000 something but, that requires you to not see everything unless you move teh mouse to what you want to see. Cost me 169.99$ and is 19' and has a 1600:1 aspect ratio and 5ms response time
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Nice. except it's on that slow rig of yours.
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Ok....

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ya i know anyone know if its possible to install dual core processors by urself, and the difficulty of doing it urself and if its even possible on my old build
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He has a presario 4410US and the answer is no.
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1600:1 aspect ratio? Must be portrait view. J/k
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1600:1 aspect ratio? Must be portrait view. J/k
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thats pretty nice!!
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