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What is your Monitors size?

What is your Monitors size?
14''
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
14''
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
15''
33%
 33%  [ 6 ]
15''
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
17''
44%
 44%  [ 8 ]
17''
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
19''
11%
 11%  [ 2 ]
19''
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
21''
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
21''
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Bigger
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
     
Total Votes : 18
    
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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Mine is PHILIPS 15''CRT.



Last edited by Greekman72 on Mon Jan 30, 2006 12:09 am, edited 2 times in total

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PanAmerican Captain

Mine is a 17" Flat Screen Monitor from HP

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liam (Liono) Chief Captain

mine is a Dell 15" LCD

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tomthetank Chief Captain

17 " CRT
May upgrade to a TFT later this year(if I have any ££$$ left over from the PC upgrade 🙄 )

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alohajoe First Officer

hp pavilion mx703 for me. I have no idea what size.
What kinda upgrading ya doin TTT?

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Something wrong with the polls or i miss something.
When i come back to see how it goes i didnt see the Poll options.
I thought that it was my fault cause i edit my post to put the brand of my monitor and i create it again...and when i submit it i see choices in double... Evil or Very Mad Embarassed

Apologise to everyone. Embarassed

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tomthetank Chief Captain

😳 Me too Me too 😳

😉

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tomthetank Chief Captain

alohajoe wrote:

hp pavilion mx703 for me. I have no idea what size.
What kinda upgrading ya doin TTT?

Well I going to go duel core CPU and twin GFX,but will hang on a bit for the specs for Vista and Fsx(whatever they say I need,I will double it 😉 )

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RadarMan Chief Captain

22" Mitsubishi Diamontron CRT. Flat screen.

Radar

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Tailhook Chief Captain

17" CRT Philips Hack

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Tailhook Chief Captain

tomthetank wrote:

alohajoe wrote:

hp pavilion mx703 for me. I have no idea what size.
What kinda upgrading ya doin TTT?

Well I going to go duel core CPU and twin GFX,but will hang on a bit for the specs for Vista and Fsx(whatever they say I need,I will double it 😉 )

Sorry, I have to go Off Topic! in the OT Forum for a moment.

'...dual core CPU' - would that be an AMD system? Just wanna get my thinking straight here. I think Intel use a similar technology but use two CPUs instead. ___? 🤔

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

17" Dell CRT, but I am thinking of a 19" flat panel. 😳

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Tailhook wrote:

17" CRT Philips Hack

If its not AMD its nothing...Thats what a friend states and fight for.

Personally im an AMD fan but i respect Intel Brand. 😉

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jarred_01 Captain

RadarMan wrote:

22" Mitsubishi Diamontron CRT. Flat screen.

Radar

Drool Drool Drool

RM, can you see the whole screen at any one time? 😂
As for me, a Compaq 17".

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RadarMan Chief Captain

jarred_01 wrote:

RadarMan wrote:

22" Mitsubishi Diamontron CRT. Flat screen.

Radar

Drool Drool Drool

RM, can you see the whole screen at any one time? 😂
As for me, a Compaq 17".

😁 To be honest I would like a bigger one, they look great. My next (I hope) will be a 21" or 24" LCD flat panel but good ones without "ghosting" are expensive.

Radar

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jarred_01 Captain

Lol RM, when you mean a monitor without ghosting, is that when it has a fast enough refresh time so the picture displayed before disapears before you can notice?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Right on, but here's a little information to those who want it (copy and paste).
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Higher refresh rates will reduce the chances of pixels giving a ghosting effect which can occur when changing quickly from light to dark states.
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Ghosting - A condition where segments which are in the "off" condition become slightly visible.

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Also, fast-moving images would “ghost” or create distracting trailing artifacts due to the lower refresh rates of LCD technology.

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Response time is measured in milliseconds (ms) and refers to how long it takes pixels to turn from completely white to black and back again. Smaller values represent a faster response time and are more desirable, especially if you will be gaming or viewing video. If the response time is slow, “ghosting” or “trailing” can occur with fast-moving images, where repaints of the screen overlap. A maximum response time should be no more than 25ms for general use, and 17ms is better. Many gamers report no ghosting using LCD monitors with a response time of 16ms or less.

Radar

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hms_endeavour Chief Captain

21'' Medion lcd
integrated loudpreakers

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jarred_01 Captain

Thanks for the info RM. 👍 Good luck with finding your 21" or 24" LCD! 😂

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alohajoe First Officer

RM can u post a screenie of your monitor? ❓

TTT said,

duel core CPU and twin GFX

😳 How much $$$$ will that cost u?

My monitor and joystick in the right lower corner.

If anyones curious, that sticky note on the side of the monitor is what transition altitude means.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

See the larger view also.
I paid $650 new from Gateway.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004Y74V/102-4917467-4558526?v=glance&n=172282

Radar

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Sam (SamIntel) Captain

I have a 19'' flat panel from Dell. It's great! 😀

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