Well I may not have that luxury - I may have to take what I can get and use the warrantee (iff at all) to it's fullest...You know it doesn't always happen to everyone though. There definitely are people out there who have the tvs last a number of years. But do you really wanna take that risk?
HA!!!!! I think that qualifies as another "pro"......Just think, you can wnak to hi def pr0n on that 42'
See? This is stupid. Just get a smaller monitor and sit closer, it's the same damn difference.
All good and valid points!I agree completely! I think Gameman is just thinking that a bigger screen means a more enjoyable experience when really it doesn't.. there's not much point in using a TV as a monitor %100 of the time, a TV is a TV it's meant for Television and Video you arn't really meant to play games on it and if you do you end up being so much farther away from the screen you arn't getting the same level of detail and interaction you would sitting at a desk on a 18-24 inch LCD, It's very hard to alt-tab threw things and read webpages from 10 feet away and if you jack the font size up it tends to look like **** and there really is no ****ing difference , just because it's bigger doesn't mean it's better or looks any different to your eyes, you may have a bigger screen but it just means your eyes have to focus on different parts of the screen instead of the full thing and you are going to end up having to get closer to the screen to read smal print and detailed information..
I think it's a waste of money but that's just me I agree with Spyhop , what's the point? there's no difference in actuality..
I doubt it. Screens with resolutions over 1920x1200 exist, but they're extremely uncommon.that's what I essentially was saying spyhop!
But I am sure i have sen bigger screens then mine with higher res the 1920x1200
If it was blurry at 1280x720, I don't think 1366x768 will be much better. Remember, this a rear projection screen, and a CRT type one at that, and I'll be the first to admit I don't know much about them, but I know they don't seem to work the same way as native HD displays do. It doesn't appear to have a real native resolution, and everything I've found about it's specifications lists nothing for a native resolution. It just highlights that it'll do 720p, 1080i, and upconvert all sources to 1080i (and yes, this is often in it's description or features part, not specifications part, which makes it just seem like the usual marketing stuff). I tried 720p via component from my PC, and it looked only barely better than S-Video. That same component connection from broadcasting in HD, however, looks pretty good (though probably not as good as a true native HD display would show 720p/1080i).Almost every 1080i TV I've ever seen aren't 1080 native. They're 1366x768. (some are even 1024x768....bleh) They only say they accept 1080i video for marketting purposes.
Change your resolution to 1360x768 and try again.
Personally, I love the game. Just because it's hard on performance and people use it as a benchmark, or just because it may not be the best optimized game, doesn't mean it isn't a game. I don't use it for benchmarks, at all. I use it to play it, and personally, I've loved both of the games. I'm awaiting the next two.Crysis doesn't count as a game Shadow, its only used for e-penis stroking contests.
Most 1080p HDTV's resolution is 1920 x 1080.I doubt it. Screens with resolutions over 1920x1200 exist, but they're extremely uncommon.
Common widescreen resolutions for monitors:
Common widescreen resolutions for HDTVs - also monitors for all intents and purposes.
720P/1080i TVs which can include the following native resolutions:
I was under the impression that that was the highest resolution for an HD3650 as wellI'm also finding it hard to believe that that Radeon HD3650 is able to output a resolution of 2880x2660. That card can't do higher than 2560x1600.