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Old 08-21-2005, 05:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I know there alot of LCD screen recomendation thread but from what I sure none of them recommends what I am looking for.

This is what I looking for

1. Lets say price does not matter
2. I will be gaming with it
3. This is the requirement that makes it different then all the other threads I seen I want the native resoultion to be 1600X1200.

So far the best I could find is one with a responce time of 16 is there any better ones then the following that good for gaming and have a native resoultion of 1600X1200?

ViewSonic VP201B Black 20.1" 16ms LCD Monitor
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824116285

Truthfully I am not very impress with the specs on this one and hoping some one will know of a better one.
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Check out the Samsung SyncMaster 930BF.

*EDIT* Sorry, only 1280×1024, I'll have a look for larger res.
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Old 08-21-2005, 06:24 AM   #3 (permalink)
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i dont know if LCDs go above 1280x1024.

You will also need a bloddy good card if u wanna run 1600x1200 on high settings
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i dont know if LCDs go above 1280x1024.

You will also need a bloddy good card if u wanna run 1600x1200 on high settings
The link I gave was to a 1600X1200 LCD screen so I know they go above. I have a geforce 6800 ULTRA which can handle most things on 1600X1200.
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samsung 204T syncmaster is also a good choice, though the viewsonic is also very good, take ur pic
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No monitors on NewEgg meet your criteria.
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samsung 204T syncmaster is also a good choice, though the viewsonic is also very good, take ur pic
Thanks I liking the samsung a bit better with it 700:1 contrast VS the viewsonic 400:1. I guessing 16ms responce time is the best I am going to do. Right now am leaning toward the sumsung you named but am going to wait and look around a little longer.
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