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Gameman u intend to watch hd boobs on that huge monitor? 21inch monitor is good to go mate
On a BRAVIA!!!!!!!!!!!!??????????????? You gotta be kidding,,,,,I connect my pc to 32inch sony bravia tv it looks blurry u should buy tv and monitor seperately
Well nice to know ya
So you might know the display I'm talking about here....
Oh yeah i know about the one you are talking about. its right beside all the cases.
Like I said I wouldn't risk getting a daytek. The sony trinitron crts were awesome back in the day, we have one at home. Sony was one of the best back in the crt days.Huge Daytek/Vision Quest LCD - 1080i/p across from their graphics cards counter on a display shelf.... AND A BIG ****ING WINDOWS XP DESKTOP ON IT MOST OF THE TIME......
That's what Daddy's after here.............
The Trinitron 32 already looks stunning....I just want PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!
Daytek on the other hand has a half decent picture given its price. (its not up to the quality of the major brands but its not aweful). The only problem is short life expectancy and really high failure/malfunction rate.
thats because you are running in a non native resolution on the low end sony's have crappy scalers, they are blurry when not running in native resolution. So you have to run in native resolution of 1366 x 768. There should be pc mode on the monitor somewhere, where you run in per pixel native mode.I connect my pc to 32inch sony bravia tv it looks blurry u should buy tv and monitor seperately
Well, that all may be true to you, and I can definitely see how one could be disappointed with the Crysis games, but I had a different opinion of them.Well for me, I found the games a major disappointment. Same with FEAR 2. All the hype was for nothing IMO, since none of those games bring anything really innovating.
Sure in Crysis, using depth components of a framebuffer image to calculate ambience occlusion entirely on the GPU sounds neat, but the concept of ambience occlusion itself is quite old. So also, nothing really innovating on the technical sense either.
I dunno, had to go do my laps in the pool....I'm back now...You don't like my idea in post 165 Gameman?
Well I'm not sure what that one actually is on St. James street at CBIT.... Will have a closer inspection tomorrow as my friend is taking me their to look at TV Monitors ....and to Best Buy..... Hopefully folks by the end of tomorow I will have a better idea as to whether I should really stick to this dream that all of you seem to be negating, or switch to a Genuine PC monitor and have IT do double duty instead as a TV....like the 28 inch i-inc I mentioned yesterday......Oh yeah i know about the one you are talking about. its right beside all the cases.
Like I said I wouldn't risk getting a daytek. The sony trinitron crts were awesome back in the day, we have one at home. Sony was one of the best back in the crt days.
This is gonna sound completely off the wall, but I was actually thinking of getting the 28 LCD Pc Monitor AN D the 42 inch LCD HDTV by the end of the year....From what I can see if you follow my advice earlier you can have both and switch as you desire depending on what you are doing!
Well the store covers it for a year and they've always been good to me (regarding repairs and stuff - I just let the Ram thing Go)...Dude, if your getting a tv, stick with name brand. better tech support